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SPLC 2018 Accepted Papers

Research track

  • Hermann Kaindl, Stefan Kramer and Ralph Hoch. An Inductive Learning Perspective on Automated Generation of Feature Models from Given Product Specifications
  • Christian Kröher, Lea Gerling and Klaus Schmid. Identifying the Intensity of Variability Changes in Software Product Line Evolution
  • Jacob Krüger, Mustafa Al-Hajjaji, Sandro Schulze, Gunter Saake and Thomas Leich. Towards Automated Test Refactoring for Software Product Lines
  • Thomas Kühn, Kevin Ivo Kassin, Walter Cazzola and Uwe Assmann. Modular Feature-Oriented Graphical Editor Product Lines
  • Yang Li, Sandro Schulze and Gunter Saake. Reverse Engineering Variability from Requirement Documents based on Probabilistic Relevance and Word Embedding
  • Jabier Martinez, Xhevahire Tërnava and Tewfik Ziadi. Domain Analysis and Software Product Line Extraction from Variability-Rich Systems: The Robocode Case Study
  • Leticia Montalvillo Mendizabal, Oscar Diaz and Thomas Fogdal. Reducing Coordination Overhead in SPLs: Peering in on Peers
  • Oslien Mesa, Reginaldo Vieira, Marx Viana, Vinicius Durelli, Elder Cirilo, Marcos Kalinowski and Carlos Lucena. Understanding Vulnerabilities in Plugin-based Web Systems: An Exploratory Study of WordPress
  • Juliana Alves Pereira, Sandro Schulze, Eduardo Figueiredo and Gunter Saake. N-dimensional Tensor Factorization for Self-Configuration of Software Product Lines at Runtime
  • Rick Rabiser, Klaus Schmid, Martin Becker, Goetz Botterweck, Matthias Galster, Iris Groher and Danny Weyns. A Study and Comparison of Industrial vs. Academic Software Product Line Research Published at SPLC
  • Mahsa Varshosaz, Mustafa Al-Hajjaji, Thomas Thüm, Tobias Runge, Mohammadreza Mousavi and Ina Schaefer. A Classification of Product Sampling for Software Product Lines
  • Markus Weckesser, Roland Kluge, Martin Pfannemüller, Michael Matthé, Andy Schürr and Christian Becker. Optimal Reconfiguration of Dynamic Software Product Lines Based on Performance-Influence Models

Industrial systems and software product lines track

  • José Miguel Horcas Aguilera, Alejandro Cortiñas, Lidia Fuentes and Miguel R. Luaces. Integrating the Common Variability Language with Multilanguage Annotations for Web Engineering
  • Mustafa Al-Hajjaji, Michael Schulze and Uwe Ryssel. Similarity Analysis of Product-Line Variants
  • Samer Al Masri, Sarah Nadi, Matthew Gaudet, Xiaoli Liang and Robert Young. Using Static Analysis to Support Variability Implementation Decisions in C++
  • Martin Becker and Bo Zhang. How do our neighbours do product line engineering? – A comparison of hardware and software product line engineering approaches from an industrial perspective
  • Maurice H. Ter Beek, Alessandro Fantechi and Stefania Gnesi. Product line models of large cyber-physical systems: the case of ERTMS/ETCS
  • Sascha El-Sharkawy, Saura Jyoti Dhar, Adam Krafczyk, Slawomir Duszynski, Tobias Beichter and Klaus Schmid. Reverse Engineering Variability in an Industrial Product Line: Observations and Lessons Learned
  • Kengo Hayashi and Mikio Aoyama. A Multiple Product Line Development Method Based on Variability Structure Analysis
  • Elias Kuiter, Jacob Krüger, Sebastian Krieter, Thomas Leich and Gunter Saake. Getting Rid of Clone-And-Own: Moving To A Software Product Line for Temperature Monitoring
  • Markus Noebauer, Iris Groher and Norbert Seyff. Feature-Based Reuse in the ERP Domain: An Industrial Case Study