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Im Projekt TransIT arbeiten Forschungsgruppen der Montanuniversität Leoben, Johannes Kepler Universität Linz und Technischen Universität Wien mit komplementären Expertisen multidisziplinär an der Umsetzung von Digitalisierungsthemen im Tief- und Tunnelbau.
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The Architecture Knowledge Base (https://akb.se.jku.at/ ) supports software architecture knowledge sharing based on architecture profiles and decision models. A video illustrating knowledge sharing in the AKB is available at https://files.se.jku.at/f/4cdd3a64de104b349d75/ .
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The Christian Doppler Laboratory (CDL) Model-Integrated Smart Production (CDL-MINT) contributes to the foundations of software and systems modeling in general and in particular for smart Cyber Physical Production Systems (CPPS).
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A dashboard for microservice monitoring and management, which can be configured to stakeholder needs and which supports the integration of different backend systems.
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We report on a survey in which we analyzed 37 existing variability management tools identified using a systematic literature review to understand the tools’ characteristics, maturity, and the challenges in the field.
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When specifying the design of software, software engineers and architects - unintentionally or intentionally - follow design best practices. In order to identify practices that are considered to be important, a survey has been conducted.
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Design principles like Open-Closed Principle, Liskov Substitution Principle, etc. are said to be important. But are they really? We asked 104 practitioners and scientists for their optinion on the importance of selected object-oriented design principles.
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