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As input for this process we will need: the reference architecture (obtained as a result of the previous process), existing assets and specific product requirements. First, based on the platform repository (descriptions of quality, physical and logical features of the platforms), the Core Reference Architecture will be enhanced. Then a validation will be carried out to check its internal coherence. If this architecture is coherent, variation points have to be provided, by adding all the variants and identifying all the possible relations among them.
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Oquendo et al. ): EWSA 2004, LNCS 3047, pp. 25–42, 2004. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2004 26 Rodrigo Cerón et al. One of the main areas of interest in our research group is conceptual modelling for product families. There are many works in this arena [1–9], in consequence there is a need for common understanding, which can be facilitated with the usage of conceptual models providing a framework to organize and structure the knowledge. The models provide a way of communication and a common vocabulary for the people within the organization .