Accepted Papers

Research track accepted papers:

  • Towards a Cognitive Model of Feature Model Comprehension: An Exploratory Study using Eye-Tracking by Elmira Rezaei Sepasi, Kambiz Nezami Balouchi, Julien Mercier and Roberto Erick Lopez-Herrejon
  • Features, Believe It or Not! A Design Pattern for First-Class Citizen Features on Stock JVM by Francesco Bertolotti, Walter Cazzola and Luca Favalli
  • Customizable Visualization of Quality Metrics for Object-Oriented Variability Implementations by Johann Mortara, Philippe Collet and Anne-Marie Pinna-Dery
  • Variability in Data Visualization: a Software Product Line Approach by José Miguel Horcas Aguilera, José A. Galindo and David Benavides
  • It’s Your Loss: Classifying Information Loss During Variability Model Roundtrip Transformations by Kevin Feichtinger, Chico Sundermann, Thomas Thüm and Rick Rabiser
  • Accuracy-Aware Constraint-based Configuration (short paper) by Mathias Uta, Alexander Felfernig, Denis Helic and Viet-Man Le
  • Feature Subset Selection for Learning Huge Configuration Spaces: The case of Linux Kernel Size by Mathieu Acher, Hugo Martin, Juliana Pereira, Luc Lesoil, Arnaud Blouin, Jean-Marc Jézéquel, Djamel Eddine Khelladi and Olivier Barais
  • Using software product lines to create blockchain products: application to supply chain traceability by Nicolas Six, Nicolas Herbaut, Roberto Erick Lopez-Herrejon and Camille Salinesi
  • A Systematic Mapping Study of Security Concepts for Configurable Data Storages by Richard May, Christian Biermann, Jacob Krüger, Gunter Saake and Thomas Leich
  • Evaluating the Benefits of Software Product Lines in Game Software Engineering by RT42: Jose Ignacio Trasobares, África Domingo, Lorena Arcega and Carlos Cetina
  • Towards Automated Merging of Forked Test Cases by Sandro Schulze, Jacob Krüger and Johannes Wünsche
  • Adaptive Behavioral Model Learning for Software Product Lines by Shaghayegh Tavassoli, Carlos Diego Damasceno, Ramtin Khosravi and Mohammadreza Mousavi
  • Open Source Software: An Approach to Controlling Usage and Risk in Application Ecosystems by Stan Zajdel, Diego Elias Costa and Hafedh Mili
  • WipeOutR: Automated Redundancy Detection For Feature Models (short paper) by Viet-Man Le, Alexander Felfernig, Mathias Uta, Thi Ngoc Trang Tran and Cristian Vidal

Industrial track accepted papers:

  • In Three Steps to Software Product Lines: a Practical Example from the Automotive Industry by Karsten Günther, Matthias Eggert, Jochen Maletschek, Alexandru Maxiniuc and Alexander Mann-Wahrenberg
  • Variability of Safety Risks in Production Environments by Deepak Dhungana, Alois Haselboeck, Ruben Ruiz-Torrubiano and Wallner Stefan
  • Behavioural Customisation of State Machine Models at ESO by Josef Hofer, Martin Becker and Andreas Schäfer
  • Improving the Customization of Software Product Lines through the Definition of Local Features by David de Castro, Alejandro Cortiñas, Miguel Rodríguez Luaces, Oscar Pedreira and Ángeles Saavedra
  • Quality-aware Analysis and Optimisation of Virtual Network Functions by Daniel-Jesus Munoz, Mónica Pinto and Lidia Fuentes
  • Evolvable SPL management with partial knowledge: an application to anomaly detection in time series by Yassine El Amraoui, Mireille Blay-Fornarino, Philippe Collet, Frederic Precioso and Julien Muller
  • From Feature Models to Feature Toggles in Practice by Jean-Marc Jézéquel, Jörg Kienzle and Mathieu Acher

Challenge cases track accepted papers:

Challenge case papers:

  • A Benchmark for Active Learning of Variability-Intensive Systems by Shaghayegh Tavassoli, Carlos Diego Nascimento Damasceno, Mohammad Reza Mousavi and Ramtin Khosravi

Challenge solution papers:

  • Code Smell Analysis in Cloned Java Variants: the Apo-games Case Study by Luciano Marchezan, Wesley K. G. Assunção, Gabriela Michelon, Edvin Herac and Alexander Egyed

Journal first track accepted papers:

  • Extended Abstract: We’re Not Gonna Break It! Consistency-Preserving Operators for Efficient Product Line Configuration by Jose-Miguel Horcas, Daniel Strüber, Alexandru Burdusel, Jabier Martinez and Steffen Zschaler    
  • Software product line scoping: A systematic literature review by Luciano Marchezan, Elder Rodrigues, Wesley K. G. Assunção, Maicon Bernardino, Fábio Paulo Basso and João Carbonell  
  • Incremental Software Product Line Verification – A Performance Analysis with Dead Variable Code by Christian Kröher, Moritz Flöter, Lea Gerling and Klaus Schmid

Demo and Tools Track accepted papers:

  • V4rdiac: Tooling for Multidisciplinary Delta-Oriented Variability Management in Cyber-Physical Production Systems by Hafiyyan Sayyid Fadhlillah, Kevin Feichtinger, Philipp Bauer, Elene Kutsia and Rick Rabiser
  • Derivation of Subset Product Lines in FeatureIDE by Lukas Linsbauer, Paul Westphal, Paul Maximilian Bittner, Sebastian Krieter, Thomas Thüm and Ina Schaefer
  • FM Fact Label: A Configurable and Interactive Visualization of Feature Model Characterizations by José Miguel Horcas Aguilera, José A. Galindo, Mónica Pinto, Lidia Fuentes and David Benavides
  • Baital: An Adaptive Weighted Sampling Platform for Configurable Systems by Eduard Baranov and Axel Legay
  • Acapulco: An extensible tool for identifying optimal and consistent feature model configurations by Jabier Martinez, Daniel Strüber, José Miguel Horcas Aguilera, Alexandru Burdusel and Steffen Zschaler
  • ddueruem: A Wrapper for Feature-Model Analysis Tools by Tobias Heß, Tobias Müller, Chico Sundermann and Thomas Thüm
  • kconfig-webconf: Retrofitting Performance Models onto Kconfig-Based Software Product Lines by Daniel Friesel, Kathrin Elmenhorst, Lennart Kaiser, Michael Müller and Olaf Spinczyk
  • Test2Feature: Feature-based Test Traceability Tool for Highly Configurable Software by Willian Douglas Ferrari Mendonça, Silvia Vergilio, Gabriela Karoline Michelon, Alexander Egyed and Wesley K. G. Assunção
  • spl-js-engine: a JavaScript tool to implement Software Product Lines by Alejandro Cortiñas, Miguel Rodríguez Luaces and Oscar Pedreira
  • A Tool for Analysing Higher-Order Feature Interactions in Preprocessor Annotations in C and C++ Projects by David Korsman, Carlos Diego Damasceno and Daniel Strüber
  • IDE-assisted visualization of indebted OO variability implementations by Johann Mortara, Philippe Collet and Anne-Marie Pinna-Dery

Doctoral Symposium accepted papers:

  • BEEHIVE – Behaviour-Induced Configuration of High Variability-Intensive Systems by Valeria Trombetta
  • Multidisciplinary Variability Management for Cyber-Physical Production Systems by Hafiyyan Sayyid Fadhlillah
  • Feature and Variability Extraction from Agile Specifications and their Related Source Code for Software Product Line Migration by Thomas Georges

Tutorial track accepted papers:

  • Similarity Matching for Product Comparison by Mike Mannion and Hermann Kaindl
  • Tutorial on the Universal Variability Language by Chico Sundermann, Kevin Feichtinger, José A. Galindo, David Benavides, Rick Rabiser, Sebastian Krieter and Thomas Thüm

Workshop accepted papers:

1st International Workshop on Technical Debt for Variability-intensive Systems:

  • Variability-aware data migration tool by David Romero, Jose A Galindo, José Miguel Horcas and David Benavides

10th International Workshop on REverse Variability Engineering:

  • Synchronizing software variants: A two-dimensional approach by Christoph König, Kamil Rosiak, Lukas Linsbauer and Ina Schaefer
  • A Prototype of a Crowd-sourcing Platform for Classification and Integration of Analysis Tools in Product Line Engineering by Mohammadali Soleymani, David Morais Ferreira, Vasil Tenev and Martin Becker

5th International Workshop on Variability and Evolution of Software-intensive Systems:

  • Towards an Integrated Approach for Managing the Variability and Evolution of both Software and Hardware Components by Jan Willem Wittler, Thomas Kühn and Ralf Reussner
  • Advisory: Vulnerability analysis in software development project dependencies by Antonio Germán Márquez Trujillo, José Ángel Galindo Duarte, Angel Jesús Varela-Vaca, María Teresa Gómez López and David Benavides Cuevas

2nd International Workshop on Variability Management for Modern Technologies:

  • A Tool for Modeling and Analysis of Relationships among Feature Model Views by Gökhan Kahraman and Loek Cleophas

5th Workshop on Experiences and Empirical Studies on Software Reuse:

  • Trust Challenges In Reusing Open Source Software: An Interview-based Initial Study by Javad Ghofrani, Paria Heravi, Kambiz Aghababazadeh Babaei and Mohammad Divband Soorati
  • Design for the analysis of variability management in the industry by Ana Eva Chacón-Luna, Antonio Manuel Gutierrez, David Benavides and Lidia Fuentes

5th International Workshop on Languages for Modelling Variability:

  • Bridging the Gap between Academia and Industry: Transforming the Universal Variability Language to pure::variants and back by Dario Romano, Kevin Feichtinger, Danilo Beuche, Uwe Ryssel and Rick Rabiser
  • Defining Categorical Reasoning of Numerical Feature Models with Feature-Wise and Variant-Wise Quality Attributes by Daniel-Jesus Munoz, Mónica Pinto, Dilian Gurov and Lidia Fuentes
  • On the Relation of Variability Modeling Languages and Non-Functional Properties by Daniel Friesel, Michael Müller, Matheus Ferraz and Olaf Spinczyk

24th International Workshop on Configuration:

  • Configuration of Domotic Systems based on Constraint Solving by Gerhard Leitner and Martin Stettinger
  • Applying Incremental Answer Set Solving to Product Configuration by Richard Comploi-Taupe, Giulia Francescutto and Gottfried Schenner
  • ConGuess: A Learning Environment for Configuration Tasks by Andreas Hofbauer and Alexander Felfernig
  • AI implemented toolkit for users’ job career “configuration”: The case of Create Your Own Future by Chiara Grosso, Noorie Sazen, Alex Baker and Roberto Boselli
  • A Meta-Model for Product Configuration Ontologies by Ebrahim Khalil Abbasi, Tony Leclercq and Patrick Heymans
  • Test Case Aggregation for Efficient Feature Model Testing by Viet-Man Le, Alexander Felfernig and Thi Ngoc Trang Tran
  • Consistency-based Integration of Multi-Stakeholder Recommender Systems With Feature Model Configuration by Viet-Man Le, Thi Ngoc Trang Tran and Alexander Felfernig
  • Iterative Constraint Reasoning – Dynamic Constraint Reasoning in Time Space by Lothar Hotz, Rainer Herzog and Stephanie von Riegen
  • Knowledge-based Configuration of Videos Using Feature Models by Sebastian Lubos, Markus Tautschnig, Alexander Felfernig and Viet-Man Le
  • Configuration Manager: Describing an Emerging Professional Figure by Enrico Sandrin, Cipriano Forza, Gerhard Leitner and Alessio Trentin
  • Product Configurators for Additively Manufactured Products: Exploring their peculiar characteristics by Robel Negussie Workalemahu, Cipriano Forza and Nikola Suzic
  • Interactive Feature Modeling with Background Knowledge by Simon Vandevelde, Benjamin Callewaert and Joost Vennekens
  • A generic knowledge model for resource reconfiguration in the context of Reconfigurable Manufacturing Systems by Mathis Allibe, Abdourahim Sylla and Gülgün Alpan
  • Challenges of testing self-adaptive systems by Liliana Marie Prikler and Franz Wotawa
  • Black-Box Optimization in a Configuration System by Maximilian Kucher, Tomas Balyo and Noemi Christensen
  • Constraint Solver for a Fixture Design – Results of a Student Case Study by Stefan Plappert, Simon Teves, Mevali Öztürk and Paul Christoph Gembarski
  • Table-based Knowledge Representations for Industrial Feature Models by Alexander Felfernig, Bettina Ortner and Viet-Man Le