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Aspect-Oriented Database Systems
Persistence -the storage and retrieval of application data from secondary storage media -is often used as a classical example of a crosscutting concern. It is widely assumed that an application can be developed without taking persistence requirements into consideration and a persistence aspect plugged in at a later stage. However, there are no real world examples showing whether persistence can in fact be aspectised and, if so, can this be done in a manner that promotes reuse and is oblivious tdoi:10.1007/978-3-662-05851-0_6 fatcat:esbynmxypjh7fj5dsbv7mwoquy