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On Controlled Visualisations in Software Product Line Engineering

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On Controlled Visualisations in Software Product Line Engineering
Ongoing research in Software Product Line Engineering (SPLE) emphasises the derivation of a concrete product based on a given variant configuration as one of the most promising areas of the field. To allow for (automatic) derivation of products in SPLE, models that describe features and their variability in Software Product Lines (SPLs)--for example feature models--need to be connected with artefacts that are realising the features. It is crucial not only to support the developer in the complex task of defining such connections, but also to provide means to reason and analyse them--for example visualisations. In this paper we present MappingViews, a novel visualisation technique that provides four different visualisations for connections between variability models and realisation models and show its realisation in our tool FeatureMapper.
Florian Heidenreich, Ilie Savga, Christian Wende
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where SPLC
Authors Florian Heidenreich, Ilie Savga, Christian Wende
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