Reusable software components framework.

Al-Badareen, Anas Bassam and Selamat, Mohd. Hasan and A. Jabar, Marzanah and Din, Jamilah and Turaev, Sherzod (2010) Reusable software components framework. In: European Conference of Computer Science (ECCS '10), 30 November - 2 December 2010, Puerto De La Cruz, Tenerife.

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Abstract

The concept of reusability is widely used, in order to reduce cost, effort, and time of software development. Reusability also increases the productivity, maintainability, portability, and reliability of the software products, which it has been evaluated before in other software products. The problems faced in software engineering not a lack of reuse, but a lack of widespread, systematic reuse. They know how to do it, but they do it informally. Therefore, strong attention must be given to this concept. This study aims to propose a systematic way of software reuse: build-for-reuse and buildby- reuse. The evaluation criteria of the reusable components are then adopted. Finally, the proposed framework is applied on C-Registration System.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Keyword:Software Reusability, Build for Reuse, Build by Reuse, Reusability Criteria
Subject:Computer software - reusability
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology
ID Code:10658
Deposited By: Samsida Samsudin
Deposited On:17 Mar 2011 01:05
Last Modified:08 Nov 2013 07:31

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