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T Moser, S. Biffl, D. Winkler:
"Process-Driven Feature Modeling for Variability Management of Project Environment Configurations";
Vortrag: 11th International Conference on Product Focused Software Development and Process Improvement (PROFES 2010) - Short Paper Track, Limerick, Ireland; 21.06.2010 - 23.06.2010; in: "Proc. 11th International Conference on Product Focused Software Development and Process Improvement (PROFES 2010) - Short Paper Track", M. Ali Babar, M. Vierimaa, M. Oivo (Hrg.); (2010), ISBN: 978-3-642-13791-4; S. 1 - 4.



Kurzfassung englisch:
Technical projects environments, i.e., sets of methods and tools
that support an engineering project, are software-intensive
systems that need to be configured according to software process
and project characteristics. Tailored software processes, e.g.,
based on the V Modell XT framework, specify project process
steps and drive method and tool selection with a focus on
individual feature requirements. Therefore, feature models can
support the automated selection and configuration of methods and
tools. For designing an effective and efficient engineering project
environment, project managers and engineering domain experts
can semantically integrate a given set of engineering tools and
project data models in a flexible way. In this paper, we analyze
challenges of managing engineering tool variability in context of
engineering project environment configurations and present a
conceptual approach using semantic modeling of project
requirements and tool capabilities.

Schlagworte:
Feature Modeling, Project Environment Variability Management


Elektronische Version der Publikation:
http://publik.tuwien.ac.at/files/PubDat_187749.pdf


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