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This report describes the architecture reconstruction process that was followed when the SEI performed architecture reconstructions on three small automotive motor systems.
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 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 2005 report summarizes discussions and presentations from the Seventh Department of Defense (DoD) Product Line Practice Workshop.
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 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 1997 report synthesizes the presentations and discussions from the 1996 SEI Product Line Practice Workshop. In this workshop, participants identified factors involved in product line practices and analyzed issues in the areas of architecture, people-organization-management, and business models.
This report describes the experience of a company that builds large, complex, embedded, real-time shipboard command-and-control systems as a product line.
This 2005 technical note addresses product line adoption in the context of an organization that is using the CMMI models to guide its process improvement effort.
This 2004 report introduces a variant of the Factory Pattern called the Adoption Factory pattern that provides a generic roadmap to guide a manageable, phased product line adoption strategy.