Composition of applications based on software product lines using architecture fragments and component sets

Abstract

Software product lines (SPL) are a popular concept to represent commonalities and variability among a family of software systems. In many approaches to SPL engineering, feature modelling is used to specify which common and different features instances of an SPL can have. By mapping features to components realising that feature, the software architecture of… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/2578128.2578239

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@inproceedings{Krner2014CompositionOA, title={Composition of applications based on software product lines using architecture fragments and component sets}, author={Marco K{\"o}rner and Sebastian Herold and Andreas Rausch}, booktitle={WICSA Companion}, year={2014} }