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Ujhelyi Z. Modelltranszformációk statikus analízise. In: Tavaszi Szél Konferenciakiadvány. Szeged; 2009. p. 33-9.

Bergmann G, Horváth Á, Ráth I, Varró D. Efficient Model Transformations by Combining Pattern Matching Strategies. In: Paige RF, editor. Theory and Practice of Model Transformations, Second International Conference, ICMT 2009, Zurich, Switzerland, June 29-30, 2009. Proceedings. Vol 5563. Springer; 2009. p. 20-34. (Lecture Notes in Computer Science; vol 5563). Abstract
Acceptance rate: 22%
Horváth Á. Graph Transformation Based Constraint Solving. In: Proceedings of the 16th PhD Minisymposium. Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Department of Measurement and Information Systems; 2009. p. 12-5.
Bergmann G, Ráth I, Varró D. Parallelization of Graph Transformation Based on Incremental Pattern Matching. Electronic Communications of the EASST, Proceedings of the Eighth International Workshop on Graph Transformation and Visual Modeling Techniques. 2009;18. Abstract
Ujhelyi Z, Horváth Á, Varró D. Generic Static Analysis of Transformation Programs. Budapest University of Technology and Economics; 2009.
Ujhelyi Z. Static Analysis of Model Transformations. Budapest University of Technology and Economics; 2009.
Varró D, Asztalos M, Bisztray D, Boronat A, Dang D-, Geiss R, et al. Transformation of UML Models to CSP: A Case Study for Graph Transformation Tools. In: Schürr A, Nagl M, Zündorf A, editors. Proc. Third International Workshop and Symposium on Applications of Graph Transormation with Industrial Relevance (AGTIVE 2007). Vol 5088. Springer; 2008. p. 540-65. (Lecture Notes in Computer Science; vol 5088). Abstract
Ráth I, Bergmann G, Ökrös A, Varró D. Live Model Transformations Driven by Incremental Pattern Matching. In: Vallecillo A, Gray J, Pierantonio A, editors. Proc. First International Conference on the Theory and Practice of Model Transformations (ICMT 2008). Vol 5063/2008. Springer Berlin / Heidelberg; 2008. p. 107-21. (Lecture Notes in Computer Science; vol 5063/2008). Abstract
Acceptance rate: 31%
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