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Enabling Model Driven Product Line Architectures

  title={Enabling Model Driven Product Line Architectures},
  author={T. Oliveira and I. M. Filho and C. Lucena and P. Alencar and D. Cowan},
  • T. Oliveira, I. M. Filho, +2 authors D. Cowan
  • Published 2004
  • Product Lines Architectures and Model Driven Architectures are techniques to achieve reuse of software assets. Combining these approaches facilitates the specification of platform independent models that can be used at stakeholders level to indicate computation independent functionality and at developers level to assist the generation of applications by means of transformations. In this scenario, our work proposes the use of Model Driven Product Lines by integrating the Features Model, which is… CONTINUE READING
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