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Application blueprints serve as a framework for designing new systems in an application domain, leading to reuse of design information and greater reuse of code. This document defines the term application blueprint, tells how to create one, and discusses the benefits and drawbacks of this approach. The appendix presents a generic specification and information about the initial domain analysis for creating an application blueprint for an air traffic control system. This paper can be the basis for future research on reusing analysis and design information.
10 January 1990 IBM Initial release to ASSET 20 December 1993 ASSET Initial release to the PAL
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