2016 - ACM Senior Member
Process architecture and Stochastic Petri net are the subject areas of her Petri net study. Gabriele Taentzer undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Theoretical computer science and Computation through her works. Gabriele Taentzer integrates several fields in her works, including Computation and Theoretical computer science. She brings together Transformation (genetics) and Gene to produce work in her papers. Gabriele Taentzer performs multidisciplinary study in Gene and Transformation (genetics) in her work. Many of her studies involve connections with topics such as ENCODE and Biochemistry. As part of her studies on ENCODE, Gabriele Taentzer frequently links adjacent subjects like Biochemistry. Graph is often connected to Graph rewriting in her work. Her work on Graph rewriting is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Graph.
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Fundamentals of Algebraic Graph Transformation
Hartmut Ehrig;Karsten Ehrig;Ulrike Prange;Gabriele Taentzer.
Henshin: advanced concepts and tools for in-place EMF model transformations
Thorsten Arendt;Enrico Biermann;Stefan Jurack;Christian Krause.
model driven engineering languages and systems (2010)
GRAPH GRAMMARS WITH NEGATIVE APPLICATION CONDITIONS
Annegret Habel;Reiko Heckel;Gabriele Taentzer.
Fundamenta Informaticae (1996)
AGG: A graph transformation environment for modeling and validation of software
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (2004)
Confluence of Typed Attributed Graph Transformation Systems
Reiko Heckel;Reiko Heckel;Jochen Malte Küster;Jochen Malte Küster;Gabriele Taentzer.
international conference on graph transformation (2002)
Graph transformation for specification and programming
Marc Andries;Gregor Engels;Annegret Habel;Berthold Hoffmann.
Science of Computer Programming (1999)
Fundamental Theory for Typed Attributed Graph Transformation
Hartmut Ehrig;Ulrike Prange;Gabriele Taentzer.
international conference on graph transformation (2004)
The AGG approach: language and environment
C. Ermel;M. Rudolf;G. Taentzer.
Handbook of graph grammars and computing by graph transformation (1999)
Model transformation by graph transformation: A comparative study
Gabriele Taentzer;Karsten Ehrig;Esther Guerra;Juan de Lara.
Analysing refactoring dependencies using graph transformation
Tom Mens;Gabriele Taentzer;Olga Runge.
Software and Systems Modeling (2007)
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