Nora Koch spends much of her time researching Software engineering, Unified Modeling Language, Web engineering, Applications of UML and Web modeling. Her Software engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Requirements analysis, Requirements elicitation, Software system and Systems engineering. Her study in Unified Modeling Language is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Hypermedia and Personalization.
Her Web engineering research includes elements of Web application and Database. Her studies in Applications of UML integrate themes in fields like Business Process Execution Language and Software development. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Web standards and Web design.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Software engineering, Web engineering, Web modeling, Unified Modeling Language and Web application. Her Software engineering study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Software development, Database, UML tool, Software system and Applications of UML. Her Web engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Requirement, Requirements engineering and User interface.
Her Web modeling research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Web standards, Web design and Web navigation. The Unified Modeling Language study combines topics in areas such as Object-oriented programming, Artificial intelligence and Metamodeling. Her Web application research includes themes of Business logic, Personalization, Plug-in, The Internet and Computer-aided software engineering.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Software engineering, Web engineering, Systems engineering, Web application and Software. Her Software engineering study incorporates themes from Software system, XACML, Unified Modeling Language and Modeling language. Her research on Web engineering concerns the broader Web modeling.
Nora Koch focuses mostly in the field of Web modeling, narrowing it down to matters related to Web standards and, in some cases, Software requirements specification, Social Semantic Web and Web design. Her Systems engineering research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Systems development life cycle and Adaptation. As a member of one scientific family, Nora Koch mostly works in the field of Web application, focusing on Software development and, on occasion, Separation of concerns, System requirements specification and Business logic.
Her primary areas of study are Software engineering, Systems engineering, Adaptation, Unified Modeling Language and Systems development life cycle. The concepts of her Software engineering study are interwoven with issues in Web application, Web engineering, Interoperability and Service Component Architecture. She interconnects Agile usability engineering, Software, Computer security model and Agile Unified Process in the investigation of issues within Web engineering.
Her Adaptation research includes elements of Software architecture, Software development process and Component. Her research investigates the link between Unified Modeling Language and topics such as Service that cross with problems in Domain, SoaML, Domain-specific modeling and Orchestration. Her research in Systems development life cycle intersects with topics in Distributed computing, Field and Distributed software systems.
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Leveraging Applications of Formal Methods, Verification and Validation
Martin Wirsing;Matthias Hölzl;Lucia Acciai;Federico Banti.
Springer-Verlag GmbH (2008)
Requirements engineering for web applications: a comparative study
M. José Escalona;Nora Koch.
Journal of Web Engineering (2003)
Uml-Based Web Engineering
Nora Koch;Alexander Knapp;Gefei Zhang;Hubert Baumeister.
A UML-based methodology for hypermedia design
Rolf Hennicker;Nora Koch.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (2000)
Towards a UML extension for hypermedia design
Hubert Baumeister;Nora Koch;Luis Mandel.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (1999)
The Munich Reference Model for Adaptive Hypermedia Applications
Nora Koch;Martin Wirsing.
adaptive hypermedia and adaptive web based systems (2002)
The Authoring Process of the UML-based Web Engineering Approach
Nora Koch;Andreas Kraus;Rolf Hennicker.
Software Engineering for Adaptive Hypermedia Applications
Nora Koch;Martin Wirsing.
Semantic-Based development of service-oriented systems
Martin Wirsing;Allan Clark;Stephen Gilmore;Matthias Hölzl.
formal techniques for networked and distributed systems (2006)
Transformation techniques in the model-driven development process of UWE
international conference on web engineering (2006)
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