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Software Product Lines: Going Beyond

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Context-Dependent Product Line Practice for Constructing Reliable Embedded Systems
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    Chapter 2 Configuring Software Product Line Feature Models Based on Stakeholders’ Soft and Hard Requirements
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    Chapter 3 Usage Context as Key Driver for Feature Selection
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    Chapter 4 A Flexible Approach for Generating Product-Specific Documents in Product Lines
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    Chapter 5 Formal Definition of Syntax and Semantics for Documenting Variability in Activity Diagrams
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    Chapter 6 Delta-Oriented Programming of Software Product Lines
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    Chapter 7 Architecting Automotive Product Lines: Industrial Practice
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    Chapter 8 Developing a Software Product Line for Train Control: A Case Study of CVL
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    Chapter 9 Dealing with Cost Estimation in Software Product Lines: Experiences and Future Directions
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    Chapter 10 Evolution of the Linux Kernel Variability Model
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    Chapter 11 Variability Modeling for Distributed Development – A Comparison with Established Practice
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    Chapter 12 Variability Management in Software Product Lines: An Investigation of Contemporary Industrial Challenges
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    Chapter 13 Consistent Product Line Configuration across File Type and Product Line Boundaries
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    Chapter 14 Automated Incremental Pairwise Testing of Software Product Lines
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    Chapter 15 Linking Feature Models to Code Artifacts Using Executable Acceptance Tests
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    Chapter 16 Avoiding Redundant Testing in Application Engineering
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    Chapter 17 Improving the Testing and Testability of Software Product Lines
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    Chapter 18 Architecture-Based Unit Testing of the Flight Software Product Line
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    Chapter 19 Sans Constraints? Feature Diagrams vs. Feature Models
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    Chapter 20 Mapping Extended Feature Models to Constraint Logic Programming over Finite Domains
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    Chapter 21 Stratified Analytic Hierarchy Process: Prioritization and Selection of Software Features
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    Chapter 22 Streamlining Domain Analysis for Digital Games Product Lines
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    Chapter 23 Designing and Prototyping Dynamic Software Product Lines: Techniques and Guidelines
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    Chapter 24 A Software Product Line for the Mobile and Context-Aware Applications Domain
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    Chapter 25 Using MDA for Integration of Heterogeneous Components in Software Supply Chains
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    Chapter 26 Mapping Features to Reusable Components: A Problem Frames-Based Approach
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    Chapter 27 Eliciting and Capturing Business Goals to Inform a Product Line’s Business Case and Architecture
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    Chapter 28 Aligning Business and Technical Strategies for Software Product Lines
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    Chapter 29 Non-clausal Encoding of Feature Diagram for Automated Diagnosis
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    Chapter 30 A Method to Identify Feature Constraints Based on Feature Selections Mining
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    Chapter 31 Software Product Line Engineering for Long-Lived, Sustainable Systems
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    Chapter 32 An Approach to Efficient Product Configuration in Software Product Lines
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    Chapter 33 A Hybrid Approach to Feature-Oriented Programming in XVCL
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    Chapter 34 An Approach for Developing Component-Based Groupware Product Lines Using the Groupware Workbench
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    Chapter 35 Towards Consistent Evolution of Feature Models
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    Chapter 36 SOPLE-DE: An Approach to Design Service-Oriented Product Line Architectures
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    Chapter 37 Multidimensional Classification Approach for Defining Product Line Engineering Transition Strategies
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    Chapter 38 MARTE Mechanisms to Model Variability When Analyzing Embedded Software Product Lines
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    Chapter 39 The UML «extend» Relationship as Support for Software Variability
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    Chapter 40 Feature Diagrams as Package Dependencies
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    Chapter 41 Visualizing and Analyzing Software Variability with Bar Diagrams and Occurrence Matrices
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    Chapter 42 Recent Experiences with Software Product Lines in the US Department of Defense
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    Chapter 43 Leviathan: SPL Support on Filesystem Level
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    Chapter 44 Introducing a Conceptual Model of Software Production
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    Chapter 45 Product Line Engineering in Enterprise Applications
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    Chapter 46 Case Study of Software Product Line Engineering in Insurance Product
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    Chapter 47 Using Composition Connectors to Support Software Asset Development
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    Chapter 48 Feature-to-Code Mapping in Two Large Product Lines
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    Chapter 49 The Rise and Fall of Product Line Architectures
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    Chapter 50 The Many Paths to Quality Core Assets
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    Chapter 51 Pragmatic Strategies for Variability Management in Product Lines in Small- to Medium-Size Companies
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    Chapter 52 Building Reusable Testing Assets for a Software Product Line
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    Chapter 53 Production Planning in a Software Product Line Organization
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    Chapter 54 Transforming Legacy Systems into Software Product Lines
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    Chapter 55 Systems and Software Product Line Engineering with the SPL Lifecycle Framework
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    Chapter 56 Managing Requirements in Product Lines
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    Chapter 57 Evolutionary Product Line Scoping
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    Chapter 58 Leveraging Model Driven Engineering in Software Product Line Architectures
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    Chapter 59 Introduction to Software Product Lines Adoption
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    Chapter 60 Introduction to Software Product Lines
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    Chapter 61 4th International Workshop on Dynamic Software Product Lines (DSPL 2010)
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    Chapter 62 1st International Workshop on Product-Line Engineering for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems (PLEERPS 2010)
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    Chapter 63 2nd International Workshop on Model-Driven Approaches in Software Product Line Engineering (MAPLE 2010)
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    Chapter 64 1st International Workshop on Formal Methods in Software Product Line Engineering (FMSPLE 2010)
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    Chapter 65 3rd International Workshop on Visualisation in Software Product Line Engineering (VISPLE 2010)
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    Chapter 66 4th Workshop on Assessment of Contemporary Modularization Techniques (ACOM 2010)
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    Chapter 67 2nd Workshop on Scalable Modeling Techniques for Software Product Lines (SCALE 2010)
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Title
Software Product Lines: Going Beyond
Published by
ADS, September 2010
DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-15579-6
ISBNs
978-3-64-215578-9, 978-3-64-215579-6
Editors

Bosch, Jan, Lee, Jaejoon

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Country Count As %
Brazil 2 3%
Germany 2 3%
Colombia 1 1%
Malaysia 1 1%
Canada 1 1%
Belgium 1 1%
Denmark 1 1%
Unknown 65 88%

Demographic breakdown

Readers by professional status Count As %
Student > Master 33 45%
Student > Ph. D. Student 19 26%
Student > Bachelor 9 12%
Student > Doctoral Student 5 7%
Researcher 4 5%
Other 5 7%
Readers by discipline Count As %
Computer Science 58 78%
Engineering 8 11%
Social Sciences 2 3%
Business, Management and Accounting 2 3%
Medicine and Dentistry 1 1%
Other 0 0%
Unknown 3 4%

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