Ontological approach to derive product configurations from a Software Product Line Reference Architecture

@inproceedings{Losavio2016OntologicalAT,
  title={Ontological approach to derive product configurations from a Software Product Line Reference Architecture},
  author={Francisca Losavio and Oscar Ordaz and St{\'e}phane Jean},
  year={2016}
}
Software Product Lines (SPL) based on reuse, claim to improve evolution, time to market and decrease software development costs. Concrete software products or systems, members of the SPL family, are derived by instantiating a generic Reference Architecture (RA), holding common and variant components. The construction of RA is a complex and costly task, as well as its usage for product derivation, due to the huge number of variants, essentially caused by non functional requirements variability… CONTINUE READING

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