2015 IEEE/ACM 5th International Workshop on Product Line Approaches in Software Engineering

19-19 May 2015

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  • [Title page i]

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  • [Copyright notice]

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  • Table of contents

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  • Message from the Chairs

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  • Committees and reviewers

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  • Challenges and Opportunities for Sustainable Software

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    With the increasing role played by software in supporting our society, its sustainability and environmental impact have become major factors in the development and operation of software-intensive systems. Myths and beliefs hide the real truth behind Green IT: IT is energy-inefficient because software is developed to make it so - intentionally or not. But how far are we from being able to control s... View full abstract»

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  • Product Line Engineering for NGO Projects

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    Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) are often plagued by very limited human and financial resources. In this paper, we show how product line engineering (PLE) offers an opportunity to increase the sustainability of software projects that rely on the help of NGO volunteers. Building on the case of an Italian NGO that supports assistive technologies, we propose a PLE model that only depends on the... View full abstract»

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  • WISE-SPL: Bringing Multi-tenancy to the Weather InSights Environment System

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    Weather conditions affect many cities and companies. The WISE (Weather In Sights Environment) system serves as a central place to gather and present weather related information for decision makers. It was initially developed to fit a single tenant. Due to a multi-tenant opportunity, WISE is evolving to be deployed on a Cloud environment to support on-demand computing resources and multiple clients... View full abstract»

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  • What Can Software Engineering Do for Sustainability: Case of Software Product Lines

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    Sustainable living, i.e., Living within the bounds of the available environmental, social, and economic resources, is the focus of many present-day social and scientific discussions. But what does sustainability mean within the context of Software Product Line Engineering (SPLE)? And what does SPLE do for sustainable living? In this paper we take the first step towards identification of the sustai... View full abstract»

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  • Towards Enabling Reuse in the Context of Safety-Critical Product Lines

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    In the context of safety-critical product lines, industries have to face an urgent challenge: reduction of time and cost for the creation of a safety case. A safety case is a contextualized structured argument constituted of process and product-based sub-arguments to show that a system is acceptably safe. Its creation is an extremely time-consuming and costly activity. To reduce time and cost, reu... View full abstract»

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  • A Software Product Line Approach for End User Development of Smart Spaces

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    Several End User Development (EUD) tools have been proposed that enable end users to create software applications for smart spaces. Even though most of the tools focus on architecture and usability they don't take into account the end user background. For instance some end users are domain experts, experienced software developers, and others have very limited computer skills. Furthermore current E... View full abstract»

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  • Robots and their Variability -- A Societal Challenge and a Potential Solution

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    A robot is essentially a real-time, distributed embedded system operating in a physical environment. Often, control and communication paths within the system are tightly coupled to the actual hardware configuration of the robot. Furthermore, the domain contains a high amount of variability on different levels, ranging from hardware, over software to the environment in which the robot is operated. ... View full abstract»

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  • Author index

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