An Approach for Developing Groupware Product Lines Based on the 3C Collaboration Model

@inproceedings{Gadelha2009AnAF,
  title={An Approach for Developing Groupware Product Lines Based on the 3C Collaboration Model},
  author={Bruno F. Gadelha and Ingrid Nunes and Hugo Fuks and Carlos J. P. Lucena},
  booktitle={CRIWG},
  year={2009}
}
Software Product Lines (SPLs) are a new software engineering technology that aims at promoting reduced time and costs in the development of system families by the exploitation of applications commonalities. Given that different Groupware applications typically share a lot of functionalities, Groupware Product Lines (GPLs) have emerged to incorporate SPL benefits to the Groupware development. In this paper, we propose an approach for developing GPLs, which incorporates SPL techniques to allow… 

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