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Record number 486874
Title Supporting Incremental Product Development using Multiple Product Line Architecture
Author(s) Tekinerdogan, B.; Ozkose Erdogan, O.; Aktug, O.
Source International Journal of Knowledge and Systems Science 5 (2015)4. - ISSN 1947-8208 - 16 p.
DOI https://doi.org/10.4018/ijkss.2014100101
Department(s) Information Technology
WASS
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2015
Abstract Software product line engineering (SPLE) has been successfully applied in various application domains to support systematic reuse. Besides of its benefits it is also acknowledged that the SPLE process can in practice be considered too time consuming and heavyweight due to the required planning and development of the asset base. For this reason more lightweight SPLE processes are required that can be integrated in the ongoing product development of the organization. In this context, the authors share their experiences in adopting a multiple product line architecture to support the incremental product development of Aselsan REHIS, a leading high technology company in Turkey. The authors first discuss the important business needs for defining a more lightweight multiple product line engineering (MPLE) process. Then they discuss the multiple product line architecture and how it has been used to guide the incremental product development.
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