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"I'd probably consider them a 'core asset' within a product line architecture."

Neil Loughran replied Feb 18, 2009 to Can CRUD generators be considered a Software Product Line?

7 Feb 18, 2009
Reply by Rui Curado

"I've seen a few works on managing variability invasively using UML profiles geared t…"

Neil Loughran replied Feb 16, 2009 to How MDA/MDD maps to Software Product Lines?

8 Feb 16, 2009
Reply by Neil Loughran

"Hi Ed, >If what you really meant is too many layers of abstraction, that's a dif…"

Neil Loughran replied Feb 12, 2009 to

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"Hi Ed, I don't know how you arrived at your last sentence, but assume its a case of…"

Neil Loughran replied Feb 12, 2009 to

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"I'm currently looking through examples of converting uml2 to ecore (then to java) in…"

Neil Loughran replied Feb 11, 2009 to

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"Like you Jorge I see MDD as a great implementation choice for developing SPLs and pa…"

Neil Loughran replied Feb 10, 2009 to How MDA/MDD maps to Software Product Lines?

8 Feb 16, 2009
Reply by Neil Loughran

"Nice link Vlad! back in the 1990s when I was doing my initial studies I came across…"

Neil Loughran replied Feb 6, 2009 to Textual v Graphical models

23 Dec 6, 2011
Reply by Bill Lewis

"> drawing nice diagrams without a standard and robust model is a nonsense. My im…"

Neil Loughran replied Feb 6, 2009 to Textual v Graphical models

23 Dec 6, 2011
Reply by Bill Lewis

">Neil, you are confusing UML models with UML diagrams. You can have models withou…"

Neil Loughran replied Feb 6, 2009 to Textual v Graphical models

23 Dec 6, 2011
Reply by Bill Lewis

"Thanks Vlad, I have to confess I'm not up on UML modelling as much as I'd like to b…"

Neil Loughran replied Feb 5, 2009 to Textual v Graphical models

23 Dec 6, 2011
Reply by Bill Lewis

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