Editorial: Special Issue on SPLAT2008

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Ernst, E. and Bergmans, L.M.J. and Gybels, K. (2008) Editorial: Special Issue on SPLAT2008. Journal of Object Technology, 7 (9). ISSN 1660-1769

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Abstract:SPLAT is a series of workshops held at the AOSD conference; SPLAT stands for "Software engineering Properties of Languages and Aspect Technologies". Software engineering properties, also referred to as quality or non-functional requirements, or 'ilities', describe the various characteristics of software beyond mere functionality.
Aspect technologies aim also particularly at the improvement of software engineering properties, especially the above mentioned modularity, comprehensibility and evolvability. As (aspect) languages are being pushed to meet their boundaries and limitations, the trade-offs in language design become increasingly difficult to make. In particular, a trade-off may be perfectly sensible in one application context, but much less so in another.
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Official URL:http://www.jot.fm/issues/issue_2008_12/editorial
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