Classification is a general term that has drawn much attention in today`s market for software industry. It is a categorization that explains a group of entities with the particular behavior of those entities. So far, researchers have done works in several areas of classification, and seminars have been conducted. In this paper, we propose a formal conceptual framework to provide dynamic and flexible way to articulate proper strategies in identifying and classifying components in a large fused reuse bank. We call this as SuperCube Model (SUCUMO) to describe the model-class components fused in a huge multi-dimensional cube. The idea here is to use SuperCube Model to describe different components for storage, based on their specific criterion or attributes; analyze, identify and classify them making ease access, browsing and future retrieval. Our approach is based on both top-down and bottom-up procedures to let user choose an appropriate way to easily locate a component in need. PDFReferencesCitation
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Xu, Zheng-Quan, Hamza H. Najapuka and Yang Xu, 2003. SuperCube as a Model for Component Classification. Information Technology Journal, 2: 1-4.