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Mike Phillips and Harry Levinson examine the intersection of three themes that emerged during the SEI’s work with one government program: product line practices, software sustainment, and public-private partnerships.
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.
This report describes the architecture reconstruction process that was followed when the SEI performed architecture reconstructions on three small automotive motor systems.
This collection includes two decades of SEI work on software product lines.
This 2008 presentation was delivered by Jörg Bartholdt, Bernd Franke, C. Schwanninger, and Michael Stal of Siemens AG.
This report offers a case study of organizations that have adopted a software product line approach for developing a family of software-intensive systems.
This 2003 technical note describes an ATAM evaluation of the software architecture for an avionics system developed for the Technology Applications Program Office (TAPO) of the U.S. Army Special Operations Command Office.
The Arcade Game Maker product line is an example product line created to support learning about and experimenting with software product lines in the classroom.
This report describes how various C4ISR products can be used in the context of an ATAM evaluation and their relative value for generating quality attribute-specific scenarios required for an ATAM evaluation.
This report highlights the mutual benefits of combining systematic reuse approaches from product line development with flexible approaches for implementing business processes in a service oriented architecture.