Dissertation on designing components for reuse
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****** Availability of document with 41 ****** ****** specific component design principles ****** The following document is available via anonymous FTP from The Ohio State University: "Software Component Design-for-Reuse: A Language-Independent Discipline Applied to Ada" by Joseph E. Hollingsworth You can get your copy by anonymous FTP from host "ftp.cis.ohio-state.edu". First, go to the directory "pub/tech-report/TR1-1993". Then get all the files in this directory and follow the directions in "README.txt". The document itself is in several compressed PostScript files.
Aug 93 Joe Hollingsworth Initial release to the PAL
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