Accepted papers

Research track 

Full papers


1. Mapping Cardinality-based Feature Models to Weighted Automata over Featured Multiset Semirings  

Robert Müller, Mathis Weiß and Malte Lochau


2. Should I Bother? Fast Patch Filtering for Statically-Configured Software Variants

Tobias Landsberg, Christian Dietrich and Daniel Lohmann


3. Pragmatic Random Sampling of the Linux Kernel: Enhancing the Randomness and Correctness of the conf Tool

David Fernandez-Amoros, Ruben Heradio, Jose-Miguel Horcas, Jose A. Galindo, David Benavides and Lidia Fuentes


4. Optimization Space Learning: A Lightweight, Noniterative Technique for Compiler Autotuning

Tamim Burgstaller, Damian Garber, Viet-Man Le and Alexander Felfernig


5. Collecting Feature Models from the Literature: A Comprehensive Dataset for Benchmarking

Chico Sundermann, Vincenzo Francesco Brancaccio, Elias Kuiter, Sebastian Krieter, Tobias Heß and Thomas Thüm


6. Feature-oriented Test Case Prioritization Strategies: An Evaluation for Highly Configurable Systems

Willian Douglas Ferrari Mendonça, Wesley K. G. Assunção and Silvia Vergilio


7. Give an Inch and Take a Mile? Effects of Adding Reliable Knowledge to Heuristic Feature Tracing

Sandra Greiner, Alexander Schultheiß, Paul Maximilian Bittner, Thomas Thüm and Timo Kehrer


8. On the Use of Multi-valued Decision Diagrams to Count Valid Configurations of Feature Models

Andrea Bombarda and Angelo Gargantini


9. Leveraging Phylogenetics in Software Product Families: The Case of Latent Content Generation in Video Games

Jorge Chueca, Daniel Blasco, Carlos Cetina and Jaime Font


10. Exploration of Failures in an sUAS Controller Software Product Line

Salil Purandare and Myra B. Cohen


11. Towards Deterministic Compilation of Binary Decision Diagrams From Feature Models

Tobias Heß, Sean Niklas Semmler, Chico Sundermann, Jacobo Torán and Thomas Thüm


Short papers


1. Wise Sampling: Trading Uniform T-Wise Feature Interaction Coverage for Smaller Samples

Tobias Pett, Sebastian Krieter, Thomas Thüm and Ina Schaefer

2. Taming the Variability of Browser’s Fingerprint

Maxime Huyghe, Clément Quinton and Walter Rudametkin

3. Visualizing Variability Implemented with Object-Orientation and Code Clones: A Tale of Two Cities

Yann Brault, Philippe Collet and Anne-Marie Pinna-Dery



Industrial Track


1. Variability Management for Large Language Model Tasks: Practical Insights from an Industrial Applicati

Kentaro Yoshimura and Haruki Oishi


2. SensorPublisher: Applying Software Product Lines to the development of IoT dashboards

Alejandro Cortiñas, Victor Lamas and Miguel R. Luaces


3. Applying Software Product Line Techniques to an Integrated Circuit System Modelling Framework: An Experience Report

Mark Feichtinger and Ulrich Muehlmann


4. Modelling Engineering Processes in Natural Language: A Case Study

Philipp Kogler, Wei Chen, Andreas Falkner, Alois Haselböck and Stefan Wallner


5. Not Quite There Yet: Remaining Challenges in Systems and Software Product Line Engineering as Perceived by Industry Practitioners

Martin Becker, Rick Rabiser and Goetz Botterweck


6. Tracing and Fixing Inconsistencies in Clone-and-Own Tabular Data Models

Nassim Bounouas, Mireille Blay-Fornarino and Philippe Collet


Journal First Track


1. On the Benefits of Knowledge Compilation for Feature-Model Analyses (Extended Abstract)

Chico Sundermann, Elias Kuiter, Tobias Heß, Heiko Raab, Sebastian Krieter and Thomas Thüm


2. Product lines of dataflows

Michael Lienhardt, Maurice ter Beek and Ferruccio Damiani


3. Variability modeling of products, processes, and resources in cyber–physical production systems engineering

Kristof Meixner, Kevin Feichtinger, Hafiyyan Sayyid Fadhlillah, Sandra Greiner, Hannes Marcher, Rick Rabiser and Stefan Biffl


4. Comparing the intensity of variability changes in software product line evolution 

Christian Kröher, Lea Gerling and Klaus Schmid



Doctoral Symposium


1. Preserving Non-Functional Requirements in Goal Models Using Meta-models of the Software Product Lines

Gullelala Jadoon


2. Design of a Meta-Factory for Product Lines Model-Driven Software

Vidjinnangni Alphonse Ignace Azonhoumon


3. Characterizing Resource Interaction Failures in Mobile Applications

Euler H. Marinho


4. Advancing Legacy Software Modernization through Software Product Line Engineering: A Case Study in Digital Libraries

Delfina Ramos-Vidal


Tutorial Track


1. Comparing Products using Similarity Matching

Mike Mannion and Hermann Kaindl


2. Variability Modeling and Implementation with EASy-Producer

Klaus Schmid and Holger Eichelberger


3. Open Science principles in software product lines: The case of the UVL ecosystem

José A. Galindo, David Romero Organvídez, Megha Bhushan, José Miguel Horcas Aguilera and David Benavides


Workshops papers



1. Industry Adoption of UVL: What We Will Need

Rick Rabiser


2. Towards a Product Configuration Representation for the Universal Variability Language

Hafiyyan Sayyid Fadhlillah and Rick Rabiser


3. Kconfig metamodel

David Romero Organvídez, Pablo Neira, José A. Galindo and David Benavides


4. Generating Feature Models with UVL’s Full Expressiveness

Chico Sundermann, Tobias Heß, Rahel Sundermann, Elias Kuiter, Sebastian Krieter and Thomas Thüm


5. Can Conditional Preferences and ∗CP-net Concepts Enhance Feature Models?

Jacques Malenfant and Tewfik Ziadi




1. Towards a Flexible Approach for Variability Mining

Alexander Stummer, Anna-Lena Hager and Rick Rabiser


2.  Out-of-the-Box Prediction of Non-Functional Variant Properties Using Automated Machine Learning

Lukas Güthing, Tobias Pett and Ina Schaefer


3. Multi-Version Decision Propagation for Configuring Feature Models in Space and Time

Tobias Heß, Simon Karrer and Lukas Ostheimer