Software Reuse: Third International Conference on Advances in Software Reusability

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Software engineering is undergoing a fundamental change. The new paradigm - systematic reuse - shifts from viewing software engineering as a discipline concerned with the construction of single systems to viewing it as concerned primarily with constructing related systems that share common parts and vary in certain regular and identifiable ways. This volume contains some of the latest and best research by many noteworthy authors in this field, including a keynote address by Jim Neighbors titled, An Assessment of ...
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Overview

Software engineering is undergoing a fundamental change. The new paradigm - systematic reuse - shifts from viewing software engineering as a discipline concerned with the construction of single systems to viewing it as concerned primarily with constructing related systems that share common parts and vary in certain regular and identifiable ways. This volume contains some of the latest and best research by many noteworthy authors in this field, including a keynote address by Jim Neighbors titled, An Assessment of Reuse Technology After Ten Years.
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Proceedings of the November 1994 conference, presenting the keynote address, papers, and panels reflecting the paradigm shift in software engineering toward systematic reuse. Topics covered include reuse tools and retrieval methods, industry reuse experiences, reuse environments and support tools, implementation challenges, domain models, reuse in Asia, object-oriented reuse, and the conflict in software architecture and reuse. Includes subject and author indexes. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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  • ISBN-13: 9780818666322
  • Publisher: IEEE Computer Society Press
  • Publication date: 11/28/1994
  • Pages: 235

Table of Contents

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Introduction: Systematic Software Reuse: A Paradigm Shift 2
Introduction: Program Overview 4
Keynote Address: "An Assessment of Reuse Technology After Ten Years" 6
Maximizing Reuse During Reengineering 16
Automatic Indexing of Software Artifacts 24
Learning the Semantic Similarity of Reusable Software Components 33
Reuse of Software Process and Product Through Knowledge-Based Adaptation 44
Practical Software Reuse: An Interim Report 53
A Reuse-Driven Approach for Rapid Telephone Service Creation 64
A Prototype Domain Modeling Environment for Reusable Software Architectures 74
An Architecture-Driven, Business-Specific, and Component-Based Approach to Software Engineering 84
Draco-PUC: A Technology Assembly for Domain Oriented Software Development 94
The Library Scaling Problem and the Limits of Concrete Component Reuse 102
Reducing Business and Legal Risks in Software Reuse Libraries 110
The Use of Encryption to Ensure the Integrity of Reusable Software Components 118
Measuring Software Reusability 126
Reuse Level Metrics 139
On Tight Performance Specification of Object-Oriented Software Components 149
Creating Domain Specific Libraries: A Methodology and Design Guidelines 158
Domain Modeling for Reuse 169
The Design of Object-Oriented Software with Domain Architecture Reuse 178
Is 'Technology' a Second Order Term in Reuse's Success Equation? 190
Reuse So Far: Phasing in a Revolution 191
Reuse State-of-the-Art and State-of-the-Practice Report Card 193
Reuse in Asia 195
Triadic Domain Model-Based Development of Software Systems 196
Flage: Field-Oriented Language for Agents Model 198
Panel Position Paper 200
Debate on Software Reuse Libraries 202
Debate on Software Reuse Libraries 203
Beyond a Software Library: Building an Organon 205
Distributed Network of Reuse Libraries Offers the Best Approach to Successful Software Reuse 207
Object-Oriented Reuse 209
Software Architecture and Reuse - An Inherent Conflict? 214
Software Architecture and Reuse - An Inherent Conflict? 215
Architecting Kits for Reuse 216
Software Architecture and Reuse - An Inherent Conflict? 218
The Future of Systematic Software Reuse 220
Future Directions for Reuse in Europe 221
Future of Software Reuse in Korea 223
The Disappearance of Software Reuse 225
Author Index 226
Subject Index 227
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