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Srdjan Stevanetic
Srdjan Stevanetic
Software Architecture Research Group
Verified email at univie.ac.at
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How do software ecosystems evolve? A quantitative assessment of the R ecosystem.
K Plakidas, S Stevanetic, D Schall, TB Ionescu, U Zdun
Proceedings of the 20th International Systems and Software Product Line …, 2016
272016
Software metrics for measuring the understandability of architectural structures: a systematic mapping study
S Stevanetic, U Zdun
Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Evaluation and …, 2015
232015
Exploring the relationships between the understandability of components in architectural component models and component level metrics
S Stevanetic, U Zdun
Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Evaluation and …, 2014
162014
Supporting the evolution of event-driven service-oriented architectures using change patterns
S Tragatschnig, S Stevanetic, U Zdun
Information and Software Technology 100, 133-146, 2018
122018
Full-wave analysis of electrically large structures on desktop PCs
B Kolundzija, M Tasic, D Olcan, D Zoric, S Stevanetic
CEM'11 Computational Electromagnetics International Workshop, 122-127, 2011
122011
Tool support for the architectural design decisions in software ecosystems
S Stevanetic, K Plakidas, TB Ionescu, F Li, D Schall, U Zdun
Proceedings of the 2015 European Conference on Software Architecture …, 2015
92015
Empirical evaluation of the understandability of architectural component diagrams
S Stevanetic, MA Javed, U Zdun
Proceedings of the WICSA 2014 Companion Volume, 1-8, 2014
92014
Exploring the relationships between the understandability of architectural components and graph-based component level metrics
S Stevanetic, U Zdun
2014 14th International Conference on Quality Software, 353-358, 2014
82014
Supporting software evolution by integrating DSL-based architectural abstraction and understandability related metrics
S Stevanetic, T Haitzer, U Zdun
Proceedings of the 2014 European Conference on Software Architecture …, 2014
62014
Advanced techniques for efficient modeling of electrically large structures on desktop PCs
BM Kolundzija, MS Tasic, DI Olcan, DP Zoric, SM Stevanetic
The Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society Journal (ACES), 123-131, 2012
62012
Towards a pattern language for construction and maintenance of software architecture traceability links
MA Javed, S Stevanetic, U Zdun
Proceedings of the 21st European Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs …, 2016
52016
Exploring the understandability of components in architectural component models using component level metrics and participants' experience
S Stevanetic, U Zdun
2016 19th International ACM SIGSOFT Symposium on Component-Based Software …, 2016
52016
Empirical Study on the Effect of a Software Architecture Representation's Abstraction Level on the Architecture-Level Software Understanding
S Stevanetic, U Zdun
2014 14th International Conference on Quality Software, 359-364, 2014
52014
The impact of hierarchies on the architecture-level software understandability-a controlled experiment
S Stevanetic, MA Javed, U Zdun
2015 24th Australasian Software Engineering Conference, 98-107, 2015
42015
Cost-effective traceability links for architecture-level software understanding: a controlled experiment
MA Javed, S Stevanetic, U Zdun
Proceedings of the ASWEC 2015 24th Australasian Software Engineering …, 2015
32015
Supporting the analyzability of architectural component models-empirical findings and tool support
S Stevanetic, U Zdun
Empirical Software Engineering 23 (6), 3578-3625, 2018
22018
Supporting quality-driven architectural design decisions in software ecosystems
S Stevanetic, K Plakidas, TB Ionescu, D Schall, U Zdun
Proccedings of the 10th European Conference on Software Architecture …, 2016
12016
Efficient full wave 3D EM modeling of large phased arrays (by WIPL-D software)
B Kolundzija, D Olcan, D Zoric, S Stevanetic
2011 IEEE International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation (APSURSI …, 2011
12011
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