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Component-based software engineering: technologies, development frameworks, and quality assurance schemes

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Component-based software engineering: technologies, development frameworks, and quality assurance schemes
Component-based software development approach is based on the idea to develop software systems by selecting appropriate off-the-shelf components and then to assemble them with a well-defined software architecture. Because the new software development paradigm is much different from the traditional approach, quality assurance (QA) for component-based software development is a new topic in the software engineering community. In this paper, we survey current component-based software technologies, describe their advantages and disadvantages, and discuss the features they inherit. We also address QA issues for component-based software. As a major contribution, we propose a QA model for component-based software development, which covers component requirement analysis, component development, component certification, component customization, and system architecture design, integration, testing, and maintenance.
Xia Cai, Michael R. Lyu, Kam-Fai Wong, Roy Ko
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where APSEC
Authors Xia Cai, Michael R. Lyu, Kam-Fai Wong, Roy Ko
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