Project-Level Reuse Factors: Drivers for Variation within Software Development Environments

  title={Project-Level Reuse Factors: Drivers for Variation within Software Development Environments},
  author={Marcus A. Rothenberger},
  journal={Decision Sciences},
Systematic reuse can dramatically improve software development productivity and quality even though a software reuse methodology may require substantial investments. Some projects may fail to achieve the targeted amounts of reuse within organizations that are overall successful in employing reuse. To explain such variation, this research explores the effects of project-level factors in the success of software reuse. A model that relates project factors to project reuse success is developed… CONTINUE READING
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