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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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
Mutation Testing on An Object-Oriented Framework: An Experience Report [Article]
Context: The increasing presence of Object–Oriented (OO) programs in industrial systems is progressively drawing the attention of mutation researchers toward this paradigm. However, while the number of research contributions ...
Functional Testing of Feature Model Analysis Tools: a Test Suite [Article]
(Institution of Engineering and Technology, 2011)
A Feature Model (FM) is a compact representation of all the products of a software product line. Automated analysis of FMs is rapidly gaining importance: new operations of analysis have been proposed, new tools have been ...