Hyper-Heuristic Based Product Selection for Software Product Line Testing

@article{Ferreira2017HyperHeuristicBP,
  title={Hyper-Heuristic Based Product Selection for Software Product Line Testing},
  author={Thiago do Nascimento Ferreira and Jackson A. Prado Lima and Andrei Strickler and Josiel Neumann Kuk and Silvia Regina Vergilio and Aurora Trinidad Ramirez Pozo},
  journal={IEEE Computational Intelligence Magazine},
  year={2017},
  volume={12},
  pages={34-45}
}
A Software Product Line (SPL) is defined as a set of software systems that share a common and managed set of features satisfying specific needs of a particular market segment or domain [1]. The SPL offers a number of common artifacts for building products, including mandatory and variable elements. SPL approaches have been adopted by many software companies1 to ease reuse and reduce time and production costs. A feature represents a functionality that is visible to the user and can be designed… CONTINUE READING

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