His primary areas of investigation include Programming language, Unified Modeling Language, Software engineering, Class diagram and Theoretical computer science. His study on Programming language is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Grammar. His study in the fields of Applications of UML and UML tool under the domain of Unified Modeling Language overlaps with other disciplines such as Object language and IBM.
The various areas that Bernhard Rumpe examines in his Software engineering study include Software system, Software, Domain-specific modeling and Systems engineering. His Systems engineering research includes elements of Model-driven architecture, Model driven development, Software metric and Implementation. The concepts of his Object Constraint Language study are interwoven with issues in Systems Modeling Language, Shlaer–Mellor method, Object-oriented programming, Semantics and Formal specification.
His main research concerns Software engineering, Programming language, Software, Unified Modeling Language and Software development. The Software engineering study combines topics in areas such as Software system and Systems engineering. He has researched Programming language in several fields, including Semantics and Code generation.
His Software research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Domain, Distributed computing and Component. His studies deal with areas such as Software architecture description and Cable gland as well as Component. His research in Applications of UML and UML tool are components of Unified Modeling Language.
His primary areas of study are Software engineering, Software, Systems engineering, Component and Programming language. While the research belongs to areas of Software engineering, Bernhard Rumpe spends his time largely on the problem of Modeling language, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Semantics. His Software research integrates issues from Deep learning, Artificial intelligence and Architecture.
His biological study deals with issues like Agile software development, which deal with fields such as Service and Model-driven architecture. His Component study also includes fields such as
Bernhard Rumpe spends much of his time researching Software engineering, Software, Distributed computing, Reuse and Enterprise information system. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Abstraction, State, Modeling language, Usability and Principal. His works in Language workbench, Software development, Class diagram and Unified Modeling Language are all subjects of inquiry into Software.
In his research on the topic of Distributed computing, Software design pattern, Field, Modular design, Models of communication and Model driven software engineering is strongly related with Architecture. His research integrates issues of Industrial engineering and Engineering management in his study of Enterprise information system. His primary area of study in Programming language is in the field of Domain-specific language.
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Model-driven Development of Complex Software: A Research Roadmap
international conference on software engineering (2007)
Meaningful modeling: what's the semantics of "semantics"?
D. Harel;B. Rumpe.
IEEE Computer (2004)
The UML as a Formal Modeling Notation
A. Evans;K. Lano;B. Rumpe.
Computer Standards & Interfaces (1998)
Assumptions Underlying Agile Software-Development Processes
Daniel E. Turk;Bernhard Rumpe.
Journal of Database Management (2005)
Towards a formalization of the Unified Modeling Language
R. Breu;U. Hinkel;C. Hofmann;C. Klein.
european conference on object-oriented programming (1997)
«UML»’99 — The Unified Modeling Language
MontiCore: a framework for compositional development of domain specific languages
Holger Krahn;Bernhard Rumpe;Steven Völkel.
International Journal on Software Tools for Technology Transfer (2010)
Modeling Languages: Syntax, Semantics and All That Stuff, Part I: The Basic Stuff
D. Harel;B. Rumpe.
A comprehensive approach to privacy in the cloud-based Internet of Things
Martin Henze;Lars Hermerschmidt;Daniel Kerpen;Roger Häußling.
Future Generation Computer Systems (2016)
Limitations of Agile Software Processes
Dan Turk;Bernhard Rumpe.
arXiv: Software Engineering (2014)
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