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Contents  
  • Identification
  • Institution
  • Observations
  • Funding
  • Keywords
  • Period
  • Identification

    REBOOT - Reuse Based on Object Oriented Techniques

    Institution

    BULL (France)
    Ericsson Software Technology (Sweden)
    IMAG France
    NTNU - Norges Teknisk-naturvitenskapelige Universiteit, Trondheim - Norway
    Q-Labs Sweden
    SEMA GROUP SAE Spain
    Siemens AG
    SINTEF Norway
    TXT Italy

    Observations

    Software reuse is emerging as a more productive and effective alternative to the conventional software development process. Instead of analysing input requirements from scratch each time a software product is developed, the reuse-oriented process builds new products from an existing repository of available software assets. This not only allows a shorter time-to-market, but also contributes to improved quality, standardisation, and reduced maintenance in software production.

    The REBOOT methodology helps organisations introduce software reuse into their software development process in a planned and non-intrusive way. It is based on a holistic approach, addressing all levels of an organisation, including managers, project managers, developers and designers, by means of modular consultancy services and training courses, supported by a Methodology Handbook and a Software Environment.

    Funding

    ESPRIT - Project No. 7808

    Keywords

    Methodology
    Reusability

    Period

    Begin: July/1993
    End: November/1994

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