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El autor Jesús García-Galán ha publicado 3 artículo(s):

1 - Configurable feature models

Feature models represent all the products that can be built under a variability-intensive system such as a software product line, but they are not fully configurable. There exist no explicit effort in defining configuration models that enable making decisions on attributes and cardinalities in feature models that use these artefacts. In this paper we present configurable feature models as an evolution from feature models that integrate configuration models within, improving the configurability of variability-intensive systems.

Autores: Pablo Trinidad / Antonio Ruiz-Cortés / Jesús García-Galán / 
Palabras Clave: configurable feature models - configuration - model - software product lines

2 - Automated Analysis of Diverse Variability Models with Tool Support

Over the past twenty years, there have been many contributions in the area of feature model automated analysis of variability models. We propose that the knowledge obtained during recent years to automatically analyse diverse variability models. In this paper we present FaMa OVM and FaMa DEB, which are prototypical implementations for the automated analysis of two distinct variability models, namely Orthogonal Variability Models and Debian Variablity Models, respectively. In order to minimise efforts and benefit from the feature model know­ how, we use FaMa Framework which allows the development of analysis tools for diverse variability modelling languages. This framework provides a well tested system that guides the tool development. Due to the structure provided by the framework, FaMa OVM and FaMa DEB tools are easy to extend and integrate with other tools. We report on the main points of both tools, such as the analysis operations provided and the logical solvers used for the analysis.

Autores: Fabricia Roos-Frantz / José A. Galindo / David Benavides / Antonio Ruiz Cortés / Jesús García-Galán / 
Palabras Clave: Automated analysis - Intensive variability systems - Variability models

3 - Automating the deployment of componentized systems

Embedded and self-adaptive systems demand continuous adaptation and reconfiguration activities based on changing quality conditions and context information. As a consequence, systems have to be (re)deployed several times and software components need to be mapped onto new or existing hardware pieces. Today, the way to determine an optimal deployment in complex systems, often performed at runtime, constitutes a well-known challenge. In this paper we highlight the major problems of automatic deployment and present a research plan to reach for an UML-based solution for the deployment of componentized systems. As a first step towards a solution, we use the UML superstructure to suggest a way to redeploy UML component diagrams based on the inputs and outputs required to enact an automatic deployment process.

Autores: Jesús García-Galán / Pablo Trinidad / Rafael Capilla / 
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