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Features as First-class Entities Toward a Better Representation of Features
 

Summary: Features as First-class Entities ­ Toward a Better
Representation of Features
Sagar Sunkle, Marko Rosenm¨uller,
Norbert Siegmund,
Syed Saif ur Rahman, Gunter Saake
School of Computer Science
University of Magdeburg, Germany
{sagar.sunkle,rosenmue,norbert.siegmund,
srahman,saake}@iti.cs.uni-
magdeburg.de
Sven Apel
Dept. of Informatics and Mathematics
University of Passau, Germany
apel@uni-passau.de
ABSTRACT
Features are distinguishable characteristics of a system rele-
vant to some stakeholder. A product line is a set of products
that differ in terms of features. Features do not have first-
class status in contemporary programming languages (PLs).
We argue that various problems related to features are a re-

  

Source: Apel, Sven - Fakultät für Informatik und Mathematik, Universität Passau

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences