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Travelled to:
1 × India
1 × Italy
3 × USA
Collaborated with:
A.Filieri H.Hoffmann C.Klein K.Årzén F.Hernández-Rodriguez C.Ghezzi A.Leva A.V.Papadopoulos D.B.Bartolini R.Cattaneo G.Durelli M.D.Santambrogio F.Sironi J.Holt G.Kurian E.Lau J.E.Miller S.M.Neuman M.E.Sinangil Y.Sinangil A.Agarwal A.P.Chandrakasan S.Devadas
Talks about:
softwar (4) control (4) self (4) autom (3) adapt (3) multipl (2) design (2) preliminari (1) processor (1) research (1)

Person: Martina Maggio

DBLP DBLP: Maggio:Martina

Contributed to:

ESEC/FSE 20152015
ICSE 20142014
DAC 20132013
DAC 20122012
ASE 20112011
ESEC/FSE 20172017

Wrote 7 papers:

ESEC-FSE-2015-FilieriHM #adaptation #automation #design #multi #self
Automated multi-objective control for self-adaptive software design (AF, HH, MM), pp. 13–24.
ICSE-2014-FilieriHM #adaptation #automation #design #self
Automated design of self-adaptive software with control-theoretical formal guarantees (AF, HH, MM), pp. 299–310.
ICSE-2014-KleinMAH #named #robust
Brownout: building more robust cloud applications (CK, MM, KEÅ, FHR), pp. 700–711.
DAC-2013-BartoliniCDMSS #operating system #research
The autonomic operating system research project: achievements and future directions (DBB, RC, GD, MM, MDS, FS), p. 10.
DAC-2012-HoffmannHKLMMNSSACD #self
Self-aware computing in the Angstrom processor (HH, JH, GK, EL, MM, JEM, SMN, MES, YS, AA, APC, SD), pp. 259–264.
ASE-2011-FilieriGLM #adaptation #approach #reliability #requirements #self
Self-adaptive software meets control theory: A preliminary approach supporting reliability requirements (AF, CG, AL, MM), pp. 283–292.
ESEC-FSE-2017-MaggioPFH #automation #multi #using
Automated control of multiple software goals using multiple actuators (MM, AVP, AF, HH), pp. 373–384.

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