The goal of the ESAPS project was the definition and validation of methods and techniques for requirements- and experience-based product development using product-family-specific architectures and components.
ESAPS aimed at providing consistent product family concepts for software-intensive products. We focused on the following areas: requirements management, traceability, decision support, architecture definition and evaluation, component descriptions, component selection, and product composition.
The work of the University of Duisburg-Essen mainly referred to Work Package 1 in the project:
In addition, our results were validated in the industry cooperation with Siemens Health Services.
Duration: 01.07.1999 – 01.06.2001
Funded by: Federal Minitry of Education and Research (BMBF)
Type: Joint Research Project