Soheila Bashardoust-Tajali

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Variability in software architecture is a multi-facet problem, and domain-related variation is one of these several facets. In this paper, we focus exclusively on this one aspect of variation in software architecture, namely domain-related variation (or domain variability [4]). Our goal is to review existing frameworks and tools that address domain(More)
Software testing is the traditional way to verify the functionality of a given software system against its requirements. In domain engineering, these requirements consist of variabilities and commonalities observed in a domain and captured in a domain model [5]. We remark that the latter may be used to obtain an elaborate design; however tests cannot be(More)
Scenarios are useful in modeling external behavior of a system, and design patterns are useful in bridging from what is required to how to build it in a given context. Together, scenarios and design patterns, can be a basis for an effective approach to modeling and evaluating alternative designs of event-driven reactive systems. However, both techniques are(More)
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