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System Optimization Technique using Crosscutting Concern (크로스커팅 개념을 이용한 시스템 최적화 기법)

  • Lee, Seunghyung;Yoo, Hyun
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.15 no.3
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    • pp.181-186
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    • 2017
  • The system optimization is a technique that changes the structure of the program in order to extract the duplicated modules without changing the source code, reuse of the extracted module. Structure-oriented development and object-oriented development are efficient at crosscutting concern modular, however can't be modular of crosscutting concept. To apply the crosscutting concept in an existing system, there is a need to a extracting technique for distributed system optimization module within the system. This paper proposes a method for extracting the redundant modules in the completed system. The proposed method extracts elements that overlap over a source code analysis to analyze the data dependency and control dependency. The extracted redundant element is used to program dependency analysis for the system optimization. Duplicated dependency analysis result is converted into a control flow graph, it is possible to produce a minimum crosscutting module. The element extracted by dependency analysis proposes a system optimization method which minimizes the duplicated code within system by setting the crosscutting concern module.

Specification of Crosscutting Concerns to Support Program Development and Maintenance (프로그램 개발 및 유지보수를 지원하는 횡단관심사 명세 기법)

  • Park, Oak-Cha;Yoo, Cheol-Jung;Jang, Ok-Bae
    • Journal of KIISE:Software and Applications
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    • v.34 no.9
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    • pp.773-784
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    • 2007
  • Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP) has focused on improving the modularity of the crosscutting concerns. The existing AOP methodology has been mainly focused on the implementation method of programs and thus developer-oriented concern extraction and development were performed. Recently, many studies for applying AOP to the entire software development processes ranging from requirement analysis to design and implementation are being conducted. But specification methods having consistency from the initial phase of concern extraction to implementation phase are not sufficient. In this paper, we have presented the specification of crosscutting concerns so as to solve these problems. The specification of crosscutting concerns provides guidelines and specification from the requirement analysis phase to the process of converting extracted crosscutting concerns to codes. This method reduces the gap to the process of mapping extracted crosscutting concerns into a single class and thus enhances program development and understandability. In addition, it raises program reusability, maintenance and extensibility by enhancing traceability.

An Aspect-Oriented Slicing Technique Tracing Crosscutting Concern (횡단관심사 추적을 위한 관점지향 슬라이싱 기법)

  • Park, Jong-Kack;Park, Ok-Cha;Yoo, Cheol-Jung
    • Journal of KIISE:Software and Applications
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    • v.35 no.12
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    • pp.741-752
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    • 2008
  • Aspect-Oriented Software Development(AOSD) is the software development methodology that classifies concerns of the system and identifies crosscutting concerns and organizes aspect class, and AOSD has emerged as an important user-oriented software development methodology with high maintainability. However, most of related studies worked on identification and specification and coding of crosscutting concerns. And there have been few studies on slicing technique for tracing method of specified crosscutting concerns. Therefore, this paper proposes slicing technique based on AOSD that identifies and specifies crosscutting concerns through interactive analysis between use cases; also, suggests slicing technique which improves traceability centering on identified crosscutting concerns; applies the aspect-oriented slicing technique to Learning Management System(LMS) for case-study. LMS is a cyber educational system that demands a lot of functional changes and expansion, so it is effective to apply AOSD with high maintainability in developing LMS; and shows the results that compared with related studies by comparing six elements.

Aspect Mining Process Design Using Abstract Syntax Tree (추상구문트리를 이용한 어스팩트 마이닝 프로세스 설계)

  • Lee, Seung-Hyung;Song, Young-Jae
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.11 no.5
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    • pp.75-83
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    • 2011
  • Aspect-oriented programming is the paradigm which extracts crosscutting concern from a system and solves scattering of a function and confusion of a code through software modularization. Existing aspect developing method has a difficult to extract a target area, so it is not easy to apply aspect mining. In an aspect minning, it is necessary a technique that convert existing program refactoring elements to crosscutting area. In the paper, it is suggested an aspect mining technique for extracting crosscutting concern in a system. Using abstract syntax structure specification, extract functional duplicated relation elements. Through Apriori algorithm, it is possible to create a duplicated syntax tree and automatic creation and optimization of a duplicated source module, target of crosscutting area. As a result of applying module of Berkeley Yacc(berbose.c) to mining process, it is confirmed that the length and volume of program has been decreased of 9.47% compared with original module, and it has been decreased of 4.92% in length and 5.11% in volume compared with CCFinder.

AST Creating and Crosscutting Concern Weaving Mechanism for Class Optimization in .NET Framework (닷넷 프레임워크에서 클래스 최적화를 위한 추상구조트리 생성 및 크로스커팅 위빙 메커니즘)

  • Lee, Seung-Hyung;Park, Je-Yeon;Song, Young-Jae
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.10 no.2
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    • pp.89-98
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    • 2010
  • The enterprise system is becoming more complex and larger. With the changes of the times, the system is developing to object-oriented programming method(OOP). However, the same code inserts to the core class repetitiously in the OOP, that causes a decrease in productivity and a trouble of application of another requirement. To solve this weak point, we propose a weaving mechanism what applies to metadata and crosscutting concern. For a class optimization and an integration between different languages, we take the following way. This paper uses three ways, those are, metadata generation using reflection, transformation to Abstract Syntax Tree, and mapping through crosscutting information specified XML. Through the proposed theory, class optimization can be accomplished by solving a functional decentralization and a confusion of codes.

An Identification and Specification Method of Crosscutting Concerns based on Goal-Scenario Modeling for Aspect-Oriented Software Development (Aspect-Oriented 소프트웨어 개발을 위한 목표-시나리오 모델링 기반의 횡단관심사 식별 및 명세화 방법)

  • Kim, Sun-Hwa;Kim, Min-Seong;Park, Soo-Yong
    • Journal of KIISE:Software and Applications
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    • v.35 no.7
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    • pp.424-430
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    • 2008
  • Identifying crosscutting concerns during requirements engineering phase is one of the most essential parts in Aspect-Oriented Software Development. Considering crosscutting concerns in the earlier phase of the development improves consistency among requirements so that it can help maintain software systems efficiently and effectively. It also provides a systematic way to manage requirements changes by supporting traceability throughout the software lifecycle. Thus, identifying tangled and scattered concerns, and encapsulating them into separate entities must be addressed from the early phase of the development. To do so, first, functional and non-functional concerns must be clearly separated. Second, a pointcut where a main concern meets crosscutting concerns should be defined and specified precisely. Third, it is required to detect conflicts being occurred during composition of crosscutting concerns from the earlier phase. Therefore, this paper proposes a systematic approach to identifying and specifying crosscutting concerns using goal-scenario based requirements analysis. And we demonstrate the applicability of the approach by applying it into the intelligent service robot system.