Configuring Software Product Line Feature Models Based on Stakeholders' Soft and Hard Requirements

@inproceedings{Bagheri2010ConfiguringSP,
  title={Configuring Software Product Line Feature Models Based on Stakeholders' Soft and Hard Requirements},
  author={Ebrahim Bagheri and Tommaso Di Noia and Azzurra Ragone and Dragan Gasevic},
  booktitle={SPLC},
  year={2010}
}
Feature modeling is a technique for capturing commonality and variability. Feature models symbolize a representation of the possible application configuration space, and can be customized based on specific domain requirements and stakeholder goals. Most feature model configuration processes neglect the need to have a holistic approach towards the integration and satisfaction of the stakeholder’s soft and hard constraints, and the applicationdomain integrity constraints. In this paper, we will… CONTINUE READING
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