Reuse Based on Object-Oriented Techniques


REBOOT - 5327

Keywords software development, software re-use, object-oriented software


Start Date: 01-SEP-90 / Duration: 34 months

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This project is being continued as 7808.

Objectives and Approach

The REBOOT project studies, develops, evaluates and disseminates advanced methodologies for reuse-driven and object-oriented software development with the emphasis on planned reuse.

REBOOT tackles the following problem areas:

A characteristic feature of the REBOOT project is its holistic approach. In order to develop successful methodologies, the project simultaneously addresses solutions in all the areas mentioned above. REBOOT starts from state-of-the-art knowledge, using the competence of the participating organisations. Top-down and bottom-up approaches are combined by concurrent work on applications and theoretical studies. Carefully selected case-studies provide necessary feedback to the tool and method development processes.

REBOOT will provide:

REBOOT supports the enhancement of future standards for reuse-driven object-oriented software development as well as for appropriate tool support.

REBOOT has established a cooperation with NSR, a Norwegian "reuse" consortium, consisting of Norwegian applications and tools developers in industry, government and the service sector.


CONTACT POINT

Mr Jean-Marc Morel
BULL SA
Rue Jean Jaures
F - 78340 LES CLAYES SOUS BOIS
tel: + 33/ 1 30807448
fax: + 33/ 1 30807078
email: J.M.Morel@frcl.bull.fr

Participants

BULL SA - F - C
CAP GEMINI INNOVATION - F - P
SINTEF - N - P
TELEVERKET - S - P (till 9/92)
Q-LABS - S - P (from 9/92)
TXT SPA - I - P
SEMA GROUP SAE - E - P
SIEMENS AG - D - P
INPG - F - A
ELEKTRONIK CENTRUM - S - A (till 9/92)
EP FRAMEWORK - S - A (from 9/92)


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REBOOT - 5327, December 1993


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