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Supporting distributed product configuration by integrating heterogeneous variability modeling approaches [Article]
Context In industrial settings products are developed by more than one organization. Software vendors and suppliers commonly typically maintain their own product lines, which contribute to a larger (multi) product line ...
Building the Core Architecture of a NASA Multiagent System Product Line [Article]
(Springer Verlag, 2007)
The field of Software Product Lines (SPL) emphasizes build- ing a family of software products from which concrete products can be derived rapidly. This helps to reduce time-to-market, costs, etc., and can result in ...
FLAME: a Formal Framework for the Automated Analysis of Software Product Lines Validated by Automated Specification Testing [Article]
In a literature review on the last 20 years of automated analysis of feature models, the formalization of analysis operations was identified as the most relevant challenge in the field. This formalization could provide ...
Evolving feature model configurations in software product lines [Article]
The increasing complexity and cost of software-intensive systems has led developers to seek ways of reusing software components across development projects. One approach to increasing software reusability is to develop ...
Consistency maintenance for evolving feature models [Article]
Software product line (SPL) techniques handle the construction of customized systems. One of the most common representations of the decisions a customer can make in SPLs is feature models (FMs). An FM represents the ...
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 ...