2023 - Research.com Computer Science in Germany Leader Award
2013 - ACM Fellow For contributions to conceptual modeling, requirements engineering, metadata management, and computer science leadership in Germany.
Matthias Jarke focuses on Requirements engineering, Knowledge management, Software engineering, Database and Decision support system. His Requirements engineering research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Scenario, Non-functional requirement and Systems engineering. His research in Knowledge management intersects with topics in Sketch, World Wide Web and Web 2.0.
He has researched Software engineering in several fields, including Distributed computing, Software development, Domain engineering, Knowledge engineering and Process. His study on Data warehouse and Conceptual model is often connected to Combined use as part of broader study in Database. His Data warehouse study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Data science, Data quality, Metadata and Dimensional modeling.
Matthias Jarke spends much of his time researching Software engineering, Knowledge management, World Wide Web, Process and Database. He specializes in Software engineering, namely ConceptBase. Matthias Jarke interconnects Multimedia and Mobile search in the investigation of issues within World Wide Web.
His Process study incorporates themes from Systems engineering and Process management. Matthias Jarke does research in Database, focusing on Data warehouse specifically. His Requirements engineering study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Non-functional requirement and Requirements analysis.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Data science, Knowledge management, Software engineering, Artificial intelligence and World Wide Web. His Data science study also includes fields such as
The concepts of his Software engineering study are interwoven with issues in Software system, Requirements engineering, Software development and Usability. Matthias Jarke mostly deals with Requirements elicitation in his studies of Requirements engineering. His research in Web application tackles topics such as Process which are related to areas like Process management.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Data science, Knowledge management, World Wide Web, Software engineering and Process. The Data science study combines topics in areas such as Management science, Ontology-based data integration, Data integration, Metamodeling and Enterprise information integration. He combines subjects such as End-user development, Open-source software development, Modeling language and Data management with his study of Knowledge management.
Matthias Jarke has researched World Wide Web in several fields, including Composition, Architecture and Human–computer interaction. His Software engineering study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Software quality, Software development, Usability and Source code. He has included themes like Scalability, Process management, Stakeholder, Corporate governance and Sociology of scientific knowledge in his Process study.
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Toward reference models for requirements traceability
B. Ramesh;M. Jarke.
Telos: representing knowledge about information systems
John Mylopoulos;Alex Borgida;Matthias Jarke;Manolis Koubarakis.
Query Optimization in Database Systems
Matthias Jarke;Jurgen Koch.
Fundamentals of Data Warehouses
Matthias Jarke;Maurizio Lenzerini;Yannis Vassiliou;Panos Vassiliadis.
Scenarios in system development: current practice
K. Weidenhaupt;K. Pohl;M. Jarke;P. Haumer.
ConceptBase—a deductive object base for meta data management
Matthias Jarke;Rainer Gallersdörfer;Manfred A. Jeusfeld;Martin Staudt.
The future of e-learning: a shift to knowledge networking and social software
Mohamed Amine Chatti;Matthias Jarke;Dirk Frosch-Wilke.
Scenario Management: An Interdisciplinary Approach
Matthias Jarke;X. Tung Bui;John M. Carroll.
A proposal for a scenario classification framework
C. Rolland;C. Ben Achour;C. Cauvet;J. Ralyté.
Mediator: Towards a negotiation support system
Matthias Jarke;M.Tawfik Jelassi;Melvin F. Shakun.
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