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Travelled to:
1 × France
1 × Portugal
3 × USA
3 × United Kingdom
Collaborated with:
G.Rossi A.P.d.Medeiros S.E.Gordillo P.Vilain C.S.d.Souza A.Garrido S.D.J.Barbosa F.Garzotto P.Paolini B.Feijó W.G.Krause C.Niskier T.S.E.Maibaum
Talks about:
design (4) applic (4) hypermedia (3) hypertext (2) knowledg (2) repres (2) model (2) engin (2) reus (2) diagrammat (1)

Person: Daniel Schwabe

DBLP DBLP: Schwabe:Daniel

Contributed to:

SEKE 20072007
CAiSE 20052005
ICEIS v1 20052005
UML 20002000
HT 19971997
HT 19961996
HT 19911991
ECHT 19901990
ESEC 19891989

Wrote 9 papers:

SEKE-2007-MedeirosS #design #representation #reuse
Representing Design Rationale to support Reuse (APdM, DS), p. 332–?.
CAiSE-2005-GordilloRS #hypermedia #modelling #physics
Separation of Structural Concerns in Physical Hypermedia Models (SEG, GR, DS), pp. 446–459.
ICEIS-v1-2005-Schwabe #challenge #web
Engineering Web Applications — Challenges and Perspectives (DS), pp. 13–14.
UML-2000-VilainSS #diagrams #interactive #representation #uml
A Diagrammatic Tool for Representing User Interaction in UML (PV, DS, CSdS), pp. 133–147.
HT-1997-RossiSG #design #development #hypermedia #reuse
Design Reuse in Hypermedia Applications Development (GR, DS, AG), pp. 57–66.
HT-1996-SchwabeRB #design #hypermedia
Systematic Hypermedia Application Design with OOHDM (DS, GR, SDJB), pp. 116–128.
HT-1991-GarzottoPS #design #hypermedia #named
HDM — A Model for the Design of Hypertext Applications (FG, PP, DS), pp. 313–328.
ECHT-1990-SchwabeFK #hypermedia
Intelligent Hypertext for Normative Knowledge in Engineering (DS, BF, WGK), pp. 123–136.
ESEC-1989-NiskierMS #approach #knowledge-based #specification
A Pluralistic Knowledge-Based Approach to Software Specification (CN, TSEM, DS), pp. 411–423.

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