Producing reusable object-oriented components: a domain-and-organization-specific perspective

  title={Producing reusable object-oriented components: a domain-and-organization-specific perspective},
  author={Margaretha W. Price and Donald M. Needham and Steven A. Demurjian},
Developing reusable object-oriented software requires a designer to determine how to structure a software system so as to achieve the necessary functionality, while at the same time increasing the reuse potential of the software. We introduce a set of reusability metrics intended to be iteratively applied during the design and implementation parts of the software life-cycle to help guide the production and identification of reusable components. Component identification centers on the… CONTINUE READING

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