Automated Analysis in Feature Modelling and Product Configuration

  title={Automated Analysis in Feature Modelling and Product Configuration},
  author={David Benavides and Alexander Felfernig and Jos{\'e} A. Galindo and Florian Reinfrank},
The automated analysis of feature models is one of the thriving topics of research in the software product line and variability management communities that has attracted more attention in the last years. A recent literature review reported that more than 30 analysis operations have been identified and different analysis mechanisms have been proposed. Product configuration is a well established research field with more than 30 years of successful applications in different industrial domains. Our… CONTINUE READING
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