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Model-Driven Development

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Steffen Zschaler and Fiona Polack: A Family of Languages for Trustworthy Agent-Based Simulation. 13th International Conference on Software Language Engineering, 2020. Refereed Conference Paper
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Jens Kosiol, Daniel Strüber, Gabriele Taentzer, and Steffen Zschaler: Graph Consistency as a Graduated Property: Consistency-Sustaining and -Improving Graph Transformations. Proc. Int'l Conf. on Graph Transformations (ICGT'20), 2020.
EASST Best Paper Award
[pdf] Refereed Conference Paper
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Fiona Polack and Steffen Zschaler: Report on Workshop: Planning the Future of Agent Simulation. Artificial Life Journal 26(2), 2020.
[http] Unrefereed Publication
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Modularity

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Steffen Zschaler and Fiona Polack: A Family of Languages for Trustworthy Agent-Based Simulation. 13th International Conference on Software Language Engineering, 2020. Refereed Conference Paper
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Non-functional Properties

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Francisco Durán, Robert Heinrich, Diego Pérez-Palacín, Carolyn Talcott, and Steffen Zschaler: Composing Model-Based Analysis Tools. Dagstuhl Reports, Vol. 9, Issue 11, pp. 97-116. Schloss Dagstuhl - Leibniz-Zentrum fuer Informatik, Dagstuhl Publishing, 2019.
[http] Unrefereed Publication
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Empirical Software Engineering

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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
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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
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Teaching

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Lucy Yeomans, Steffen Zschaler, and Kelly Coate: Transformative and Troublesome? Studentsí and Professional programmersí perspectives on difficult concepts in programming. ACM Transactions on Computing Education (TOCE) 19(3), 2019.
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Object Constraint Language

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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.
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Ontologies and the Semantic Web

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

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Olga Boiko, Matthew Edwards, Steffen Zschaler, Simon Miles, and Anne Marie Rafferty: Interprofessional barriers in patient flow management: an interview study of the views of emergency department staff involved in patient admissions. Journal of Interprofessional Care., 2020.
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Total number of publications: 134

Current as of September 20, 2020