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address Universität Stuttgart
Institute of Software Technology
Universitätsstraße 38 
D-70569 Stuttgart 
Germany
phone +49 711 685-88 272
fax +49 711 685-88 472
e-mail sinem.getir [at] informatik.uni-stuttgart.de
room 1.328
office hours: by appointment

 


Research Interests

My principal research interests lie in the field of Software Engineering upon the Reliable software systems, Software quality, Ensurance of Software evolution by run-time certification, Model driven development, models@runtime. I am currently investigating behavioral and quality evaluation models for CoCoMe case study. This yields a way for co-evolution of the system.

My future research plans are to work deeply on Quality certification based on System monitoring results, estimation of parameters at run-time and producing accurate evaluation results.

 


Publications

  • Sinem GetirAndré van Hoorn and Lars Grunske andMatthias Tichy
    Co-Evolution of Software Architecture and Fault Tree Models: AnExplorative Case Study on a Pick and Place Factory Automation System
    Proc. of the 5th International Workshop on Non-functionalProperties in Modeling, September 29, Miami, USA, 2013
  • Demirkol, S., Challenger, M., Getir, S., Kosar, T., Kardas, G. and Mernik, M. (2012) “SEA_L: A Domain-specific Language for Semantic Web enabled Multi-agent Systems“, In proceedings of the 2nd Workshop on Model Driven Approaches in System Development (MDASD 2012), held in conjunction with 2012 Federated Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems (FedCSIS 2012), Wroclaw, Poland, IEEE Conference Publications.
  • Getir, S., Challenger, M., Demirkol, S. and Kardas, G. (2012) “The Semantics of the Interaction between Agents and Web Services on the Semantic Web“, In proceedings of the 7th IEEE International Workshop on Engineering Semantic Agent Systems (ESAS 2012), held in conjunction with the 36th IEEE Signature Conference on Computers, Software, and Applications (COMPSAC 2012), Izmir, Turkey, IEEE Computer Society  pp. 619-624.
  • Kaymak, Y., Teket, K. D., Demirci, S., Getir, S., Erdur, R. C. and Kardas, G. (2012) “Development of a JACK Belief-Desire-Intention Model-based Multi-agent Library Management System by Using Prometheus Methodology“, In proceedings of the 6th Turkish Software Engineering Symposium (UYMS 2012), Ankara, Turkey (in Turkish), pp. 121-128.
  • Getir, S., Demirkol, S., Challenger, M. and Kardas, G. (2011) “Graphical Concrete Syntax of a Domain Specific Modeling Language for Semantic Web enabled Agents“, In proceedings of the 5th Turkish Software Engineering Symposium (UYMS 2011), Ankara, Turkey, pp. 93-100 (in Turkish).
  • Getir, S., Demirkol, S., Challenger, M. and Kardas, G. (2011) “The GMF-based Syntax Tool of a DSML for the Semantic Web enabled Multi-Agent Systems“, In proceedings of the Workshop on Programming Systems, Languages, and Applications based on Actors, Agents, and Decentralized Control (AGERE! 2011), held at the 2nd Systems, Programming, Languages and Applications: Software for Humanity Conference (SPLASH 2011), Portland, USA, ACM Press.
  • Challenger, M., Getir, S., Demirkol, S. and Kardas, G. (2011) “A Domain Specific Metamodel for Semantic Web enabled Multi-agent Systems“, In Salinesi, C. and Pastor, O. (Eds.): Advanced Information Systems Engineering Workshops, Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing, Springer-Verlag, Vol. 83, pp. 177-186.
  • Demirkol, S., Getir, S., Challenger, M. and Kardas, G. (2011) “Development of an Agent based E-barter System“, In proceedings of 2011 International Symposium on Innovations in Intelligent Systems and Applications (INISTA 2011), Istanbul, Turkey, IEEE Computer Society, pp. 193-198.

 


Teaching

Winter semester 2012/2013

Summer semester 2013