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Success and failure factors in software reuse

M. Morisio, M. Ezran, C. Tully
2002 IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering  
, did or did not perform domain analysis, did or did not use dedicated reuse groups, used specific tools for the repository or no tools.  ...  Key factors are derived from empirical evidence of reuse practices, as emerged from a survey of projects for the introduction of reuse in European companies: 24 such projects performed from 1994 to 1997  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This study has been possible thanks to the support and collaboration of several people.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tse.2002.995420 fatcat:cxrdedezfvdkrj6sya4aojrvci

Software engineering technology infusion within NASA

M.V. Zelkowitz
1996 IEEE transactions on engineering management  
of a new technology by an individual organization (called technology infusion), and (2) to see if software engineering technology transfer differs from other engineering disciplines.  ...  The goals of this study are: (1) to understand the difference between technology transfer (the adoption of a new method by large segments of an industry) as an industry-wide phenomenon and the adoption  ...  This research supported in part by grant NSG-5123 from NASA Goddard Space Flight Center to the University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland.  ... 
doi:10.1109/17.511836 fatcat:oeds5pgtmjg6nfg4eam75ibo3m

Candidate reuse metrics for object oriented and Ada software

S. Karunanithi, J.M. Bieman
[1993] Proceedings First International Software Metrics Symposium  
This paper presents a set of measurable reuse attributes appropriate to object oriented systems, and a suite of metrics which quantify these attributes.  ...  The measurement of levels of software reuse is necessary to monitor improvements in software reuse.  ...  Once the tool is developed we will collect reuse metrics data to begin empirical studies of reuse. Ada reuse repositories for analysis are available.  ... 
doi:10.1109/metric.1993.263794 dblp:conf/metrics/KarunanithiB93 fatcat:vuzhw4v4g5ae7muavgsoj6lj7y

Experiment Planning for Software Development: Redevelopment Experiment

James M. Perry, Kyo C. Kang, Sholom Cohen, Robert R. Holibaugh, A. Spencer Peterson
2018
The Application of Reusable Software Components Project (ARSC) formulated an experiment design, data collection plan, and procedures in preparation for a reuse experiment.  ...  The reuse experiment is currently in progress and the experiment planning and the results to date are presented.  ...  To promote them, a reuse-based software development methodology [12] was developed and tailored [13] to integrate and adapt them to the reuse redevelopment effort.  ... 
doi:10.1184/r1/6573686 fatcat:6ccjgzvlgvc27ijlv5lg45n5iq

Ada Adoption Handbook: A Program Manager's Guide

William E. Hefley, John T. Foreman, Charles B. Engle, John Goodenough
2018
Although the issues are complex, they are not all unique to ADA.  ...  The ADA Adoption Handbook provides program managers with information about how best to tap ADA's strengths and manage the transition to fully using this software technology.  ...  Reuse Ada provides features that can enhance reuse of software architectures and components. Ada has helped overcome some of the historical inhibitors to reuse.  ... 
doi:10.1184/r1/6571814 fatcat:cc7dwesjize25ooh2z23iee5ae

Urban Regeneration Strategies in Amman's Core: Urban Development and Real Estate Market

Kamila Ashour, Christoph Zöpel, Tu Dortmund, T Reicher, Mehdi Dortmund, T Vazifedoost, Dortmund
2016 unpublished
Decisions on the national level to improve the local economy are a productive way to reduce the failure of the real estate market.  ...  The Abdali trade market is linked to external players, investors and users. Abdali, a new large scale development has a high vacancy rate, requires revitalization!  ...  Adaptive reuse aims to promote rehabilitating and reusing vacant buildings especially of significant heritage value or distinct locations.  ... 
fatcat:zob4piz5kfhgvk62sfqg5to3nq

Field and laboratory investigations quantifying the factors responsible for enteric pathogen decay in biosolids amended agricultural soils

James Cass, Stephen Smith, DEFRA EPSRC
2010
The inactivation of enteric pathogens in soil is a critical component of the multibarrier approach to protect human health when biosolids are applied to agricultural land as a fertiliser.  ...  To test this hypothesis, and to provide long-term decay information on a variety of enteric pathogens, a series of field experiments was established on two soils of contrasting organic matter and fertility  ...  Habteselassie et al. (2008) suggested that a C threshold existed above which survival was promoted.  ... 
doi:10.25560/5507 fatcat:nz4hco2whjfohdr2jti7n2crxm