Showing 1 - 8 of 8 results for Publish Year - 2002 Software Product Lines
This 2002 report outlines the state of software product line practice in industry. The report blends a case study with the results of a product line questionnaire that was sent to organizations with meaningful product line experiences and with the results of a product line workshop held during the recent International Conference on Software Reuse.
This case study describes the Naval Undersea Warfare Center's (NWUC) efforts to sustain and support the evolution of RangeWare, a software product line asset base used to test range operations.
This 2002 case study outlines the efforts of Salion, Inc., an enterprise software company providing Revenue Acquisition Management solutions tailored to the unique needs of automotive suppliers.
This 2002 report explores the relationship between software product line practice, as defined by the Framework for Software Product Line Practice, and software engineering process discipline, as defined by the CMMI models.
This report presents a vision for software product lines as an acquisition focus and suggests extensions to current Department of Defense policy and practices to increase the awareness of and receptivity to product line acquisition.
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 report presents the concept of practice scenarios for architecture reconstruction.