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Brent A Carlson, Timothy J Graser, Dave H Gross, Debra L Mariner, John J Palof, Paul W Tamminga: Generating reusable software assets from distributed artifacts. LogicLibrary, Shumaker & Sieffert P A, January 22, 2008: US07322024 (86 worldwide citation)

In general, techniques are described that facilitate the reuse of software assets within an enterprise. A software asset, as used herein, refers to a set of one or more related artifacts that have been created or harvested for the purpose of applying that asset repeatedly in subsequent development e ...


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Brent A Carlson, Dave H Gross, Timothy J Graser, Debra L Mariner, John J Palof, Paul W Tamminga: Managing reusable software assets. Logic Library, Shumaker & Sieffert P A, December 12, 2006: US07149734 (75 worldwide citation)

In general, techniques are described that facilitate the reuse of software assets within an enterprise. A software asset, as used herein, refers to a set of one or more related artifacts that have been created or harvested for the purpose of applying that asset repeatedly in subsequent development e ...


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Brent A Carlson, Dave H Gross, Timothy J Graser, Debra L Mariner, John J Palof, Paul W Tamminga: Managing reusable software assets. Logic Library, Shumaker & Sieffert P A, February 22, 2011: US07895563 (23 worldwide citation)

In general, techniques are described that facilitate the reuse of software assets within an enterprise. A software asset, as used herein, refers to a set of one or more related artifacts that have been created or harvested for the purpose of applying that asset repeatedly in subsequent development e ...


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Brent A Carlson, Timothy J Graser, Dave H Gross, Debra L Mariner, John J Palof, Paul W Tamminga: Generating reusable software assets from distributed artifacts. AKANA, Shumaker & Sieffert P A, January 12, 2016: US09235386 (1 worldwide citation)

In general, techniques are described that facilitate the reuse of software assets within an enterprise. A software asset, as used herein, refers to a set of one or more related artifacts that have been created or harvested for the purpose of applying that asset repeatedly in subsequent development e ...


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Brent A Carlson, Dave H Gross, Timothy J Graser, Debra L Mariner, John J Palof, Paul W Tamminga: Managing reusable software assets. LogicLibrary, Shumaker & Sieffert P A, February 8, 2007: US20070033567-A1

In general, techniques are described that facilitate the reuse of software assets within an enterprise. A software asset, as used herein, refers to a set of one or more related artifacts that have been created or harvested for the purpose of applying that asset repeatedly in subsequent development e ...


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Brent A Carlson, Timothy J Graser, Dave H Gross, Debra L Mariner, John J Palof, Paul W Tamminga: Generating reusable software assets from distributed artifacts. Shumaker & Sieffert P A, September 25, 2003: US20030182470-A1

In general, techniques are described that facilitate the reuse of software assets within an enterprise. A software asset, as used herein, refers to a set of one or more related artifacts that have been created or harvested for the purpose of applying that asset repeatedly in subsequent development e ...


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Brent A Carlson, Dave H Gross, Timothy J Graser, Debra L Mariner, John J Palof, Paul W Tamminga: Managing reusable software assets. Shumaker & Sieffert P A, March 6, 2003: US20030046282-A1

In general, techniques are described that facilitate the reuse of software assets within an enterprise. A software asset, as used herein, refers to a set of one or more related artifacts that have been created or harvested for the purpose of applying that asset repeatedly in subsequent development e ...


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Brent A Carlson, Timothy J Graser, Dave H Gross, Debra L Mariner, John J Palof, Paul W Tamminga: Generating reusable software assets from distributed artifacts. LogicLibrary, Shumaker & Sieffert P A, June 5, 2008: US20080133558-A1

In general, techniques are described that facilitate the reuse of software assets within an enterprise. A software asset, as used herein, refers to a set of one or more related artifacts that have been created or harvested for the purpose of applying that asset repeatedly in subsequent development e ...