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Reusability

A material’s ability to be reused or salvaged in whole form without undergoing a reprocessing or remanufacturing process. Refers to how many times a material may be reused.

reusability

The capability of using all or the greater part of the same programming code or system design in another application. Very few information systems are designed and written entirely from scratch. Existing procedures are widely used, although often with a lot of modification, and applications are built upon frameworks from the software companies and routines that programmers have written in the past. See reusable IP.
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Secondly - and I think that this is the dominant answer - reusability allows a marked increase in flight rates.
Reusability is a great brand image generator, but, more importantly, it enables SpaceX to double their flight rate and make more money, all the while preparing for Mars landings with the reusability technology.
In companies reuse needs a lot of time to determine if the component qualified or not qualified for reusability from component library [1].
Required component is determined that must be reconfigured to increase the reusability count.
Please refer to the November column for a complete description of the Degrees of Data Reusability used here.
Even from this very high-level discussion, it should be evident that there are different ways to implement a data-centric approach to data reusability, just as there are different levels of data reusability that can be achieved.
In addition to its speed-to-market and reusability benefits, .