Comparison of software product line architecture design methods: COPA, FAST, FORM, KobrA and QADA

@article{Matinlassi2004ComparisonOS,
  title={Comparison of software product line architecture design methods: COPA, FAST, FORM, KobrA and QADA},
  author={Mari Matinlassi},
  journal={Proceedings. 26th International Conference on Software Engineering},
  year={2004},
  pages={127-136}
}
Product line architectures (PLAs) have been undercontinuous attention in the software research communityduring the past few years. Although several methods havebeen established to create PLAs there are not availablestudies comparing PLA methods. Five methods are knownto answer the needs of software product lines: COPA,FAST, FORM, KobrA and QADA. In this paper, anevaluation framework is introduced for comparing PLAdesign methods. The framework considers the methodsfrom the points of view of… CONTINUE READING

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