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CASCON
1996
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11 years 1 months ago
A hybrid process for recovering software architecture
A large portion of the software used in industry today is legacy software. Legacy systems often evolve into dicult to maintain systems whose original design has been lost or else ...
Vassilios Tzerpos, Richard C. Holt
ECIS
2004
11 years 1 months ago
Symbolic Processes in ERP versus Legacy System Support
Being hailed as possessing the ability to "drive effective business reengineering and management of core and support processes", it is not surprising that Enterprise Res...
Martin M. T. Ng, Michael T. K. Tan
AINA
2008
IEEE
11 years 1 months ago
A Case Study on Software Evolution towards Service-Oriented Architecture
The evolution of any software product over its lifetime is unavoidable, caused both by bugs to be fixed and by new requirements appearing in the later stages of the product's...
Félix Cuadrado, Boni García, Juan C....
IWPC
1997
IEEE
11 years 3 months ago
Identifying objects in legacy systems
Many organisations are migrating towards object-oriented technology. However, owing to the business value of legacy software, new object-oriented development has to be weighed aga...
Aniello Cimitile, Andrea De Lucia, Giuseppe A. Di ...
APSEC
1997
IEEE
11 years 3 months ago
Legacy Systems Migration : A Method and its Tool-Kit Framework
The problems posed by mission-critical legacy systems - brittleness, inflexibility, isolation, non-extensibility, lack of openness etc. - are well known, but practical solutions h...
Bing Wu, Deirdre Lawless, Jesus Bisbal, Jane Grims...
CSMR
1998
IEEE
11 years 4 months ago
A Method for Assessing Legacy Systems for Evolution
Legacy systems are usually critical to the business in which they operate, but the costs of running them are often not justifiable. Determining whether such systems are worth keep...
Jane Ransom, Ian Sommerville, Ian Warren
COMPSAC
2002
IEEE
11 years 4 months ago
Renaissance: A Method to Support Software System Evolution
Legacy systems are often business critical and are associated with high maintenance costs. In this paper, we present an overview of a method, Renaissance, which aims to manage the...
Ian Warren, Jane Ransom
STEP
2003
IEEE
11 years 5 months ago
Using Grid Technologies for Web-Enabling Legacy Systems
The adoption of the Internet technologies favors the diffusion of Web and Grid-based applications. However, the development of new applications exploiting the modern interfaces an...
Thierry Bodhuin, Maria Tortorella
AGILEDC
2003
IEEE
11 years 5 months ago
PARFAIT: Towards a Framework-based Agile Reengineering Process
The paper presents a sketch of a framework-based agile reengineering process, named PARFAIT1 , whose objective is to provide the users with evolved versions of legacy systems, as ...
Maria Istela Cagnin, José Carlos Maldonado,...
XPU
2004
Springer
11 years 5 months ago
An Agile Approach to a Legacy System
We describe how a small, successful, self-selected XP team approached a seemingly intractable problem with panache, flair and immodesty. We rewrote a legacy application by deliver...
Chris Stevenson, Andy Pols
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