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Authors: Kim, Yongbeom
Stohr, Edward A.
Keywords: software reuse
reuse metrics
reuse process
reuse technologies
Issue Date: May-1997
Publisher: Stern School of Business, New York University
Series/Report no.: IS-97-12
Abstract: Software reuse is the use of software resources from all stages of the software development process in new applications. Given the high cost and difficulty of developing high quality software, the idea of capitalizing on previous software investments is appealing. However, software reuse has not been as effective as expected and has not been very broadly or systematically used in industry. This paper surveys recent software reuse research using a framework that helps identify and organize the many factors that must be considered to achieve the benefits of software reuse in practice. We argue that software reuse needs to be viewed in the context of a total systems approach that addresses a broad range of technical, economic, managerial, organizational and legal issues and conclude with a summary of the major research issues in each of these areas.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2451/14175
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