Publications (Expand All) (Printable)

You can choose to view publications ordered by research area, by year only, or by type of publication.

Find my publications at GoogleScholar, DBLP, ACM.

To make it easier for you to determine my contribution to each of the publications below, I have used a simple tagging mechanism, classifying research and writing contribution into low, medium, and high. This is based on a suggestion by Awais Rashid. To learn more about how to interpret each of these levels, click here.

Model-Driven Development

[-] 2022

Thomas Godfrey, Rahul Batra, Sam Douthwaite, Jonathan Edgeworth, Simon Miles, and Steffen Zschaler: A Methodology for DSML-assisted Participatory Agent-Based Enterprise Modelling. 15th IFIP WG 8.1 Working Conference on the Practice of Enterprise Modelling (PoEM'22), 2022.
[pdf] Refereed Conference Paper
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Richard F. Paige, Fiona A.C. Polack, Steffen Zschaler, Thomas Chiang, and Nicholas Annable: Interface Contracts for Workflow+ Models: an Analysis of Uncertainty across Models. Journal of Object Technology (JOT), to appear, 2022. Refereed Journal Article
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Loek Cleophas, Thomas Godfrey, Djamel Eddine Khelladi, Daniel Lehner, Benoit Combemale, Mark van den Brand, Michael Vierhauser, Manuel Wimmer, and Steffen Zschaler: A Community-Sourced View on Engineering Digital Twins: A Report from the EDT Community. 2nd International Workshop on Model-Driven Engineering of Digital Twins -- ModDiT’22, 2022. Book
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Jabier Martinez, Daniel Strüber, Jose Miguel Horcas, Alexandru Burdusel, and Steffen Zschaler: Acapulco: An extensible tool for identifying optimal and consistent feature model configurations. 26th ACM International Systems and Software Product Line Conference (SPLC'22); Demonstrations Track, 2022.
[http] Refereed Conference Paper
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Jose-Miguel Horcas, Daniel Strüber, Alexandru Burdusel, Jabier Martinez, and Steffen Zschaler: Extended Abstract: We're Not Gonna Break It! Consistency-Preserving Operators for Efficient Product Line Configuration. Journal First track at SPLC'22, 2022.
[http] Refereed Conference Paper
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Jose-Miguel Horcas, Daniel Strüber, Alexandru Burdusel, Jabier Martinez, and Steffen Zschaler: We're Not Gonna Break It! -- Consistency-Preserving Operators for Efficient Product Line Configuration. IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (to appear), 2022.
[pdf] [http] Refereed Journal Article
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:

[+] 2021

[+] 2020

[+] 2019

[+] 2018

[+] 2017

[+] 2016

[+] 2015

[+] 2014

[+] 2013

[+] 2012

[+] 2011

[+] 2010

[+] 2009

[+] 2008

[+] 2007

[+] 2006

[+] 2004

[+] 2003

Modularity

[-] 2022

Jabier Martinez, Daniel Strüber, Jose Miguel Horcas, Alexandru Burdusel, and Steffen Zschaler: Acapulco: An extensible tool for identifying optimal and consistent feature model configurations. 26th ACM International Systems and Software Product Line Conference (SPLC'22); Demonstrations Track, 2022.
[http] Refereed Conference Paper
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Jose-Miguel Horcas, Daniel Strüber, Alexandru Burdusel, Jabier Martinez, and Steffen Zschaler: Extended Abstract: We're Not Gonna Break It! Consistency-Preserving Operators for Efficient Product Line Configuration. Journal First track at SPLC'22, 2022.
[http] Refereed Conference Paper
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Jose-Miguel Horcas, Daniel Strüber, Alexandru Burdusel, Jabier Martinez, and Steffen Zschaler: We're Not Gonna Break It! -- Consistency-Preserving Operators for Efficient Product Line Configuration. IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (to appear), 2022.
[pdf] [http] Refereed Journal Article
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:

[+] 2021

[+] 2020

[+] 2019

[+] 2018

[+] 2017

[+] 2016

[+] 2014

[+] 2013

[+] 2012

[+] 2011

[+] 2010

[+] 2009

[+] 2008

[+] 2007

[+] 2006

[+] 2004

[+] 2003

Non-functional Properties

[-] 2022

Richard F. Paige, Fiona A.C. Polack, Steffen Zschaler, Thomas Chiang, and Nicholas Annable: Interface Contracts for Workflow+ Models: an Analysis of Uncertainty across Models. Journal of Object Technology (JOT), to appear, 2022. Refereed Journal Article
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Jabier Martinez, Daniel Strüber, Jose Miguel Horcas, Alexandru Burdusel, and Steffen Zschaler: Acapulco: An extensible tool for identifying optimal and consistent feature model configurations. 26th ACM International Systems and Software Product Line Conference (SPLC'22); Demonstrations Track, 2022.
[http] Refereed Conference Paper
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Jose-Miguel Horcas, Daniel Strüber, Alexandru Burdusel, Jabier Martinez, and Steffen Zschaler: Extended Abstract: We're Not Gonna Break It! Consistency-Preserving Operators for Efficient Product Line Configuration. Journal First track at SPLC'22, 2022.
[http] Refereed Conference Paper
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:
Jose-Miguel Horcas, Daniel Strüber, Alexandru Burdusel, Jabier Martinez, and Steffen Zschaler: We're Not Gonna Break It! -- Consistency-Preserving Operators for Efficient Product Line Configuration. IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (to appear), 2022.
[pdf] [http] Refereed Journal Article
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:

[+] 2021

[+] 2019

[+] 2017

[+] 2016

[+] 2015

[+] 2014

[+] 2013

[+] 2012

[+] 2010

[+] 2009

[+] 2008

[+] 2007

[+] 2006

[+] 2004

[+] 2003

Empirical Software Engineering

[-] 2016

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 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 117:528--544, 2016.
[pdf] [http] Refereed Journal Article
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:

[+] 2013

[+] 2011

[+] 2009

Teaching

[-] 2019

Lucy Yeomans, Steffen Zschaler, and Kelly Coate: Transformative and Troublesome? Students’ and Professional programmers’ perspectives on difficult concepts in programming. ACM Transactions on Computing Education (TOCE) 19(3), 2019.
[pdf] [http] Refereed Journal Article
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:

[+] 2018

[+] 2017

[+] 2016

[+] 2015

[+] 2014

[+] 2001

[+] 2000

[+] 1999

[+] 1998

Object Constraint Language

[-] 2010

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 contribution:  Writing contribution:

[+] 2008

[+] 2007

[+] 2006

[+] 2004

[+] 2002

[+] 2001

Ontologies and the Semantic Web

[-] 2015

Paraskevi Zerva, Steffen Zschaler and Simon Miles: Modelling and Analysing Provenance Awareness Infrastructure for SOC systems. SOSE'15, 2015.
[http] Refereed Conference Paper
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:

[+] 2014

[+] 2008

[+] 2007

[+] 2006

Other

[-] 2022

Thomas Godfrey, Rahul Batra, Sam Douthwaite, Jonathan Edgeworth, Simon Miles, and Steffen Zschaler: A Methodology for DSML-assisted Participatory Agent-Based Enterprise Modelling. 15th IFIP WG 8.1 Working Conference on the Practice of Enterprise Modelling (PoEM'22), 2022.
[pdf] Refereed Conference Paper
Research contribution:  Writing contribution:

[+] 2021

[+] 2014

Total number of publications: 150

Current as of October 02, 2022