Experiences in Software Product Families: Problems and Issues During Product Derivation

@inproceedings{Deelstra2004ExperiencesIS,
  title={Experiences in Software Product Families: Problems and Issues During Product Derivation},
  author={Sybren Deelstra and Marco Sinnema and Jan Bosch},
  booktitle={SPLC},
  year={2004}
}
A fundamental reason for investing in product families is to minimize the application engineering costs. Several organizations that employ product families, however, are becoming increasingly aware of the fact that, despite the efforts in domain engineering, deriving individual products from their shared software assets is a time and effort consuming activity. In this paper we present a collection of product derivation problems that we identified during a case study at two large and mature… CONTINUE READING
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