Construction Using Components 1 Software Construction Using Components

  title={Construction Using Components 1 Software Construction Using Components},
  author={James M. Neighbors},
It is the thesis of this work that many computer software systems being built today are similar and should be built out of reusable software components. The appropriate use of software components is investigated by analogy to the classical engineering question of whether to build an object out of custom-made parts or standard parts and assemblies. The same analogy is used to explain some of the problems with previous work on reusable software. The result of reasoning with the engineering… CONTINUE READING
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