SYSTEMATIC MAPPING STUDY ON MANAGING VARIABILITY IN SOFTWARE PRODUCT LINE ENGINEERING
DIYALA JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES,
2015, Volume 8, Issue 4, Pages 511-520
AbstractRevision for literature and searching for the sources of an information in the different database are considered to be the most important pillar of the scientific research, whether a researcher, academic in preparing the scientific documents or any research. That is the most important part which helps the researcher in understanding any subject or research, besides it helps him to know the different opinions regarding the subjects, thus, it provides the researcher with the suitable and correct information that helps him to take the right decision regarding his study and knowing the possible ways he needs to. This paper has been prepared, according to the tables and charts showing the progress of the workflow that was chosen in the name managing variability in software product line engineering .the systematic mapping study process, it has gone through several stages in the first of, the search process automatic and manual in various databases IEEE Xplore, ACM digital library and other search engine, conference, relevant journals, etc.). All of them process provide snowballing papers. It provides (1450) papers and other types (book, technical reports, litterateur, others). Second stage we did screening of papers according to (inclusion, exclusion) criteria. And the subsequent process were filtering process produced (77) final papers after three filters ,distribution of primary studies coordinating years, classifications charts in to ( facet1, facet2, facet3), representation finding by using bubble chart mapping between domain and different types of our subject (classes of research, managing variability SPLE type) . The concluding remarks were after indexing (77) papers its relationship out of (1450) papers. These papers (77) provide to answer question relevant managing variability in software product line engineering.
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