Book Volume 2379 2002

Software Product Lines

Second International Conference, SPLC 2 San Diego, CA, USA, August 19–22, 2002 Proceedings


ISBN: 978-3-540-43985-1 (Print) 978-3-540-45652-0 (Online)

Table of contents (24 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-X

  2. Chapter

    Pages 1-14

    On the Influence of Variabilities on the Application-Engineering Process of a Product Family

  3. Chapter

    Pages 15-36

    Representing Variability in Software Product Lines: A Case Study

  4. Chapter

    Pages 37-48

    Variation Management for Software Production Lines

  5. Chapter

    Pages 49-59

    Adopting and Institutionalizing a Product Line Culture

  6. Chapter

    Pages 60-67

    Establishing a Software Product Line in an Immature Domain

  7. Chapter

    Pages 68-89

    Critical Factors for a Successful Platform-Based Product Family Approach

  8. Chapter

    Pages 90-109

    Product Line Architecture and the Separation of Concerns

  9. Chapter

    Pages 110-129

    Model-Driven Product Line Architectures

  10. Chapter

    Pages 130-153

    Systematic Integration of Variability into Product Line Architecture Design

  11. Chapter

    Pages 154-175

    Adaptable Components for Software Product Line Engineering

  12. Chapter

    Pages 176-187

    Using First-Order Logic for Product Line Model Validation

  13. Chapter

    Pages 188-197

    Product Line Annotations with UML-F

  14. Chapter

    Pages 198-216

    Feature Modeling: A Meta-Model to Enhance Usability and Usefulness

  15. Chapter

    Pages 217-234

    Feature-Based Product Line Instantiation Using Source-Level Packages

  16. Chapter

    Pages 235-256

    Feature Interaction and Dependencies: Modeling Features for Reengineering a Legacy Product Line

  17. Chapter

    Pages 257-271

    Maturity and Evolution in Software Product Lines: Approaches, Artefacts and Organization

  18. Chapter

    Pages 272-283

    Evolutionary Introduction of Software Product Lines

  19. Chapter

    Pages 284-298

    Governance Polarities of Internal Product Lines

  20. Chapter

    Pages 299-315

    Performance Analysis of Component-Based Applications

  21. Chapter

    Pages 316-327

    Using the Options Analysis for Reengineering (OAR) Method for Mining Components for a Product Line

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