Framework for Evaluating the Version Management Capabilities of a Class of UML Modeling Tools from the Viewpoint of Multi-Site, Multi-Partner Product Line Organizations

Mervi Koivulahti-Ojala, Timo Kakola
2010 2010 43rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
UML models are widely used in software product line engineering for activities such as modeling the software product line reference architecture, detailed design, and automation of software code generation and testing. But in high-tech companies, modeling activities are typically distributed across multiple sites and involve multiple partners in different countries, thus complicating model management. Today's UML modeling tools support sophisticated version management for managing parallel and
more » ... istributed modeling. However, the literature does not provide a comprehensive set of industrial-level criteria to evaluate the version management capabilities of UML tools. This article's contribution is a framework for evaluating the version management features of UML modeling tools for multi-site, multi-partner software product line organizations.
doi:10.1109/hicss.2010.213 dblp:conf/hicss/Koivulahti-OjalaK10 fatcat:6ditx2ocsvbirjptxcj4uw2ao4