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Feature-Driven and Incremental Variability Generalization in Software Product Line

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Feature-Driven and Incremental Variability Generalization in Software Product Line
In the lifecycle of a software product line (SPL), incremental generalization is usually required to extend the variability of existing core assets to support the new or changed application requirements. In addition, the generalization should conform to the evolved SPL requirements which are usually represented by a feature model. In this paper, we propose a featuredriven and incremental variability generalization method based on the aspectoriented variability implementation techniques. It addresses a set of basic scenarios where program-level JBoss-AOP based reference implementations respond to the feature-level variability generalization patterns. It also provides the corresponding guidance to compose these patterns in more complex cases. Based on the method, we present a case study and related discussions.
Liwei Shen, Xin Peng, Wenyun Zhao
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where ICSR
Authors Liwei Shen, Xin Peng, Wenyun Zhao
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