Introducing Product Line Engineering in a Bottom-up Approach

@inproceedings{UlfatBunyadi2016IntroducingPL,
  title={Introducing Product Line Engineering in a Bottom-up Approach},
  author={Nelufar Ulfat-Bunyadi and R. Meis and Nazila Gol Mohammadi and M. Heisel},
  booktitle={ICSOFT-PT},
  year={2016}
}
  • Nelufar Ulfat-Bunyadi, R. Meis, +1 author M. Heisel
  • Published in ICSOFT-PT 2016
  • Computer Science
  • The optimal way for introducing a product line is to set up a completely new product line by developing a reuse infrastructure for the whole range of products right from the start. However, in practice, product line engineering is frequently introduced by a company after having developed a number of products separately (i.e. in single system engineering). The challenge then consists of defining the product line based on these existing products, i.e. to a certain extent these products have to be… CONTINUE READING

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