Showing 1 - 10 of 11 results for Publish Year - 2001 Software Product Lines
The report summarizes the workshop presentations and discussions from the Fourth Department of Defense (DoD) Software Product Line Practice Workshop, held in March 2001.
This 2001 report provides a practical introduction to product line requirements modeling. The report describes product line analysis in the context of product line development and shows how a requirements model is built based on object modeling, use-case modeling, and feature-modeling techniques.
This report synthesizes the workshop presentations and discussions from the Fifth Software Engineering Institute Product Line Practice Workshop, held in December 2000.
This 2001 report describes the approach a DoD organization used to develop alternative acquisition strategies and analyzes the pros and cons of each.
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 describes the architecture reconstruction process that was followed when the SEI performed architecture reconstructions on three small automotive motor systems.
This book provides a framework of specific practices, with detailed case studies, to guide the implementation of product lines in your organization.
This 2001 report is a case study of the Control Channel Toolkit (CCT), a software asset base for a software product line of ground-based spacecraft command and control systems built under the direction of the NRO.
OAR is a systematic, architecture-centric, decision-making method for mining existing components for a product line or new software architecture.
This paper presents experience with explicitly managing variability within a software architecture.