Varibru - Variability in Software-Intensive Product Development

VariBru is a research project initiated in the framework of the Brussels Impulse Programme for ICT. It is supported by the Brussels Capital Region. The VariBru project addresses the strategic problems of software-intensive product builders. Its innovation goal is to perform research in four industrially relevant domains of software variability: software variability management, software product configurability, variability in live contexts, and variability in intention-aware products.

As a project partner, WISE is investigating the focussing on modeling the software variability, a new modeling technique Feature Assemby was developed.  

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Status: Finished

Start Date: 01-09-2007

End Date: 31-08-2013


External Research Groups Involved
SOFT - Vrije Universiteit Brussel
CoDE - Université Libre de Bruxelles
RELEASeD - Université Catholique de Louvain

Companies Involved
Sirris - Software Engineering Group

Funded By
ISRIB, the Institute for the encouragement of Scientific Research and Innovation of Brussels, and by the Brussels Capital Region.

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