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An Aspect-oriented Approach for Representing Variability in Product Line Architecture

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An Aspect-oriented Approach for Representing Variability in Product Line Architecture
Aspect-oriented software development has recently emerged as a new paradigm for systematic modularization and representation of the crosscutting concern. Because the variability in a software product line often has a crosscutting nature, several researchers have adopted aspects in variability management to separate the variability. While much work has been carried out at the programming level of aspect-oriented concepts, relatively little attention has been paid to the adoption of aspects in the early development stages, namely, product line architecture design. We present a meta-model that describes extensions to the Object Management Group’s Reusable Asset Specification by combining the many principles and concepts of aspectoriented modeling and product line architecture design. To validate our meta-model, we applied it to the engineering of an electronic travel service product line. Our metamodel-based product line architecture supports a systematic separation of the variability ...
Youngbong Kim, Mikyeong Moon, Keunhyuk Yeom
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where VAMOS
Authors Youngbong Kim, Mikyeong Moon, Keunhyuk Yeom
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