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Generative programming - methods, tools and applications

@inproceedings{Czarnecki2000GenerativeP,
  title={Generative programming - methods, tools and applications},
  author={K. Czarnecki and Ulrich W. Eisenecker},
  year={2000}
}
  • K. Czarnecki, Ulrich W. Eisenecker
  • Published 2000
  • Computer Science
  • 1. What Is This Book About? From Handcrafting to Automated Assembly Lines. Generative Programming. Benefits and Applicability. I. ANALYSIS AND DESIGN METHODS AND TECHNIQUES. 2. Domain Engineering. Why Is This Chapter Worth Reading? What Is Domain Engineering? Domain Analysis. Domain Design and Domain Implementation. Application Engineering. Product-Line Practices. Key Domain Engineering Concepts. Domain. Domain Scope and Scoping. Relationships between Domains. Features and Feature Models… CONTINUE READING

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