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Managing Software Interfaces of On-Board Automotive Controllers

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Tsakiris, A. ; Ford Motor Company

This article provides a birds-eye view of the enormous upheaval involved in enhancing reuse across a product line. The classic approach originally espoused by David Parnas-separation of concerns-is an important driver, but the big take-away is that even when a team of experts collaborates on architectural refactoring, it's a slow, incremental process. There is no easy road to reuse.

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Software, IEEE  (Volume:28 ,  Issue: 1 )

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Jan.-Feb. 2011

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