On quantitative requirements for product lines

Axel Legay, Gilles Perrouin

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Software Product Line Engineering (SPLE) aims at developing a large number of software systems that share a common and managed set of features [5]. In the past years, it has been an active area in both research and industry. SPLE aims at improving productivity and reducing the time, effort, and cost required to develop a family of products (also called variants). The key point to achieve this goal is to manage the variability among various products of a Software Product Line (SPL). Variability is commonly expressed in terms of features, i.e., units of difference between software products. A product can thus be viewed as a set of features. Dependencies between features are typically represented in a Feature Model (FM) [11], whose ultimate purpose is to define which combinations of features (that is, which products) are valid [16]. Behavior of both the features and the core behavior (i.e., the behavior shared by all products in the line) may be represented by (variants of) state machines [3, 13].

langue originaleAnglais
titreProceedings - VaMoS 2017
Sous-titre11th International Workshop on Variability Modelling of Software-Intensive Systems
rédacteurs en chefIna Schaefer, Maurice H. ter Beek, Norbert Siegmund
Lieu de publicationEindhoven
EditeurACM Press
Pages2-4
Nombre de pages3
ISBN (Electronique)9781450348119
ISBN (imprimé)978-1-4503-2138-9
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étatPublié - 1 févr. 2017

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Legay, A., & Perrouin, G. (2017). On quantitative requirements for product lines. Dans I. Schaefer, M. H. ter Beek, & N. Siegmund (eds.), Proceedings - VaMoS 2017: 11th International Workshop on Variability Modelling of Software-Intensive Systems (p. 2-4). Eindhoven: ACM Press. https://doi.org/10.1145/3023956.3023970
Legay, Axel ; Perrouin, Gilles. / On quantitative requirements for product lines. Proceedings - VaMoS 2017: 11th International Workshop on Variability Modelling of Software-Intensive Systems. Editeur / Ina Schaefer ; Maurice H. ter Beek ; Norbert Siegmund. Eindhoven : ACM Press, 2017. p. 2-4
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Proceedings - VaMoS 2017: 11th International Workshop on Variability Modelling of Software-Intensive Systems. Ed. / Ina Schaefer; Maurice H. ter Beek; Norbert Siegmund. Eindhoven : ACM Press, 2017. p. 2-4.

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Legay A, Perrouin G. On quantitative requirements for product lines. Dans Schaefer I, ter Beek MH, Siegmund N, rédacteurs en chef, Proceedings - VaMoS 2017: 11th International Workshop on Variability Modelling of Software-Intensive Systems. Eindhoven: ACM Press. 2017. p. 2-4 https://doi.org/10.1145/3023956.3023970