1. (computing) Describing a system which has been written so that different subsystems appear to add themselves to the main business logic without that logic having to include them explicitly.
    The advantage of our aspect-oriented email notification system is that we can change which emails it sends without editing the main program.
  • French: orienté aspect
  • Portuguese: orientado a aspectos

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