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An Object-Oriented Approach to Feature Interaction

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An Object-Oriented Approach to Feature Interaction
In this paper, we address the feature interaction problem as a software composition problem. We show the applicability of a new programming style, feature-oriented programming (FOP), to typical feature interaction problems. FOP generalizes inheritance as in object-oriented programming and allows to compose objects with individual services from a set of features. In particular, we discuss exception handling within FOP and apply FOP to automata-based description techniques.
Christian Prehofer
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Type Conference
Year 1997
Where FIW
Authors Christian Prehofer
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