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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Reuse, enabled by modularity and interfaces, is one of the most important concepts in software engineering. This is evidenced by an increasingly large number of reusable artifacts, ranging from small units such as classes to larger, more sophisticated units such as components, services, frameworks, software product lines, and concerns. This paper presents evidence that a canonical set of reuse interfaces has emerged over time: the variation, customization, and usage interfaces (VCU). A reusabledoi:10.1007/978-3-319-35122-3_9 fatcat:ri6xn7mfazd2bbusaelv7dqw4y