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The Distributed Object Computation Testbed (DOCT) Project is a collaboration led by the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) and funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). The DOCT project was initiated with the objective of creating a testbed system for handling complex documents on(More)
1 Background Software reuse is a simple idea: reduce the cost of software development by developing less new software. In practice, however, achieving software reuse on a large scale has been frustratingly difficult. Nevertheless, as the complexity and cost of software systems continues to rise, there has been growing interest in really trying to make(More)
After considerable analysis of the many problems associated with software reuse, and a critical review of the benefits to be gained, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Advanced Automation System (AAS) decided to proceed with a strong, unified reuse effort across the project. In June 1989 a Reuse Working Group (RWG) was formed. This group defined(More)
The Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) Advanced Automation System (AAS) is the largest of the FAA's projects to upgrade the nation's Air Traffic Control (ATC) system. The massive software development undertaking is being performed in accordance with DoD-STD-2167 by IBM (the prime contractor), Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC), and a variety of other(More)
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