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The focus of this 2003 technical report is how evolutionary changes affect the various types of assets in a software product line.
This report synthesizes the workshop presentations and discussions from the Fifth Software Engineering Institute Product Line Practice Workshop, held in December 2000.
This 2005 report presents SIMPLE, a general-purpose business model that supports the estimation of the costs and benefits in a product line development organization.
This report expands on the testing practice area described by Clements and Northrop. Test-related activities that can be used to form the test process for a product line organization are described.
This report synthesizes the presentations and discussions from the 1999 Product Line Practice Workshop, which described practices and issues associated with tool support for software product lines.
This 2002 technical note examines the significant characteristics of the production plans of three hypothetical organizations that create product lines of home integration systems.
This 2002 technical report provides guidance for creating, using, and evaluating a production plan, which is a description of how core assets are to be used to develop a product in a product line.
This 2004 report presents the results of a study that focused on how product line organizations create products.
This 2005 report provides an end-to-end view of the activities that are needed to support the automatic derivation of products within a software product line.
This document describes the activities and practices in which an organization must be competent before it can benefit from fielding a product line of software systems.