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    Description: Software analysis patterns are recurring and reusable models. However, there are several deficiencies with analysis patterns. These deficiencies make it difficult to use analysis patterns as efficient reusable artifacts. This paper proposes eight essential properties to evaluate pattern reusability. In addition, the concept of Stability Analysis Patterns is introduced. This paper contrasts stable analysis patterns with some analysis patterns using the proposed properties. Author(s) : Haitham Hamza and Mohamed E. Fayad

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