Achieving Extensibility Through Product-Lines and Domain-Specific Languages: A Case Study1

  • Don Batoryα, Clay Johnsonβ, Bob MacDonaldβ, Dale von Heederβ
  • Published 2000


This is a case study in the use of product-line architectures (PLAs) and domain-specific languages (DSLs) to design an extensible command-and-control simulator for Army fire support. The reusable components of our PLA are layers or “aspects” whose addition or removal simultaneously impacts the source code of multiple objects in multiple, distributed… (More)


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