Reused components

Reused components

Structural or finish materials removed from old buildings and reused in new or remodeled buildings.
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SCADE System provides a comprehensive environment and user-friendly interface that simplifies systems engineering tasks that are otherwise complex to handle: consistent replication of reused components in a system architecture, propagation within the architecture of data imported from pre-existing databases and generation of up-to-date and consistent ICDs.
When reused components do not have reused elements in common, we expect Reuse to be additive (property, Size.
We show later that slightly modified and verbatim reused components are quite similar from the point of view of defect density and rework.
Archive AnalysisCoIdentifies reused components that might be contained within composite files.
The net effect of reusing software is the same as for hardware: (1) greatly reduced development time, (2) greatly reduced development cost, and (3) increased reliability because the reused components have already been "shaken down.
new software), while others correspond to reused components or customized reused components.
The process of open source software development regularly involves the assembly of open source code with invented and reused components, and as a result, various licenses can govern various parts of an application.
Project managers were awarded budget increments and promotions when their deliverables were considered to have a large percentage of reused components.
Because of the level of reused components across these applications, the porting effort was reduced by 80%, requiring 5 staff-weeks to perform instead of the 28 staff-weeks projected with traditional application development.
Since Lingua manages the relationships of components in each language, reused components need only be translated once and will be replicated wherever they exist through all documents in the repository.
Special styles such as "system" and "same as my parent" allow reused components to take on the style of their new local environment.