Write a Blog >>
MODELS 2020
Fri 16 - Fri 23 October 2020
Fri 23 Oct 2020 11:25 - 11:50 at Room A - Most Influential Papers Chair(s): Bernhard Rumpe, Jeff Gray, Silvia Abrahão

Software product line (SPL) engineering is a recent approach to software development where a set of software products are derived for a well defined target application domain, from a common set of core assets using analogous means of production (for instance, through Model Driven Engineering). Therefore, such family of products are built from reuse, instead of developed individually from scratch. SPL promise to lower the costs of development, increase the quality of software, give clients more flexibility and reduce time to market. These benefits come with a set of new problems and turn some older problems possibly more complex. One of these problems is traceability management. In the European AMPLE project we are creating a common traceability framework across the various activities of the SPL development. We identified four orthogonal traceability dimensions in SPL development, one of which is an extension of what is often considered as “traceability of variability”. This constitutes one of the two contributions of this paper. The second contribution is the specification of a metamodel for a repository of traceability links in the context of SPL and the implementation of a respective traceability framework. This framework enables fundamental traceability management operations, such as trace import and export, modification, query and visualization. The power of our framework is highlighted with an example scenario.

Fri 23 Oct
Times are displayed in time zone: Eastern Time (US & Canada) change

11:00 - 12:15
Most Influential PapersAwards at Room A
Chair(s): Bernhard RumpeRWTH Aachen, Jeff GrayUniversity of Alabama, Silvia AbrahãoUniversitat Politècnica de València
11:00
25m
Research paper
Incremental Evaluation of Model Queries over EMF ModelsMODELS MIP
Awards
Gábor BergmannBudapest University of Technology and Economics / MTA-BME Lendület Research Group on Cyber-Physical Systems, Hungary, Ákos Horváth, István RáthIncQuery Labs, Daniel VarroMcGill University / Budapest University of Technology and Economics
DOI
11:25
25m
Research paper
A model-driven traceability framework for software product linesSOSYM MIP
Awards
Nicolas AnquetilUniversity of Lille, Lille, France, Uirá KuleszaFederal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Ralf MitschkeTechnical University of Darmstadt, Ana MoreiraNOVA University of Lisbon and NOVA LINCS, Jean-Claude RoyerIMT Atlantique, Nantes, France, Andreas Rummler, André SousaFCT / Universidade Nova de Lisboa
DOI
11:50
25m
Research paper
Modeling presentation layers of web applications for testingSOSYM MIP
Awards
Jeff OffuttGeorge Mason University, Ye WuESI
DOI