Deepak Dhungana
Deepak Dhungana
University of Applied Sciences Krems, Austria
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The DOPLER meta-tool for decision-oriented variability modeling: a multiple case study
D Dhungana, P Grünbacher, R Rabiser
Automated Software Engineering 18 (1), 77-114, 2011
1662011
Requirements for product derivation support: Results from a systematic literature review and an expert survey
R Rabiser, P Grünbacher, D Dhungana
Information and Software Technology 52 (3), 324-346, 2010
1252010
Supporting product derivation by adapting and augmenting variability models
R Rabiser, P Grunbacher, D Dhungana
11th International Software Product Line Conference (SPLC 2007), 141-150, 2007
1162007
Structuring the modeling space and supporting evolution in software product line engineering
D Dhungana, P Grünbacher, R Rabiser, T Neumayer
Journal of Systems and Software 83 (7), 1108-1122, 2010
1152010
Software ecosystems vs. natural ecosystems: learning from the ingenious mind of nature
D Dhungana, I Groher, E Schludermann, S Biffl
Proceedings of the Fourth European Conference on Software Architecture …, 2010
992010
Model-driven support for product line evolution on feature level
A Pleuss, G Botterweck, D Dhungana, A Polzer, S Kowalewski
Journal of Systems and Software 85 (10), 2261-2274, 2012
742012
Supporting runtime system adaptation through product line engineering and plug-in techniques
R Wolfinger, S Reiter, D Dhungana, P Grunbacher, H Prahofer
Seventh International Conference on Composition-Based Software Systems …, 2008
632008
DecisionKing: A Flexible and Extensible Tool for Integrated Variability Modeling.
D Dhungana, P Grünbacher, R Rabiser
VaMoS 2007, 01, 2007
532007
Configuration of multi product lines by bridging heterogeneous variability modeling approaches
D Dhungana, D Seichter, G Botterweck, R Rabiser, P Grunbacher, ...
2011 15th International Software Product Line Conference, 120-129, 2011
512011
A component plug-in architecture for the. NET platform
R Wolfinger, D Dhungana, H Prähofer, H Mössenböck
Joint Modular Languages Conference, 287-305, 2006
472006
Knowledge management in software ecosystems: software artefacts as first-class citizens
D Seichter, D Dhungana, A Pleuss, B Hauptmann
Proceedings of the Fourth European Conference on Software Architecture …, 2010
412010
EvoFM: feature-driven planning of product-line evolution
G Botterweck, A Pleuss, D Dhungana, A Polzer, S Kowalewski
Proceedings of the 2010 ICSE Workshop on Product Line Approaches in Software …, 2010
412010
Integrated tool support for software product line engineering
D Dhungana, R Rabiser, P Grünbacher, T Neumayer
Proceedings of the twenty-second IEEE/ACM international conference on …, 2007
412007
Supporting evolution in model-based product line engineering
D Dhungana, T Neumayer, P Grunbacher, R Rabiser
2008 12th International Software Product Line Conference, 319-328, 2008
402008
User interface engineering for software product lines: the dilemma between automation and usability
A Pleuss, B Hauptmann, D Dhungana, G Botterweck
Proceedings of the 4th ACM SIGCHI symposium on Engineering interactive …, 2012
392012
Integrating automated product derivation and individual user interface design
A Pleuss, G Botterweck, D Dhungana
382010
Model-based customization and deployment of Eclipse-based tools: Industrial experiences
P Grünbacher, R Rabiser, D Dhungana, M Lehofer
2009 IEEE/ACM International Conference on Automated Software Engineering …, 2009
342009
Domain-specific adaptations of product line variability modeling
D Dhungana, P Grünbacher, R Rabiser
Working Conference on Method Engineering, 238-251, 2007
342007
Decision-oriented modeling of product line architectures
D Dhungana, R Rabiser, P Grunbacher
2007 Working IEEE/IFIP Conference on Software Architecture (WICSA'07), 22-22, 2007
332007
DOPLER: An Adaptable Tool Suite for Product Line Engineering.
D Dhungana, R Rabiser, P Grünbacher, K Lehner, C Federspiel
SPLC (2), 151-152, 2007
312007
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