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Travelled to:
1 × Hungary
1 × The Netherlands
1 × USA
1 × United Kingdom
2 × Canada
Collaborated with:
K.Rakhman M.Langhammer E.Burger J.Klein J.Kienzle D.Messinger S.Seifermann H.Klare T.Saglam R.H.Reussner J.R.H.Steel B.Morin O.Barais J.Jézéquel M.Alférez N.Amálio S.Ciraci F.Fleurey S.Mosser G.Mussbacher E.E.Roubtsova G.Zhang
Talks about:
model (5) consist (2) driven (2) chang (2) code (2) architectur (1) transform (1) metamodel (1) arbitrari (1) contract (1)

Person: Max E. Kramer

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Contributed to:

CBSE 20152015
QoSA 20152015
ICMT 20132013
ECMFA 20112011
MoDELS 20172017
BX 20162016

Wrote 6 papers:

CBSE-2015-KramerLMSB #architecture #component #consistency #contract #modelling
Change-Driven Consistency for Component Code, Architectural Models, and Contracts (MEK, ML, DM, SS, EB), pp. 21–26.
QoSA-2015-Kramer #approach #consistency #generative #modelling #multi
A Generative Approach to Change-Driven Consistency in Multi-View Modeling (MEK), pp. 129–134.
ICMT-2013-KramerKSMKBJ #weaving
Achieving Practical Genericity in Model Weaving through Extensibility (MEK, JK, JRHS, BM, JK, OB, JMJ), pp. 108–124.
ECMFA-2011-AlferezACFKKKMMRZ #abstraction #aspect-oriented #development
Aspect-Oriented Model Development at Different Levels of Abstraction (MA, NA, SC, FF, JK, JK, MEK, SM, GM, EER, GZ), pp. 361–376.
MoDELS-2017-KlareBKLSR #java #metamodelling #named #tool support
Ecoreification: Making Arbitrary Java Code Accessible to Metamodel-Based Tools (HK, EB, MEK, ML, TS, RHR), pp. 221–228.
BX-2016-KramerR #automation #bidirectional #model transformation
Automated Inversion of Attribute Mappings in Bidirectional Model Transformations (MEK, KR), pp. 61–76.

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