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Variability Analysis: From Requirements Engineering Towards Interaction Design

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2 Author(s)
Da Silva, B.S. ; Dept. de Informdtica, PUC-Rio R. Marques de Sao Vicente, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil ; Barbosa, S.D.J.

Much research has been devoted to adaptable and adaptive systems over a decade, with the aim to improve user-system interaction. Despite these efforts, we still lack a systematic approach to deal with variations in users, user goals, and contexts of use. In this paper, we revise some previous work on a language-based variability analysis process, propose a structure for the solution space of adaptable and adaptive systems, and illustrate how design decisions on how to cope with variability can be made in this approach.

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Software Engineering Workshop, 2008. SEW '08. 32nd Annual IEEE

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15-16 Oct. 2008