The crosscutting impact of the AOSD Brazilian research community

Vander Ramos Alves; KULESZA, UIRÁ; SOARES, SÉRGIO; CHAVEZ, CHRISTINA; CASTOR, FERNANDO; BORBA, Paulo; LUCENA, C. J. P. LUCENA, CARLOS MASIERO, PAULO SANT' ANNA, Claudio; ALVES, Vander; FERRARI, Fabiano; COELHO, Roberta; FIGUEIREDO, Eduardo PIRES; PAULO F. DELICATO; FLÁVIA PIVETA; Eduardo SILVA; CARLA CAMARGO; VALTER BRAGA; ROSANA LEITE; JULIO LEMOS; OTÁVIO MENDONÇA; NABOR BATISTA; Thais BONIFÁCIO; RODRIGO CACHO; Nélio SILVA; LYRENE von Staa; Arndt SILVEIRA; FÁBIO VALENTE; MARCO TÚLIO ALENCAR; FERNANDA CASTRO; Jaelson RAMOS; RICARDO PENTEADO; ROSANGELA RUBIRA, CECÍLIA
Software Engineering in Brazil: Retrospective and Prospective Views
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Abstract

Aspect-Oriented Software Development (AOSD) is a paradigm that promotes advanced separation of concerns and modularity throughout the software development lifecycle, with a distinctive emphasis on modular structures that cut across traditional abstraction boundaries. In the last 15 years, research on AOSD has boosted around the world. The AOSD-BR research community (AOSD-BR stands for AOSD in Brazil) emerged in the last decade, and has provided different contributions in a variety of topics. However, despite some evidence in terms of the number and quality of its outcomes, there is no organized characterization of the AOSD-BR community that positions it against the international AOSD Research community and the Software Engineering Research community in Brazil.

BibTex references

@article{kulesza2013crosscutting,
  title={The crosscutting impact of the AOSD Brazilian research community},
  author={Kulesza, Uir{\'a} and Soares, S{\'e}rgio and Chavez, Christina and Castor, Fernando and Borba, Paulo and Lucena, Carlos and Masiero, Paulo and Sant’Anna, Claudio and Ferrari, Fabiano and Alves, Vander and others},
  journal={Journal of Systems and Software},
  volume={86},
  number={4},
  pages={905--933},
  year={2013},
  publisher={Elsevier}
}

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