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software reuse

The ability to use software routines over again in new applications. This is one of the benefits of object technology. See object-oriented programming.
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We are delighted to achieve significant cost savings in 2014 through efficiencies targeting best-of-breed code reuse and we anticipate even greater savings this year," said Ken Cox, director, missile defense integration, Northrop Grumman Information Systems.
System designers can therefore take advantage of extensive code reuse which in turn offers lower development and maintenance costs.
Continuing to support code reuse in a Linux SMP and VxWorks AMP/SMP environment, we are able to offer new migration paths to many pro- grams while minimizing NRE and platform changes" said Bernard Pelon, CSPI's Director of Product Research.
The automotive controller market is deploying increasingly complex applications on microcontrollers while demanding increased safety certification and improved code reuse.
Finally, J2EE framework allows extensive code reuse, which COCOMO does not fully recognize.
Our Java software provides Green Hills Software end users increased productivity, high reliability, safe execution, and easy code reuse and encapsulation.
In general, a loosely coupled implementation represents the key to higher code reuse.
Applications are designed for writing in a modular manner, allowing code reuse and reducing programming time.
Currently source code reuse is possible for some specific application domains and some common constructs, such as Set, Enumerator.
Gold Systems has integrated its Vonetix technology with Nuance's SpeechObjects (which enable code reuse to significantly reduce deployment times for natural language speech recognition applications) onto Avaya's Version 8 CONVERSANT System for interactive voice response (IVR).
Alta's advanced, modular software package, AltaAPI[TM], provides complete portability between applications written for PCI/PCI Express based products and eNet-A429, the ultimate in code reuse and system design flexibility.
For the first time, software developers can use a single embedded operating system to increase system reliability through memory partitioning for the entire spectrum of ARM cores, facilitating code reuse across an entire product family comprising low-end to high-end devices.