Software product line engineering for Web services and UML

  title={Software product line engineering for Web services and UML},
  author={Hassan Gomaa and Mazen Saleh},
  journal={The 3rd ACS/IEEE International Conference onComputer Systems and Applications, 2005.},
Summary form only given. A software product line consists of a family of software systems that have some common functionality and some variable functionality. A better understanding of the product line can be obtained by considering the different perspectives, such as requirements modeling, static modeling, and dynamic modeling. This paper describes a multiple view UML based product line modeling approach for modeling software product lines based on Web services. 


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