FOSD Feature Algebras

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Feature Oriented Programming or Feature Oriented Software Development (FOSD) is a general paradigm for program synthesis in software product lines. Please read the Feature Oriented Programming page that explains how an FOSD model of a product line is a tuple of 0-ary and 1-ary functions. This page explores the basic operations from which the 0-ary and 1-ary functions of FOSD are formed.[1][2][3]

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  1. ^ "A Disciplined Approach to Aspect Composition". 
  2. ^ "An Algebra for Features and Feature Composition". 
  3. ^ "Superimposition: A Language-Independent Approach to Software Composition".