Uniform Variability Management at the Model Level

Jean-Christophe Trigaux, Patrick Heymans

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Abstract

Varied diagrams are obtained simply by adding variation points (VP) to any graphical formalism. They are intended to deal with product lines, and they encode the differences between products or more precisely the places where the differences are situated. We propose a generic semantics for varied diagrams. The treatment of variation can thus be harmonized in the whole development, e.g. in UML diagrams and program code, supporting thus an integrated Model-Driven Development Approach (MDD) for product lines (PL).
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of 1st European Workshop on Model Transformation (EWMT'05) held in conjunction with the 9th International Software Product Line Conference (SPLC'05)
EditorsD Deveaux, I Borne
Publication statusPublished - 2005

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