Chapter 9. Feature/Class Dependency Modeling for Software Product Lines
Chapter 5 described feature modeling in software product lines in which the common, optional, and alternative features are determined. Chapter 6 described static modeling in software product lines, in which kernel, optional, and variant classes are determined. This chapter describes feature/class dependency modeling, in which the relationship between features and classes in the software product line are developed. In particular, the discussion covers how the features that address the functional requirements of the product line relate to the software classes that realize the product line's functionality.
In software product lines, feature/class dependency modeling shows the ...
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