Software product lines: practices and patterns [Book Review]

@article{Long2002SoftwarePL,
  title={Software product lines: practices and patterns [Book Review]},
  author={C. A. Long},
  journal={IEEE Software},
  year={2002},
  volume={19},
  pages={131-132}
}
F or consumers, product lines mean presenting them with a managed range of products. All the products are variants tailored to meet specific market requirements but share certain parts and characteristics. For example, some products seem diverse: a veggie cheeseburger sandwich and a bacon and egg bap. They might be dressed differently, but they derive from the burger chain’s product line. They share components, cooking methods, and assembly processes. Software product lines attempt to use this… CONTINUE READING
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