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  1. Lins, Fernando; Damasceno, Julio; Medeiros, Robson; Sousa, Erica; Rosa, Nelson: Automation of service-based security-aware business processes in the cloud (2016)
  2. Shinnar, Avraham; Siméon, Jérôme: A branding strategy for business types (2016)
  3. Ujhelyi, Zoltán; Bergmann, Gábor; Varró, Dániel: Rete network slicing for model queries (2016)
  4. Bucchiarone, Antonio; Ehrig, Hartmut; Ermel, Claudia; Pelliccione, Patrizio; Runge, Olga: Rule-based modeling and static analysis of self-adaptive systems by graph transformation (2015)
  5. Coppo, Mario; Dezani-Ciancaglini, Mariangiola; Padovani, Luca; Yoshida, Nobuko: A gentle introduction to multiparty asynchronous session types (2015)
  6. Demangeon, Romain; Honda, Kohei; Hu, Raymond; Neykova, Rumyana; Yoshida, Nobuko: Practical interruptible conversations: distributed dynamic verification with multiparty session types and Python (2015)
  7. Didona, Diego; Felber, Pascal; Harmanci, Derin; Romano, Paolo; Schenker, Jörg: Identifying the optimal level of parallelism in transactional memory applications (2015) ioport
  8. Yoshida, Nobuko; Hu, Raymond; Neykova, Rumyana; Ng, Nicholas: The Scribble protocol language (2014) ioport
  9. Zhou, Yu; Ma, Xiaoxing; Gall, Harald: A middleware platform for the dynamic evolution of distributed component-based systems (2014) ioport
  10. Wurzer, Gabriel: In-process agent simulation for early stages of hospital planning (2013)
  11. Cugola, Gianpaolo; Ghezzi, Carlo; Pinto, Leandro Sales: DSOL: a declarative approach to self-adaptive service orchestrations (2012)
  12. Füller, Matthias; Nüßer, Willi; Rustemeyer, Thomas: Context driven process selection and integration of mobile and pervasive systems (2012) ioport
  13. Mondéjar, Rubén; García-López, Pedro; Fernández-Casado, Enrique; Pairot, Carles: TaKo: providing transparent collaboration on single-user applications (2012) ioport
  14. Szydło, Tomasz; Zieliński, Krzysztof: Adaptive enterprise service bus (2012) ioport
  15. Van Heesch, Uwe; Avgeriou, Paris; Zdun, Uwe; Harrison, Neil: The supportive effect of patterns in architecture decision recovery - A controlled experiment (2012) ioport
  16. Huang, Shan Shan; Zook, David; Smaragdakis, Yannis: Statically safe program generation with SafeGen (2011)
  17. Psaier, Harald; Dustdar, Schahram: A survey on self-healing systems: Approaches and systems (2011) ioport
  18. Schönberg, Christian; Weitl, Franz; Freitag, Burkhard: Verifying the consistency of web-based technical documentations (2011)
  19. Villazón, Alex; Binder, Walter; Moret, Philippe; Ansaloni, Danilo: Comprehensive aspect weaving for Java (2011) ioport
  20. Burrows, Rachel; Garcia, Alessandro; Taïani, François: Coupling metrics for aspect-oriented programming: a systematic review of maintainability studies (2010)

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