José A. Galindo

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The automated analysis of feature models is a flourishing research topic that has called the attention of both researchers and practitioners during the last two decades. During this time, the number of tools and techniques enabling the analysis of feature models has increased and also their complexity. In this scenario, the lack of specific testing(More)
Successful software evolves, more and more commonly, from a single system to a set of system variants tailored to meet the similiar and yet different functionality required by the distinct clients and users. Software Product Line Engineering (SPLE) is a software development paradigm that has proven effective for coping with this scenario. At the core of(More)
The increasing complexity and cost of software-intensive systems has led developers to seek ways of reusing software components across development projects. One approach to increasing software reusability is to develop a Software Product-line (SPL), which is a software architecture that can be reconfigured and reused across projects. Rather than developing(More)
The automated analysis of variability models in general and feature models in particular is a thriving research topic. There have been numerous contributions along the last twenty years in this area including both, research papers and tools. However, the lack of realistic variability models to evaluate those techniques and tools is recognized as a major(More)
In industrial settings, products are rarely developed by one organization alone. Software vendors and suppliers typically maintain their own product lines, which can contribute to a larger (multi) product line. The teams involved often use different approaches and tools to manage the variability of their systems. It is unrealistic to assume that all(More)
Software product lines are used to develop a set of software products that, while being different, share a common set of features. Feature models are used as a compact representation of all the products (e.g., possible configurations) of the product line. The number of products that a feature model encodes may grow exponentially with the number of features.(More)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.infsof.2015.02.002 0950-5849/ 2015 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved. ⇑ Corresponding author at: Department of Computer Languages and Systems, University of Seville, Spain. E-mail addresses: jagalindo@us.es, jagalindo@inria.fr (J.A. Galindo), deepak. dhungana@siemens.com (D. Dhungana), rick.rabiser@jku.at (R. Rabiser),(More)
The use of domain-specific languages (DSLs) has become a successful technique in the development of complex systems. Nevertheless, the construction of this type of languages is time-consuming and requires highly-specialized knowledge and skills. An emerging practice to facilitate this task is to enable reuse through the definition of language modules which(More)
A proliferation of mobile smartphone platforms, including Android devices, has triggered a rise in mobile application development for a diverse set of situations. Testing of these smartphone applications can be exceptionally difficult, due to the challenges of orchestrating production-scale quantities of smartphones, such as difficulty in managing thousands(More)