Variability Extension to SparkS, a Domain Specific Scripting Language for Electronic Test Equipment

2019-09-01
Nikoo, Mahdi Saeedi
Oğuztüzün, Mehmet Halit S.
© 2019 IEEE.Initial version of SparkS, a domain specific scripting language for calibration automation of electronic test equipment, was designed as a single-task language. As we decided to make the language more powerful over time to make it support variations in equipment models, it also became clear that we need to give language a support for variability. In this work we present our approach for handling variability in SparkS. We also show our design and development of the methodology.

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Citation Formats
M. S. Nikoo and M. H. S. Oğuztüzün, “Variability Extension to SparkS, a Domain Specific Scripting Language for Electronic Test Equipment,” 2019, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/57142.