Model for the Generic Command Center domain
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ASSET_A_334: CARDS Command Center Domain Model Description This document describes a version of the CARDS (Central Archive for Reusable Defense Software) library model created during Phase 2 of the CARDS Program. This release replaces earlier versions of this document. For descriptive purposes, this model is referred to as the v2.0 (version 2.0) library model. This v2.0 library model is an encoding of the GCC (Generic Command Center) Architecture, created during Phase 3 of the Portable, Reusable, Integrated Software Modules (PRISM) program, into the RLF (Reuse Library Framework) [ASSET_A_442] a part of the CARDS library infrastructure which can be thought of as both a tool and a formalism. A CARDS library model for a domain-specific reuse library is a formal encoding of information produced during domain engineering activities. The purpose of a CARDS domain-specific library model is to: capture critical information such as domain requirements and generic architectures that is produced by domain engineering activities; based on this information, describe criteria for qualification and insertion of reusable assets into the library; provide a basis for organizing ("classifying") reusable assets for search and retrieval applications; and provide a basis for constructing other kinds of reuse library applications.
25 November 1992 Paramax Initial release to ASSET 11 December 1993 ASSET Initial release to the PAL
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