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VaMoS 2021 Conference for Variability Modelling of Software-Intensive Systems

Congratulations to our colleagues for two accepted papers!

It is great news that 2 papers accepted at VaMoS 2021 Conference for Variability Modelling of Software-Intensive Systems.

(1) Work by Kevin Feichtinger, opens an external URL in a new windowJohann Paul Stöbich, opens an external URL in a new window, Dario Romano and Rick Rabiser, opens an external URL in a new window: TRAVART: An Approach for Transforming Variability Models. In this paper, we present and evaluate TRAVART, an approach for transforming artifacts describing variability, such as variability models. TRAVART is based on generic transformation operations and implemented in specific transformation algorithms. Using TRAVART, researchers and practitioners can experiment with and compare different variability models and switch from one modeling approach to another. TRAVART is an acronym for TRAnsforming Variability ARTtifacts.

(2) Joint work of Software Competence Center Hagenberg GmbH, opens an external URL in a new window and our Lab: Stefan Fischer, Rudolf Ramler, opens an external URL in a new window, Claus Klammer and Rick Rabiser: Testing of Highly Configurable Cyber-Physical Systems - A Multiple Case Study. The paper reports the results of a multiple case study we conducted with three companies developing and maintaining highly-configurable cyber-physical systems focusing on their testing practices, with a particular focus on how they manage variability in tests.