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Representing Product Family Architectures in an Extensible Architecture Description Language

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Representing Product Family Architectures in an Extensible Architecture Description Language
Abstract. Product family architectures need to be captured much like “regular” software architectures. Unfortunately, representations for product family architectures are scarce and a deep understanding of all of the necessary features of such representations is still lacking. In this paper, we introduce an extensible XML-based representation that is suitable as a basis for rapidly defining new representations for product family architectures. We describe some of the details of this representation and present how Koala and Mae, two early representations for product family architectures, can be mapped onto our XML-based representation with relatively little effort.
Eric M. Dashofy, André van der Hoek
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Type Conference
Year 2001
Where PFE
Authors Eric M. Dashofy, André van der Hoek
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