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Adaptable Process Model
Reusability Management

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process reusability management

  • U.6.1 Adapt a set of reusability criteria and a classification scheme for major project deliverables;

    U.6.2 Define guidelines for creating reusable software components (data, documents and programs) and train managers and practitioners in their application;

    U.6.3 Define reuse evaluation points (REP) on the project timeline;

    U.6.4 Define candidate software components for entry into the reuse library or candidate components for extraction from the library;

    U.6.5 Define specific SQA procedures for reusable components, prior to their entry into the library;

    event trigger: work product or deliverable has been completed

  • repeat until (all work products have been evaluated for entry in a reuse library)
  • U.6.6 Classify reusable components and enter them into the library;

    U.6.6.1 Define component by type (i.e., data, document, program) and subtype;

    U.6.6.2 Define the component application domain, functional domain and technical domain;

    U.6.6.3 Define implementation characteristics;

    U.6.6.4 Attach reuse guidelines;

    U.6.6.5 Submit for review prior to insertion in reuse library;

    U.6.7 Define specific validation procedures for reusable components;

  • endrep 

  • endevent

  • endsubprocess reusability management

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