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Process Assessment based on Software Repository Data

Holger Schackmann

Process Assessment based on Software Repository Data The development of a large portfolio of software projects raises several managerial challenges, like balancing resource allocation between different projects, and aligning development processes to the standards of the organization. Hence the project status and process quality characteristics, like planning precision or… Read more


Model-Based Software Engineering of Small Embedded & Real-Time Systems

Alexander Nyßen

Model-Based Software Engineering of Small Embedded & Real-Time Systems As the history of software engineering unveils, abstraction is the means to face complexity. While the 1970’s and 1980’s have been strongly based on functional and data abstraction, and while the 1990’s and early 2000’s have been dominated by object-orientation, model-based… Read more


Architectures for Software Product Lines

Architectures for Software Product Lines Product line-based software development can only lead to full success if it is recognized as an integrated concept, which involves all phases of the software engineering process. This project concentrates on architecture modelling for SPLs. We have developed a top-level process for SPL architecture modelling. Read more


Requirements Engineering for Software Product Lines

Thomas von der Maßen

Requirements Engineering for Software Product Lines The development of a Software Product Line (SPL) is a demanding task for all stages of the software development process, especially for requirements engineering. The identification and modelling of common and variable characteristics are an essential task during the requirements engineering process. Communicating… Read more


Role Based Software Test

Moritz Schnizler

Role Based Software Test The goal of this project is to develop a more efficient testing approach for the members of a program family. With the objective to save development effort, programs for related application areas are often developed as a program family, which consists of different program variants that… Read more


Object Based Internet Search

Axel Uhl

Object Bases Internet Search Today’s Internet search engines compute their centralized index by crawling web contents. This approach implies two major problems: large and relevant parts of the Internet content are not reachable by crawling and thus remain inaccessible for search engines, bandwidth and its growth impose harsh… Read more