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Knowledge-Based Configuration by Juha Tiihonen, Claire Bagley, Lothar Hotz, Alexander Felfernig

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Chapter 20

Configuring and Generating Technical Documents

Rick Rabisera, Michael Vierhauserb, Martin Lehoferb, Paul Grünbachera and Tomi Männistöc,    aJohannes Kepler University Linz, Linz, Austria,    bSiemens VAI Metals Technologies, Linz, Austria,    cAalto University, Aalto, Finland

Abstract

In industrial software development salespeople, product managers, or technical writers frequently create documents such as offers, contracts, user manuals, or technical documentation. For products that are configured specifically for different customers, the documentation also needs to be adapted to match the product. Such adaptation of documents is tedious and error-prone and can easily lead to inconsistencies. Stakeholders thus need configuration support ...

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