Visualizing product line requirement selection decisions

Mike Mannion, David Sellier

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Abstract

A software product line is defined as a set of software products sharing a set of common features but containing significant variability. Mature software product lines generate a large number of variable requirements and complex inter-dependencies between them. A significant challenge is to provide engineers with clear and understandable views of these inter-dependencies and their impact. This paper presents a visualisation meta-model for representing inter-dependencies between product line and describes a tool to realise these visualisations.
Original languageEnglish
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Publication statusPublished - Sep 2007

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Keywords

  • visualizing
  • product line requirement
  • selection decisions

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