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This 2004 report summarizes the presentations and discussions from the Sixth Department of Defense (DoD) Product Line Practice Workshop in September 2003.
This 2003 report characterizes the status of measurement associated with the operation of a software product line, suggests a small set of measures to support its management, and provides guidance for those establishing measurement activities within a software product line.
This 2001 report describes the approach a DoD organization used to develop alternative acquisition strategies and analyzes the pros and cons of each.
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 report documents NUWC's approach for measurement by describing the Goal-Driven Software Measurement approach and providing early results of the measurement program.
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 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 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.
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 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.