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Software Product Line Conference, International (2007)
Kyoto, Japan
Sept. 10, 2007 to Sept. 14, 2007
ISBN: 0-7695-2888-0
pp: 84-96
Dirk Janzen , Harman/Becker Automotive Systems GmbH, D-76307 Karlsbad, Germany
Isabel John , Fraunhofer IESE, D-67663 Kaiserslautern, Germany
Heidi Galle , Continental, Automotive Systems Division
Andreas Birk , Software.Process.Management, D-70197 Stuttgart
Andreas Wolfram , Continental, Automotive Systems Division, D-88671 Markdorf, Germany
Heinrich Dreier , SynSpace, D-79102 Freiburg, Germany
Ramin Tavakoli Kolagari , Technical University of Berlin
Thomas von der Ma?en , arvato direct services GmbH / Bertelsmann AG, D-33310 G?tersloh, Germany
Gerald Heller , Hewlett-Packard, 71034 B?blingen, Germany
Andreas Fleischmann , Technical University of Munich
Danilo Beuche , pure-systems GmbH
A software product line oriented approach to developing systems has an impact on the development process as a whole. Although the basic idea of product lines is simple, systematic implementation of the approach is a challenging task. In fact, today?s software product lines have such complex variability that their handling must be supported by tools, otherwise a systematic approach would not be possible. The same holds for requirements management of product lines. On the basis of specific industrial scenarios the paper derives important requirements that have to be observed if requirements management tools are to be usefully applied to product lines. Current requirements management tools are evaluated on the basis of these requirements in their daily industrial use. The presented requirements can indicate the future direction of tool development and method research.
Dirk Janzen, Isabel John, Heidi Galle, Andreas Birk, Andreas Wolfram, Heinrich Dreier, Ramin Tavakoli Kolagari, Thomas von der Ma?en, Gerald Heller, Andreas Fleischmann, Danilo Beuche, "Using Requirements Management Tools in Software Product Line Engineering: The State of the Practice", Software Product Line Conference, International, vol. 00, no. , pp. 84-96, 2007, doi:10.1109/SPLINE.2007.15
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