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2006 First International Workshop on Requirements Engineering Visualization (REV'06 - RE'06 Workshop)
The benefits of aspects and aspect-oriented modelling are beginning to be recognized for requirements engineering activities. However, once aspects have been identified, the behaviour, structure, and pointcut expressions of aspects need to be modeled unobtrusively at the requirements level, allowing the engineer to seamlessly focus either on the behaviour and structure of the system without aspects or on the combined behaviour and structure. Furthermore, the modeling techniques for aspectsdoi:10.1109/rev.2006.9 fatcat:p3s7tq4v6bc3dgrhwkkhwkr2ua