Definitions for "Reverse Engineering"
Reverse engineering means analyzing software, firmware, or hardware to find out how it works.
The process of designing a system by finding out how the system works. In cognitive psychology, creating a theory of the mind by studying how the mind works.
The process of dismantling a competitorâ€(tm)s products to understand the strengths and weaknesses of the designs.
Keywords:  rfd, rfc
Keywords:  deformulation, see
See deformulation.
The disassembly and analysis of a competing product to evaluate its comparative strengths and weaknesses in preparation for the possible manufacture of a similar item.
The vice versa direction-source code to diagrams-is commonly referred to as reverse engineering.
A software engineering approach that derives the design and requirements of a system from its code; often used during the maintenance phase of a system with no formal documentation.
The automatic creation of system specifications from existing code and data definitions.