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TOWARD IDENTIFYING THE IMPACT OF COTS EVOLUTION ON INTEGRATED SYSTEMS

@inproceedings{Davis2000TOWARDIT,
  title={TOWARD IDENTIFYING THE IMPACT OF COTS EVOLUTION ON INTEGRATED SYSTEMS},
  author={L. Davis and J. Payton and R. Gamble},
  year={2000}
}
This research is sponsored in part by AFOSR (F49620-98-1-0217).1. INTRODUCTIONEvolution is inevitable when dealing withcurrent software systems. Often it stems fromuser requests, developer needs, advancements intechnology, and component upgrades. COTSproducts are especially susceptible to evolution,including radical changes, due to the need toattain and keep a broad customer base.Sometimes this evolution is embraced ascustomers see added functionality orperformance in the upgraded product… Expand
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