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Issue No.10 - Oct. (2012 vol.45)
pp: 42-48
Luciano Baresi , Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Sam Guinea , Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Liliana Pasquale , Lero—the Irish Software Engineering Research Centre
ABSTRACT
An operational example of controls in a smart home demonstrates the potential of a solution that combines the Common Variability Language and a dynamic extension of the Business Process Execution Language to address the need to manage software system variability at runtime.
INDEX TERMS
Runtime, Service oriented architecture, Dynamic programming, Smart homes, Switches, Software development, self-adaptation, dynamic software product lines, service-oriented architectures, BPEL
CITATION
Luciano Baresi, Sam Guinea, Liliana Pasquale, "Service-Oriented Dynamic Software Product Lines", Computer, vol.45, no. 10, pp. 42-48, Oct. 2012, doi:10.1109/MC.2012.289
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