Second-Generation Product Line Engineering: A Case Study at General Motors

@inproceedings{Flores2013SecondGenerationPL,
  title={Second-Generation Product Line Engineering: A Case Study at General Motors},
  author={Rick Flores and Charles W. Krueger and Paul C. Clements},
  booktitle={Systems and Software Variability Management},
  year={2013}
}
This chapter is the story of a product line engineering effort under way at General Motors. The product line involves the electronic control systems placed aboard vehicles during manufacturing. 

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