Systems Variability Modeling: A Textual Model Mixing Class and Feature Concepts

@article{Younis2013SystemsVM,
  title={Systems Variability Modeling: A Textual Model Mixing Class and Feature Concepts},
  author={Ola Younis and Said Ghoul and Mohammad H. Alomari},
  journal={CoRR},
  year={2013},
  volume={abs/1311.3243}
}
System’s reusability and cost are very important in software product line design area. Developers’ goal is to increase system reusability and decreasing cost and efforts for building components from scratch for each software configuration. This can be reached by developing software product line (SPL). To handle SPL engineering process, several approaches with several techniques were developed. One of these approaches is called separated approach. It requires separating the commonalities and… CONTINUE READING
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