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Software Product Line Engineering - Foundations, Principles, and Techniques
In this book, Pohl and his co-authors present a framework for software product line engineering which they have developed based on their academic as well as industrial experience gained in projects over the last eight years. Expand
Software product lines in action - the best industrial practice in product line engineering
The authors combine academic research results with real-world industrial experiences, thus presenting a broad view on product line engineering so that both managers and technical specialists will benefit from exposure to this work. Expand
The Koala Component Model for Consumer Electronics Software
The Koala model, a component-oriented approach detailed in this article, is their way of handling the diversity of software in consumer electronics. Expand
Software Product Families in Europe: The Esaps & Café Projects
  • F. V. Linden
  • Engineering, Computer Science
  • IEEE Softw.
  • 1 July 2002
The EU and European governments have been funding product family development projects for years. Expand
Development Process
One of the aims of the ARES project is to “help to design reliable systems with embedded software that satisfy important quality requirements, evolve gracefully and may be built in-time andExpand
A parallel object-oriented language with inheritance and subtyping
This paper shows that inheritance and subtyping can be introduced advantageously into a parallel object-oriented language with a strong typing scheme which includes genericity and dynamic binding. Expand
Software Product Family Evaluation
This paper proposes a 4-dimensional software product family engineering evaluation model. Expand
Software product lines in action
Software Architecture for Product Families: Principles and Practice
In Software Architecture for Product Families, experts from one of the worlds most advanced software domain engineering projects share in-depth insights about the techniques that work -and those that dont. Expand