Type safety for feature-oriented product lines

@article{Apel2010TypeSF,
  title={Type safety for feature-oriented product lines},
  author={Sven Apel and Christian K{\"a}stner and Armin Gr{\"o}\sslinger and Christian Lengauer},
  journal={Automated Software Engineering},
  year={2010},
  volume={17},
  pages={251-300}
}
A feature-oriented product line is a family of programs that share a common set of features. A feature implements a stakeholder’s requirement and represents a design decision or configuration option. When added to a program, a feature involves the introduction of new structures, such as classes and methods, and the refinement of existing ones, such as extending methods. A feature-oriented decomposition enables a generator to create an executable program by composing feature code solely on the… CONTINUE READING
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