M.Sc. Stefan Höppner (Götz)

Mein Hauptforschungsinteresse gilt Modeltransformationssprachen. Dabei beschäftige ich mich hauptsächlich mit der Evaluation verschiedener Eigenschaften und dem Vergleich mit general-purpose Programmiersprachen. Das Ziel meiner Arbeit ist es, einen klaren Nachweis darüber zu erbringen, welche Eigenschaften von Modelltransformations-Sprachen diese nützlicher machen.

Neben den Modelltransformationssprachen interessiere ich mich für Sprachdesign und die Verwendung von funktionalen Programmiersprachen.

Publikationen

2022

15.
Höppner, Stefan; Stiess, Sarah Sophie; Ege, Florian; Tichy, Matthias
State Space Exploration for Planning Reconfigurations in Cloud-native Systems
13th Symposium on Software Performance
Stuttgart
November 2022
14.
Höppner, Stefan; Ege, Florian; Stiess, Sarah Sophie; Tichy, Matthias; Becker, Steffen
Coordination and Explanation of Reconfigurations in Self-adaptive high-performance Systems
MODELS-C MoDDiT
Montreal
Oktober 2022
DOI:10.1145/3550356.3561555
13.
Höppner, Stefan; Tichy, Matthias
The Impact of Model Transformation Language Features on Quality Properties of MTLs: A Study Protocol
aus Registered Reports
Empirical Software Engineering & Measures
Helsinki
September 2022
DOI:10.48550/arXiv.2209.06570
12.
Höppner, Stefan; Haas, Yves; Tichy, Matthias; Juhnke, Katharina
Advantages and disadvantages of (dedicated) model transformation languages: A Qualitative Interview Study
Empirical Software Engineering
August 2022
Herausgeber: Springer Nature
DOI:10.1007/s10664-022-10194-7
11.
Höppner, Stefan; Tichy, Matthias; Kehrer, Timo
Contrasting Dedicated Model Transformation Languages vs. General Purpose Languages: A Historical Perspective on ATL vs. Java based on Complexity and Size - Extended Abstract
Februar 2022
DOI:10.18420/se2022-ws-012
10.
Groner, Raffaela; Juhnke, Katharina; Höppner, Stefan; Tichy, Matthias; Becker, Steffen; Vijayshree, Vijayshree; Frank, Sebastian
A Survey on the Relevance of the Performance of Model Transformations (extended abstract)
Software Engineering (SE) 2022
2022
DOI:10.18420/se2022-ws-008

2021

9.
Höppner, Stefan; Tichy, Matthias; Kehrer, Timo
Contrasting Dedicated Model Transformation Languages Versus General Purpose Languages: A Historical Perspective on ATL Versus Java Based on Complexity and Size
September 2021
Herausgeber: Springer Nature
DOI:10.1007/s10270-021-00937-3
8.
Götz, Stefan; Groner, Raffaela; Tichy, Matthias
Claimed advantages and disadvantages of (dedicated) model transformation languages: a systematic literature review - Extended Abstract
Software Engineering (SE) 2021
Februar 2021
DOI:10.18420/SE2021_11
7.
Götz, Stefan; Tichy, Matthias; Kehrer, Timo
Dedicated Model Transformation Languages vs. General-Purpose Languages: A Historical Perspective on ATL vs. Java
MODELSWARD'21
Februar 2021
DOI:10.5220/0010340801220135
6.
Groner, Raffaela; Juhnke, Katharina; Götz, Stefan; Tichy, Matthias; Becker, Steffen; Vijayshree, Vijayshree; Frank, Sebastian
A Survey on the Relevance of the Performance of Model Transformations
Journal of Object Technology
2021
DOI:10.5381/jot.2021.20.2.a5

2020

5.
Götz, Stefan; Tichy, Matthias
Investigating the Origins of Complexity and Expressiveness in ATL Transformations
Journal of Object Technology, 19 :12:1-21
Juli 2020
DOI:10.5381/jot.2020.19.2.a12
Datei:pdfhttp://www.jot.fm/issues/issue_2020_02/article12.pdf
4.
Götz, Stefan; Tichy, Matthias; Groner, Raffaela
Claimed advantages and disadvantages of (dedicated) model transformation languages: a systematic literature review
Software and Systems Modeling (SoSyM)
Juli 2020
Herausgeber: Springer Nature
DOI:10.1007/s10270-020-00815-4
Datei:https://rdcu.be/b5A6X

2018

3.
Götz, Stefan
Exploiting dependent types for representing Graph-constraints in GADTs
Masterarbeit
Universität Ulm
November 2018
2.
Kögel, Stefan; Tichy, Matthias; Groner, Raffaela; Stegmaier, Michael; Götz, Stefan; Rechenberger, Sascha
Developing an Optimizing Compiler for the Game Boy as a Software Engineering Project
Software Engineering Education and Training Track of the 40th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE SEET 2018), Gothenburg, Sweden
Mai 2018
DOI:10.1145/3183377.3183388
Datei:https://www.icse2018.org/event/icse-2018-software-engineering-education-and-training-developing-an-optimizing-compiler-for-the-game-boy-as-a-software-engineering-project

2016

1.
Götz, Stefan
Evaluating Programming Languages for the Telecom Domain
Bachelorarbeit
Universität Ulm
Oktober 2016