Reuse of software process and product through knowledge-based adaptation

@article{Davis1994ReuseOS,
  title={Reuse of software process and product through knowledge-based adaptation},
  author={Margaret J. Davis and Harold G. Hawley},
  journal={Proceedings of 1994 3rd International Conference on Software Reuse},
  year={1994},
  pages={44-52}
}
  • Margaret J. Davis, H. Hawley
  • Published 1 November 1994
  • Computer Science
  • Proceedings of 1994 3rd International Conference on Software Reuse
This paper describes the reuse capability that Boeing has developed as one of the prime contractors on the U.S. Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) Software Technology for Adaptable, Reliable Systems (STARS) program. The capability uses object-oriented and knowledge-based technology to support asset management and utilization and is being used on a joint U.S. Navy/Boeing demonstration project for a flight instrument training system. The capability provides for retrieval and adaptation of… 

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