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e Abreu, F. B., and M. Goulão, "Coupling and Cohesion as Modularization Drivers: Are we being over-persuaded?", 5th European Conference on Software Maintenance and Reengineering (CSMR'2001), Lisboa, Portugal, IEEE Computer Society Press, pp. 47-57, 2001. Abstract

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Abreu, F. B., M. Goulão, and R. Esteves, "Toward the Design Quality Evaluation of Object-Oriented Software Systems", 5th International Conference on Software Quality, Austin, Texas, EUA, American Society for Quality, pp. 44-57, 1995. Abstract

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e Abreu, F. B., and M. Goulão, "A Merit Factor Driven Approach to the Modularization of Software Systems", L'Object, 2001. Abstract

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Abreu, F. B., L. M. Ochoa, and M. Goulão, The GOODLY Design Language for MOOD Metrics Collection, , no. R16/97: INESC, March, 1997. Abstract

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Abreu, F. B., R. Esteves, and M. Goulão, "The Design of Eiffel Programs: Quantitative Evaluation Using the MOOD Metrics", TOOLS'96 (Technology of Object Oriented Languages and Systems), Santa Barbara, CA, EUA, 1996. Abstract

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Abreu, F. B., L. M. Ochoa, and M. Goulão, "The GOODLY Design Language for MOOD2 Metrics Collection", 3rd ECOOP Workshop on Quantitative Approaches in Object-Oriented Software Engineering (QAOOSE'1999), Lisbon, Portugal, 1999. Abstract

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Abreu, F. B., and M. Goulão, "Designing and Coding Object-Oriented Systems: An Introductory Course Experience Report", Workshop on Introducing OO Design and Programming with Special Emphasis on Concrete Examples (ECOOP'99), vol. 1743, Lisboa, Portugal, Springer Verlag, pp. 351-353, 1999. Abstract

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Alanen, M., J. Cabot, M. Goulão, and J. Sáez, "Doctoral symposium", UML Modeling Languages and Applications, vol. 3297: Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, pp. 85-93, 2005. Abstract

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Almeida, C., M. Goulão, and J. Araújo, "A Systematic Comparison of i* Modelling Tools Based on Syntactic and Well-Formedness Rules", 6th International i* (iStar) Workshop, Valencia, Spain, 17-18 Jun. , 2013. Abstractalmeidagoulaoaraujo2013istar.pdf

There are several tools currently available in the i * community. These tools have diff erent features and purposes. Choosing the most adequate tool for a specifi c modelling situation can be a challenge. To overcome this diffculty, we present a systematic comparison of the i * tools listed in the i * wiki page, according to their features, syntax coverage and semantic analysis support. Our comparison highlights the
diff erent strengths of those tools, to help identifying situations for which each tool might be particularly useful. We contribute with an aggregated vision of current i * tool support to the body of knowledge of the i * community. In addition, this comparison also helps identifying opportunities for further evolution of the surveyed tools.

Ameller, D., X. Franch, C. Gómez, J. Araújo, R. B. Svensson, S. Biffl, J. Cabot, V. Cortellessa, M. Daneva, D. M. Fernández, A. Moreira, H. Muccini, A. Vallecillo, M. Wimmer, V. Amaral, H. Brunelière, L. Burgueño, M. Goulão, B. Schätz, and S. Teufl, "Handling Non-Functional Requirements in Model-Driven Development: An Ongoing Industrial Survey", 23rd International Conference on Requirements Engineering (RE'15) - RE: Next!, Ottawa, Canada, IEEE Computer Society, 24-28 August, 2015.
Araújo, J., M. Goulão, A. Moreira, I. Simão, V. Amaral, and E. Baniassad, "Advanced Modularity for Building SPL Feature Models: a Model-Driven Approach", 28th ACM Symposium on Applied Computing, Requirements Engineering Track, ACM-SAC 2013, Coimbra, Portugal, ACM, 18-22 Mar., 2013. Abstractaraujo2013sac.pdf

Feature Models are commonly used to specify commonalities and variabilities in Software Product Lines (SPL). Our goal is to enhance feature modeling with traceability and improved support for crosscutting concerns. While traceability will show the features’ requirement-origins, providing means to reason about
their existence, crosscutting concerns will be handled through advanced modularity mechanisms (e.g. aspects), making the impact of changes to SPL models less difficult to understand and analyze. The result is Theme/SPL, a novel SPL requirements technique based on a concern-driven approach (Theme/Doc). Theme/SPL includes the proposal of a domain-specific language for specifying Theme/Doc models and uses model-driven development to generate automatically feature models from them. We show the applicability of the technique through a case study using a within-group design to evaluate the final results and tools developed.