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Tracing between Features and Use Cases: A Model-Driven Approach
Abstract:

Use cases and features applied together could form the basis for a systematic method to identify and model SPL requirements. This paper presents a model-driven approach which addresses the tracing between features and use cases. This adopts a simple and flexible metamodel integration strategy to support the tracing between variability and requirements models. It also defines a set of activities in domain engineering to model, specify and trace SPL requirements and features. These activities are illustrated using a home automation system product line.


@ Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Variability Modelling of Software Intensive Systems


Editors: Patrick Heymans, Kyo-Chul Kang, Andreas Metzger, Klauss Pohl

Series: ISBN 1860-2770

Number: 22

Publisher: Institute für Informatik und Wirtschaftsinformatik (ICB) ( Germany )

Pages: 81 to 88


Date: January, 2008


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