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Hybrid solutions to the feature interaction problem

Citation
Calder M, Kolberg M, Magill E, Marples D & Reiff-Marganiec S (2003) Hybrid solutions to the feature interaction problem. In: Amyot D & Logrippo L (eds.) Feature Interactions in Telecommunications and Software Systems VII. Feature Interaction in Telecommunications and Software Systems VII, Ottawa, Canada, 11.06.2003-13.06.2003. Amsterdam: IOS Press, pp. 295-312. http://www.iospress.nl/book/feature-interactions-in-telecommunications-and-software-systems-vii/

Abstract
In this paper we assume a competitive marketplace where the features are developed by different enterprises, which cannot or will not exchange information. We present a classification of feature interaction in this setting and introduce an online technique which serves as a basis for the two novel hybrid approaches presented. These approaches are hybrid as they are neither strictly off-line nor on-line, but combine aspects of both. The two approaches address different kinds of feature interactions, and thus are complimentary. Together they provide a complete solution by addressing interaction detection and resolution.We illustrate the techniques within the communication networks domain.

StatusPublished
Author(s)Calder, Muffy; Kolberg, Mario; Magill, Evan; Marples, David; Reiff-Marganiec, Stephan
Publication date31/12/2003
Publication date online30/06/2003
PublisherIOS Press
Publisher URLhttp://www.iospress.nl/…are-systems-vii/
Place of publicationAmsterdam
ISBN978-1-58603-348-4
ConferenceFeature Interaction in Telecommunications and Software Systems VII
Conference locationOttawa, Canada
Dates
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