Paul Grünbacher performs integrative study on Software engineering and Product engineering. He regularly ties together related areas like Product design in his Product engineering studies. He undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Product design and Industrial engineering through his research. Paul Grünbacher undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Industrial engineering and Systems engineering in his work. In his research, Paul Grünbacher undertakes multidisciplinary study on Systems engineering and Management science. He conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Management science and Marketing. He combines Marketing and New product development in his studies. He undertakes multidisciplinary studies into New product development and Software development in his work. Paul Grünbacher performs multidisciplinary study on Software development and Software system in his works.
Paul Grünbacher performs integrative Software and Software construction research in his work. Paul Grünbacher integrates many fields, such as Software construction and Programming language, in his works. He integrates many fields, such as Programming language and Software system, in his works. In his works, he performs multidisciplinary study on Software system and Software. Paul Grünbacher conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Software engineering and Artificial intelligence. He performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Artificial intelligence and Software engineering via his papers. He performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Systems engineering and Requirement via his papers. His work often combines Requirement and Systems engineering studies. His study in Component-based software engineering extends to Software development with its themes.
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Developing groupware for requirements negotiation: lessons learned
B. Boehm;P. Grunbacher;R.O. Briggs.
Cool features and tough decisions: a comparison of variability modeling approaches
Krzysztof Czarnecki;Paul Grünbacher;Rick Rabiser;Klaus Schmid.
variability modelling of software-intensive systems (2012)
Automating requirements traceability: Beyond the record & replay paradigm
A. Egyed;P. Grunbacher.
automated software engineering (2002)
The DOPLER meta-tool for decision-oriented variability modeling: a multiple case study
Deepak Dhungana;Paul Grünbacher;Rick Rabiser.
automated software engineering (2011)
A comparison of decision modeling approaches in product lines
Klaus Schmid;Rick Rabiser;Paul Grünbacher.
variability modelling of software-intensive systems (2011)
Reconciling software requirements and architectures with intermediate models
Paul Grünbacher;Alexander Egyed;Nenad Medvidovic.
Software and Systems Modeling (2004)
Identifying requirements conflicts and cooperation: how quality attributes and automated traceability can help
A. Egyed;P. Grunbacher.
IEEE Software (2004)
What is a feature?: a qualitative study of features in industrial software product lines
Thorsten Berger;Daniela Lettner;Julia Rubin;Paul Grünbacher.
software product lines (2015)
Reconciling software requirements and architectures: the CBSP approach
P. Grunbacher;A. Egyed;N. Medvidovic.
Requirements Engineering (2001)
A systematic review and an expert survey on capabilities supporting multi product lines
Gerald Holl;Paul Grünbacher;Rick Rabiser.
Information & Software Technology (2012)
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