@Article{Bencomo2019, author="Bencomo, Nelly and G{\"o}tz, Sebastian and Song, Hui", title="Models@run.time: a guided tour of the state of the art and research challenges", journal="Software {\&} Systems Modeling", year="2019", month="Jan", day="09", abstract="More than a decade ago, the research topic models@run.time was coined. Since then, the research area has received increasing attention. Given the prolific results during these years, the current outcomes need to be sorted and classified. Furthermore, many gaps need to be categorized in order to further develop the research topic by experts of the research area but also newcomers. Accordingly, the paper discusses the principles and requirements of models@run.time and the state of the art of the research line. To make the discussion more concrete, a taxonomy is defined and used to compare the main approaches and research outcomes in the area during the last decade and including ancestor research initiatives. We identified and classified 275 papers on models@run.time, which allowed us to identify the underlying research gaps and to elaborate on the corresponding research challenges. Finally, we also facilitate sustainability of the survey over time by offering tool support to add, correct and visualize data.", issn="1619-1374", doi="10.1007/s10270-018-00712-x", url="https://doi.org/10.1007/s10270-018-00712-x" }

@inproceedings{assmann2019cross, title={Cross-Layer Adaptation in Multi-layer Autonomic Systems (Invited Talk)}, author={A{\ss}mann, Uwe and Grzelak, Dominik and Mey, Johannes and Pukhkaiev, Dmytro and Sch{"o}ne, Ren{\'e} and Werner, Christopher and P{"u}schel, Georg}, booktitle={International Conference on Current Trends in Theory and Practice of Informatics}, pages={1--20}, year={2019}, organization={Springer} }

@inproceedings{Korzetz2019, author = {Korzetz, Mandy and K\"{u}hn, Romina and Schlegel, Thomas}, title = {Turn It, Pour It, Twist It: A Model for Designing Mobile Device-Based Interactions}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the 5th International ACM In-Cooperation HCI and UX Conference}, series = {CHIuXiD'19}, year = {2019}, isbn = {978-1-4503-6187-3}, location = {Jakarta, Surabaya, Bali, Indonesia}, pages = {20--23}, numpages = {4}, url = {http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/3328243.3328246}, doi = {10.1145/3328243.3328246}, acmid = {3328246}, publisher = {ACM}, address = {New York, NY, USA}, keywords = {Collocated interaction, design model, device-based interaction, gestures, interaction design, mobile devices}, }

@inproceedings{mai_architecture_2019, location = {Da Lat, Vietnam}, title = {An Architecture for a Distributed Lean Innovation Management System}, volume = {10(1)}, abstract = {The current trend for innovation management is going upward, the startup scene is more active than ever and new processes and trends to foster these innovations are developed constantly. Although we can see such an upwards trend, there is not as much development in software architectures supporting innovation management. In this work, a requirements analysis for such a software architecture was done based on various innovation processes. Finally, we propose this architecture as a system of systems together with our current reference implementation. The system is evaluated in various user studies, e.g., teaching, practical use at a university, and innovation competitions.}, eventtitle = {The 11th International Conference on Computer Research and Development ({ICCRD})}, booktitle = {International Journal of Innovation, Management and Technology ({IJIMT})}, author = {Mai, Carl and Grzelak, Dominik and Zia, Mariam and Lemme, Diana and Aßmann, Uwe}, date = {2019-01-26}, langid = {english} }

@inproceedings{Seiger:2019:CSW:3302509.3313317, author = {Seiger, Ronny and A\ssmann, Uwe}, title = {Consistency and Synchronization for Workflows in Cyber-physical Systems: Poster Abstract}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the 10th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Cyber-Physical Systems}, series = {ICCPS '19}, year = {2019}, isbn = {978-1-4503-6285-6}, location = {Montreal, Quebec, Canada}, pages = {312--313}, numpages = {2}, url = {http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/3302509.3313317}, doi = {10.1145/3302509.3313317}, acmid = {3313317}, publisher = {ACM}, address = {New York, NY, USA}, keywords = {cyber-physical systems, digital twins, workflows}, }

@inproceedings{grzelak2019bigraph, title={Bigraphical Meta-Modeling of Fog Computing-Based Systems}, author={Grzelak, Dominik and A{\ss}mann, Uwe}, editor={Deutsch, Andreas and Fatès, Nazim}, booktitle={Summer Solstice 2019}, booksubtitle={Conference on Discrete Models of Complex Systems}, pages={19--21}, year={2019}, eventdate={2019-07-15--2019-07-17}, location={Dresden, Germany}, venue={Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems} }

@InProceedings{10.1007/978-3-030-29381-9_36, author="K{"u}hn, Romina and Korzetz, Mandy and Schumann, Franz-Wilhelm and B{"u}schel, Lukas and Schlegel, Thomas", editor="Lamas, David and Loizides, Fernando and Nacke, Lennart and Petrie, Helen and Winckler, Marco and Zaphiris, Panayiotis", title="Vote-for-It: Investigating Mobile Device-Based Interaction Techniques for Collocated Anonymous Voting and Rating", booktitle="Human-Computer Interaction -- INTERACT 2019", year="2019", publisher="Springer International Publishing", address="Cham", pages="585--605", abstract="During discussions in collocated work it is necessary to vote for results or to rate them to reach an agreement and continue working. To ensure impartiality and to avoid social embarrassment, the assessment should then be performed anonymously in so far as other groups members should not see directly how a person votes or rates. With a growing number of digital devices in collaboration, this requirement also concerns such kinds of equipment. Our approach of ensuring anonymity of individual votes and ratings submitted on personal mobile phones is to avoid shoulder surfing activities. For this purpose, we designed four device-based interactions that aim at being easy to use and eyes-free to perform to stay in touch with the environment and potential shoulder surfers. We conducted a user study to investigate these interaction techniques and observed seven groups with four participants each while testing the interactions. Participants evaluated usability and User Experience (UX) aspects as well as unobtrusiveness of the four device-based interactions. Furthermore, participants gave valuable user feedback and stated that our proposed interactions help to avoid shoulder surfing.", isbn="978-3-030-29381-9" }