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Automated analysis of feature models: Quo vadis? [Article]
Feature models have been used since the 90's to describe software product lines as a way of reusing common parts in a family of software systems. In 2010, a systematic literature review was published summarizing the advances ...
Automated analysis of feature models 20 years later: a literature review [Article]
Software product line engineering is about producing a set of related products that share more commonalities than variabilities. Feature models are widely used for variability and commonality management in software ...
An Overview of Dynamic Software Product Line Architectures and Techniques: Observations from Research and Industry [Article]
Over the last two decades, software product lines have been used successfully in industry for buildingfamilies of systems of related products, maximizing reuse, and exploiting their variable and configurableoptions. In a ...
Automated Generation of Computationally Hard Feature Models Using Evolutionary Algorithms [Article]
A feature model is a compact representation of the products of a software product line. The automated extraction of information from feature models is a thriving topic involving numerous analysis operations, techniques ...
Automated Metamorphic Testing on the Analyses of Feature Models [Article]
Context. A Feature Model (FM) represents the valid combinations of features in a domain. The automated extraction of information from FMs is a complex task that involves numerous analysis operations, techniques and tools. ...
Testing variability-intensive systems using automated analysis: an application to Android [Article]
Software product lines are used to develop a set of software products that, while being different, share a common set of features. Feature models are used as a compact representation of all the products (e.g., possible ...