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*2009
92EERoman Popp, Jürgen Falb, Edin Arnautovic, Hermann Kaindl, Sevan Kavaldjian, Dominik Ertl, Helmut Horacek, Cristian Bogdan: Automatic Generation of the Behavior of a User Interface from a High-Level Discourse Model. HICSS 2009: 1-10
91 Hermann Kaindl: What is an Aspect in Requirements Engineering? ICSOFT (1) 2009: 353-356
90EEHermann Kaindl: Combining Requirements and Interaction Design through Usage Scenarios. INTERACT (2) 2009: 932-933
89EEHermann Kaindl: Model a Discourse and Transform It to Your User Interface. INTERACT (2) 2009: 948-949
88EEJürgen Falb, Sevan Kavaldjian, Roman Popp, David Raneburger, Edin Arnautovic, Hermann Kaindl: Fully automatic user interface generation from discourse models. IUI 2009: 475-476
2008
87EEHermann Kaindl, Jürgen Falb, Cristian Bogdan: Multimodal communication involving movements of a robot. CHI Extended Abstracts 2008: 3213-3218
86EECristian Bogdan, Jürgen Falb, Hermann Kaindl, Sevan Kavaldjian, Roman Popp, Helmut Horacek, Edin Arnautovic, Alexander Szep: Generating an Abstract User Interface from a Discourse Model Inspired by Human Communication. HICSS 2008: 36
85EEHermann Kaindl, Jürgen Falb: Can We Transform Requirements into Architecture? ICSEA 2008: 91-96
84EECristian Bogdan, Hermann Kaindl, Jürgen Falb, Roman Popp: Modeling of interaction design by end users through discourse modeling. IUI 2008: 305-308
83EEHermann Kaindl, Larry L. Constantine, Oscar Pastor, Alistair G. Sutcliffe, Didar Zowghi: How to Combine Requirements Engineering and Interaction Design? RE 2008: 299-301
82EEKatharina Wolter, Michal Smialek, Daniel Bildhauer, Hermann Kaindl: Reusing Terminology for Requirements Specifications from WordNet. RE 2008: 325-326
81EEKizito Ssamula Mukasa, Hermann Kaindl: An Integration of Requirements and User Interface Specifications. RE 2008: 327-328
2007
80EEJürgen Falb, Roman Popp, Thomas Röck, Helmut Jelinek, Edin Arnautovic, Hermann Kaindl: Fully-automatic generation of user interfaces for multiple devices from a high-level model based on communicative acts. HICSS 2007: 26
79EEJürgen Falb, Roman Popp, Thomas Röck, Helmut Jelinek, Edin Arnautovic, Hermann Kaindl: UI Prototyping for Multiple Devices Through Specifying Interaction Design. INTERACT (1) 2007: 136-149
78EEHermann Kaindl: How to Combine Requirements and Interaction Design Through Usage Scenarios. INTERACT (2) 2007: 706-707
77EESevan Kavaldjian, Cristian Bogdan, Jürgen Falb, Hermann Kaindl: Transforming a Discourse Model to an Abstract User Interface Model. MDDAUI 2007
76EESevan Kavaldjian, Cristian Bogdan, Jürgen Falb, Hermann Kaindl: Transforming Discourse Models to Structural User Interface Models. MoDELS Workshops 2007: 77-88
75EEEdin Arnautovic, Hermann Kaindl, Jürgen Falb, Roman Popp, Alexander Szep: Gradual transition towards autonomic software systems based on high-level communication specification. SAC 2007: 84-89
2006
74EEJürgen Falb, Hermann Kaindl, Helmut Horacek, Cristian Bogdan, Roman Popp, Edin Arnautovic: A discourse model for interaction design based on theories of human communication. CHI Extended Abstracts 2006: 754-759
73EEEdin Arnautovic, Hermann Kaindl, Jürgen Falb: An architecture for gradual transition towards self-managed software systems. ACM SIGSOFT Software Engineering Notes 31(6): 1-2 (2006)
2005
72EEJürgen Falb, Roman Popp, Thomas Röck, Helmut Jelinek, Edin Arnautovic, Hermann Kaindl: Using communicative acts in high-level specifications of user interfaces for their automated synthesis. ASE 2005: 429-430
71EEVahan Harput, Hermann Kaindl, Stefan Kramer: Extending Function Point Analysis of Object-Oriented Requirements Specifications. IEEE METRICS 2005: 39
70EEHermann Kaindl: Is object-oriented requirements engineering of interest? Requir. Eng. 10(1): 81-84 (2005)
2004
69 Andreas Auer, Hermann Kaindl: A Case Study of Revisiting Best-First vs. Depth-First Search. ECAI 2004: 141-145
68EEHermann Kaindl: Active Tool Support for Requirements Engineering Through RETH. RE 2004: 362-363
67EEStefan Kramer, Hermann Kaindl: Coupling and cohesion metrics for knowledge-based systems using frames and rules. ACM Trans. Softw. Eng. Methodol. 13(3): 332-358 (2004)
2003
66EEHermann Kaindl, Stefan Kramer, Mario Hailing, Vahan Harput: Metamodel-Compliance Checking of Requirements in a Semiformal Representation. CAiSE Short Paper Proceedings 2003
65EEHermann Kaindl: Structuring Business Models in a Web Representation. HICSS 2003: 97
2002
64 Hermann Kaindl, Rudolf Jezek: From Usage Scenarios to User Interface Elements in a Few Steps. CADUI 2002: 91-102
63EEGerald Ebner, Hermann Kaindl: Tracing All Around in Reengineering. IEEE Software 19(3): 70-77 (2002)
62EEHermann Kaindl, Sjaak Brinkkemper, Janis A. Bubenko Jr., Barbara Farbey, Sol J. Greenspan, Constance L. Heitmeyer, Julio Cesar Sampaio do Prado Leite, Nancy R. Mead, John Mylopoulos, Jawed I. A. Siddiqi: Requirements Engineering and Technology Transfer: Obstacles, Incentives and Improvement Agenda. Requir. Eng. 7(3): 113-123 (2002)
61 Hermann Kaindl: Using hypermedia in requirements engineering practice. The New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia 7: (2002)
2001
60EEHermann Kaindl, Rudolf Jezek: From Usage Scenarios to Widget Classes. EHCI 2001: 35-36
59EEMike Mannion, Hermann Kaindl: Requirements-based product line engineering. ESEC / SIGSOFT FSE 2001: 322-323
58EEHermann Kaindl: Adoption of Requirements Engineering: Conditions for Success. RE 2001: 270
57 Hermann Kaindl, Gerhard Kainz, Klaus Radda: Asymmetry in search. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part B 31(5): 791-796 (2001)
2000
56EEGerald Ebner, Hermann Kaindl: Tracing All Around. CAiSE 2000: 355-368
55EEHermann Kaindl, John Mylopoulos: Why Is It So Difficult to Introduce RE Research Results into Mainstream RE Practice? CAiSE 2000: 7-12
54 Johannes Fürnkranz, Bernhard Pfahringer, Hermann Kaindl, Stefan Kramer: Learning to Use Operational Advice. ECAI 2000: 291-295
53EEHermann Kaindl: Why is it so Difficult to Introduce Requirements Engineering Research Results into Mainstream Requirements Engineering Practice? ICRE 2000: 67-68
52EEMike Mannion, Oliver Lewis, Hermann Kaindl, Gianluca Montroni, Joe Wheadon: Representing Requirements on Generic Software in an Application Family Model. ICSR 2000: 153-169
51 Hermann Kaindl: Book Review: Scalable Search in computer chess - algorithmic enhancements and experiments at high search depth. AI Commun. 13(4): 279-280 (2000)
50 Hermann Kaindl: A design process based on a model combining scenarios with goals and functions. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part A 30(5): 537-551 (2000)
1999
49EEHermann Kaindl, Stefan Kramer, Papa Samba Niang Diallo: Semiautomatic Generation of Glossary Links: A Practical Solution. Hypertext 1999: 3-12
48EEMike Mannion, Hermann Kaindl, Joe Wheadon: Reusing Single System Requirements from Application Family Requirements. ICSE 1999: 453-462
47 Hermann Kaindl, Gerhard Kainz, Roland Steiner, Andreas Auer, Klaus Radda: Switching from Bidirectional to Unidirectional Search. IJCAI 1999: 1178-1183
46EEHermann Kaindl, John M. Carroll: Symbolic Modeling in Practice - Introduction. Commun. ACM 42(1): 28-30 (1999)
45EEHermann Kaindl: Difficulties in the Transition from OO Analysis to Design. IEEE Software 16(5): 94-102 (1999)
1998
44 Hermann Kaindl: Combining Goals and Functional Requirements in a Scenario-based Design Process. BCS HCI 1998: 101-121
43 Hermann Kaindl, Anton Scheucher: Back-up of Heuristic Values: Minimaxing vs. Product Propagation. ECAI 1998: 665-669
42EEHermann Kaindl, Stefan Kramer, Luis Miguel Afonso: Combining Structure Search and Content Search for the World-Wide Web. Hypertext 1998: 217-224
41EEHermann Kaindl, Stefan Kramer, Robert Kacsich: A Case Study of Decomposing Functional Requirements Using Scenarios. ICRE 1998: 156-163
40EEAnton Scheucher, Hermann Kaindl: Benefits of Using Multivalued Functions for Minimaxing. Artif. Intell. 99(2): 187-208 (1998)
1997
39 Stefan Kramer, Hermann Kaindl, Stefan Schlee: Can We Benefit from Metrics in KBS Development? IJCAI (1) 1997: 662-667
38 Hermann Kaindl: A Practical Approach to Combining Requirements Definition and Object-Oriented Analysis. Ann. Software Eng. 3: 319-343 (1997)
37EEHermann Kaindl, Gerhard Kainz: Bidirectional Heuristic Search Reconsidered CoRR cs.AI/9712102: (1997)
36 Hermann Kaindl, Gerhard Kainz: Bidirectional Heuristic Search Reconsidered. J. Artif. Intell. Res. (JAIR) 7: 283-317 (1997)
1996
35 Gerhard Kainz, Hermann Kaindl: Dynamic Improvements of Heuristic Evaluations during Search. AAAI/IAAI, Vol. 1 1996: 311-317
34 Roland Steiner, Hermann Kaindl, Gerhard Kainz: Backjumping in State-Space Search. ECAI 1996: 395-402
33EEHermann Kaindl: How to Identify Binary Relations for Domain Models. ICSE 1996: 28-36
32 Hermann Kaindl: Using Hypertext for semiformal representation in requirements engineering practice. The New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia 2: 149-173 (1996)
1995
31 Gerhard Mehlsam, Hermann Kaindl, Wilhelm Barth: Feature Construction during Tree Learning. GOSLER Final Report 1995: 391-403
30 Hermann Kaindl, Gerhard Kainz, Angelika Leeb, Harald Smetana: How to Use Limited Memory in Heuristic Search. IJCAI 1995: 236-242
29 Hermann Kaindl: An approach to hypertext-based requirements specification and its application. INTERACT 1995: 354-357
28EEHermann Kaindl: An Integration of Scenarios with Their Purposes in Task Modeling. Symposium on Designing Interactive Systems 1995: 227-235
1994
27 Hermann Kaindl, Aliasghar Khorsand: Memory-Bounded Bidirectional Search. AAAI 1994: 1359-1364
26 Hermann Kaindl, Angelika Leeb, Harald Smetana: Improvements on Linear-Space Search Algorithms. ECAI 1994: 155-159
25 Christian Reiser, Hermann Kaindl: Case-Based Reasoning for Multi-Step Problems and Its Integration with Heuristic Search. EWCBR 1994: 113-125
24EEHermann Kaindl: Editorial: object-oriented approaches in artificial intelligence and human-computer interaction. Int. J. Hum.-Comput. Stud. 41(1-2): 1-3 (1994)
23EEMikael Holmesland Snaprud, Hermann Kaindl: Types and inheritance in hypertext. Int. J. Hum.-Comput. Stud. 41(1-2): 223-241 (1994)
22 Hermann Kaindl: Comparing object-oriented analysis with knowledge acquisition. OOPS Messenger 5(3): 1-5 (1994)
21 Dennis de Champeaux, Hermann Kaindl, Joachim Laubsch, Albert Schappert: Artificial intelligence for object-oriented software engineering. OOPS Messenger 5(4): 127-130 (1994)
1993
20 Andreas L. Köll, Hermann Kaindl: Bidirectional Best-First Search with Bounded Error: Summary of Results. IJCAI 1993: 217-223
1992
19 Andreas L. Köll, Hermann Kaindl: A New Approach to Dynamic Weighting. ECAI 1992: 16-17
18EEHermann Kaindl, Holger G. Ziegeler: Reasoning Types and AI Programming Paradigms. International Journal of Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering 2(1): 107-119 (1992)
17 Lorenz Lercher, Hermann Kaindl: Problems, Communication, and Common Sense. SIGART Bulletin 3(2): 15-19 (1992)
1991
16 Hermann Kaindl: Proc. 7th Austrian Conference on Artificial Intelligence, ÖGAI-91, Wien, 24.-27. September 1991 Springer 1991
15 Gerhard Mehlsam, Hermann Kaindl, Wilhelm Barth: Feature Construction during Tree Learning. GWAI 1991: 50-61
14EEHermann Kaindl, Mikael Holmesland Snaprud: Hypertext and Structured Object Representation: A Unifying View. Hypertext 1991: 345-358
13 Hermann Kaindl, Holger G. Ziegeler: HyperAuthor - An Authoring Tool Based on Hypertext. Hypertext/Hypermedia 1991: 156-163
12 Reza Shams, Hermann Kaindl, Helmut Horacek: Using Aspiration Windows for Minimax Algorithms. IJCAI 1991: 192-197
11 Hermann Kaindl, Mikael Holmesland Snaprud: Hypertext and Structured Object Representation: A Unifying View. Wissensbasierte Systeme 1991: 231-242
10EEHermann Kaindl, Reza Shams, Helmut Horacek: Minimax Search Algorithms With and Without Aspiration Windows. IEEE Trans. Pattern Anal. Mach. Intell. 13(12): 1225-1235 (1991)
1989
9 Helmut Horacek, Hermann Kaindl: An Outline of a New Algorithm for Game Tree Search. ÖGAI 1989: 171-176
8 Anton Scheucher, Hermann Kaindl: The Reason for the Benefits of Minimax Search. IJCAI 1989: 322-327
1988
7 Hermann Kaindl: Minimaxing: Theory and Practice. AI Magazine 9(3): 69-76 (1988)
6 Holger G. Ziegler, Hermann Kaindl: Synthese zweier Ansätze der Textverarbeitung. Angewandte Informatik 30(10): 449-454 (1988)
5EEHermann Kaindl: Portability of software. SIGPLAN Notices 23(6): 59-68 (1988)
1987
4 Helmut Horacek, Hermann Kaindl, Marcus Wagner: Probabilities in Game-Playing: Possible Meanings and Applications. ÖGAI 1987: 12-23
1986
3 Helmut Horacek, Hermann Kaindl, Marcus Wagner: Decision Making in Unclear Situations. GWAI 1986: 17-27
1985
2 Hermann Kaindl: What Happened with AI's Drosophila? ÖGAI 1985: 194-203
1983
1 Hermann Kaindl: Searching to Variable Depth in Computer Chess. IJCAI 1983: 760-762

Coauthor Index

1Luis Miguel Afonso [42]
2Edin Arnautovic [72] [73] [74] [75] [79] [80] [86] [88] [92]
3Andreas Auer [47] [69]
4Wilhelm Barth [15] [31]
5Daniel Bildhauer [82]
6Cristian Bogdan [74] [76] [77] [84] [86] [87] [92]
7Sjaak Brinkkemper [62]
8Janis A. Bubenko Jr. [62]
9John M. Carroll [46]
10Dennis de Champeaux [21]
11Larry L. Constantine [83]
12Papa Samba Niang Diallo [49]
13Gerald Ebner [56] [63]
14Dominik Ertl [92]
15Jürgen Falb [72] [73] [74] [75] [76] [77] [79] [80] [84] [85] [86] [87] [88] [92]
16Barbara Farbey [62]
17Johannes Fürnkranz [54]
18Sol J. Greenspan [62]
19Mario Hailing [66]
20Vahan Harput [66] [71]
21Constance L. Heitmeyer (Connie Heitmeyer) [62]
22Helmut Horacek [3] [4] [9] [10] [12] [74] [86] [92]
23Helmut Jelinek [72] [79] [80]
24Rudolf Jezek [60] [64]
25Robert Kacsich [41]
26Gerhard Kainz [30] [34] [35] [36] [37] [47] [57]
27Sevan Kavaldjian [76] [77] [86] [88] [92]
28Aliasghar Khorsand [27]
29Andreas L. Köll [19] [20]
30Stefan Kramer [39] [41] [42] [49] [54] [66] [67] [71]
31Joachim Laubsch [21]
32Angelika Leeb [26] [30]
33Julio Cesar Sampaio do Prado Leite [62]
34Lorenz Lercher [17]
35Oliver Lewis [52]
36Mike Mannion [48] [52] [59]
37Nancy R. Mead [62]
38Gerhard Mehlsam [15] [31]
39Gianluca Montroni [52]
40Kizito Ssamula Mukasa [81]
41John Mylopoulos [55] [62]
42Oscar Pastor [83]
43Bernhard Pfahringer [54]
44Roman Popp [72] [74] [75] [79] [80] [84] [86] [88] [92]
45Klaus Radda [47] [57]
46David Raneburger [88]
47Christian Reiser [25]
48Thomas Röck [72] [79] [80]
49Albert Schappert [21]
50Anton Scheucher [8] [40] [43]
51Stefan Schlee [39]
52Reza Shams [10] [12]
53Jawed I. A. Siddiqi [62]
54Harald Smetana [26] [30]
55Michal Smialek [82]
56Mikael Snaprud (Mikael Holmesland Snaprud) [11] [14] [23]
57Roland Steiner [34] [47]
58Alistair G. Sutcliffe [83]
59Alexander Szep [75] [86]
60Marcus Wagner [3] [4]
61Joe Wheadon [48] [52]
62Katharina Wolter [82]
63Holger G. Ziegeler [13] [18]
64Holger G. Ziegler [6]
65Didar Zowghi [83]

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