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Am currently working on software product line testing. is it possible to generate test cases from feature model or is there another way to generate cases without the feature model. thank you
I am new in the field of software product line please suggest me best tool for software product line and how i can use it if u have some tutorial or e-book or some material related to that tool please tell me.
I need to draw a feature tree. I have been trying to use Feature IDE for Eclipse. But it is not working. Please suggest me some other tool that I can use for creating the feature diagram of a Software Product Line. Dependency relations such as optional feature, mandatory feature, cardinality etc. should also be shown in the diagram.
How can we monitor the change in feature model(intertion of new feature ,constraint or deletion of any feature) dynamically.?
We aim to build a data set composed by Java SPLs for analysis.
I am interested in Software Product Lines (SPLs). Can anyone point me towards canonical/seminal literature about their fundamental concepts (books, papers, etc.)? Thank you!
I have tried optimizing the H+ and H. using the DFT calculations of the Wavefunction Spartan package without getting any meaningful thermodynamic parameters of these two species.
Is there any technique to prioritize the test cases for software product lines which reduce the cost of software testing?
Hello, If I want to adopt the SPL concepts to an existing code base. (I want to shift it from a single product to a product family with different features). what are the ways I can utilize to transfer the models to code (mainly core assets) to be used later? Is there an automated way? How about managing the variability? Only wrappers and ifdefs are used at the code level?
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From a feature tree either a feature gets selected or it doesn't get selected. It's more binary than probabilistic. Still, if I want to represent a feature tree by a probabilistic network what approach should I follow? Can anyone help, please?
The aim of the question is gather information about the Modeling Languages used by Requirements Engineering community and in particular for Software Product Lines in Domain Engineering phase.
Software variability can be supported by providing adaptations on top of a program’s core behavior. For defining and composing adaptations in a program, different paradigms have been proposed. Two of them are feature-oriented programming and context-oriented programming. Both paradigms seem to have a similar set of core characteristics. Can feature-oriented programming learn from context-oriented programming to enable for more dynamicity? Can context-oriented programming take inspiration from feature-oriented programming and software product lines to offer more control and guarantees about the program's dynamic behavior? Should they eventually merge into a single paradigm that takes the best of both worlds?
Conference Paper Feature-Oriented Programming and Context-Oriented Programmin...
Metrics which will measure the complexity of the structure of the feature diagram?