2nd International Workshop on Model-driven Approaches in Software Product Line Engineering (MAPLE 2010)

collocated with the

14th International Software Product Line Conference (SPLC 2010)

Jeju Island, South Korea, 13-17 September 2010


Software product line engineering (SPLE) promises order-of-magnitude improve-ments in time-to-market, cost, productivity, quality, and other business drivers. Many of these expected benefits are based on the assumption that the additional investment for setting up a software product line pays off during application engineering. However, to fully exploit this we need to optimize application engineering processes and systematically and efficiently handle reusable artifacts. The goal of this workshop is to explore and explicate the current status within the field of model-driven approaches in SPLE. The workshop has the following aims:

  • Demonstrate how model-driven concepts and techniques can be applied in SPLE
  • Show how model-driven approaches have already successfully been applied
  • Explore how models with a sound semantic foundation can facilitate automated and interactive SPLE.
Note: MAPLE 2010 has been merged with ViSPLE 2010 and will take place on Monday, September 13, 2010. Workshop participants wishing to attend ViSPLE 2010 need to register only for MAPLE 2010 (Workshop 3).
   

 

 

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