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Using Composite Feature Models to Support Agile Software Product Line Evolution

Abstract : Managing continuous change in a Software Product Line (SPL) is one of the challenges now faced by the SPL en- gineering community. On the one hand, the SPL paradigm captures the intrinsic variability of a software based on a sys- temic vision of the software to model. On the other hand, Agile Software Development advocates the incremental de- velopment of software based on constant interaction with a customer community. In this paper, we present an approach based on Composite Feature Models (CFM) to support the agile evolution of a SPL. This study is driven by the refac- toring of a daily used application (information broadcasting system), in the context of a nationally funded project. Pre- liminary results show that CFMs support the incremental development of a SPL based on interactions with a commu- nity, tackling the challenge of SPL continuous evolution.
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Simon Urli, Mireille Blay-Fornarino, Philippe Collet, Sébastien Mosser. Using Composite Feature Models to Support Agile Software Product Line Evolution. International Workshop on Models and Evolution in MODELS Conference, Sep 2012, Innsbruck, Austria. pp.1-6. ⟨hal-01017050⟩



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