Integrating feature modeling with the RSEB

@inproceedings{Griss1998IntegratingFM,
  title={Integrating feature modeling with the RSEB},
  author={Martin L. Griss and John M. Favaro and Massimo D'Alessandro},
  booktitle={ICSR},
  year={1998}
}
We have integrated the feature modeling of FeatureOriented Domain Analysis (FODA) into the processes and workproducts of the Reuse-Driven Software Engineering Business (RSEB). The RSEB is a use-case driven systematic reuse process: architecture and reusable subsystems are first described by use cases and then transformed into object models that are traceable to these use cases. Variability in the RSEB is captured by structuring use case and object models using explicit variation points and… CONTINUE READING
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