Transactions on Aspect-Oriented Software Development I. Reddy, Y., R.; Ghosh, S.; France, R., B.; Straw, G.; Bieman, J., M.; McEachen, N.; Song, E.; and Georg, G. Transactions on Aspect-Oriented Software Development I, pages 75-105. Springer-Verlag, 10, 2006.
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An aspect-oriented design model consists of a set of aspect models and a primary model. Each aspect model describes a feature that crosscuts elements in the primary model. Aspect and primary models are composed to obtain an integrated design view. In this paper we describe a composition approach that utilizes a merging algorithm and composition directives. Composition directives are used when the default merging algorithm is known or expected to yield incorrect models. Our prototype tool supports default class diagram composition.
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