Applying the Domain Theory to Design for Reuse

@inproceedings{Sutcliffe2001ApplyingTD,
  title={Applying the Domain Theory to Design for Reuse},
  author={A. Sutcliffe and George Papamargaritis},
  year={2001}
}
A theoretical framework of domain knowledge is proposed, consisting of classes of generalized object collaboration models and generic tasks that describe patterns of human activity. The reusable library of generic models is applied to analysis and design for reuse of generalized componentbased frameworks by reusing the models as templates, with associated design knowledge in the form of attached design rationale. A design by reuse method is described for identifying at the analysis stage… CONTINUE READING
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