On the design and development of program families. Presented by: M. Deng and J. Zhang 4/15/2002. CSE870 Advanced Software Engineering, Spring 2002. Overview. Objective Definition of program families A set of programs First common features of these programs Then variation of each program
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On the design and development of program families
M. Deng and J. Zhang
CSE870 Advanced Software Engineering, Spring 2002
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