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Applied software product line engineering.


Applied software product line engineering.

Ed. by Kyo C. Kang et al.

CRC Press


539 pages




The notion underlying software product line engineering is that most software companies specialize in products for a particular domain, so to some degree any new product is a variant of a previous one. Software engineers, information and communication scholars, and other contributors set out a systematic procedure for creating new products quickly and cheaply by reusing existing product line assets such as common architectures and components. They cover organizational and managerial issues, methodologies and processes, technical issues, and industry experience and case studies. Among specific topics are evaluating product family development using the balanced scorecard approach, adopting software product lines to develop autonomic pervasive systems, feature oriented analysis and design for dynamically reconfigurable product lines, and evaluating design options in embedded automotive product lines.

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Date:Jun 1, 2010
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