Software Product Lines: 9th International Conference, SPLC 2005, Rennes, France, September 26-29, 2005, Proceedings by Henk ObbinkSoftware Product Lines: 9th International Conference, SPLC 2005, Rennes, France, September 26-29, 2005, Proceedings by Henk Obbink

Software Product Lines: 9th International Conference, SPLC 2005, Rennes, France, September 26-29…

byHenk Obbink

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With SPLC 2005 we celebrated the formation of a new conference series, the International Software Product Line Conference (SPLC) which results from the "uni?cation" of the former series of three SPLC (Software Product Line) Con- rences launched in 2000 in the USA, and the former series of ?ve PFE (Product Family Engineering) Workshops started in 1996 in Europe. SPLC is nowthe premier forum for the growing community of software p- duct line practitioners, researchers, and educators. SPLC o?ers a unique - portunity to present and discuss the most recent experiences, ideas, innovations, trends,andconcernsintheareaofsoftwareproductlineengineering andtobuild aninternationalnetworkofproductlinechampions.AninternationalSPLCSt- ring Committee has been established and it is the wish of this committee that from 2005 on, the SPLC conference will be held yearly in Europe, America, or Asia. The technical program of SPLC 2005 included. - two keynotes from David Weiss (Avaya, USA) and Jan Bosch (Nokia, F- land), both leading experts with academic and industrial insights; - 17 full and 3 short research papers organized around the following themes: feature modeling, re-engineering, strategies, validation, scoping and arc- tecture, and product derivation; - eight experience reports describing commercial application of product line practices; - two panels focused on special topics in product line practice and product line research; - tool demonstrations; - aHallofFamesessionthatcontinuedtheSPLCtraditioninaslightlyrevised format. In addition, the technical program was preceded by a tutorial and workshop day that included ten half-day tutorials presented by well-recognized experts and ?ve workshops on speci?c areas of product line research.
Title:Software Product Lines: 9th International Conference, SPLC 2005, Rennes, France, September 26-29…Format:PaperbackDimensions:235 pagesPublished:September 15, 2005Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Keynotes.- Next Generation Software Product Line Engineering.- Software Product Families in Nokia.- Feature Modelling.- Feature Models, Grammars, and Propositional Formulas.- Using Product Sets to Define Complex Product Decisions.- The PLUSS Approach - Domain Modeling with Features, Use Cases and Use Case Realizations.- Re-engineering.- Feature-Oriented Re-engineering of Legacy Systems into Product Line Assets - a Case Study .- Reuse without Compromising Performance: Industrial Experience from RPG Software Product Line for Mobile Devices.- Extracting and Evolving Mobile Games Product Lines.- Short Papers.- Determining the Variation Degree of Feature Models.- Modeling Architectural Value: Cash Flow, Time and Uncertainty.- A Knowledge-Based Perspective for Preparing the Transition to a Software Product Line Approach.- Strategies.- Comparison of System Family Modeling Approaches.- Cost Estimation for Product Line Engineering Using COTS Components.- Innovation Management for Product Line Engineering Organizations.- Panels.- Panel: Change is Good. You Go First.- Panel: A Competition of Software Product Line Economic Models.- Validation.- Enabling the Smooth Integration of Core Assets: Defining and Packaging Architectural Rules for a Family of Embedded Products.- Design Verification for Product Line Development.- Scoping and Architecture.- QFD-PPP: Product Line Portfolio Planning Using Quality Function Deployment.- Product-Line Architecture: New Issues for Evaluation.- Strategies of Product Family Architecture Development.- Product Derivation.- Defining Domain-Specific Modeling Languages to Automate Product Derivation: Collected Experiences.- Supporting Production Strategies as Refinements of the Production Process.- Using Variation Propagation for Model-Driven Management of a System Family.