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Model Superimposition in Software Product Lines

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Model Superimposition in Software Product Lines
In software product line engineering, feature composition generates software tailored to specific requirements from a common set of artifacts. Superimposition is a technique to merge code pieces belonging to different features. The advent of model-driven development raises the question of how to support the variability of software product lines in modeling techniques. We propose to use superimposition as a model composition technique in order to support variability. We analyze the feasibility of superimposition for model composition, offer corresponding tool support, and discuss our experiences with three case studies (including an industrial case study).
Sven Apel, Florian Janda, Salvador Trujillo, Chris
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where ICMT
Authors Sven Apel, Florian Janda, Salvador Trujillo, Christian Kästner
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