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    Estimating COTS Integration: An Analytical Approach

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    We present an experiment whose purpose is to define an analytical approach to the prediction of integration costs for COTS products. Our approach consists in defining the specification of the COTS product as well as the specification of the context in which we plan to use it by means of formal (relational) specifications, and assessing integration costs by estimating the functional distance between the two specifications. The purpose of our experiment is to identify which definition of functional distance (among many possible candidates) is best adapted to predict integration costs. 1 Introduction COTS integration is an important topic: little software is developed from scratch nowadays, more and more from existing COTS products. The shift from custom-development (which meet the unique requirements of the customer) to COTS-based systems is occurring in both new development and maintenance activities. Hence, software systems are built around COTS software, tailored where possible, augm...

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    Title : Estimating COTS Integration: An Analytical Approach
    Abstract : We present an experiment whose purpose is to define an analytical approach to the prediction of integration costs for COTS products. Our approach consists in defining the specification of the COTS product as well as the specification of the context in which we plan to use it by means of formal (relational) specifications, and assessing integration costs by estimating the functional distance between the two specifications. The purpose of our experiment is to identify which definition of functional distance (among many possible candidates) is best adapted to predict integration costs. 1 Introduction COTS integration is an important topic: little software is developed from scratch nowadays, more and more from existing COTS products. The shift from custom-development (which meet the unique requirements of the customer) to COTS-based systems is occurring in both new development and maintenance activities. Hence, software systems are built around COTS software, tailored where possible, augm...
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    Area : Mathematics
    Language : English
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    Url : http://www.cs.purdue.edu/serc/TechReports/abstracts/catagory/../../files/Mili-cot.ps
    Doi : 10.1.1.33.7678

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