Use Cases and Aspects—Working Seamlessly Together

By: Ivar Jacobson


Aspect oriented programming (AOP) is “the missing link” to allow you slice a system, use case by use case, over “all” lifecycle models. This will dramatically change the way complex systems are understood, how new features are added to systems, and how systems are implemented and tested. AOP will also add a new dimension of reuse to software development. And it is here to be harvested—now.

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Ivar Jacobson, “Use Cases and Aspects—Working Seamlessly Together”, Journal of Object Technology, Volume 2, no. 4 (July 2003), pp. 7-28, doi:10.5381/jot.2003.2.4.c1.

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