This article reviews the basic principles of UML sequence diagram (Unified Modeling Language) to model dynamic behavior of software and describes the steps needed to achieve an aspectoriented modeling using this tool. This with the object of reaching greater autonomy and cleaning during the modeling and implementation of the main tasks of a software application. For these purposes, the object-oriented software development methodology (OOSD) is described remarking the importance of UML for the modeling of structures and behavior of object-oriented software applications. Furthermore, the main characteristics of the aspect-oriented software development methodology (AOSD) are mentioned, considering AOSD as an extension of OOSD. This makes it necessary for reviewing and adapting UML for the support of aspect-oriented modeling. In this context, a classic case study of the AOSD method is modeled.
|Translated title of the contribution||Extension of UML sequence diagrams (unified modeling language) to aspect-oriented modeling|
|Number of pages||12|
|State||Published - 1 Dec 2012|