2014 - ACM Senior Member
His primary scientific interests are in Software engineering, Software, Software development, Software system and Unified Modeling Language. In general Software engineering, his work in Traceability is often linked to Requirements traceability linking many areas of study. He works mostly in the field of Software, limiting it down to topics relating to Reverse engineering and, in certain cases, Feature model.
Software requirements specification is the focus of his Software development research. His work deals with themes such as Project management and Software development process, which intersect with Software system. His study in the field of Class diagram is also linked to topics like Design tool.
Alexander Egyed focuses on Software engineering, Software, Software system, Software development and Consistency. His study of Traceability is a part of Software engineering. His Traceability research integrates issues from Software maintenance and Code.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Software, Data mining are connected with Feature and other disciplines. His study in Software system is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Software architecture and Correctness. In his study, Theoretical computer science is strongly linked to Scalability, which falls under the umbrella field of Consistency.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Software, Software engineering, Code, Task and Consistency. Many of his research projects under Software are closely connected to Reuse with Reuse, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. He has included themes like Software product line and Distributed development in his Software system study.
He interconnects Model-driven architecture, Unified Modeling Language and Scalability in the investigation of issues within Software engineering. The concepts of his Task study are interwoven with issues in Feature, Artifact and Human–computer interaction. His work investigates the relationship between Consistency and topics such as Collaborative engineering that intersect with problems in Cloud computing.
Alexander Egyed spends much of his time researching Software, Software engineering, Data mining, Software development and Consistency. His research in the fields of Software system, Software product line and Code refactoring overlaps with other disciplines such as Reuse. His studies deal with areas such as Scalability and Key as well as Software engineering.
His Data mining study combines topics in areas such as Dependency, Set and Traceability. His work carried out in the field of Software development brings together such families of science as Feature extraction and Information visualization. His research in Consistency intersects with topics in Unified Modeling Language and Collaborative engineering.
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Using the WinWin spiral model: a case study
B. Boehm;A. Egyed;J. Kwan;D. Port.
Instant consistency checking for the UML
international conference on software engineering (2006)
A scenario-driven approach to trace dependency analysis
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (2003)
Fixing Inconsistencies in UML Design Models
international conference on software engineering (2007)
Automating requirements traceability: Beyond the record & replay paradigm
A. Egyed;P. Grunbacher.
automated software engineering (2002)
Generating and Evaluating Choices for Fixing Inconsistencies in UML Design Models
A. Egyed;E. Letier;A. Finkelstein.
automated software engineering (2008)
Enhancing Clone-and-Own with Systematic Reuse for Developing Software Variants
Stefan Fischer;Lukas Linsbauer;Roberto Erick Lopez-Herrejon;Alexander Egyed.
international conference on software maintenance (2014)
Automatically Detecting and Tracking Inconsistencies in Software Design Models
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (2011)
Reconciling software requirements and architectures with intermediate models
Paul Grünbacher;Alexander Egyed;Nenad Medvidovic.
Software and Systems Modeling (2004)
Identifying requirements conflicts and cooperation: how quality attributes and automated traceability can help
A. Egyed;P. Grunbacher.
IEEE Software (2004)
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