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Michael Stupperich – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Combining Agile Development and Software Product Lines in Automotive: Challenges and Recommendations
    2018 IEEE International Conference on Engineering Technology and Innovation (ICE ITMC), 2018
    Co-Authors: Philipp Hohl, Michael Stupperich, Jürgen Münch, Kurt Schneider

    Abstract:

    Software product lines (SPLs) are used throughout the Automotive industry. SPLs help to manage the large number of variants and to improve quality by reuse. In order to develop high quality software faster, agile software development (ASD) practices are introduced. From both the research and the management point of view it is still not clear how these two approaches can be combined. We derive recommendations to combine ASD and SPLs based on challenges identified for an Automotive-specific model. This study combines the outcome of a literature review and a qualitative interview study with 16 practitioners from the Automotive Domain. We evaluate the results and analyze the relationship between ASD and SPLs in the Automotive Domain. Furthermore, we derive recommendations to combine ASD and SPLs based on challenges identified in the Automotive Domain. This study identifies 86 individual challenges. Important challenges address supplier collaboration and faster software release cycles without loss of quality. The identified challenges and the derived recommendations show that the combination of ASD and SPL in the Automotive industry is promising but not trivial. There is a need for an Automotive-specific approach that combines ASD and SPL.

  • ICE/ITMC – Combining Agile Development and Software Product Lines in Automotive: Challenges and Recommendations
    2018 IEEE International Conference on Engineering Technology and Innovation (ICE ITMC), 2018
    Co-Authors: Philipp Hohl, Michael Stupperich, Jürgen Münch, Kurt Schneider

    Abstract:

    Software product lines (SPLs) are used throughout the Automotive industry. SPLs help to manage the large number of variants and to improve quality by reuse. In order to develop high quality software faster, agile software development (ASD) practices are introduced. From both the research and the management point of view it is still not clear how these two approaches can be combined. We derive recommendations to combine ASD and SPLs based on challenges identified for an Automotive-specific model. This study combines the outcome of a literature review and a qualitative interview study with 16 practitioners from the Automotive Domain. We evaluate the results and analyze the relationship between ASD and SPLs in the Automotive Domain. Furthermore, we derive recommendations to combine ASD and SPLs based on challenges identified in the Automotive Domain. This study identifies 86 individual challenges. Important challenges address supplier collaboration and faster software release cycles without loss of quality. The identified challenges and the derived recommendations show that the combination of ASD and SPL in the Automotive industry is promising but not trivial. There is a need for an Automotive-specific approach that combines ASD and SPL.

  • PROFES – Real-Life Challenges on Agile Software Product Lines in Automotive
    Product-Focused Software Process Improvement, 2017
    Co-Authors: Philipp Hohl, Jürgen Münch, Kurt Schneider, Michael Stupperich

    Abstract:

    Context: The current situation and future scenarios of the Automotive Domain require a new strategy to develop high quality software in a fast pace. In the Automotive Domain, it is assumed that a combination of agile development practices and software product lines is beneficial, in order to be capable to handle high frequency of improvements. This assumption is based on the understanding that agile methods introduce more flexibility in short development intervals. Software product lines help to manage the high amount of variants and to improve quality by reuse of software for long term development.

Philipp Hohl – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Combining Agile Development and Software Product Lines in Automotive: Challenges and Recommendations
    2018 IEEE International Conference on Engineering Technology and Innovation (ICE ITMC), 2018
    Co-Authors: Philipp Hohl, Michael Stupperich, Jürgen Münch, Kurt Schneider

    Abstract:

    Software product lines (SPLs) are used throughout the Automotive industry. SPLs help to manage the large number of variants and to improve quality by reuse. In order to develop high quality software faster, agile software development (ASD) practices are introduced. From both the research and the management point of view it is still not clear how these two approaches can be combined. We derive recommendations to combine ASD and SPLs based on challenges identified for an Automotive-specific model. This study combines the outcome of a literature review and a qualitative interview study with 16 practitioners from the Automotive Domain. We evaluate the results and analyze the relationship between ASD and SPLs in the Automotive Domain. Furthermore, we derive recommendations to combine ASD and SPLs based on challenges identified in the Automotive Domain. This study identifies 86 individual challenges. Important challenges address supplier collaboration and faster software release cycles without loss of quality. The identified challenges and the derived recommendations show that the combination of ASD and SPL in the Automotive industry is promising but not trivial. There is a need for an Automotive-specific approach that combines ASD and SPL.

  • ICE/ITMC – Combining Agile Development and Software Product Lines in Automotive: Challenges and Recommendations
    2018 IEEE International Conference on Engineering Technology and Innovation (ICE ITMC), 2018
    Co-Authors: Philipp Hohl, Michael Stupperich, Jürgen Münch, Kurt Schneider

    Abstract:

    Software product lines (SPLs) are used throughout the Automotive industry. SPLs help to manage the large number of variants and to improve quality by reuse. In order to develop high quality software faster, agile software development (ASD) practices are introduced. From both the research and the management point of view it is still not clear how these two approaches can be combined. We derive recommendations to combine ASD and SPLs based on challenges identified for an Automotive-specific model. This study combines the outcome of a literature review and a qualitative interview study with 16 practitioners from the Automotive Domain. We evaluate the results and analyze the relationship between ASD and SPLs in the Automotive Domain. Furthermore, we derive recommendations to combine ASD and SPLs based on challenges identified in the Automotive Domain. This study identifies 86 individual challenges. Important challenges address supplier collaboration and faster software release cycles without loss of quality. The identified challenges and the derived recommendations show that the combination of ASD and SPL in the Automotive industry is promising but not trivial. There is a need for an Automotive-specific approach that combines ASD and SPL.

  • PROFES – Real-Life Challenges on Agile Software Product Lines in Automotive
    Product-Focused Software Process Improvement, 2017
    Co-Authors: Philipp Hohl, Jürgen Münch, Kurt Schneider, Michael Stupperich

    Abstract:

    Context: The current situation and future scenarios of the Automotive Domain require a new strategy to develop high quality software in a fast pace. In the Automotive Domain, it is assumed that a combination of agile development practices and software product lines is beneficial, in order to be capable to handle high frequency of improvements. This assumption is based on the understanding that agile methods introduce more flexibility in short development intervals. Software product lines help to manage the high amount of variants and to improve quality by reuse of software for long term development.

Bernhard Rumpe – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • HICSS – Evaluation of Variability Concepts for Simulink in the Automotive Domain
    2015 48th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2015
    Co-Authors: Carsten Kolassa, Holger Rendel, Bernhard Rumpe

    Abstract:

    Modeling variability in Matlab/Simulink becomes more and more important. We took the two variability modeling concepts already included in Matlab/Simulink and our own one and evaluated them to find out which one is suited best for modeling variability in the Automotive Domain. We conducted a controlled experiment with developers at Volkswagen AG to decide which concept is preferred by developers and if their preference aligns with measurable performance factors. We found out that all existing concepts are viable approaches and that the delta approach is both the preferred concept as well as the objectively most efficient one, which makes ?Simulink a good solution to model variability in the Automotive Domain.

  • evaluation of variability concepts for simulink in the Automotive Domain
    Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2015
    Co-Authors: Carsten Kolassa, Holger Rendel, Bernhard Rumpe

    Abstract:

    Modeling variability in Matlab/Simulink becomes more and more important. We took the two variability modeling concepts already included in Matlab/Simulink and our own one and evaluated them to find out which one is suited best for modeling variability in the Automotive Domain. We conducted a controlled experiment with developers at Volkswagen AG to decide which concept is preferred by developers and if their preference aligns with measurable performance factors. We found out that all existing concepts are viable approaches and that the delta approach is both the preferred concept as well as the objectively most efficient one, which makes ?Simulink a good solution to model variability in the Automotive Domain.

  • Evaluation of Variability Concepts for Simulink in the Automotive Domain
    2015 48th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2015
    Co-Authors: Carsten Kolassa, Holger Rendel, Bernhard Rumpe

    Abstract:

    Modeling variability in Matlab/Simulink becomes more and more important. We took the two variability modeling concepts already included in Matlab/Simulink and our own one and evaluated them to find out which one is suited best for modeling variability in the Automotive Domain. We conducted a controlled experiment with developers at Volkswagen AG to decide which concept is preferred by developers and if their preference aligns with measurable performance factors. We found out that all existing concepts are viable approaches and that the delta approach is both the preferred concept as well as the objectively most efficient one, which makes Delta-Simulink a good solution to model variability in the Automotive Domain.