ASE2 CARD CATALOG ENTRY
This document describes the technical concepts employed towards the development of the CARDS Command Center Library.
The Central Archive for Reusable Defense Software (CARDS) program is a concerted DoD initiative to transition advances in the techniques and technology of library-aided, architecture-centric, domain-specific software reuse into mainstream DoD software procurement. This technology transition effort involves the development of a domain-specific reuse library for researching technologies and methodologies for creating reuse libraries.
CARDS views a reuse library as reusable software components, a library model and supporting library applications. This view, and it's consequences on library development are presented in this document. A discussion of model-based reuse library infrastructure presents a model-based view of library development, with an emphasis on distinctions between domain and library modeling. The component qualification process is presented as an integral part of the library development process. Modeling of the command center library has evolved to support development and integration of various reuse library applications. The CARDS system composition and component qualification tools are discussed. This document also presents technical aspects of the operational library, such as distribution options (e.g., AFS), reuse library security issues (an overview of the CARDS security analysis is presented), and advances made in interoperation between reuse libraries.
28 February 1994 Paramax Initial release to ASSET 1 June 1994 ASSET Initial release to the PAL
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