Software Product-Line Engineering: A Family-Based Software Development Process

@inproceedings{Weiss1999SoftwarePE,
  title={Software Product-Line Engineering: A Family-Based Software Development Process},
  author={David M. Weiss and Chi Tau Robert Lai},
  year={1999}
}
(Each chapter concludes with a Summary, Nomenclature Introduced, and Readings. Foreword. Preface. 1. Introduction: The Need for Families. The Dilemma of Careful Engineering and Rapid Production. Problems FAST Addresses. Applications of FAST. Benefits of FAST. What Can Readers Expect? 2. Family-Oriented Software Production. Basic Assumptions. FAST Strategies. Foundations for Engineering Families. The Role of Abstractions in Identifying and Designing Families. The Role of Information Hiding and… CONTINUE READING

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