Comparison of exact and approximate multi-objective optimization for software product lines

@inproceedings{Olaechea2014ComparisonOE,
  title={Comparison of exact and approximate multi-objective optimization for software product lines},
  author={Rafael Olaechea and Derek Rayside and Jianmei Guo and Krzysztof Czarnecki},
  booktitle={SPLC},
  year={2014}
}
Software product lines (SPLs) allow stakeholders to manage product variants in a systematical way and derive variants by selecting features. Finding a desirable variant is often difficult, due to the huge configuration space and usually conflicting objectives (e.g., lower cost and higher performance). This scenario can be characterized as a multi-objective optimization problem applied to SPLs. We address the problem using an exact and an approximate algorithm and compare their accuracy, time… CONTINUE READING
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