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Panel: Systematic Software Reuse - Objects and Frameworks are not Enough
The goal of this paper is to illuminate how to moreeffectively use OT to support systematic software reuse.
Examples of reusability in an object-oriented programming environment
- M. Griss, W. Kozaczynski, A. Wasserman, C. Jette, Robert Troy
- Computer ScienceProceedings of 3rd International Conference on…
- 1 November 1994
The authors explore object-oriented reuse from several perspectives, covering process, methods, technology, architecture, tools, patterns, frameworks and experience. The theme is: objects are neither…
Heuristic control of design-directed program transformations
- C. Jette
- Computer ScienceInternational Workshop on Managing Requirements…
- 30 December 1899
A class of semantic source-to-source program transformations called design-directed program transformations (DDPT) for use in a transformational implementation (TI) approach to programming is described.
Systematic software reuse (panel): objects and frameworks are not enough
The panelists will describe their experience with OO reuse and their views on the issues as well as suggest ways in which the technology and people involved in reuse should be more engaged.