HP Domain Analysis: Producing Useful Models for Reusable Software
Early software reuse efforts focused on libraries of general-purpose routines or functions. These fine-grained assets did not produce the hoped-for quality and productivity improvements. Recent software reuse efforts have shown that architecture-based, domain-specific reuse can yield greater quality and productivity improvements.
by Patricia Collins Cornwell
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