Towards system analysis with variability model metrics

@inproceedings{Berger2014TowardsSA,
  title={Towards system analysis with variability model metrics},
  author={Thorsten Berger and Jianmei Guo},
  booktitle={VaMoS},
  year={2014}
}
Variability models are central artifacts in highly configurable systems. They aim at planning, developing, and configuring systems by describing configuration knowledge at different levels of formality. The existence of large models using a variety of modeling concepts in heterogeneous languages with intricate semantics calls for a unified measuring approach. In this position paper, we attempt to take a first step towards such a measurement. We discuss perspectives of metrics, define low-level… CONTINUE READING

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