Technical Report : Evaluating Formal Properties of Feature Diagram Languages

@inproceedings{Schobbens2007TechnicalR,
  title={Technical Report : Evaluating Formal Properties of Feature Diagram Languages},
  author={Pierre-Yves Schobbens and Jean-Christophe Trigaux and Raimundas Matulevicius and Yves Bontemps},
  year={2007}
}
Feature Diagrams (FDs) are a family of popular modelling languages, mainly used for engineering requirements in software product lines. FDs were first introduced by Kang et al. as part of the FODA (Feature Oriented Domain Analysis) method back in 1990. Since then, various extensions of FODA FD were devised to compensate for purported ambiguity and lack of precision and expressiveness. Recently, we surveyed these notations and provided them with a generic formal syntax and semantics, called FFD… CONTINUE READING

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