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WebFML: Synthesizing Feature Models Everywhere

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Guillaume Bécan
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Sana Ben Nasr
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Mathieu Acher
Benoit Baudry
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Abstract

Feature Models (FMs) are the de-facto standard for documenting, model checking, and reasoning about the configurations of a software system. This paper introduces WebFML a comprehensive environment for synthesizing FMs from various kinds of artefacts (e.g. propositional formula, dependency graph, FMs or product comparison matrices). A key feature of WebFML is an interactive support (through ranking lists, clusters, and logical heuristics) for choosing a sound and meaningful hierarchy. WebFML opens avenues for numerous practical applications (e.g., merging multiple product lines, slicing a configuration process, reverse engineering configurable systems).
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hal-01022912 , version 1 (11-07-2014)

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Guillaume Bécan, Sana Ben Nasr, Mathieu Acher, Benoit Baudry. WebFML: Synthesizing Feature Models Everywhere. SPLC - 18th International Software Product Line Conference, Sep 2014, Florence, Italy. ⟨hal-01022912⟩
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