Software Engineering with Reusable Components
by Johannes Sametinger
Publisher: Springer 2001
Number of pages: 285
The book provides the reader with a clear understanding of what software reuse is, where the problems are, what benefits to expect, the activities, and different forms of software reuse. The reader is also given an overview of what software components are, different kinds of components and compositions, a taxonomy thereof, and examples of successful component reuse. An introduction to software engineering and software process models is also provided. Consequences and influences of systematic reuse of software components are depicted, and activities like domain engineering, component engineering and application engineering are described.
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