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Author Name:    KARLSSON, Even-Andre (ed.). Wiley Series in Software Based Systems.

Title:   Software Reuse : A Holistic Approach. paperback

Publisher:    John Wiley & Sons, Chichester [et al], 1995, ISBN:0471958190 

Seller ID:   112807

KARLSSON, Even-André (ed.). Software Reuse : A Holistic Approach. Chichester [at al] : John Wiley & Sons, (1995). Pp (4),[v]-xviii,(2),[3]-510. Idex. Large 8vo, illustrated black card covers, lettered in yellow and white. Wiley Series in Software Based Systems. "Organized reuse is considered one of the most promising approaches to improving software time to market, qualityand productivity. The purpose of this book is to demonstrate and present a copherent process for introducing software reuse into an organization. The 'holistic' approach is in recognition of the fact systematic reuse affects most parts of the organization and without considering all parts it will h ave limited success. Practical guidelines for developing reusable software - both from scratch and based on re-engineering of existing software - are based on the industral experience of the 8 companies who pprduced this book. The guidelines present the curent state of practice and have been tested and evaluated on real applications. They also take acount of the organizational context within whih a reuse startegy must operate. In order to weigh up the benefits of resue compated with costs of development, the book focuses on how to measure the efects on productivity, lead time and quality as well as a model to meaure the reausabilty and quality of a saftware component. Analysis of resse opportunities and techniques for assessment ae alo pfresented." (from the back cover). Book Sale stamp are rear, elase very good. 30.00


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