Reuse: where to begin and why

@inproceedings{Holibaugh1989ReuseWT,
  title={Reuse: where to begin and why},
  author={Robert Holibaugh and Stephen Cohen and Keebom Kang and Shannon H Peterson},
  booktitle={TRI-Ada '89},
  year={1989}
}
The Software Engineering Institute (SEI) is interested in identifying the costs and benefits of software reuse to the mission critical computer resource (MCCR) community. In fulfilling this role, we were faced with the need to investigate reuse without making a large investment. This paper examines where to start a reuse activity by describing our initial view of reuse, our decisions on where to begin, what lessons we learned, and finally, our current view. The reuse life cycle described in our… CONTINUE READING

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