His primary areas of investigation include Model transformation, Programming language, Metamodeling, Modeling language and Software engineering. Model transformation is a subfield of Transformation that Manuel Wimmer studies. His Metamodeling research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Data modeling, Theoretical computer science, Interoperability and Domain.
The Modeling language study combines topics in areas such as Model-driven architecture and Abstract syntax. He focuses mostly in the field of Model-driven architecture, narrowing it down to topics relating to Domain-specific language and, in certain cases, Cloud modeling, Service provisioning and Automation. His study in Software engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Software development, Unified Modeling Language, Set, Sentence and Program transformation.
Manuel Wimmer mostly deals with Software engineering, Programming language, Model transformation, Model-driven architecture and Modeling language. His Software engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Software versioning, Software, Software development, Unified Modeling Language and Systems engineering. His Model transformation research includes themes of Algorithm, Correctness and Theoretical computer science.
His research brings together the fields of Artificial intelligence and Model-driven architecture. His Modeling language study combines topics in areas such as Domain and Abstract syntax. While the research belongs to areas of Metamodeling, he spends his time largely on the problem of Data mining, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Search-based software engineering.
His primary areas of study are Software engineering, Model-driven architecture, Software, Domain and Programming language. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Automation, Transformation and Software development. His Model-driven architecture study incorporates themes from Model transformation, Search-based software engineering, Distributed computing and Artificial intelligence.
The various areas that Manuel Wimmer examines in his Search-based software engineering study include Theoretical computer science and Metamodeling. His work on Unified Modeling Language and Modeling language as part of general Software research is often related to Work and Feature based, thus linking different fields of science. His Modeling language research incorporates themes from Representation, Information retrieval and Data science.
Manuel Wimmer spends much of his time researching Model-driven architecture, Software engineering, Programming language, Metamodeling and Transformation. His Model-driven architecture research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Mathematics education, Anomaly detection, Real-time computing and Relevance. His studies deal with areas such as Syntax highlighting, Modeling language, Graphical language and Rendering as well as Software engineering.
His research in the fields of Executable, Semantics and ATLAS Transformation Language overlaps with other disciplines such as De facto standard and Gas meter prover. His studies in Metamodeling integrate themes in fields like Precision and recall, Temporal models, Distributed computing and Sorting. His specific area of interest is Transformation, where Manuel Wimmer studies Model transformation.
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Model-Driven Software Engineering in Practice
Marco Brambilla;Jordi Cabot;Manuel Wimmer.
A survey on model versioning approaches
Kerstin Altmanninger;Martina Seidl;Manuel Wimmer.
International Journal of Web Information Systems (2009)
Lifting metamodels to ontologies : A step to the semantic integration of modeling languages
Gerti Kappel;Elisabeth Kapsammer;Horst Kargl;Gerhard Kramler.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (2006)
Towards Model Transformation Generation By-Example
M. Wimmer;M. Strommer;H. Kargl;G. Kramler.
hawaii international conference on system sciences (2007)
Bridging grammarware and modelware
Manuel Wimmer;Gerhard Kramler.
model driven engineering languages and systems (2005)
Model transformation intents and their properties
Levi Lúcio;Moussa Amrani;Juergen Dingel;Leen Lambers.
Software and Systems Modeling (2016)
A survey on UML-based aspect-oriented design modeling
Manuel Wimmer;Andrea Schauerhuber;Gerti Kappel;Werner Retschitzegger.
ACM Computing Surveys (2011)
Automated verification of model transformations based on visual contracts
Esther Guerra;Juan Lara;Manuel Wimmer;Gerti Kappel.
automated software engineering (2013)
Model transformation by-example: a survey of the first wave
Gerti Kappel;Philip Langer;Werner Retschitzegger;Wieland Schwinger.
Conceptual Modelling and Its Theoretical Foundations (2012)
A Systematic Review of Cloud Modeling Languages
Alexander Bergmayr;Uwe Breitenbücher;Nicolas Ferry;Alessandro Rossini.
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