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Many of the benefits expected from software product lines (SPL) [1-2] are based on the assumption that the additional investment required for domain engineering, pays off during application engineering when products are derived from the product line [3]. However, to fully exploit this we need to optimize application engineering processes and handle the reusable artifacts of an SPL in a systematic and efficient manner. In this context, the joint MAPLE/SCALE workshop focuses on two closely related aspects: how model-driven approaches can help to achieve systematic and efficient derivation of products and how scalability challenges can be addressed that arise from the application of SPL techniques to SPLs of realistic size and complexity. The workshop aims to explore and explicate the current status and ongoing work in model-driven approaches and/or scalability of SPLs and the transfer of knowledge between different disciplines and application domains.
software product lines, model-driven product line engineering, scalability
Goetz Botterweck, Deepak Dhungana, Muhammad Ali Babar, Natsuko Noda, Tomoji Kishi, Sholom Cohen, Rick Rabiser, Kyo C. Kang, "Joint Workshop of the Third International Workshop on Model-Driven Approaches in Software Product Line Engineering and the Third Workshop on Scalable Modeling Techniques for Software Product Lines (MAPLE/SCALE 2011)", Software Product Line Conference, International, vol. 00, no. , pp. 340, 2011, doi:10.1109/SPLC.2011.42
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