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Travelled to:
1 × France
1 × Greece
1 × Poland
1 × Sweden
1 × The Netherlands
1 × Tunisia
1 × USA
Collaborated with:
P.Giorgini J.Mylopoulos R.Ali A.K.Chopra K.Vlaanderen S.Brinkkemper Jan Strien Ronald Batenburg E.Paja M.Poggianella P.Roberti F.B.Aydemir M.P.Singh
Talks about:
system (2) requir (2) commit (2) engin (2) architectur (1) sociotechn (1) reconfigur (1) increment (1) configur (1) variabl (1)

Person: Fabiano Dalpiaz

DBLP DBLP: Dalpiaz:Fabiano

Facilitated 2 volumes:

MoDELS 2015PrCo
MoDELS 2016PrCo

Contributed to:

CAiSE 20142014
RE 20142014
CAiSE 20122012
RE 20122012
CAiSE 20102010
CAiSE 20092009
CAiSE 20082008
DiGRA/FDG 20162016

Wrote 8 papers:

CAiSE-2014-VlaanderenDB #incremental
Finding Optimal Plans for Incremental Method Engineering (KV, FD, SB), pp. 640–655.
RE-2014-ChopraDAGMS #named
Protos: Foundations for engineering innovative sociotechnical systems (AKC, FD, FBA, PG, JM, MPS), pp. 53–62.
Aligning Software Configuration with Business and IT Context (FD, RA, PG), pp. 206–221.
RE-2012-PajaDPRG #named #requirements #security #social
STS-tool: Socio-technical Security Requirements through social commitments (EP, FD, MP, PR, PG), pp. 331–332.
CAiSE-2010-ChopraDGM #modelling #reasoning
Modeling and Reasoning about Service-Oriented Applications via Goals and Commitments (AKC, FD, PG, JM), pp. 113–128.
CAiSE-2009-DalpiazGM #architecture #configuration management #self
An Architecture for Requirements-Driven Self-reconfiguration (FD, PG, JM), pp. 246–260.
CAiSE-2008-AliDG #information management #mobile #variability
Location-Based Variability for Mobile Information Systems (RA, FD, PG), pp. 575–578.
DiGRA-FDG-2016-StrienBD #design #game studies
Designing a Serious Game for General Practice Management (JS, RB, FD).

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