An architecture process maturity model of software product line engineering

  title={An architecture process maturity model of software product line engineering},
  author={Faheem Ahmed and Luiz Fernando Capretz},
  journal={Innovations in Systems and Software Engineering},
Software architecture has been a key research area in the software engineering community due to its significant role in creating high-quality software. The trend of developing product lines rather than single products has made the software product line a viable option in the industry. Software product line architecture (SPLA) is regarded as one of the crucial components in the product lines, since all of the resulting products share this common architecture. The increased popularity of software… CONTINUE READING

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