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Applying End User Software Product Line Engineering for Smart Spaces
|Title:||Applying End User Software Product Line Engineering for Smart Spaces|
|Keywords:||Software Product Lines: Engineering, Services, and Management|
End User Development, End User Application Derivation, Smart Spaces, Software Product Lines, Software Reuse
|Issue Date:||03 Jan 2018|
|Abstract:||Smart spaces are physical environments equipped with pervasive technology that sense and react to human activities and changes in the environment. End User Development (EUD) skills vary significantly among end users who want to develop software applications for their smart spaces. This paper presents a systematic approach for adopting reuse in EUD for smart spaces by using Software Product Line (SPL) concepts. End User (EU) SPL designers develop EU SPLs for smart spaces whereas end users derive their individual smart space applications from these SPLs. In particular, this paper presents a systematic approach for EU SPL designers to develop EU SPLs and end users to derive software applications for their spaces, an EUD environment that supports EU SPL development and application derivation, and a testing approach for testing EU SPLs and derived applications.|
|Rights:||Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International|
|Appears in Collections:||Software Product Lines: Engineering, Services, and Management|
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