Evidence-based SMarty Support for Variability Identification and Representation in Component Models

@inproceedings{Bera2015EvidencebasedSS,
  title={Evidence-based SMarty Support for Variability Identification and Representation in Component Models},
  author={Marcio H. G. Bera and Edson Oliveira and Thelma Elita Colanzi},
  booktitle={ICEIS},
  year={2015}
}
Variability modeling is an essential activity for the success of software product lines. Although existing literature presents several variability management approaches, there is no empirical evidence of their effectiveness for representing variability at component level. SMarty is an UML-based variability management approach that currently supports use case, class, activity, sequence and component models. SMarty 5.1 provides a fully compliant UML profile (SMartyProfile) with stereotypes and… CONTINUE READING

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