Date: June 19, 2017
Location: TNO-building @TU/e campus, Rondom 1, Eindhoven. Room 3.415
Speaker: Prof.dr.ir. Bedir Tekinerdogan
Wageningen University, Chair Information Technology Group
MULTIPLE PRODUCT LINE ENGINEERING FOR SYSTEM-OF-SYSTEMS
Software reuse has been an important goal for many companies that develop products sharing a common, managed set of features that specify the specific needs of a market segment. Unfortunately, companies that have followed an opportunistic and unplanned software reuse approach were less successful to exploit the reuse potential and the commonality of the products.
Systematic software reuse has proven to be an effective approach to reduce cost and development cycle time, improve software quality and productivity. In this context, the notion of software product line has gained importance for realizing large scale systematic software reuse. For more than a decade now, many different companies have already taken benefit from adopting software product line engineering (SPLE) to achieve substantial business advantages.
Whereas traditionally software systems were addressing a single domain, we can now observe the composition of multiple systems that are integrated in a coherent way, leading to software-intensive system-of-systems (SoSs). Within an SoS the different systems can be built as product lines leading to multi product lines (MPL).
In this talk I will present the key concepts for system-of-systems and multiple product line engineering, and discuss the key challenges and benefits for applying MPLE within SoSs.
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