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Lifting transformational models of product lines: a case study

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Lifting transformational models of product lines: a case study
Model driven development (MDD) of software product lines (SPLs) merges two increasing important paradigms that synthesize programs by transformation. MDD creates programs by transforming models, and SPLs elaborate programs by applying transformations called features. In this paper, we present the design and implementation of a transformational model of a product line of scalar vector graphics and JavaScript applications. We explain how we simplified our implementation by lifting selected features and their compositions from our original product line (whose implementations were complex) to features and their compositions of another product line (whose specifications were simple). We used operators to map higher-level features and their compositions to their lower-level counterparts. Doing so exposed commuting relationships among feature compositions in both product lines that helped validate our model and implementation.
Greg Freeman, Don S. Batory, R. Greg Lavender, Jac
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where SOSYM
Authors Greg Freeman, Don S. Batory, R. Greg Lavender, Jacob Neal Sarvela
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