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Revista Ingenierías Universidad de Medellín

versão impressa ISSN 1692-3324versão On-line ISSN 2248-4094


ZAPATA JARAMILLO, Carlos Mario; GONZALEZ CALDERON, Guillermo  e  OROZCO, Gabriel Eduardo. Representing candidate aspects by means of pre-conceptual schemes. Rev. ing. univ. Medellín [online]. 2010, vol.9, n.16, pp.123-131. ISSN 1692-3324.

Aspects have been gradually consolidating as a new software development paradigm. Although aspects are already common in programming, as aspect-oriented languages have shown, aspect evolution is currently going to the first phases of software development lifecycle. Some work has been devoted to natural-language-based aspect identification. However, translation from natural language to conceptual schemas still has problems. For this reason, we present, in this paper, a proposal for representing aspects in the so-called pre-conceptual schemes (PS), which are previous diagrams to conceptual scheme generation. PS representation is, then, translated into class and sequence diagram, two of the most representative UML diagrams. The overall environment is, finally, exemplified by means of a case study

Palavras-chave : aspects; software development lifecycle; representation; pre-conceptual schemas; UML class and sequence diagrams.

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