Manifoldness of Variability Modeling - Considering the Potential for Further Integration

@inproceedings{Reiser2007ManifoldnessOV,
  title={Manifoldness of Variability Modeling - Considering the Potential for Further Integration},
  author={Mark-Oliver Reiser and Ramin Tavakoli Kolagari and Matthias Weber},
  booktitle={CEE-SET},
  year={2007}
}
A major problem in the manufacture of optical fibre cables is the strain to which the fibres are subjected, which strain could damage the fibres. To enable this strain to be monitored, and hence remedial action to be taken, one or more metallic elements are incorporated in the cable, each such element with its insulation being similar in thickness to an optical fibre with its sheath. The electrical resistance of the metallic elements varies very little with temperature, but does vary with… 
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