Transitioning Product Line and Component-Based Approaches to Industrial Practice 

International Workshop on Product Line Engineering The Early Steps: 
Planning, Modeling, and Managing








PLEES'02 is coming up at the OOPSLA at Seattle, 2002 (  

We will collect all information relevant to the workshop on this web-site. Over time all accepted submissions, the presentation slides, as well as additional background information will be collected here.

The Call for Papers for PLEES'02

Material from the workshop 

The Workshop Proceedings

The Program Committee

The Call for Papers - 2002

The Call for Papers for the 2002 iteration can be found here


Material from the workshop

Klaus Schmid and Birgit Geppert.
Introduction to PLEES'02

The following papers were accepted for presentation at the workshop:

Kester Clegg, Tim Kelly, and John McDermid. 
Incremental Product Line Development

Ben J. Bronk. 
Product Line Introduction in a Multi-Business Line Context. An Experience Report

Risto Pohjonen, Juha-Pekka Tolvanen. 
Automated Production of Family Members: Lessons Learned (slides)

Claudia Fritsch, Andreas Lehn, Thomas Strohm. 
Evaluating Variability Implementation Mechanisms (slides)

Andreas Birk. 
Three Case Studies on Initiating Product Lines: Enablers and Obstacles (slides)

M. S. Rajasree, Ram D. Janaki, and Kumar Reddy Jithendra. 
Pattern Oriented Approach for the Design of Frameworks for Software Product Lines (slides)

John D. McGregor and Melissa L. Russ. 
Integrating A Software Product Line Strategy with a Product Production Strategy: A Case Study

Charles W. Krueger and Dale Churchett. 
Eliciting Abstractions from a Software Product Line



Workshop Proceedings

The workshop proceedings have been published as Technical Report at Fraunhofer IESE (No. 056.02/E). They are available through Fraunhofer IESE or directly from here.



Program Committee

The 2002 Program Committee consisted of the following people:

Colin Atkinson, Independent Consultant, Germany

Günter Böckle, Siemens, Germany

Jan Bosch, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

Lars Bratthall, ABB, Norway

Paul Clements, SEI, USA

John Favaro, Consulenza Informatica, Italy

Birgit Geppert, Avaya Labs, USA

Rick Kazman, Software Engineering Institute, USA

Frank van der Linden, Philips, The Netherlands

Klaus Schmid, Fraunhofer IESE, Germany

Douglas C. Schmidt, University of California, Irvine, USA

Johannes Siedersleben, sd&m AG, Germany

Kevin Sullivan, University of Virginia, USA

Juha-Pekka Tolvanen, MetaCase Consulting, Finland

David Weiss, Avaya Labs, USA

Organizers: Klaus Schmid and Birgit Geppert