KBUP: Knowledge Based (re)Use of Program Libraries
These are the KBUP home pages, on which we collect all useful information
concerning knowledge based (re)use of program libraries. The pages are
under construction, and far from being complete. Send us your WWW addresses
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Introduction to Knowledge Based (re)Use of Program
KBUP consists of the management of libraries containing a large number of
programs. This problem is interesting in two cases: first to facilitate the
development by a programmer of new code based on existing components,
second to allow a non-specialist to optimize the use of an existing program
Many different libraries of programs have been developed in very different
domains. The programs are written by specialists, and it is usually very
hard to (re)use them. Knowledge based techniques can be used for the
management of the programs in different working environments. KBUP systems
can range from an advisory guide up to fully automatic systems.
application domains and techniques for KBUP.
Who is who in KBUP
British Aerospace, UK.
Institute: INSTN/MIST/SBDS/GITD, CE Saclay, France.
Contact: M. Chaillot
University of Illinois, USA.
Contact: E. Gallopoulos
Institute: GREYC, Caen, France.
Institute: Department of electrical
University of Quebec,
Contact: D. Crevier
Institute: Rutgers University, USA.
L. Gong and
Institute: Free University, Amsterdam.
Contact: Frank van Harmelen
Institute: Department of CS,
Purdue University, USA.
Contact: E. Houstis
School of Engineering and Computer Science,
Contact: F. Mili
Institute: FB Informatik,
Universitat Hamburg, Germany.
Contact: M. Bern Neumann
INRIA Sophia Antipolis.
Contact: Monique Thonnat
System: OCAPI, PLANETE
Knowledge Based Software Engineering Lab,
University of Cincinnati,
Contact: J. Penix
CFAR, University of Maryland, Maryland, USA.
Contact: C. Shekar
Institute: CAP GEMINI innovation, France.
Contact: Danielle Ribot
Consorzio Corinto Reuse Centre
Contact: Guido Vetere
Conferences and journals for publication
Other WWW pages related to reuse of program
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