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The software product family paradigm is becoming increasingly relevant in embedded system development. Embedded system development with a software-intensive character is typically a complex and time consuming process. Software functionality is often developed independently of hardware functionality and functional elements are not reused across similar products due to implicit, unexpected or even unknown dependencies across the system. This paper discusses a case study in architecting thedoi:10.1109/compsac.2006.42 dblp:conf/compsac/Jaring06 fatcat:rgy7x7bv4rhuhakjlkmaity6g4