Sébastien Mosser
Sébastien Mosser
Associate Professor of Software Engineering, McMaster University
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Modaclouds: A model-driven approach for the design and execution of applications on multiple clouds
D Ardagna, E Di Nitto, P Mohagheghi, S Mosser, C Ballagny, F D'Andria, ...
2012 4th International Workshop on Modeling in Software Engineering (MISE …, 2012
An architecture to support the collection of big data in the internet of things
C Cecchinel, M Jimenez, S Mosser, M Riveill
2014 IEEE World congress on services, 442-449, 2014
Towards a domain-specific language to deploy applications in the clouds
Cloud computing 2012, 225, 2012
Towards CloudML, a model-based approach to provision resources in the clouds
E Brandtzæg, S Mosser, P Mohagheghi
8th European conference on modelling foundations and applications (ECMFA), 18-27, 2012
Using multiple feature models to design applications for mobile phones
C Quinton, S Mosser, C Parra, L Duchien
Proceedings of the 15th International Software Product Line Conference …, 2011
Concern-oriented language development (COLD): Fostering reuse in language engineering
B Combemale, J Kienzle, G Mussbacher, O Barais, E Bousse, W Cazzola, ...
Computer Languages, Systems & Structures 54, 139-155, 2018
Sensapp as a reference platform to support cloud experiments: From the internet of things to the internet of services
S Mosser, F Fleurey, B Morin, F Chauvel, A Solberg, I Goutier
2012 14th International Symposium on Symbolic and Numeric Algorithms for …, 2012
Sensor data visualisation: A composition-based approach to support domain variability
I Logre, S Mosser, P Collet, M Riveill
European conference on modelling foundations and applications, 101-116, 2014
Using constraint-based optimization and variability to support continuous self-adaptation
C Parra, D Romero, S Mosser, R Rouvoy, L Duchien, L Seinturier
Proceedings of the 27th Annual ACM Symposium on Applied Computing, 486-491, 2012
SPLEMMA: A generic framework for controlled-evolution of software product lines
D Romero, S Urli, C Quinton, M Blay-Fornarino, P Collet, L Duchien, ...
Proceedings of the 17th International Software Product Line Conference co …, 2013
Web services orchestrations evolution: A merge process for behavioral evolution
S Mosser, M Blay-Fornarino, M Riveill
European Conference on Software Architecture, 35-49, 2008
Workflow design using fragment composition
S Mosser, M Blay-Fornarino, R France
Transactions on Aspect-Oriented Software Development VII, 200-233, 2010
Using composite feature models to support agile software product line evolution
S Urli, M Blay-Fornarino, P Collet, S Mosser
Proceedings of the 6th International Workshop on Models and Evolution, 21-26, 2012
Using feature model to build model transformation chains
V Aranega, A Etien, S Mosser
International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems …, 2012
From aspect-oriented requirements models to aspect-oriented business process design models: an iterative and concern-driven approach for software engineering
S Mosser, G Mussbacher, M Blay-Fornarino, D Amyot
Proceedings of the tenth international conference on Aspect-oriented …, 2011
Managing a software ecosystem using a multiple software product line: a case study on digital signage systems
S Urli, M Blay-Fornarino, P Collet, S Mosser, M Riveill
2014 40th EUROMICRO Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced …, 2014
From sensors to visualization dashboards: need for language composition
S Mosser, I Logre, N Ferry, P Collet
Globalization of Modeling Languages workshop (GeMOC'13), 2013
Behavioral Compositions in Service Oriented Architecture
S Mosser
Université Nice Sophia Antipolis, 2010
Opportunities in intelligent modeling assistance
G Mussbacher, B Combemale, J Kienzle, S Abrahão, H Ali, N Bencomo, ...
Software and Systems Modeling 19 (5), 1045-1053, 2020
A visual support for decomposing complex feature models
S Urli, A Bergel, M Blay-Fornarino, P Collet, S Mosser
2015 IEEE 3rd Working Conference on Software Visualization (VISSOFT), 76-85, 2015
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