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Robert R. Holibaugh
November 1992 - Special Report Joint Integrated Avionics Working Group (JIAWG) Object-Oriented Domain Analysis Method (JODA)

Authors: Robert R. Holibaugh

This 1992 report presents a case for the investigation and adaptation of structural and dynamic modeling techniques to the engineering of systems of systems.

January 1992 - Special Report A Reuse-Based Software Development Methodology

Authors: Kyo C. Kang (Pohang University of Science and Technology), Sholom G. Cohen, Robert R. Holibaugh, James M. Perry, A. Spencer Peterson

This 1992 paper outlines the direction and progress of reuse-based software development methodology.

June 1990 - Special Report A Domain Analysis Bibliography

Topics: Software Product Lines

Authors: James A. Hess, Sholom G. Cohen, Kyo C. Kyang, A. Spencer Peterson, William E. Novak, Patrick C. Carroll, Robert R. Holibaugh

This 1990 document presents a bibliography of references on domain analysis.

November 1988 - Technical Report Experiment Planning for Software Development: Redevelopment Experiment

Authors: James M. Perry, Kyo C. Kang (Pohang University of Science and Technology), Sholom G. Cohen, Robert R. Holibaugh, A. Spencer Peterson

In 1988, the SEI's ARSC Project investigated the impacts of software reuse on software development process and products. This document reports on the experiment design and data collection effort of this project.

September 1988 - Technical Report Phase I Testbed Description: Requirements and Selection Guidelines

Authors: Robert R. Holibaugh, James M. Perry, Alice Sun

In 1988, the SEI's Application of Reusable Software Components Project constructed a reuse testbed, in which to conduct experiments. This document contains the requirements and selection criteria for the testbed hardware, software, reusable resources, and an environment.