Towards classification and automatic detection of feature interactions

Rafael Bidarra, Willem F. Bronsvoort
Proceedings of 29th International Symposium on Automotive Technology and Automation;Dedicated Conference on Mechatronics - Advanced Development Methods and Systems for Automotive Products, page 99--108 - jun 1996
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Current feature-based modelling systems fail to adequately maintain feature semantics, mainly due to an incomplete perception of feature interaction phenomena. In this paper a formal definition of feature interactions is derived, in order to identify the scope of situations to manage. A taxonomy for interactions is proposed that encompasses a wide range of situations, with either design or technological relevance. This is regarded as a first step in the development of flexible and powerful interaction detection and reaction mechanisms, aimed at improving the level of assistance provided to the user of a feature modelling system.

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@InProceedings { BB96a,
  author       = "Bidarra, Rafael and Bronsvoort, Willem F.",
  title        = "Towards classification and automatic detection of feature interactions",
  booktitle    = "Proceedings of 29th International Symposium on Automotive Technology and Automation;Dedicated Conference on Mechatronics - Advanced Development Methods and Systems for Automotive Products",
  pages        = "99--108",
  month        = "jun",
  year         = "1996",
  editor       = "Roller, D",
  publisher    = "Automotive Automation Limited, Croydon",
  address      = "Florence, Italy",
  url          = "http://graphics.tudelft.nl/Publications-new/1996/BB96a"
}

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