FAMA: Tooling a Framework for the Automated Analysis of Feature Models

@inproceedings{Benavides2007FAMATA,
  title={FAMA: Tooling a Framework for the Automated Analysis of Feature Models},
  author={David Benavides and Sergio Segura and Pablo Trinidad Mart{\'i}n-Arroyo and Antonio Ruiz Cort{\'e}s},
  booktitle={VaMoS},
  year={2007}
}
The history of research on the development of program-families is briefly reviewed. Two distinct problems, configuration-management and family-design are identified. It is explained that, while software configuration-management is not fundamentally different from configurationmanagement for other products, in practice, inadequate attention to family-design exacerbates all problems associated with developing and maintaining program families. It is suggested that although enumeration is useable… CONTINUE READING
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