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Abstract

Large scale software production would be more cost-effective if programs were habitually built by putting together previously written and tested program fragments. The Ada package facilities were designed with this object in mind. Part I of the book deals with the general issues of Ada software re-use and addresses the problems of making software components sufficiently general in their application and sufficiently straightforward to use. Part II presents a pair of case studies of Ada re-use in practice, illustrating both managerial and technical issues. The book concludes with an extensive set of Ada re-use guidelines.

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Authors: GAUTIER R J UNIVERSITY OF BATH (GB) WALLIS P J L (EDITOR) UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES (GB) , UNIVERSITY OF BATH (GB);UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES (GB)
Bibliographic Reference: BOOK: EUR 12230 EN (1990) 205 PP., PETER PEREGRINUS LTD., STEVENAGE (GB) ISBN 0-86341-173-8
Record Number: 1989128044500 / Last updated on: 1990-11-09
Category: PUBLICATION
Available languages: en