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Managing domain-specific, product-line development

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3 Author(s)
Macala, R.R. ; Boeing Defense & Space Group, Kent, WA, USA ; Stuckey, L.D., Jr. ; Gross, D.C.

Of the various software reuse initiatives, the most promising are those that recognize that reuse is a design characteristic that must be planned for, reusability is not an inherent property of software. One such initiative is product-line development, which seeks to achieve reuse across a domain, or family, of systems. We used product-line development on a demonstration project to develop real-time training systems for flight crews. The $14 million demonstration project revealed that product-line development requires a mature process and a sophisticated support environment

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Software, IEEE  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 3 )