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Reuse in software development is not only to carry out the same processes over and over again, thereby being more efficient, i.e. faster and producing less errors. We call these forms shallow reuse, where reuse is mostly in the mind of developers. Deep reuse means to change the development process remarkably, because upcoming knowledge makes more or less big parts of the development superfluous. Examples are that components and frameworks from former developments are used, steps are automated,doi:10.18154/rwth-2021-02450 fatcat:vg2klh2o45co3kwk3t6x66nrhi