Modelado Declarativo y Flexible de Arquitecturas de Familias de Productos (Declarative and Flexible Modeling of Software Product Line Architectures)

Fernando Asteasuain (fasteasuain@undav.edu.ar)1, Laura Perez Vultaggio (lpvultaggio@dc.uba.ar)2


1Universidad Nacional de Avellaneda
2Universidad de Buenos Aires

This paper appears in: Revista IEEE América Latina

Publication Date: Feb. 2016
Volume: 14,   Issue: 2 
ISSN: 1548-0992


Abstract:
Several known problems negatively affect the specification of software product lines architecture. One of them is related with a key concept known as Internal Variability. The internal variability of components is generally neglected when describing the architecture of a family of products. The impossibility to denote dynamic restrictions between features is also pointed out as a significant difficulty for achieving an architectural specification. A third problem arises when the high level abstractions needed at the architectural level are mixed with low-level artifacts as lines of code. This paper explores FVS (FeatherWeight Visual Scenarios) as a declarative language for specifying software product lines architectures in early stages of software development. FVS aims to take a step towards finding a solution to the mentioned problems.

Index Terms:
Software Architecture, Software Product Lines, Behavioral specifications, Declarative modeling   


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