The edited proceedings of the international conference held in Dortmund in 1991, this book presents a selection of papers from recognized authorities throughout the world who report on the latest research and development in software reuse in both industry and academia. Covers domain analysis (a key methodological component in the process of developing reusable software resources); discusses the managerial and organizational issues that have to be taken into account when starting and running a reuse program; explores existing approaches to methods and ways of implementing the tools which support a reuse-based software development process; and includes surveys of formal methods and empirical frameworks for software reuse. MARKETS: For researchers, R&D personnel in software engineering and computer science industries, and for senior- and post-graduate students in software engineering and computer science. In the Ellis Horwood Workshop Series.
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