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2017

Alexandru Burdusel and Steffen Zschaler: Automatic generation of evolution rules for model-driven optimisation. 8th International Workshop on Graph Computation Models (GCM'17), 2017. Refereed Workshop Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Steffen Zschaler, Martin Chapman, Sam White, Kyle Hodgetts, John Armstrong: NEXUS: A flexible platform for automated assessment and feedback. 11th Excellence in Teaching Conference, London, 2017. Poster,  research areas: Teaching
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Steffen Zschaler and Francisco Duran: GTS Families for the Flexible Composition of Graph Transformation Systems. 20th International Conference on Fundamental Approaches to Software Engineering (FASE'17), 2017.
[pdf ((c) Springer)] [slides] [http] [bibtex] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Modularity
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2016

Alexandru Burdusel and Steffen Zschaler: Model Optimisation for Feature--Class allocation using MDEOptimiser: A TTC 2016 Submission. Transformation Tool Contest , 2016.
[pdf] [additional material] Refereed Workshop Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Modularity
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Lucy Yeomans, Steffen Zschaler, and Kelly Coate: Identifying the challenges of learning programming at undergraduate level: A Threshold Concept approach. Executive summary report of project findings, 2016.
[pdf] Unrefereed Publication,  research areas: Teaching
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Steffen Zschaler and Lawrence Mandow: Towards Model-Based Optimisation: Using domain knowledge explicitly. Proc. Workshop on Model-Driven Engineering, Logic and Optimization (MELO'16), 2016.
[pdf ((c) Springer 2017)] [slides] Refereed Workshop Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Lorenzo Mandow, Jose Antonio Montenegro, and Steffen Zschaler: Mejora de una representación genética genérica para modelos. Actas de la XVII Conferencia de la Asociación Española para la Inteligencia Artificial (CAEPIA 2016) (in press), 2016.
[pdf] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Rick Salay, Steffen Zschaler, and Marsha Chechik: Correct Reuse of Transformations is Hard to Guarantee. 9th International Conference on Model Transformations (ICMT'16), 2016.
[slides] [http] [bibtex] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Modularity
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Sobhan Yassipour Tehrani, Steffen Zschaler, and Kevin Lano: Requirements Engineering in Model-Transformation Development: An Interview-Based Study. 9th International Conference on Model Transformations (ICMT\'16), 2016. Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Empirical Software Engineering
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Johan Fabry, Coen De Roover, Carlos Noguera, Steffen Zschaler, Awais Rashid, Viviane Jonckers: AspectJ Code Analysis and Verification with GASR. Journal of Systems and Software, to be published, 2016.
[pdf] [http] Refereed Journal Article,  research areas: Modularity, Empirical Software Engineering
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
José-Miguel Horcas, Steffen Zschaler, Mónica Pinto, and Lidia Fuentes: Towards Contractual Interfaces for Reusable Functional Quality Attribute Operationalisations. Proc. 1st Modularity in Modelling Workshop (MOMO\'16), 2016.
[pdf] Refereed Workshop Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Modularity, Non-functional Properties
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2015

Rick Salay, Steffen Zschaler, and Marsha Chechik: Transformation reuse: What is the intent?. Proc. 4th Workshop on the Analysis of Model Transformations (AMT'15), 2015.
[pdf] [http] Refereed Workshop Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Francisco Durán, Antonio Moreno-Delgado, Fernando Orejas, and Steffen Zschaler: Amalgamation of Domain Specific Languages with Behaviour. Journal of Logical and Algebraic Methods in Programming, 86(1): 208--235, Jan. 2017, 2015.
[pdf] [http] [bibtex] Refereed Journal Article,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Modularity, Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Steffen Zschaler, Kelly Coate, and Andrew Coles: Using agile methods to teach programming to 1st-year computer-science undergraduate students. Academic Practice and Technology Conference 2015 (APT'15), Greenwich, 2015.
[http] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Teaching
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Paraskevi Zerva, Steffen Zschaler and Simon Miles: Modelling and Analysing Provenance Awareness Infrastructure for SOC systems. SOSE'15, 2015.
[http] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Non-functional Properties, Ontologies and the Semantic Web
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2014

Kleopatra Chatziprimou, Kevin Lano, and Steffen Zschaler: Surrogate-Assisted Online Optimisation of Cloud IaaS Configurations. Proc. 6th IEEE Int'l Conf. on Cloud Computing Technology and Science (CloudCom'14), 2014.
Acceptance rate: 18%
[http] [bibtex] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Paraskevi Zerva, Kahina Hamadache, George Angouras, Steffen Zschaler, and Simon Miles: An Industrial Case Study on Provenance Awareness of Composite Services. Proc. 10th Int'l Conf. Semantics, Knowledge & Grids (SKG'14), 2014.
[pdf] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Non-functional Properties, Ontologies and the Semantic Web
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Dionysios Efstathiou, James R. Williams, and Steffen Zschaler: Crepe Complete: Multi-objective optimisation for your models. Proc. 1st Int'l Workshop on Combining Modelling with Search- and Example-Based Approaches (CMSEBA'14), co-located with MODELS 2014, 2014.
[pdf] [bibtex] Refereed Workshop Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Dionysios Efstathiou, Peter McBurney, Steffen Zschaler, and Johann Bourcier: Efficient Multi-Objective Optimisation of Service Compositions in Mobile Ad hoc Networks Using Lightweight Surrogate Models. JUCS special issue on WAS4FI 2013, 20(8): 1089-1108, 2014.
[pdf] [http] [bibtex] Refereed Journal Article,  research areas: Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Steffen Zschaler: Towards Constraint-Based Model Types: A Generalised Formal Foundation for Model Genericity. 2nd Workshop on View-Based, Aspect-Oriented and Orthographic Software Modelling, 2014.
ACM DL Author-ize service [pdf] [slides] [bibtex] [additional material] Refereed Workshop Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Modularity
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Steffen Zschaler and Sobhan Yassipour Tehran: Aspectual Code Generators for Easy Generation of FIXML to OO Mappings. TTC 2014 FIXML Case Solution, 2014.
[pdf] [http] [additional material] Unrefereed Publication,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Modularity
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Steffen Zschaler, Piotr Galar, and Andrew Coles: Challenge2Code: Encouraging first-year computer-science students to program. 8th King's College London Excellence in Teaching Conference, 2014.
[pdf] Poster,  research areas: Teaching
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Adrian Juan-Verdejo, Steffen Zschaler, Bholanathsingh Surajbali, Henning Baars, and Hans-Georg Kemper: InCLOUDer: Effective Partial Migration of Pre-Existing Applications to the Appropriate Cloud Environment . In Proc. 40th Euromicro Conf. Software Engineering and Advanced Applications (SEAA 2014), 2014.
[pdf] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Modularity, Non-functional Properties, Other
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Dionysios Efstathiou, Peter McBurney, Steffen Zschaler, and Johann Bourcier: Surrogate-Assisted Optimisation of Composite Applications in Mobile Ad-hoc Networks. Proc. GECCO'14, 2014.
ACM DL Author-ize service [pdf]  Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Antonio Moreno-Delgado, Francisco Durán, Steffen Zschaler, and Javier Troya: Modular DSLs for flexible analysis: An e-Motions reimplementation of Palladio. Proc. ECMFA 2014, 2014.
[pdf (The original publication is available at www.springerlink.com.)] [http] [bibtex] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Modularity, Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Paraskevi Zerva, Steffen Zschaler, and Simon Miles: A Provenance Model of Composite Services in Service-Oriented Environments. Proc. 8th IEEE Int'l Symposium on Service-Oriented System Engineering (SOSE 2014), 2014.
[pdf] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Non-functional Properties, Ontologies and the Semantic Web
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Kevin Lano, Shekoufeh Kolahdouz-Rahimi, Iman Poernomo, Jeffrey Terrell, and Steffen Zschaler: Correct-by-Construction Synthesis of Model Transformations using Transformation Patterns. SoSyM, 13(2):873-907, 2014.
[pdf] [http] [bibtex] Refereed Journal Article,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Modularity
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Steffen Zschaler, Birgit Demuth, and Lothar Schmitz: Salespoint: A Java Framework for Teaching Object-Oriented Software Development. Science of Computer Programming 79:189--203, Elsevier, 2014.
[http] [bibtex] Refereed Journal Article,  research areas: Teaching
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2013

Piotr Rygielski, Samuel Kounev, and Steffen Zschaler: Model-Based Throughput Prediction in Data Center Networks. Proc. 2nd IEEE Int'l Workshop on Measurements and Networking (M&N 2013), Naples, Italy, October 7-8, 2013, pages 167-172, 2013.
[pdf] [bibtex] Refereed Workshop Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Kleopatra Chatziprimou, Kevin Lano, and Steffen Zschaler: Runtime Infrastructure Optimisation in Cloud IaaS Structures. IEEE CloudCom 2013, 2013.
Kleopatra received the Best PhD paper award for this paper.
[pdf] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Dionysios Efstathiou, Peter McBurney, Steffen Zschaler, and Johann Bourcier: Flexible QoS-Aware Service Composition in Highly Heterogeneous and Dynamic Service-Based Systems. In Proc. 9th IEEE Int'l Conf. on Wireless and Mobile Computing, Networking and Communications (WiMob 2013) , 2013.
[bibtex] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Dionysios Efstathiou and Peter McBurney and Steffen Zschaler and Johann Bourcier: Exploring Optimal Service Compositions in Highly Heterogeneous and Dynamic Service-Based Systems. In G. Ruhe and Y. Zhang, editors, Search Based Software Engineering, volume 8084 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 312317. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2013., 2013.
[http] [bibtex] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Elizabeth Black, Peter McBurney, and Steffen Zschaler: Towards Agent Dialogue as a Tool for Capturing Software Design Discussions. 2nd Int'l Workshop on Theory and Applications of Formal Argumentation (TAFA'13), 2013.
[pdf] [bibtex] Refereed Workshop Paper,  research areas: Empirical Software Engineering
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Paraskevi Zerva, Steffen Zschaler, and Simon Miles: Towards Provenance Aware Design of Service Compositions: A Methodology for Analysing the Provenance Awareness in Service Designs. Proc. 10th IEEE Int'l Conf. on Services Computing, Work-in-Progress Track, 2013.
[pdf ((c) IEEE)] Poster,  research areas: Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Steffen Zschaler and Francisco Durán: Verifiable Modularisation of DSMLs. MODULARITY: aosd'13, 13th Int'l Conf. on Aspect-Oriented Software Development, 2013.
[pdf] Poster,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Modularity
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Francisco Durán, Fernando Orejas, and Steffen Zschaler: Behaviour Protection in Modular Rule-Based System Specifications. Recent Trends in Algebraic Development Techniques: Revised Selected Papers WADT. Springer LNCS 7841, pp. 24--49, 2013.
[pdf ((c) Springer-Verlag)] [http] [bibtex] Refereed Book Chapter,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Modularity
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Kleopatra Chatziprimou, Kevin Lano, Steffen Zschaler: Towards A Meta-Model of the Cloud Computing Resource Landscape. Proc. 1st Int'l Conf. Model-Driven Engineering and Software Development, 2013.
[pdf] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Piotr Rygielski, Steffen Zschaler, and Samuel Kounev: A Meta-Model for Performance Modeling of Dynamic Virtualized Network Infrastructures. Proc. 4th ACM/SPEC International Conference on Performance Engineering, work-in-progress paper, 2013.
ACM DL Author-ize service [pdf] [http] [bibtex] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Paraskevi Zerva, Steffen Zschaler, and Simon Miles: Towards Design Support for Provenance Awareness: A Classification of Provenance Questions. Proc. Int'l Workshop on Managing and Querying Provenance Data at Scale (BIGProv'13), Genova, Italy, 2013.
ACM DL Author-ize service [pdf] [http] [bibtex] Refereed Workshop Paper,  research areas: Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Javier Troya, Antonio Vallecillo, Francisco Durán, and Steffen Zschaler: Model-Driven Performance Analysis of Rule-Based Domain Specific Visual Models. Information and Software Technology 55(1):88--110, January 2013, 2013.
[http] [bibtex] Refereed Journal Article,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Non-functional Properties
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2012

Paraskevi Zerva, Steffen Zschaler, and Simon Miles: Towards Formal Specification of Non-functional Properties for Provenance Awareness. DSM-TP - 3rd International Summer School on Domain Specific Modeling - Theory and Practice, Lisbon, Portugal, 2012.
[pdf] Poster,  research areas: Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Dionysios Efstathiou, Peter McBurney, Noel Plouzeau, and Steffen Zschaler: Improving the quality of distributed composite service applications. Imperial College Computing Student Workshop, 2012.
[bibtex] Refereed Workshop Paper,  research areas: Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Francisco Duran, Steffen Zschaler, and Javier Troya: On the Reusable Specification of Non-functional Properties in DSLs. Proc. 5th Int'l Conf. on Software Language Engineering (SLE 2012), LNCS vol. 7745, pp. 332--351, Springer, 2012.
Acceptance rate: 32%
[pdf (The original publication is available at www.springerlink.com.)] [slides] [http] [bibtex] [additional material] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Modularity, Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Francisco Duran and Steffen Zschaler: On the modularity and reusability of the rule-based specification of QoS properties of systems. Prelimiary Proc. 21st Int'l Workshop on Algebraic Development Techniques (WADT'2012) -- Technical Report Universidad Complutense de Madrid #TR-08/12, 2012.
[pdf] [bibtex] Refereed Workshop Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Modularity, Non-functional Properties
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2011

Steffen Zschaler, Jeffrey Terrell, and Iman Poernomo: Towards Modular Reasoning for Model Transformations. Workshop on Composition and Evolution of Model Transformations, King's College London, Dept. of Informatics, 2011.
[pdf] [bibtex] Refereed Workshop Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Modularity
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Jeffrey Terrell, Steffen Zschaler, and Iman Poernomo: Proof-Carrying Model-Transformation Components. Technical report TR-11-02, Department of Informatics, King's College London, 2011.
[pdf] [http] [bibtex] Unrefereed Publication,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Modularity
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Steffen Zschaler, Pablo Sánchez, Carlos Nebrera, Lidia Fuentes, Vaidas Gasiunas, and Ludger Fiege: Product-driven software product line engineering. Awais Rashid, Jean-Claude Royer, and Andreas Rummler (eds.): Aspect-Oriented, Model-Driven Software Product Lines -- The AMPLE Way. Cambridge University Press, pp 287--315, 2011.
[http] [bibtex] [Buy the book at Amazon] Refereed Book Chapter,  research areas: Modularity
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Steffen Zschaler, Pablo Sánchez, João Santos, Mauricio Alférez, Ana Moreira, João Araújo, Uirá Kulesza, and Lidia Fuentes: Variability Management. Awais Rashid, Jean-Claude Royer, and Andreas Rummler (eds.): Aspect-Oriented, Model-Driven Software Product Lines -- The AMPLE Way. Cambridge University Press, pp 82--124, 2011.
[http] [bibtex] [Buy the book at Amazon] Refereed Book Chapter,  research areas: Modularity
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Gareth Tyson, Adel Taweel, Steffen Zschaler, Tjeerd Van Staa, and Brendan Delaney: A Model-Driven Approach to Interoperability and Integration in Systems of Systems. 3rd International Workshop on Model-Based Software and Data Integration (MBSDI'2011), 2011.
[pdf] [slides] [bibtex] Refereed Workshop Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Modularity
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Steffen Zschaler, Iman Poernomo, and Jeffrey Terrell: Towards Using Constructive Type Theory for Verifiable Modular Transformations. In Proc. 1st Workshop on Free Composition (FREECO'11, short paper), 2011.
[pdf] [slides] [bibtex] Refereed Workshop Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Modularity
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Steffen Zschaler and Awais Rashid: Towards Modular Code Generators Using Symmetric Language-Aware Aspects. In Proc. 1st Workshop on Free Composition (FREECO'11)., 2011.
ACM DL Author-ize service [pdf] [slides] [http] [bibtex] [additional material] Refereed Workshop Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Modularity
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Steffen Zschaler and Awais Rashid: Symmetric Language-Aware Aspects for Modular Code Generators. King's College London, Department of Informatics, Technical Report No. TR-11-01, 2011.
[pdf] [http] [bibtex] [additional material] Unrefereed Publication,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Modularity
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Steffen Zschaler and Awais Rashid: Aspect Assumptions: A retrospective study of AspectJ developers' assumptions about aspect usage. Paulo Borba, Shigeru Chiba (eds.): Proc. 10th Int'l Conf. on Aspect-Oriented Software Development (AOSD'11), Brazil, 2011.
Acceptance rate: 24%
ACM DL Author-ize service [pdf] [slides] [http] [bibtex] [additional material] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Modularity, Empirical Software Engineering
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2010

Florian Heidenreich, Pablo Sanchez, Joao Santos, Steffen Zschaler, Mauricio Alferez, Joao Araujo, Lidia Fuentes, Uira Kulesza, Ana Moreira, and Awais Rashid: Relating Feature Models to Other Models of a Software Product Line: A Comparative Study of FeatureMapper and VML*. Shmuel Katz, Joerg Kienzle (ed): Transactions on Aspect-Oriented Software Development VII, Special Issue on A Common Case Study for Aspect-Oriented Modeling. LNCS 6210, pp. 69--114, Springer., 2010.
[pdf ((c) Springer Verlag)] [http] [bibtex] [additional material] Refereed Journal Article,  research areas: Modularity
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Richard F. Paige, Nikolaos Drivalos, Dimitrios S. Kolovos, Kiran J. Fernandes, Christopher Power, Goran K. Olsen, and Steffen Zschaler: Rigorous Identification and Encoding of Trace-Links in Model-Driven Engineering. Software and Systems Modelling Journal (SoSyM) 10(4), 2010.
[pdf] [http] [bibtex] Refereed Journal Article,  research areas: Model-Driven Development
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Sven Karol and Steffen Zschaler: Providing Mainstream Parser Generators with Modular Language Definition Support. Technical Report TUD-FI10-01 - Januar 2010, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany, 2010.
[pdf] [bibtex] Unrefereed Publication,  research areas: Modularity
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Syed Asad Naqvi, Ruzanna Chitchyan, Steffen Zschaler, Awais Rashid, and Mario Südholt: Cross-Document Dependency Analysis for System-of-System Integration. C. Choppy and O. Sokolsky (Eds.): Monterey Workshop 2008, LNCS 6028, pp. 201--226. Springer, Heidelberg (2010), 2010.
[pdf ((c) Springer Verlag)] [http] [bibtex] Refereed Workshop Paper,  research areas: Modularity
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Steffen Zschaler, Pablo Sánchez, Joao Santos, Mauricio Alférez, Awais Rashid, Lidia Fuentes, Ana Moreira, Joao Araujo, and Uirá Kulesza: VML* -- A Family of Languages for Variability Management in Software Product Lines. Mark van den Brand, Dragan Gasevic, and Jeff Gray (eds.): Software Language Engineering, 2nd Int'l Conf. (SLE 2009), Revised Selected Papers. LNCS 5969, Springer, 2010.
Acceptance rate: 20%
[pdf (The original publication is available at www.springerlink.com.)] [slides] [http] [bibtex] [additional material] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Modularity
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Steffen Zschaler, Dimitrios Kolovos, Nicholas Drivalos, Richard Paige, and Awais Rashid: Domain-Specific Metamodelling Languages for Software Language Engineering. Mark van den Brand, Dragan Gasevic, and Jeff Gray (eds.): Software Language Engineering, 2nd Int'l Conf. (SLE 2009), Revised Selected Papers. LNCS 5969, Springer, 2010.
Acceptance rate: 20%
[pdf (The original publication is available at www.springerlink.com.)] [http] [bibtex] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Christian Wende, Nils Thieme, and Steffen Zschaler: A Role-based Approach Towards Modular Language Engineering. Mark van den Brand, Dragan Gasevic, and Jeff Gray (eds.): Software Language Engineering, 2nd Int'l Conf. (SLE 2009), Revised Selected Papers. LNCS 5969, Springer, 2010.
Acceptance rate: 20%
[pdf (The original publication is available at www.springerlink.com.)] [http] [bibtex] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Modularity, Object Constraint Language
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Steffen Zschaler: Formal Specification of Non-functional Properties of Component-Based Software Systems: A Semantic Framework and Some Applications Thereof. Software and Systems Modelling Journal (SoSyM) 9(2):161-- 201, 2010.
[pdf] [http] [bibtex] [additional material] Refereed Journal Article,  research areas: Modularity, Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:

2009

Jendrik Johannes, Steffen Zschaler, Miguel A. Fernández, Antonio Castillo, Dimitrios S. Kolovos, Richard F. Paige: Abstracting Complex Languages through Transformation and Composition. Short Paper at Int'l Conf. on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems (MoDELS'09). LNCS 5795, pp 546--550, 2009.
Acceptance rate: 23%
[pdf (The original publication is available at www.springerlink.com.)] [http] [bibtex] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Modularity
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Jendrik Johannes, Steffen Zschaler, Miguel A. Fernández, Antonio Castillo, Dimitrios S. Kolovos, Richard F. Paige.: Abstracting Complex Languages through Transformation and Composition. Technical Report TUD-FI09-08 July 2009, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany, ISSN: 1430-211X, 2009.
[pdf] [bibtex] Unrefereed Publication,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Modularity
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Eduardo Figueiredo, Ismênia Galvão, Safoora Shakil Khan, Alessandro Garcia, Claudio Sant'Anna, Ana Luisa Medeiros, Lyrene Fernandes, Thais Batista, Pim van den Broek, Mehmet Aksit, Steffen Zschaler, and Ana Moreira: Detecting Architecture Instabilities with Concern Traces: An Exploratory Study. 8th Joint Working IEEE/IFIP Conf. on Software Architecture and European Conf. on Software Architecture (WICSA/ECSA 2009), pages 261--264. IEEE, 2009.
Acceptance rate: 48%
[pdf ((c) IEEE)] [http] [bibtex] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Non-functional Properties, Empirical Software Engineering
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Florian Heidenreich, Jakob Henriksson, Jendrik Johannes, and Steffen Zschaler: On Language-Independent Model Modularisation. Transactions on Aspect-Oriented Development VI, Special Issue on Aspects and MDE. LNCS 5560, pp. 39--82, Springer, 2009.
[pdf ((c) Springer-Verlag)] [http] [bibtex] Refereed Journal Article,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Modularity
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2008

Achim Baier, Steffen Becker, Martin Jung, Klaus Krogmann, Carsten Röttgers, Niels Streekmann, Karsten Thoms, and Steffen Zschaler: Modellgetriebene Software-Entwicklung. In Handbuch der Software-Architektur, 2nd edition, pages 93-122. dPunkt.verlag Heidelberg, December 2008, 2008.
In German
[http] [bibtex] [Buy the book at Amazon] Refereed Book Chapter,  research areas: Model-Driven Development
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Steffen Zschaler: Example Specifications of Non-functional Properties of a Simple Counter Application. Technical Report COMP-006-2008, Computing Department, Lancaster University, 2008.
[pdf] [bibtex] Unrefereed Publication,  research areas: Modularity, Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Florian Heidenreich, Jendrik Johannes, Steffen Zschaler, and Uwe Aßmann: A Close Look at Composition Languages. Proc. 2nd Workshop on Assessment of Contemporary Modularization Techniques (ACoM.08), 2008.
[pdf] [slides] [bibtex] Refereed Workshop Paper,  research areas: Modularity
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Steffen Zschaler and Christian Wende: Collaborating Languages and Tools: A Study in Feasibility. Technical Report TUD-FI08-06 Juli 2008, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany, ISSN: 1430-211X, 2008.
[pdf] [bibtex] Unrefereed Publication,  research areas: Model-Driven Development
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Jakob Henriksson, Michael Pradel, Steffen Zschaler, and Jeff Z. Pan: Ontology Design and Reuse with Conceptual Roles. Proc. 2nd International Conference on Web Reasoning and Rule Systems (RR'08), LNCS 5341, 2008.
Acceptance rate: 34%
[pdf ((c) Springer)] [http] [bibtex] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Modularity, Ontologies and the Semantic Web
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Mathias Fritzsche, Jendrik Johannes, Steffen Zschaler, Anatoly Zherebtsov, and Alexander Terekhov: Application of Tracing Techniques in Model-Driven Performance Engineering. 4th ECMDA Traceability Workshop (2008), 2008.
[pdf] [bibtex] Refereed Workshop Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Richard F. Paige, Gøran K. Olsen, Dimitrios S. Kolovos, Steffen Zschaler, and Christopher Power: Building Model-Driven Engineering Traceability Classifications. 4th ECMDA Traceability Workshop (2008), 2008.
[pdf] [http] [bibtex] Refereed Workshop Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Jakob Henriksson, Florian Heidenreich, Jendrik Johannes, Steffen Zschaler, and Uwe Assmann: Extending Grammars and Metamodels for Reuse -- The Reuseware Approach. IET Software, Special Issue on Language Engineering, 2(3):165-184, IET 2008., 2008.
[pdf] [http] [bibtex] Refereed Journal Article,  research areas: Modularity
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
David Akehurst, Steffen Zschaler, Gareth Howells: OCL: Modularising the Language. In Ocl4All: Workshop at MoDELS 2007, volume 9 of Electronic Communications of the EASST, 2008., 2008.
[pdf] [http] [bibtex] Refereed Workshop Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Modularity, Object Constraint Language
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:

2007

Claude-Joachim Hamann and Steffen Zschaler: Scheduling Real-Time Components Using Jitter-Constrained Streams. In Journal of Object Technology, Special Issue on Quality of Service Management. 6(11), 2007.
Selected for publication in JOT as one of the best papers of AQuSerM'06
[pdf] [http] [bibtex] Refereed Journal Article,  research areas: Modularity, Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Steffen Zschaler: A Semantic Framework for Non-functional Specifications of Component-Based Systems. Dissertation submitted to Technische Universität Dresden, Germany, 2007.
Published as "Non-functional Specifications of Components and Systems: A Generic Semantic Framework and Its Applications" with VDM Verlag Dr. Müller in July 2008. ISBN: 978-3639054026
[bibtex] [Buy the book at Amazon] Publication for Academic Grade,  research areas: Modularity, Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Florian Heidenreich, Jendrik Johannes, and Steffen Zschaler: Aspect Orientation for Your Language of Choice. Proc. Workshop on Aspect-Oriented Modelling at MoDELS 2007, 2007.
[pdf] [slides] [bibtex] Refereed Workshop Paper,  research areas: Modularity
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Mirko Stölzel, Steffen Zschaler, Leif Geiger: Integrating OCL and Model Transformations in Fujaba. In Proceedings of the Sixth OCL Workshop OCL for (Meta-)Models in Multiple Application Domains (OCLApps 2006). Extended versions of selected papers. Electronic Communications of the EASST, volume 5, 2007., 2007.
[pdf] [http] [bibtex] Refereed Journal Article,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Object Constraint Language
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Jakob Henriksson, Florian Heidenreich, Jendrik Johannes, Steffen Zschaler, and Uwe Aßmann: How dark should a component black-box be? The Reuseware Answer. Proc. Workshop on Component-Oriented Programming (WCOP 2007) at ECOOP 2007, 2007.
[pdf] [bibtex] Refereed Workshop Paper,  research areas: Modularity
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Holger Kampffmeyer and Steffen Zschaler: Finding the Pattern You Need: The Design Pattern Intent Ontology. Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems (Proc. MODELS 2007), pages 211--225, LNCS 4735, Springer, 2007.
Acceptance rate: 28%
[pdf ((c) Springer, the original paper can be found at SpringerLink)] [slides] [http] [bibtex] [additional material] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Ontologies and the Semantic Web
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Jakob Henriksson, Jendrik Johannes, Steffen Zschaler, and Uwe Aßmann: Reuseware -- Adding Modularity to Your Language of Choice. in Journal of Object Technology, vol. 6, no. 9, Special Issue. TOOLS EUROPE 2007, October 2007, pp. 127--146, 2007.
Acceptance rate: 30%
[pdf] [http] [bibtex] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Modularity
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Geri Georg, Siv Hilde Houmb, Robert France, Steffen Zschaler, Dorina C. Petriu, and Jan Jürjens: Critical Systems Development Using Modeling Languages -- CSDUML 2006 Workshop Report. Models in Software Engineering -- Workshops and Symposia at MoDELS 2006, Genoa, Italy, October 1-6, 2006, Reports and Revised Selected Papers. LNCS 4364, Springer 2007., 2007.
[http] [bibtex] Unrefereed Publication,  research areas: Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Hermann Härtig, Steffen Zschaler, Martin Pohlack, Ronald Aigner, Steffen Göbel, Christoph Pohl, and Simone Röttger: Enforceable Component-Based Realtime Contracts -- Supporting Realtime Properties from Software Development to Execution. In Springer Real-Time Systems Journal, Volume 35, Number 1, Springer, 2007.
[pdf] [http] [bibtex] Refereed Journal Article,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Modularity, Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Simone Röttger and Steffen Zschaler: Tool Support for Refinement of Non-functional Specifications. In Journal on Software and Systems Modeling (SoSyM), 6(2):185-204, Springer, 2007.
Extended version of paper presented at UML 2004 and selected there for inclusion in a SoSyM special issue.
[pdf] [http] [bibtex] Refereed Journal Article,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:

2006

Mirko Stölzel, Steffen Zschaler, and Leif Geiger: Integrating OCL and Model Transformations in Fujaba. In Proc. of OCLApps, the Workshop on OCL and Applications at MoDELS'2006., 2006.
Selected for publication of an extended version in EC-EASST.
[pdf] [slides] [bibtex] Refereed Workshop Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Object Constraint Language
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Claude-Joachim Hamann and Steffen Zschaler: Scheduling Real-Time Components Using Jitter-Constrained Streams. In Iman Poernomo, Guijun Wang (eds.): AQuSerM'06 Advances in Quality of Service Management -- Satellite workshop of the 10th IEEE Enterprise Conputing Conference EDOC, 2006.
Selected for additional publication in the Journal of Object Technology.
[pdf] [http] [bibtex] Refereed Workshop Paper,  research areas: Modularity, Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Uwe Aßmann, Steffen Zschaler, and Gerd Wagner: Ontologies, Meta-Models, and the Model-Driven Paradigm. In Coral Calero, Francisco Ruiz, and Mario Piattini (eds.): Ontologies for Software Engineering and Technology. Springer, 2006., 2006.
[pdf (The copyrighted original is available from SpringerLink)] [http] [bibtex] [Buy the book at Amazon] Refereed Book Chapter,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Ontologies and the Semantic Web
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Geri Georg, Jan Øyvind Aagedal, Raffaela Mirandola, Ileana Ober, Dorina Petriu, Wolfgang Theilmann, Jon Whittle, and Steffen Zschaler: Workshop on Models for Non-functional Properties of Component-Based Software -- NfC. In Jean-Michel Bruel (editor): Satellite Events at the MoDELS 2005 Conference. Volume 3844 of LNCS, pages 210--216. Springer, 2006., 2006.
[http] [bibtex] [Buy the book at Amazon] Unrefereed Publication,  research areas: Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:

2004

Birgit Demuth, Sten Löcher, and Steffen Zschaler: Structure of the Dresden OCL Toolkit. 2nd International Fujaba Days "MDA with UML and Rule-based Object Manipulation", Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany, September 15 - 17, 2004, 2004.
[pdf] [bibtex] Refereed Workshop Paper,  research areas: Object Constraint Language
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Jean-Michel Bruel, Geri Georg, Heinrich Hussmann, Ileana Ober, Christoph Pohl, Jon Whittle, and Steffen Zschaler: Workshop on Models of Non-functional Aspects of Component-Based Systems. In Jardim Nunes, N. Selic, B., Silva, A. Toval, A. (eds.) UML Modeling Languages and Applications. UML 2004 Satellite Activities Lisbon, Portugal, October 11-15, 2004 Revised Selected Papers. Volume 3297 of LNCS, Springer Verlag (2004), 2004.
[http] [bibtex] [Buy the book at Amazon] Unrefereed Publication,  research areas: Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Jean-Michel Bruel, Geri Georg, Heinrich Hussmann, Ileana Ober, Christoph Pohl, Jon Whittle, and Steffen Zschaler (eds.): Proceedings of the First Workshop on Models for Non-functional Aspects of Component-Based Software (NfC'04). Technical Report TR-TUD-FI04-12.Sept.2004 at the Technische Universität Dresden, 2004.
[pdf] [bibtex] Unrefereed Publication,  research areas: Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Ronald Aigner, Christoph Pohl, Martin Pohlack, and Steffen Zschaler: Tailor-Made Containers: Modeling Non-functional Middleware Service. In: Jean-Michel Bruel et al. Workshop on Models for Non-functional Aspects of Component-Based Software (NfC'04) at UML conference 2004. TR TUD-FI04-12 Sept.2004, 2004.
[pdf] [bibtex] Refereed Workshop Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Steffen Zschaler: Formal Specification of Non-functional Properties of Component-Based Software. In: Jean-Michel Bruel et al. Workshop on Models for Non-functional Aspects of Component-Based Software (NfC'04) at UML conference 2004. TR TUD-FI04-12 Sept.2004, 2004.
[pdf] [slides] [bibtex] [additional material] Refereed Workshop Paper,  research areas: Modularity, Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Simone Röttger and Steffen Zschaler: Model-Driven Development for Non-functional Properties: Refinement through Model Transformation. In Proceedings of the <<UML>> conference, Lisbon, Portugal, 2004. Volume 3273 of LNCS, Springer, 2004., 2004.
Selected for publication of an extended version in SoSyM journal.
Acceptance rate: 22%
[pdf ((c) Springer-Verlag)] [slides] [http] [bibtex] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Steffen Zschaler: Towards a Semantic Framework for Non-functional Specifications of Component-Based Systems. In Ralf Steinmetz, Andreas Mauthe (eds.): Proc. 30th EUROMICRO Conference, Rennes, France, Aug./Sep. 2004, pages 92-99. IEEE Computer Science, 2004., 2004.
Acceptance rate: 51%
[pdf] [slides] [bibtex] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Modularity, Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Steffen Göbel, Christoph Pohl, Ronald Aigner, Martin Pohlack, Simone Röttger, Steffen Zschaler: The COMQUAD component container architecture. In Jeff Magee, Clemens Szyperski, and Jan Bosch editors, 4th Working IEEE/IFIP Conference on Software Architecture (WICSA), pages 315-318, Oslo, Norway, 12-15 June 2004. IEEE, 2004.
Acceptance rate: 44%
[bibtex] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Modularity, Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Steffen Göbel, Christoph Pohl, Ronald Aigner, Martin Pohlack, Simone Röttger, and Steffen Zschaler: The COMQUAD component container architecture and contract negotiation. Technical Report TUD-FI04-04, Technische Universität Dresden, Apr. 2004, 2004.
[pdf] [bibtex] Unrefereed Publication,  research areas: Modularity, Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Steffen Zschaler: Research Abstract: Semantic Concepts for the Specification of Non-functional Properties of Component-Based Software. Doctoral Symposium of the International Conference on Software Engineering, Edinburgh, UK, 2004, 2004.
[pdf] [bibtex] Refereed Workshop Paper,  research areas: Modularity, Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Steffen Göbel, Christoph Pohl, Simone Röttger, and Steffen Zschaler: The COMQUAD Component Model - Enabling Dynamic Selection of Implementations by Weaving Non-functional Aspects. In International Conference on Aspect-Oriented Software Development (AOSD'04), Lancaster, UK, 22-26 Mar. 2004. ACM, 2004.
Acceptance rate: 18%
ACM DL Author-ize service [pdf] [http] [bibtex] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Modularity, Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Simone Röttger and Steffen Zschaler: A Software Development Process Supporting Non-functional Properties. In Proc. of the IASTED International Conference on Software Engineering (IASTED SE 2004). Innsbruck, Austria. ACTA Press, 2004, 2004.
[pdf] [slides] [bibtex] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Steffen Zschaler and Simone Röttger: Types of Quality of Service Contracts for Component-Based Systems. In Proc. of the IASTED International Conference on Software Engineering (IASTED SE 2004). Innsbruck, Austria. ACTA Press, 2004, 2004.
[pdf] [slides] [bibtex] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Modularity, Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Heinrich Hussmann and Steffen Zschaler: The Object Constraint Language for UML 2.0 -- Overview and Assessment. Simultaneously published by the Italian CEPIS society ALSI and the Italian IT portal Tecnoteca, in Italian., 2004.
[pdf] Invited Publication,  research areas: Object Constraint Language
Writing contribution:
Heinrich Hussmann and Steffen Zschaler: The Object Constraint Language for UML 2.0 -- Overview and Assessment.. Simultaneously published in Novática, journal of the Spanish CEPIS society ATI (Asociación de Técnicos de Informática), issue 168 (March-April 2004), in Spanish., 2004.
[pdf] Invited Publication,  research areas: Object Constraint Language
Writing contribution:
Heinrich Hussmann and Steffen Zschaler: The Object Constraint Language for UML 2.0 -- Overview and Assessment. In Upgrade, digital journal of CEPIS (Council of European Professional Informatics Societies), April 2004 issue, 2004.
[pdf] Invited Publication,  research areas: Object Constraint Language
Writing contribution:

2003

Steffen Zschaler and Marcus Meyerhöfer: Explicit Modelling of QoS-Dependencies. In Jean-Michel Bruel, editor, Proc. 1st Intl. Workshop on Quality of Service in Component-Based Software Engineering, Toulouse, France, pages 57-66. Cépaduès- Éditions, June 2003, 2003.
[pdf] [bibtex] Refereed Workshop Paper,  research areas: Modularity, Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Simone Röttger and Steffen Zschaler: CQML +: Enhancements to CQML. In Jean-Michel Bruel, editor, Proc. 1st Intl. Workshop on Quality of Service in Component-Based Software Engineering, Toulouse, France, pages 43-56. Cépaduès- Éditions, June 2003, 2003.
[pdf] [bibtex] Refereed Workshop Paper,  research areas: Model-Driven Development, Modularity, Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Ronald Aigner, Elke Franz, Steffen Göbel, Hermann Härtig, Heinrich Hußmann, Klaus Meißner, Klaus Meyer-Wegener, Marcus Meyerhöfer, Andreas Pfitzmann, Christoph Pohl, Martin Pohlack, Simone Röttger, Alexander Schill, Frank Wehner, and Steffen Zschaler: Zwischenbericht der DFG-Forschergruppe 428 "Components with Quantitative Properties and Adaptivity (Comquad)". Technischer Bericht TUD-FI03-10-August 2003. TU Dresden, Fakultät Informatik. ISSN 1430-211X., 2003.
[pdf] [bibtex] Unrefereed Publication,  research areas: Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Ronald Aigner, Martin Pohlack, Simone Röttger, and Steffen Zschaler: Towards pervasive treatment of non-functional properties at design and run-time. In 16th International Conference on Software and Systems Engineering and their Applications (ICSSEA'03), Paris, France, 2-4 December, 2003. CNAM-CMSL, 2003.
[pdf] [bibtex] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Non-functional Properties
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:

2002

Steffen Zschaler: Evaluation der Praxistauglichkeit von OCL-Spezifikationen. Diplomarbeit, Technische Universität Dresden, 2002. In German only., 2002.
[pdf] [bibtex] Publication for Academic Grade,  research areas: Object Constraint Language
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:

2001

Jos Warmer, Anneke Kleppe, Tony Clark, Anders Ivner, Jonas Högström, Martin Gogolla, Mark Richters, Heinrich Hußmann, Steffen Zschaler, Simon Johnston, David S. Frankel, and Conrad Bock: Object Constraint Language 2.0. Response to the OMG RfP, 2001, 2001.
[bibtex] Unrefereed Publication,  research areas: Object Constraint Language
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Birgit Demuth, Heinrich Hussmann, Lothar Schmitz, and Steffen Zschaler: Teaching OOT Using a Framework and Both Direct and Net-based Tutoring. In ED-MEDIA 2001 World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, Tampere, Finland, June 25-30, 2001, 2001.
[pdf] [bibtex] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Teaching
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:

2000

Steffen Zschaler: Das Framework "SalesPoint": Technische Beschreibung der Version 2.0 und weiterer Ausbaumöglichkeiten. Grosser Beleg, Technische Universität Dresden, 2000. In German only., 2000.
[pdf] [bibtex] Publication for Academic Grade,  research areas: Teaching
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Birgit Demuth, Heinrich Hussmann, Lothar Schmitz, and Steffen Zschaler: A Framework-Based Approach to Teaching OOT: Aims, Implementation, and Experience. In Susan A. Mengel and Peter J. Knoke, editors: Proceedings 13th Conference on Software Engineering Education & Training 6-8 March 2000, Austin, Texas, IEEE Computer Society, 2000.
[pdf] [bibtex] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Teaching
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:

1999

Birgit Demuth, Heinrich Hussmann, Lothar Schmitz, and Steffen Zschaler: Erfahrungen mit einem frameworkbasierten Softwarepraktikum. In Tagungsband des 6. Workshops Software-Engineering im Unterricht der Hochschulen, Teubner-Verlag, 1999, 1999.
[pdf] [bibtex] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Teaching
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Birgit Demuth, Lothar Schmitz, and Steffen Zschaler: Verkaufsanwendungen auf Basis des Anwendungsframeworks SalesPoint. In: Silvano Maffeis, Fridtjof Toenniessen, and Christian Zeidler, editors: Erfahrungen mit Java. Projekte aus Industrie und Hochschule. dpunkt- Verlag, 1999, 1999.
[pdf] [bibtex] Refereed Book Chapter,  research areas: Teaching
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:

1998

Birgit Demuth, Heinrich Hussmann, Lothar Schmitz, and Steffen Zschaler: Using a Framework to Teach OOT to Beginners. In OOPSLA'98, Educators' Symposium, October 1998, 1998.
[pdf] [bibtex] Refereed Conference Paper,  research areas: Teaching
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:

Total number of publications: 116

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