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Quite simply, a concern is a particular concept or area of interest. For example, a system that handles payment processing has many concerns, including auditing, authentication, authorization, logging, persistence, and so on even the business logic of payment processing. Typically the goal in designing such a system is to separate each concern as much as possible to achieve a cleaner, more modularized architecture. But all too often, over time, different concerns become heavily interwoven with the original ones. Logging code is sprinkled throughout the entire code base, auditing and profiling code are interleaved throughout CPU-intense operations, authentication and authorization code wraps any sensitive functionality, and in some situations GUI code can even become peppered with critical business logic. These are certainly not ideal situations, but they are extremely common and can be very difficult to avoid. Wouldn t it be nice if these crosscutting concerns could be modularized Think of the time you d save if you didn t have to dig and dig through a bunch of ancillary concerns to locate a specific piece of functionality. Instead, consider a situation in which you are tasked with adding some profiling code to a system and you know exactly where to add that code. Such dramatic modularization was difficult or impossible to achieve before the invention of AOP. AOP not only identifies crosscutting concerns but also creates a whole new vocabulary for dealing with them. Let s dig in to AOP by defining some major concepts and discussing terminology.
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The techniques used to convert polymer granules to nal products are well established, and the main inputs are electricity, thermal fuels, and cooling water. Table 3.3 gives values of these parameters for a selection of processes. At the conversion stage various additives and llers are usually incorporated into the product. In Table 3.3 these are included in the column headed resin. The data of Table 3.3 cannot be regarded as de nitive because of the nature of the conversion industry. In particular, note should be taken of the following points: 1. Unlike polymer production, the conversion industry is fragmented and ranges from large modern plants, continuously producing a single product such as sheet or PET bottles, to small jobbing molders that produce short runs of many different products, usually by injection molding. For these small molders, the frequent stopping, starting, and mold changes on machines that are not always tailored to the job in hand means that they are usually less energy ef cient than the large-volume producers who use machines speci cally matched to their purpose. 2. Materials losses are typically 1 2% and mainly arise from contaminated waste generated during startup, maintenance, and machine purging. For injection molding there is also a loss arising from the removal of ashing and sprues; such waste can only sometimes be recycled back into the process. 3. Few operators monitor separately the energy consumption of the machines and the energy used in space heating and lighting. Consequently, the data of Table 3.3 refer to plant performance rather than machine performance.
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