Generic Modeling using UML extensions for variability

@inproceedings{Clau2001GenericMU,
  title={Generic Modeling using UML extensions for variability},
  author={Matthias Clau\ss},
  year={2001}
}
The abstract modeling of variability between members of a product family is necessary for development with reuse and realized using variation points and optional elements. The UML can be easily extended in standardized ways. Therefore, even extensions can be standardized in form of a UML profile. With variation points and optional elements generic models in UML are developed. Thus they use all advantages of UML, e.g. tool support and standardization. 

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