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Travelled to:
1 × Brazil
1 × Spain
1 × Switzerland
1 × Taiwan
2 × USA
Collaborated with:
J.Castro J.Pimentel M.Lucena C.T.L.L.Silva F.M.R.Alencar K.Oliveira T.Pereira D.Dermeval A.Finkelstein M.Soares J.Vilela G.Guedes J.B.d.Castro R.A.Ramos J.Araújo A.M.D.Moreira
Talks about:
model (7) architectur (3) requir (3) transform (2) toward (2) improv (2) understand (1) strategi (1) configur (1) transit (1)

Person: Emanuel Santos

DBLP DBLP: Santos:Emanuel

Contributed to:

ER@BR 20132013
SEKE 20122012
SAC 20112011
SAC 20102010
SEKE 20102010
SEKE 20092009
ICEIS ISAS v1 20082008

Wrote 9 papers:

ER-BR-2013-OliveiraPSC #portuguese
Representando Características Autonômicas nos Processos de Negócio (KO, TP, ES, JC).
ER-BR-2013-PimentelCSSVG #adaptation #architecture #requirements
Requirements and Architectures for Adaptive Systems (JP, JC, ES, MS, JV, GG).
ER-BR-2013-SantosPPOC #process
Business Process Configuration with NFRs and Context-Awereness (ES, JP, TP, KO, JC).
SEKE-2012-PimentelSDCF #architecture #evolution #model transformation #towards
Towards Architectural Evolution through Model Transformations (JP, ES, DD, JC, AF), pp. 448–451.
SAC-2011-LucenaCSAS #architecture #modelling #named #requirements
Stream: a strategy for transition between requirements models and architectural models (ML, JC, CTLLS, FMRA, ES), pp. 699–704.
SAC-2010-AlencarCLSSAM #composition #modelling #towards
Towards modular i* models (FMRA, JC, ML, ES, CTLLS, JA, AMDM), pp. 292–297.
SEKE-2010-PimentelSC #requirements
Conditions for ignoring failures based on a requirements model (JP, ES, JC), pp. 48–53.
SEKE-2009-LucenaSSAC #modelling
Applying Transformation Rules to Improve i* Models (ML, CTLLS, ES, FMRA, JC), pp. 43–48.
ICEIS-ISAS1-2008-AlencarSLCSR #modelling
Improving the Understandability of I* Models (FMRA, CTLLS, ML, JBdC, ES, RAR), pp. 129–136.

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