Development productivity and quality improvements, as well as cost reduction, are the main factors for the need
and popularity of software reuse. In addition, the increasing demand for large and complex software systems,
and the difficulty of supplying them on time and within the budget make the reusability concept attractive. In
this context, this work provides a framework for mobile wireless communication systems that allows designers
to apply reusability to the early stages of the development process. In order to achieve this, firstly, existing
systems are investigated and common network entities and their respective functionalities are identified.
Secondly, the framework is generated based on these commonalities with a technique called Use Case Maps.
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| Title || Reusability at the Early Development Stages of the Mobile Wireless Communication Systems |
| Authors || R. Andrade and L. Logrippo |
| Type || Conference |
| Conference/Journal Title || 4th World Multiconference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics (SCI 2000) |
| Volume/Number || Vol. VII |
| Editors || |
| Publisher || |
| Month || July |
| Year || 2000 |
| Pages || 11-16 |
| Keywords || Mobile Wireless Communication Systems, Software Reuse, Development Process, Use Case Maps,|
Network Reference Model, Framework.