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The papers presented in this book reflects the substantial research efforts taking place at SEI focusing on the development, deployment, and evolution of component-based software systems. The book explores many issues critical to component-based software engineering. It provides you with a foundation to better understand, apply, and improve your approach to software development. This SEI work identifies the primary considerations in moving from a traditional development approach to a component-based approach: evaluating software components, assembling components within an appropriate software architecture, and introducing and evolving a component-based system.
Preface: Foundations for Component-Based Software Engineering.
PART I. INTRODUCTION.
From Subroutines to Subsystems: Component-Based Software Development (P.C. Clements).
Engineering of Component-Based Systems (A.W. Brown and K.C. Wallnau).
PART II. SOFTWARE EVALUATION.
Predicting Software Quality by Architecture-Level Evaluation (P. Clements, et al.).
A Framework for Systematic Evaluation of Software technologies (A.W. Brown and K.C. Wallnau).
Assessing the Quality of Large, Software-Intensive Systems: A Case Study (A.W. Brown, et al.).
PART III. SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURE.
Software Architecture: An Executive Overview (P.C. Clements and L.N. Northrop).
Toward a Distributed, Mediated Architecture for Workflow Management (K. Wallnau, et al.).
A Situated Evaluation of the Object Management Group's (OMG) Object Management Architecture (OMA) (E. Wallace and K.C. Wallnau).
The Gadfly: An Approach to Architectural-Level System Comprehension (P. Clements, et al.).
PART IV. SOFTWARE UNDERSTANDING AND EVOLUTION.
Reengineering: An Engineering Problem (P.H. Feiler).
Coming Attractions in Program Understanding (S. Tilley and D. Smith).
Discovering a System Modernization Decision Framework: A Case Study in Migrating to Distributed Object Technology (E. Wallace, et al.).
Evolving Dependable Real Time Systems (L.Sha, et al.).
Modernization of Software Maintenance Practices Using Computer-Aided Sub-Processes (CASPs) (A.W.Brown).