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Issues Concerning Variability In Software Product Lines

Mikael Svahnberg, J. Bosch
Published 2000 · Computer Science

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Product-line architectures, i.e. a software architecture and component set shared by a family of products, represents a promising approach to achieving reuse of software. Several companies are initiating or have recently adopted a product-line architecture. However, little experience is available with respect to the evolution of the products, the software components and the software architecture. Due to the higher level of interdependency between the various software assets, software evolution is a more complex process. In this paper we discuss issues regarding variability that may help or cause problems when designing solutions for managing variability.
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