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Proceedings of the 13th workshop on Aspect-oriented modeling - AOM '09
Security plays a predominant role in software engineering. Nowadays, security solutions are generally added to existing software either as an afterthought, or manually injected into software applications. However, given the complexity and pervasiveness of today's software systems, the current practices might not be completely satisfactory. In most cases, security features remain scattered and tangled throughout the entire software, resulting in complex applications that are hard to understanddoi:10.1145/1509297.1509300 fatcat:hvl7kjm2pjgbrpbjll5wbbqj4y