Solving Domain Problems with Aspects

In this seminar, we will cover the following:
The basic set of object oriented patterns upon which Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP) is founded
; Thinking about aspects without being tied up with AOP terminology as a transitioning technique to moving to AOP; 
Examples of real world domain problems where aspects were used to solve the problems
. From these examples, patterns are extracted which can be used as targets for AOP solutions
. If code examples are needed, Java and the Spring Framework will be used, but the patterns and material covered will be applicable in other languages and frameworks.