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On the Role of Features and Goals Models in the Development of a Software Product Line

On the Role of Features and Goals Models in the Development of a Software Product Line,Lyrene Fernandes Da Silva,Thais Vasconcelos Batista (Thaís Vasc

On the Role of Features and Goals Models in the Development of a Software Product Line  
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Requirements of a Software Product Line (SPL) are usually captured in the form of a feature model, which represents the product line variation model, but this model lets several requirements details aside, such as the specification of functional and non-funcional requirements. Due to the crosscutting nature of SPL variations, researchers are using aspect-oriented techniques, to deal with such crosscutting concerns. In this context, the sooner these aspects can be identified the better, influencing the SPL and products architecture upfront. In this work we propose a Product Line extension to an aspect-oriented intentional model. The extended model provides both variability information and requirements details, promoting a natural blending of SPL and aspect-oriented architectural abstractions. We present the mapping between the SPL and the modeling approach abstractions and discuss two development scenarios: starting with a plain feature model and generating the extended aspect-oriented intentional model and the opposite approach
Published in 2010.
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