Modeling Interdependent Concern Behavior Using Extended Activity Models

By: Mark Strembeck, Uwe Zdun


Software engineering considers many assets relevant for developing a software system, ranging from requirements to source code. In this context, a concern is a particular goal, concept, or area of interest that needs to be considered throughout a number of these assets. Even though the concerns in a software system usually have many interdependencies among each other, specifying the interdependent behavior of concerns is not a focus of today's (concern) modeling approaches.

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Mark Strembeck, Uwe Zdun, “Modeling Interdependent Concern Behavior Using Extended Activity Models”, Journal of Object Technology, Volume 7, no. 6 (July 2008), pp. 143-166, doi:10.5381/jot.2008.7.6.a5.

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