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Code Reuse Presentation @ ENASE 2010

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The presentation of my publication "A semi-automated process for open source code reuse" presented at the Evaluation of Novel Approaches to Software Engineering (ENASE) 2010 conference.

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Code Reuse Presentation @ ENASE 2010

  1. 1. ARISTOTLE UNIVERSITY OF THESSALONIKI INFORMATICS DEPT. ENASE 2010 JULY 23 rd , 2010 A SEMI-AUTOMATED PROCESS FOR OPEN SOURCE CODE REUSE APOSTOLOS KRITIKOS GEORGE KAKARONTZAS IOANNIS STAMELOS PARTIALLY FUNDED BY THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION IN THE CONTEXT OF THE OPEN-SME PROJECT
  2. 2. Who is reusing code ?
  3. 3. Individual developers
  4. 4. hobbyists
  5. 5. freelancers
  6. 6. and... Software COmpanies
  7. 7. Why ?
  8. 8. To avoid reinventing the wheel
  9. 9. Most classic components are out there (www) ( reuse of floss code ) code createD can be used as a base to Future project requests ( reuse of legacy code )
  10. 10. Free / Libre Open Source Software ( FLOSS )
  11. 11. Model of COLLABORATIVE DEVELOPMENT ( software ) made AVAILABLE ON-LINE and for FREE Many lines of code Let users Download this code Use / alter / even commercialize The derived work
  12. 12. WWW
  13. 13. WWW POOL OF REUSABLE CODE
  14. 14. How do i reuse ? Any known recipes ? Do they actually exist?
  15. 15. We need one anyway
  16. 16. A methodology or...
  17. 17. Maybe A process
  18. 18. But...
  19. 19. reusers
  20. 20. reusers WHAT DO THEY WANT ?
  21. 21. REUSE CODE ADAPTING THE RETRIEVED CODE TO THE SYSTEM UNDER DEVELOPMENT ADAPTING THE SYSTEM UNDER DEVELOPMENT TO THE RETRIEVED CODE
  22. 22. reusers
  23. 23. reusers WHO ARE THEY ?
  24. 24. CAN BE Any DEVELOPER - IF A SYSTEMATIC REUSE PROCESS IS ABSENT - AN ACTUAL ENGINEER ASIGNED WITH THE TASK OF ADAPTING REUSABLE COMPONENTS - IN MORE SYSTEMATIC REUSE APPROACHES -
  25. 25. REUSE PROCESS & SOFTWARE PRODUCT'S LIFECYCLE
  26. 26. 1. CONCEPT 2. DEVELOPMENT 3. PRODUCTION 4. UTILIZATION 5. RETIREMENT ISO/IEC 15288, 2002 SOFTWARE PRODUCT'S LIFECYCLE PHASES
  27. 27. 1. CONCEPT 2. DEVELOPMENT 3. PRODUCTION 4. UTILIZATION 5. RETIREMENT ISO/IEC 15288, 2002 SOFTWARE PRODUCT'S LIFECYCLE PHASES
  28. 28. Reuse & floss components Component decomposition based on the requirements Requirement / component tree Possible alternation of the tree
  29. 29. A process for Open source code reuse
  30. 31. Search types Search forges: e.g. sourceforge Search for trivial code: source code search engines (krugle) or classical search engines (google)
  31. 32. Do i have to reuse?
  32. 33. And if i do...
  33. 34. CONCLUSIONS
  34. 35. A FIRST ATTEMPT TO PROVIDE A structured way of implementing reuse engineering Currently our model requires the presence of an expert for various decisions
  35. 36. FUTURE WORK
  36. 37. A FULLY AUTOMATED PROCESS WHERE NO EXPERT WILL BE NEEDED TRY MEASURING THE “FITNESS” OF A REUSABLE COMPONENT WITH THE REST OF THE SYSTEM UNDER DEVELOPMENT
  37. 38. THANK YOU! [email_address] krap.gr/research (academic profile) @akritiko (twitter) ARISTOTLE UNIVERSITY OF THESSALONIKI INFORMATICS DEPT. ENASE 2010 JULY 23 rd , 2010

The presentation of my publication "A semi-automated process for open source code reuse" presented at the Evaluation of Novel Approaches to Software Engineering (ENASE) 2010 conference.

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