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1 Modeling Quality Attributes in Product Families with COVAMOF Marco Sinnema (University of Groningen), Sybren Deelstra (University of Groningen), Jos Nijhuis (University of Groningen), Jan Bosch (Nokia Research Center)

2 Marco Sinnema and Sybren Deelstra, University of Groningen Outline o Software Product Families o Knowledge Externalization o COVAMOF o Benefits

3 Marco Sinnema and Sybren Deelstra, University of Groningen Software Product Families

4 Marco Sinnema and Sybren Deelstra, University of Groningen Software Product Families Customer 1Customer 2 word interface mail manager database interface network interface built-in editor mail manager file storage network interface Customer 3Customer 4 notepad interface mail manager file storage network interface built-in editor mail manager database interface network interface

5 Marco Sinnema and Sybren Deelstra, University of Groningen Software Product Families Customer 1Customer 2 notepad interface mail manager database interface network interface file storage word interface built-in editor notepad interface mail manager file storage network interface built-in editor mail manager database interface network interface Derive Product

6 Marco Sinnema and Sybren Deelstra, University of Groningen Knowledge Externalization A system with a word interface requires more memory than one with a notepad interface. Our own editor consumes even more! Document Formalize

7 Marco Sinnema and Sybren Deelstra, University of Groningen Other Variability Modeling Techniques Formalize COVAMOF Variability Modeling Document Tacit Knowledge Documented Knowledge Formalized Knowledge

8 Marco Sinnema and Sybren Deelstra, University of Groningen Example notepad interface mail manager database interface network interface file storage word interface built-in editor

9 Marco Sinnema and Sybren Deelstra, University of Groningen Memory Usage Example Variation points Other Documentation notepad interface word interface built-in editor database interface file storage Impact small decrease small increase database interface file storage Reference data notepad interface built-in editor database interface file storage Estimation notepad interface word interface built-in editor

10 Marco Sinnema and Sybren Deelstra, University of Groningen Benefits of COVAMOF o Incremental Externalization o Document Expert Knowledge o Incorporate Existing Documentation o Collect Reference Data o Formalize Documented Knowledge o Reduce Derivation Cost o Reduce Expert Involvement o Provide Structured Documentation o Configuration Guidance o Automatic Inference o Automatic Consistency Checking o Automatic Quality Attribute Estimation o Tools integrate in development environment (Visual Studio.NET)

11 Marco Sinnema and Sybren Deelstra, University of Groningen The End Any Questions? More Information: ECBS 2006 paper

12 Marco Sinnema and Sybren Deelstra, University of Groningen Tool support for COVAMOF


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