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SPLC
2007
10 years 29 days ago
Automating Mappings between Use Case Diagrams and Feature Models for Software Product Lines
Features have been widely used by the product line community to model variability. They represent the common and variable characteristics of the members of a product line. They ar...
Alexandre Bragança, Ricardo Jorge Machado
VAMOS
2008
Springer
10 years 1 months ago
Integrated Product Line Model for Semi-Automated Product Derivation Using Non-Functional Properties
Software product lines (SPLs) allow to generate tailormade software products by selecting and composing reusable code units. However, SPLs with hundreds of features and millions o...
Norbert Siegmund, Martin Kuhlemann, Marko Rosenm&u...
JIT
2004
Springer
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10 years 5 months ago
Feature-Oriented Development of Software Product Lines: Mapping Feature Models to the Architecture
Software product lines (PLs) present a solid approach in large scale reuse. Due to the PLs’ inherit complexity, many PL methods use the notion of ”features” to support requir...
Periklis Sochos, Ilka Philippow, Matthias Riebisch
SPLC
2007
10 years 29 days ago
Mapping Feature Models onto Component Models to Build Dynamic Software Product Lines
Systems such as adaptative and context–aware ones must adapt themselves to changing requirements at runtime. Modeling and implementing this kind of systems is a difficult opera...
Pablo Trinidad, Antonio Ruiz Cortés, Joaqu&...
ICST
2010
IEEE
9 years 10 months ago
Automated and Scalable T-wise Test Case Generation Strategies for Software Product Lines
Abstract—Software Product Lines (SPL) are difficult to validate due to combinatorics induced by variability across their features. This leads to combinatorial explosion of the n...
Gilles Perrouin, Sagar Sen, Jacques Klein, Benoit ...
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