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ISPAN
2008
IEEE
8 years 9 months ago
Product Line Sigraphs
Intuitively, a signed graph is a graph in which every edge is labeled with a + or − sign. For each edge, its sign represents the mode of the relationship between the vertices it...
Daniela Ferrero
JIT
2004
Springer
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8 years 8 months ago
Managing Product Line Variability by Patterns
Software product lines have a demonstrated potential for cost-effective development of software families. Product lines have to support and coordinate variabilities between the di...
Jürgen Meister, Ralf Reussner, Martin Rohde
SPLST
2003
8 years 4 months ago
RITA Environment for Testing Framework-based Software Product Lines
A software product line can be used to implement a software product family that is a set of software products sharing common features. A natural implementation strategy for a softw...
Raine Kauppinen, Juha Taina
SPLC
2010
8 years 4 months ago
Consistent Product Line Configuration across File Type and Product Line Boundaries
Creating a valid software configuration of a product line can require laborious customizations involving multiple configuration file types, such as feature models, domain-specific ...
Christoph Elsner, Peter Ulbrich, Daniel Lohmann, W...
ICSE
2007
IEEE-ACM
9 years 3 months ago
DECIMAL and PLFaultCAT: From Product-Line Requirements to Product-Line Member Software Fault Trees
PLFaultCAT is a tool for software fault tree analysis (SFTA) during product-line engineering. When linked with DECIMAL, a product-line requirements verification tool, the enhanced...
Josh Dehlinger, Meredith Humphrey, Lada Suvorov, P...
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