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AbstractManaging embedded system complexity and scalability is one of the most important problems in software development. To better address this problem, it is very recommended to have an abstraction level high enough to model such systems. Architectural description languages (ADLs) intend to model complex systems and manage their structure at a high abstraction level. Traditional ADLs do not normally provide appropriate formalisms to separate any kind of crosscutting concerns. This frequentlydoi:10.2478/s13537-013-0105-1 fatcat:yhgjujujbjhlhkpkrxlgrqmfaa