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Travelled to:
1 × Canada
1 × Hungary
1 × Spain
2 × Italy
2 × Portugal
Collaborated with:
A.Binun U.Bardey P.Costanza M.Austermann C.Nemo M.Blay-Fornarino M.Riveill P.Hegedus L.J.Fülöp A.Chatzigeorgiou Y.Guéhéneuc N.Tsantalis
Talks about:
pattern (3) detect (3) design (3) orchestr (2) toward (2) time (2) transform (1) framework (1) shoulder (1) jmangler (1)

♂ Person: Günter Kniesel

DBLP DBLP: Kniesel:G=uuml=nter

Facilitated 4 volumes:

ICMT 2011PrCo
ICMT 2010PrCo
ICMT 2009PrCo
ICMT 2008PrCo

Contributed to:

CSMR 20122012
CSMR 20102010
ICPC 20092009
ICEIS DISI 20072007
WCRE 20062006
SCAM 20012001
ECOOP 19991999

Wrote 7 papers:

CSMR-2012-BinunK #design pattern #detection #named
DPJF — Design Pattern Detection with High Accuracy (AB, GK), pp. 245–254.
CSMR-2010-KnieselBHFCGT #design pattern #detection #tool support
DPDX--Towards a Common Result Exchange Format for Design Pattern Detection Tools (GK, AB, PH, LJF, AC, YGG, NT), pp. 232–235.
ICPC-2009-KnieselB #approach #data fusion #design pattern #detection
Standing on the shoulders of giants — A data fusion approach to design pattern detection (GK, AB), pp. 208–217.
ICEIS-DISI-2007-NemoBRK #composition #distributed #semantics #towards
Semantic orchestration merging — towards composition of overlapping orchestrations (CN, MBF, MR, GK), pp. 378–383.
WCRE-2006-KnieselB #analysis #aspect-oriented #correctness #weaving
An Analysis of the Correctness and Completeness of Aspect Weaving (GK, UB), pp. 324–333.
SCAM-2001-KnieselCA #framework #java #named
Jmangler — A Framework for Load-Time Transformation of Java Class Files (GK, PC, MA), pp. 100–110.
ECOOP-1999-Kniesel #adaptation #component #runtime #type safety
Type-Safe Delegation for Run-Time Component Adaptation (GK), pp. 351–366.

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