Software

Aspect-Oriented Feature Models

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Executive Summary

Software Product Lines (SPLs) have emerged as a prominent approach for software reuse. SPLs are sets of software systems called families that are usually developed as a whole and share many common features. Feature models are most typically used as a means for capturing commonality and managing variability of the family. A particular product from the family is configured by selecting the desired features of that product. Typically, feature models are considered monolithic entities that do not support modularization well. As industrial feature models tend to be large, their modularization has become an important research topic lately. However, existing modularization approaches do not support modularization of crosscutting concerns.

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