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  • Cawley, Ciarán; Botterweck, Goetz; Healy, Patrick; Bin Abid, Saad; Thiel, Steffen (Association for Computing Machinery, 2009)
    Software Product Line (SPL) Engineering is a development paradigm where core artefacts are developed and subsequently configured into different software products dependent on a particular customer's requirements. In ...
  • O'Leary, Pádraig; Mc Caffery, Fergal; Thiel, Steffen; Richardson, Ita (John Wiley & Sons, 2012)
    Software product lines (SPL) and Agile practices have emerged as new paradigms for developing software. Both approaches share common goals; such as improving productivity, reducing time to market, decreasing development ...
  • Lee, Kwanwoo; Botterweck, Goetz; Thiel, Steffen (IEEE Computer Society, 2009)
    Aspect-oriented programming (AOP) provides effective mechanisms for improving the modularity of feature implementations. However, as features in general are not independent of each other, changes in the implementation of ...
  • Botterweck, Goetz; Lee, Kwanwoo; Thiel, Steffen (2009)
    This paper deals with deriving software products from a software product line (SPL) in an efficient and automated way. We present an approach that (1) represents the SPL with a set of integrated models, (2) specifies ...
  • McElligott, Pat; Mjeda, Anila; Thiel, Steffen (SAE International, 2008)
    Legislative bodies are directing that automotive products comply with stringent safety levels. The liability for the safety of passengers in an automobile has traditionally been quite complex. Other transport sectors are ...
  • O'Leary, Pádraig; Richardson, Ita; Thiel, Steffen (2008)
    Inefficient product derivation practices can greatly diminish the productivity gains expected from a software product line approach. As a foundation for systematic and efficient product derivation a better understanding ...
  • Lee, Kwanwoo; Botterweck, Goetz; Thiel, Steffen (IEEE Computer Society, 2009)
    Feature modeling is an essential activity for modeling and managing the variability of a software product line. On the other hand, aspect-oriented programming provides effective means for modularizing feature implementation. ...
  • O'Leary, Pádraig; Richardson, Ita; Thiel, Steffen (Department of Computer Science,Furtwangen University of Applied Sciences, 2010)
    The derivation of individual products from a software product line is still seen as a time-consuming and expensive activity in many organisations. Despite recognition that an effective derivation process could alleviate ...
  • Cawley, Ciarán; Nestor, Daren; PreuBner, André; Botterweck, Goetz; Thiel, Steffen (2008)
    Software Product Line engineering allows companies to realise significant improvements in time-to-market, cost, productivity, and system quality. One major difficulty with software product lines is that within industry ...
  • Mjeda, Anila; McElligott, Pat; Ryan, Kevin; Thiel, Steffen (SAE International, 2009)
    The ever increasing complexity of embedded automotive software is not matched by the current development and test processes of automotive embedded software and the latter have become the limiting factor. A model-based ...
  • Botterweck, Goetz; O'Brien, Liam; Thiel, Steffen (Association for Computing Machinery, 2007)
    Product Derivation is one of the central activities in Software Product Lines (SPL). One of the main challenges of the process of product derivation is dealing with complexity, which is caused by the large number of ...
  • Agerfalk, Par J.; Fitzgerald, Brian; Lings, Brian; O'Brien, Liam; Thiel, Steffen (2006)
  • O'Leary, Pádraig; Richardson, Ita; Mc Caffery, Fergal; Thiel, Steffen (2009)
    Software product lines (SPL) advocates the development of applications by reusing shared software assets across a set of related products. Current approaches to the derivation of products from a product line focuses on ...
  • O'Leary, Pádraig; Ali Babar, Muhammad; Thiel, Steffen; Richardson, Ita (2007)
    Software Product Lines (SPL) and Agile practices have emerged as new paradigms for developing software. Both approaches share common goals; this provides the motivation for exploring the possibilities of integrating ...
  • Cawley, Ciarán; Healy, Patrick; Botterweck, Goetz; Thiel, Steffen (VAMOS 2010, 2010)
    Configuring a large Software Product Line can be a complex and cognitively challenging task. The numerous relationships that can exist between different system elements such as features and their implementing artefacts can ...
  • Clarke, Siobhán; Fitzgerald, Brian; Nixon, Paddy; Pohl, Klaus; Ryan, Kevin; Sinclair, David; Thiel, Steffen (SAE International, 2008)
    The amount and complexity of software in automotive systems is constantly increasing. Today’s luxury cars include numerous electronic control units. A large part of the functionality of these units is driven by software. In ...
  • Thiel, Steffen; O'Brien, Liam; Ali Babar, Muhammad; Botterweck, Goetz (SAE, 2008)
    Product line approaches are well-known in many manufacturing industries, such as consumer electronics, medical systems and automotive [1]. In recent years, approaches with a similar background have rapidly emerged ...
  • O'Leary, Pádraig; Thiel, Steffen; Botterweck, Goetz; Richardson, Ita (2008)
    Inefficient product derivation practices can greatly diminish the productivity gains expected from a software product line approach. As a foundation for systematic and efficient product derivation a better understanding ...
  • O'Leary, Pádraig (University of Limerick (Faculty of Science and Engineering), 2010)
    The derivation of individual products from a software product line is still seen as a timeconsuming and expensive activity in many organisations. Despite recognition that an effective derivation process could alleviate ...
  • O'Leary, Pádraig; Mc Caffery, Fergal; Richardson, Ita; Thiel, Steffen (2009)
    Software Product Lines (SPL) and Agile practices have emerged as new paradigms for developing software. Both approaches share common goals; such as improving productivity, reducing time to market, decreasing development ...

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