Variability Management in Dynamic Software Product Lines: A Systematic Mapping

  title={Variability Management in Dynamic Software Product Lines: A Systematic Mapping},
  author={Gabriela Guedes and Carla Schuenemann and Monique Soares and Jaelson Brelaz de Castro},
  journal={2015 IX Brazilian Symposium on Components, Architectures and Reuse Software},
Dynamic Software Product Lines (DSPLs) are SPLs in which the product configuration may occur at runtime. Over the last decade, DSPL has gained the interest of researchers as a way of modelling and developing dynamically adaptive systems. We have conducted a systematic mapping to discover how variability is modelled in DSPL approaches and which information is used to guide variability binding at runtime. This paper presents the results of our systematic mapping, which can be used to identify… CONTINUE READING
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