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Farkas, R., and Hajdu, Á., "Activity-Based Abstraction Refinement for Timed Systems", Proceedings of the 24th PhD Mini-Symposium: Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Department of Measurement and Information Systems, pp. 18–21, 2017. Abstract
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Domokos, P., and Majzik, I., "Automated Construction of Dependability Models by Aspect-Oriented Modeling and Model Transformation", Proc. 19th Int. Conf. on Architecture of Computing Systems: Gesellschaft für Informatik, pp. 66 - 75, 2006.
Debreceni, C., "Advanced Techniques and Tools in Secure Collaborative Modeling", ACM/IEEE 20th International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems, Austin, Texas, USA, ACM, 09/2017.
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Debreceni, C., Ráth, I., Varró, D., Carlos, X D., Mendialdua, X., and Trujillo, S., "Automated Model Merge by Design Space Exploration", 19th International Conference on Fundamental Approaches to Software Engineering, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, 04/2016.
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Bondavalli, A., Majzik, I., and Mura, I., "Automated Dependability Analysis of UML Designs", Proc. 2nd IEEE International Symposium on Object-oriented Real-time Distributed Computing (ISORC'99), pp. 139 - 144, 1999.
Bondavalli, A., Majzik, I., and Mura, I., "Automatic Dependability Analysis for Supporting Design Decisions in UML", Proc. Fourth IEEE International Symposium on High-Assurance Systems Engineering (HASE'99), Washington, pp. 64 - 71, 1999.
Bergmann, G., Horváth, D., and Horváth, Á., "Applying Incremental Graph Transformation to Existing Models in Relational Databases", Sixth International Conference on Graph Transformation, vol. 7562/2012, Bremen, Germany , Springer, pp. 371-385, 09/2012.
Balogh, A., and Varró, D., "Advanced Model Transformation Language Constructs in the VIATRA2 Framework", ACM Symposium on Applied Computing –- Model Transformation Track (SAC 2006), Dijon, France, ACM Press, pp. 1280–1287, April, 2006. Abstract
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