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Reuse in component-based prototyping: an industrial experience report from 15 years of reuse

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Abstract

At Thales Defense Mission Systems, software products first go through an industrial prototyping phase. We elaborate evolutionary prototypes which implement complete business behavior and fulfill functional requirements. We elaborate and evolve our solutions directly with end-users who act as stake-holders in the products' design. Prototypes also serve as models for the final products development. Because software products in the defense industry are developed over many years, this prototyping phase is crucial. Therefore, reusing software is a high-stakes issue in our activities. Component-oriented development helps us to foster reuse throughout the life cycle of our products. The work presented in this paper stems from 15 years of experience in developing prototypes for the defense industry. We directly reuse component implementations to build new prototypes from existing ones. We reuse component interfaces transparently in multiple prototypes, whatever the underlying implementation solutions. This kind of reuse spans prototypes and final products which are deployed on different execution platforms. We reuse non-component legacy software that we integrate in our component architectures. In this case, we seamlessly augment standard classes
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hal-03462995 , version 1 (02-12-2021)

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Pierre Laborde, Steven Costiou, Éric Le Pors, Alain Plantec. Reuse in component-based prototyping: an industrial experience report from 15 years of reuse. Innovations in Systems and Software Engineering, In press. ⟨hal-03462995⟩
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