Automated Analysis of Orthogonal Variability Models. A First Step

@inproceedings{RoosFrantz2008AutomatedAO,
  title={Automated Analysis of Orthogonal Variability Models. A First Step},
  author={Fabricia Roos-Frantz and Sergio Segura},
  booktitle={SPLC},
  year={2008}
}
The automated analysis of variability models is a challenge to be reached in SPLE (Software Product Line Engineering). Only recently researchers have devoted their attention to the reasoning on these models. However, their work has focused on Feature Models. Orthogonal Variability Modeling (OVM) is one of the approaches for modeling variability in software product line. Hence, an automated support is needed to reasoning on orthogonal variability models (OVMs). Although the automated analysis of… CONTINUE READING

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