Aspect-oriented (AO) programming is a direct outgrowth of object-oriented programming research done at Xerox PARC (Palo Alto Research Center) from 1972 until the mid-1980s. The purpose of, and need for, AO is to address the crosscutting concerns and information structuring issues that occur in many medium, and all large, non-trivial, computer programs; the sort of problems that require what is called "comb" code: repeating lines of code that are almost identical, but have some small difference in each line.
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Project of some software engineering people interested in AOP and Java. Goal: facilitate and standardize AOP use to enhance extant environments for middleware (e.g., J2EE), or development (e.g., Eclipse, JBuilder). License: public domain.
Aspect-Oriented Software Development
Organisers of a conference about Aspect-oriented Development
Modular, orthogonal, aspect-oriented filters which are attached to classes and intercept messages.
Wikipedia: Aspect-Oriented Programming
Encyclopedia article, with links to many related topics.
Work on AOP, components and reflection
Includes bibliography of aspect-oriented publications, sorted by year and by author.
Aspect-Oriented Modeling Workshop
Professor Omar Aldawud's page on AOM event which assembled researchers and practitioners from two communities, aspect-oriented software development (AOSD), and software model engineering; 11-15 October 2004; Lisbon, Portugal. (October 11, 2004)
MIT Technology Review and Aspect-Oriented and Adaptive Programming
Cites AOP as one of top 10 innovations, predicts that the power of aspect-orientation to separate previously hard-to-disentangle concerns will make it a big success. (January 01, 2001)
Paper on the integration of work on aspect-oriented programming, software architecture and component-based software development. (March 01, 1999)
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