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Travelled to:
1 × Belgium
1 × Czech Republic
1 × France
1 × Germany
1 × Italy
1 × The Netherlands
Collaborated with:
K.Jezek L.Holy J.Snajberk J.Dietrich Jens Dietrich 0001 D.J.Pearce
Talks about:
compon (4) studi (3) properti (2) function (2) program (2) librari (2) visual (2) applic (2) extra (2) tool (2)

Person: Premek Brada

DBLP DBLP: Brada:Premek

Facilitated 1 volumes:

CBSE 2014PrCo

Contributed to:

CSMR-WCRE 20142014
CSMR 20132013
ICSM 20132013
TOOLS Europe 20122012
KMIS 20112011
CBSE 20082008
ECOOP 20172017

Wrote 8 papers:

CSMR-WCRE-2014-DietrichJB #empirical #evolution #java #library #problem #source code
Broken promises: An empirical study into evolution problems in Java programs caused by library upgrades (JD, KJ, PB), pp. 64–73.
CSMR-2013-JezekHB #analysis #compilation #library
Supplying Compiler’s Static Compatibility Checks by the Analysis of Third-Party Libraries (KJ, LH, PB), pp. 375–378.
CSMR-2013-SnajberkHB #component #using #visualisation
Visualization of Component-Based Applications Structure Using AIVA (JS, LH, PB), pp. 409–412.
ICSM-2013-HolySBJ #component #visualisation
A Visualization Tool for Reverse-Engineering of Complex Component Applications (LH, JS, PB, KJ), pp. 500–503.
TOOLS-EUROPE-2012-JezekBH #independence
Enhancing OSGi with Explicit, Vendor Independent Extra-Functional Properties (KJ, PB, LH), pp. 108–123.
KMIS-2011-JezekB #case study #deployment #framework #tool support
Extra-functional Properties Framework with Configuration based on Deployment Environment — Tool Demonstration and Case-study (KJ, PB), pp. 322–325.
CBSE-2008-Brada #black box #component
The CoSi Component Model: Reviving the Black-Box Nature of Components (PB), pp. 318–333.
ECOOP-2017-DietrichPJBD #case study #contract #java #source code
Contracts in the Wild: A Study of Java Programs (JD0, DJP, KJ, PB), p. 29.

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