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This is illustrated by the following example. Example 3. Let F ≡ P({f1 , f2 }), C ≡ P({c1 , c2 }), and the feature-component model Mfc defined as follows. Mf ≡ F Mc ≡ C {c1 , c2 } f R c ⇔ ((f1 ∈ f ⇒ c1 ∈ c) ∧ (f2 ∈ f ⇒ c2 ∈ c)) Mfc ≡ (Mf × Mc ) ∩ R We see that f1 and f2 require c1 and c2 , respectively, and that c1 and c2 are mutually excluded. Therefore, there is no implementation for the feature configuration {f1 , f2 }, even though it is permitted by the feature model Mf . In other words, the induced feature model for Mfc is (F {f1 , f2 }).

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