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Software Product Line: Advanced Topic

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Software Product Line: Advanced Topic
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535104360
Number of pages: 122

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The Software Product Line (SPL) is an emerging methodology for developing software products. Currently, there are two hot issues in the SPL: modelling and the analysis of the SPL. Variability modelling techniques have been developed to assist engineers in dealing with the complications of variability management.

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