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WER
2010
Springer
9 years 1 months ago
A Tool for Formal Feature Modeling Based on BDDs and Product Families Algebra
Feature models are commonly used to capture the commonality and the variability of product families. There are several feature model notations that correspondingly depict the conce...
Fadil Alturki, Ridha Khedri
CERA
2002
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9 years 3 months ago
Graph Grammar Based Product Family Modeling
: Many industries are shifting from mass production to mass customization, which demands quick response to the needs of individual customers with high quality and low costs. The de...
Xuehong Du, Jianxin Jiao, Mitchell M. Tseng
JSS
2008
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9 years 3 months ago
Industrial validation of COVAMOF
COVAMOF is a variability management framework for product families that was developed to reduce the number of iterations required during product derivation and to reduce the depen...
Marco Sinnema, Sybren Deelstra
SERP
2003
9 years 5 months ago
Assessing Systems Adaptability to a Product Family
In many cases, product families are established on top of a successful pilot product. While this approach provides an option to measure many concrete attributes like performance a...
Mika Korhonen, Tommi Mikkonen
SPLC
2004
9 years 5 months ago
Experiences in Software Product Families: Problems and Issues During Product Derivation
A fundamental reason for investing in product families is to minimize the application engineering costs. Several organizations that employ product families, however, are becoming i...
Sybren Deelstra, Marco Sinnema, Jan Bosch
SSR
2001
73views more  SSR 2001»
9 years 5 months ago
XML implementation of frame processor
A quantitative study has shown that frame technology [1] supported by Fusion toolset can lead to reduction in time-tomarket (70%) and project costs (84%). Frame technology has bee...
Tak Wong, Stan Jarzabek, Soe Myat Swe, Ru Shen, Ho...
IWSAPF
2000
9 years 7 months ago
Software Connectors and Refinement in Family Architectures
Product families promote reuse of software artifacts such as architectures, designs and implementations. Product family architectures are difficult to create due to the need to sup...
Alexander Egyed, Nikunj R. Mehta, Nenad Medvidovic
CSMR
2004
IEEE
9 years 7 months ago
Tool Support for Traceable Product Evolution
In software product families, the full benefit of reuse can only be achieved if traceability of requirements to architecture, components and further down to source code is support...
Patricia Lago, Eila Niemelä, Hans van Vliet
MSR
2005
ACM
9 years 9 months ago
Mining evolution data of a product family
Diversiļ¬cation of software assets through changing requirements impose a constant challenge on the developers and maintainers of large software systems. Recent research has addr...
Michael Fischer, Johann Oberleitner, Jacek Ratzing...
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