Giancarlo Savoia

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Computer controlled systems are used in many application fields, with different levels of criticality requirements. A common characteristic of such systems is the increasing complexity in internal structure (redundancy, layering of functionality) and operational issues (performance constraints, criticality of the controlled applications, etc.). The(More)
  • Cap Gemini, Ist, +6 authors O S Bragstadsplass
  • 1998
The RENAISSANCE project is partially funded by the European Commission under the Framework Initiative (ESPRIT 22010). The objective of the project is to develop a systematic method to support the re-engineering of legacy systems. Further information about the project is available on the WorldWide Web at URL: Executive Summary This report is aimed at(More)
  • Cap Gemini, Ist, +6 authors O S Bragstadsplass
  • 1997
The RENAISSANCE project is partially funded by the European Commission under the Framework Initiative (ESPRIT 22010). The objective of the project is to develop a systematic method to support the re-engineering of legacy systems. Further information about the project is available on the WorldWide Web at URL: The RENAISSANCE method aims at supporting the(More)
  • Cap Gemini, Ism, +6 authors O S Bragstadsplass
  • 1998
ion over the platform dependent services. This is a step towards evolutionary applications. Encapsulating Legacy Code LEGACY OPERATING SYSTEM APPLICATION OBJECTS DISTRIBUTED OPERATING SYSTEM SERVICES OBJECT TO MANAGE LEGACY OPERATING SYSTEM CALLS Figure 36: Removing Dependencies on Legacy Code Legacy code encapsulation is, in principle, a powerful technique(More)
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