Software Product Lines: Experience and Research Directions / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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- Springer US
|Series:||The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science , #576|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.05(d)|
Table of Contents
Organizing Committee. Program Committee. Conference Chair's Preface. Program Co-Chairs' Preface. Session 1: Practice and Experience. Domain-Oriented Engineering of Elevator Control Software; K. Lee, et al. Cummins's Experience in Developing a Software Product Line Architecture for Real-time Embedded Diesel Engine Controls; J.C. Dager. Applying Feature Models in Industrial Settings; A. Hein, et al. Session 2: Organization and Management. Remember the Basics; T. Wappler. Strategic Product Development; J. Van Zyl, A.J. Walker. A Cooperative Model for Cross-Divisional Product Development for a Software Product Line; P. Toft, et al. Session 3: Methods. Aspect-Oriented Analysis for Product Line Architecture; T. Kishi, N. Noda. The SPLIT Method; M. Coriat, et al. CoPAM: A Component-Oriented Platform Architecting Method Family for Product Family Engineering; P. America, et al. Session 4: Process. Government Product Lines; W.G. Wood. Model-Based Requirements Engineering for Product Lines; G. Böckle. Value-Based Software Engineering (VBSE); S.R. Faulk, et al. Session 5: Components. Object-Oriented Frameworks and Product Lines; D. Batory, et al. Two Novel Concepts for Systematic Product Line Development; A. Pasetti, W. Pree. Implementing Product-Line Features by Composing Aspects; M.L. Griss. Component-Based Product Line Development: The KobrA Approach; C. Atkinson, et al. Session 6: Architecture. Freeing Product Line Architectures from Execution Dependencies; B.S. Doerr, D. Sharp. An Interface-Based Platform Approach; B.J. Pronk. Component-Based Product Line Development of Avionics Software; D.C. Sharp. A Computing Model of Product Lines for Distributed Processing Systems, its Product Sets, and its Applications; Y. Morisawa. Session 7: Tools and Techniques. A Hierarchy of COTS Certification Criteria; S. Yacoub, et al. The SSEP Toolset for Product Line Development; D. Stuart, et al. Development/Maintenance/Reuse: Software Evolution in Product Lines; S.R. Schach, A. Tomer. Developing Engineered Product Support Applications; H.J. Hoover, et al. Session 8: Domain Engineering. Domain Engineered Configuration Control; M. Ardis, et al. Starting a Product Line Approach for an Envisioned Market; S. Thiel, F. Peruzzi. Scoping Software Product Lines; K. Schmid.