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The DocLine method designed for developing documentation for software product lines is presented. The method makes it possible to reuse document fragments with adaptation to a particular usage context. The method provides the Documentation Reuse Language (DRL) that has a graphical part (for designing the structure of documentation packages) and a text part(More)
One of the most vital techniques in the context of software product line (SPL) evolution is refactoring – extracting and refining reusable assets and improving SPL architecture in such a way that the behavior of existing products remains unchanged. We extend the idea of SPL refactoring to technical documentation because reuse techniques could effectively be(More)
Domain-Specific Modeling (DSM) approach is developing in connection with problems of UML practical usage. This approach is intended for faster development of new visual languages, graphics editors, and tools of code generation, oriented for various problem domains. Commonly, DSM approach is applied within the bounds of a single software company for(More)
The paper is devoted to the validation of visual software models. The aim of the validation is to verify whether the models match the visual project language, which is a dialect of a standard visual modeling language (UML, SDL, etc.) created with regard to specific features of the particular project on software development. In the paper, an architecture of(More)
Transition to e-government services is a worldwide tendency. However, each country possesses its own specifics, which need to be taken into account. The given study is dedicated to transition towards e-government services in Russia. A method for formal specification of Russian government services is presented. This method can be used for e-government(More)
Open data can increase transparency and accountability of a country government, leading to free information sharing and stimulation of new innovations. This paper analyses government open data policy as well as open data initiatives and trends in Russian Federation. The OCDE analytical framework for national open government data portals and supporting(More)