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Bubbles: a data management approach to create an advanced industrial interoperability layer for critical systems development applying reuse techniques

  title={Bubbles: a data management approach to create an advanced industrial interoperability layer for critical systems development applying reuse techniques},
  author={Aleksander Lodwich and Jose Mar{\'i}a {\'A}lvarez Rodr{\'i}guez},
The development of critical systems is becoming more and more complex. The overall tendency is that development costs raise. In order to cut cost of development, companies are forced to build systems from proven components and larger new systems from smaller older ones. Respective reuse activities involve good number of people, tools and processes along different stages of the development lifecycle which involve large numbers of tools. Some development is directly planned for reuse. Planned… 
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