Finding reusable UML sequence diagrams automatically

@article{Robinson2004FindingRU,
  title={Finding reusable UML sequence diagrams automatically},
  author={William N. Robinson and Han G. Woo},
  journal={IEEE Software},
  year={2004},
  volume={21},
  pages={60-67}
}
In general, software reuse is defined as "the process of creating software systems from existing software". Software reuse does more than improve productivity in software development; it also increases the quality of the resulting software systems because it uses validated artifacts. However, requirements reuse lacks tool support. Techniques for retrieving, adapting, and consolidating reusable requirements have received relatively little attention in comparison with all the work on software… CONTINUE READING
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