Automatización del Proceso de Instanciación del Comportamiento de Productos de una Línea de Productos de Software (Automatization of the Instantiation Process for the Behavior of Software Product Lines)

Ariel Gonzalez (agonzalez@dc.exa.unrc.edu.ar)1, Carlos Luna (cluna@fing.edu.uy)2, Fabio Zorzan (fzorzan@dc.exa.unrc.edu.ar)1, Nora Szasz (szasz@ort.edu.uy)3


1Universidad Nacional de Rio Cuarto
2Universidad de la República - Montevideo
3Universidad ORT Uruguay

This paper appears in: Revista IEEE América Latina

Publication Date: Sept. 2014
Volume: 12,   Issue: 6 
ISSN: 1548-0992


Abstract:
Models and model transformations constitute the basis of a set of software development techniques known as Model-Driven Development. In this context, UML State Machines have great potential for modeling the behavior of systems. In this work we are concerned with modeling the behavior of Product Lines, and their individual products. We present a process for deriving automatically a UML State Machine that models the behavior of a specific product from the UML model of a product line, via a model transformation based on Query/View/Transformation. The process directly involves the use of Feature Models in order to determine which elements of a (extended) State Machine describing a product family, will remain in the instantiation.

Index Terms:
State Machines, Software Product Lines, QVT, Feature Models   


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