2019 - Member of Academia Europaea
2016 - ACM Distinguished Member
His primary areas of study are Theoretical computer science, Programming language, Transformation, Data structure and Model transformation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Homomorphism, Automatic parallelization, Graph rewriting, Graph and Computation. His Programming language research includes themes of Development and Parallel computing.
His Data structure research incorporates elements of Algorithm, Functional programming and Program transformation. His study in the field of Recursion also crosses realms of Multiple data. His Model transformation study incorporates themes from Variety, Software development and Engineering ethics.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Theoretical computer science, Programming language, Algorithm, Parallel computing and Functional programming. His Theoretical computer science research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Graph rewriting, Graph, Transformation, Computation and Data structure. His studies deal with areas such as Distributed computing and Ambiguity as well as Transformation.
His Distributed computing study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Synchronization and Software development. He interconnects Parallel programming model and Programming paradigm in the investigation of issues within Parallel computing. The concepts of his Functional programming study are interwoven with issues in Transformation language and Sequence.
His primary scientific interests are in Programming language, Distributed computing, Theoretical computer science, Datalog and Graph. His Syntactic sugar, Ambiguity, Consistency and Programmer study in the realm of Programming language connects with subjects such as Control. As a part of the same scientific study, Zhenjiang Hu usually deals with the Ambiguity, concentrating on Bidirectional programming and frequently concerns with Model transformation and Combinatory logic.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Edge computing, Graph and Separation of concerns in addition to Distributed computing. His work on Program synthesis as part of his general Theoretical computer science study is frequently connected to Schema, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His Graph research includes elements of Algorithm, Scalability, Programming paradigm and Shared memory.
Consistency, Ambiguity, Theoretical computer science, Shared memory and Programming language are his primary areas of study. He combines subjects such as Control, Permission and World Wide Web with his study of Consistency. In Ambiguity, he works on issues like Bidirectional programming, which are connected to Graph, Model transformation, Combinatory logic and Simple.
His research on Shared memory also deals with topics like
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Bidirectional Transformations: A Cross-Discipline Perspective
Krzysztof Czarnecki;J. Nathan Foster;Zhenjiang Hu;Ralf Lämmel.
international conference on model transformation (2009)
Towards automatic model synchronization from model transformations
Yingfei Xiong;Dongxi Liu;Zhenjiang Hu;Haiyan Zhao.
automated software engineering (2007)
Bidirectionalization transformation based on automatic derivation of view complement functions
Kazutaka Matsuda;Zhenjiang Hu;Keisuke Nakano;Makoto Hamana.
international conference on functional programming (2007)
Deriving structural hylomorphisms from recursive definitions
Zhenjiang Hu;Hideya Iwasaki;Masato Takeichi.
international conference on functional programming (1996)
A programmable editor for developing structured documents based on bidirectional transformations
Zhenjiang Hu;Shin-Cheng Mu;Masato Takeichi.
partial evaluation and semantic-based program manipulation (2004)
Bidirectionalizing graph transformations
Soichiro Hidaka;Zhenjiang Hu;Kazuhiro Inaba;Hiroyuki Kato.
international conference on functional programming (2010)
Tupling calculation eliminates multiple data traversals
Zhenjiang Hu;Hideya Iwasaki;Masato Takeichi;Akihiko Takano.
international conference on functional programming (1997)
Supporting automatic model inconsistency fixing
Yingfei Xiong;Zhenjiang Hu;Haiyan Zhao;Hui Song.
foundations of software engineering (2009)
A library of constructive skeletons for sequential style of parallel programming
Kiminori Matsuzaki;Hideya Iwasaki;Kento Emoto;Zhenjiang Hu.
scalable information systems (2006)
An Algebraic Approach to Bi-directional Updating
Shin-Cheng Mu;Zhenjiang Hu;Masato Takeichi.
asian symposium on programming languages and systems (2004)
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