Designing software product lines with UML

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Auteur : Hassan Gomaa
Editeur : Addison-Wesley
En bibliothèque depuis le : 21 mai 2010
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Designing Software Product Lines with UML is well-written, informative, and addresses a very important topic. It is a valuable contribution to the literature in this area, and offers practical guidance for software architects and engineers." - Alan Brown Distinguished Engineer, Rational Software, IBM Software Group "Gomaa's process and UML extensions allow development teams to focus on feature-oriented development and provide a basis for improving the level of reuse across multiple software development efforts. This book will be valuable to any software development professional who needs to manage across projects and wants to focus on creating software that is consistent, reusable, and modular in nature." - Jeffrey S Hammond Group Marketing Manager, Rational Software, IBM Software Group "This book brings together a good range of concepts for understanding software product lines and provides an organized method for developing product lines using object-oriented techniques with the UML. Once again, Hassan has done an excellent job in balancing the needs of both experienced and novice software engineers." - Robert G. Pettit IV, Ph.D.Adjunct Professor of Software Engineering, George Mason University "This breakthrough book provides a comprehensive step-by-step approach on how to develop software product lines, which is of great strategic benefit to industry. The development of software product lines enables significant reuse of software architectures. Practitioners will benefit from the well-defined PLUS process and rich case studies." - Hurley V. Blankenship IIProgram Manager, Justice and Public Safety, Science Applications International Corporation "The Product Line UML based Software engineering (PLUS) is leading edge. With the author's wide experience and deep knowledge, PLUS is well harmonized with architectural and design pattern technologies." - Michael Shin Assistant Professor, Texas Tech University