Moving From Traditional Software Engineering to Componentware

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The field of software engineering and software technology is developing very fast. Perhaps as a consequence, there is seldom enough interest or opportunity for systematic investigation of how the underlying technology will actually perform. That is, we introduce new concepts, methods, techniques and tools – or change existing ones and emphasize their value. A major turn in software engineering leading to Componentware has dramatically changed the shape of software development and introduced interesting methods for the design and rapid development of systems which may provide cost-effective benefits. In this paper we will discuss Componentware, process model, architecture, principles and the drivers, advantages, disadvantage and reveal profound changes from the traditional software engineering approaches.

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F. Nabi and R. Mullins, "Moving From Traditional Software Engineering to Componentware," Journal of Software Engineering and Applications, Vol. 4 No. 5, 2011, pp. 283-292. doi: 10.4236/jsea.2011.45031.


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