Quantifying Functional Reuse from Object Oriented Requirements Specifications


Condori-Fernández, N. and Pastor, O. and Daneva, M. and Abran, A. and Castro, J. (2008) Quantifying Functional Reuse from Object Oriented Requirements Specifications. In: Workshop on Requirements Engineering (WER'08), 12-13 Sept 2008, Barcelona, Spain (pp. pp. 59-69).

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Abstract:Software reuse is essential in improving efficiency and productivity in the software development process. This paper analyses reuse within requirements engineering phase by taking and adapting a standard functional size measurement method, COSMIC FFP. Our proposal attempts to quantify reusability from Object Oriented requirements specifications by identifying potential primitives with a high level of reusability and applying a reuse indicator. These requirements are specified using OO-Method, an automatic software production method based on transformation models. We illustrate the application of our proposal in a Car Rental real system.
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Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS)
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