TU BRAUNSCHWEIG

Matthias Hagner

Diplom-Ingenieur (Dipl.-Ing.)

Technische Universität Braunschweig
Institut für Programmierung und Reaktive Systeme
Mühlenpfordtstr. 23 (R 209b)
38106 Braunschweig

Postfach 3329
38023 Braunschweig

Telefon: +49 531/391-7466 (Sekretariat)

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  • Benjamin Mensing, Carsten Stechert, Matthias Hagner, Jafet Sanchez Ruelas, Ursula Goltz, Thomas Vietor.
    Supporting design decisions in interdisciplinary product development
    International Association of Societies of Design Research Conference 2013 (IASDR), Tokyo, Japan 2013
  • Franz Dietrich, Jochen Maaß, Matthias Hagner, Jens Steiner, Ursula Goltz, Annika Raatz 
    Dynamic Distribution of Robot Control Components under Hard Realtime Constraints - Modelling, Experimental Results and Practical Considerations
    Journal of Systems Architecture, Elsevier, 2013, Ausgabe Accepted for publication, Seite 0-0, 2013 
  • Lukas Märtin, Maxim Schatalov, Matthias Hagner, Ursula Goltz, Olaf Maibaum
    A Methodology for Model-based Development and Automated Verification of Software for Aerospace Systems
    34th IEEE Aerospace Conference, Big Sky, Montana, 2013 
  • Matthias Hagner, Stefan Kolatzki
    UML-Based Thermal Analysis of Real-Time Embedded Systems
    Power, Energy, and Temperature Aware Real-Time Systems, 33rd IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 2012 
  • Matthias Hagner, Ursula Goltz
    A Methodology for Scheduling Analysis Based on UML Development Models
    Embedded Systems - Theory and Design Methodology, ISBN 978-953-51-0167-3, InTech, March, 2012, pdf
  • Matthias Hagner, Adina Aniculaesei, Ursula Goltz
    UML-Based Analysis of Power Consumption for Real-Time Embedded Systems
    8th IEEE International Conference on Embedded Software and Systems (IEEE ICESS-11) Changsha, China, 2011, IEEE Xplore
  • Carsten Stechert, Matthias Hagner, Thomas Vietor, Ursula Goltz
    Requirements Management from an Interdisciplinary Point of View
    International Association of Societies of Design Research Conference 2011 (IASDR), Delft, Netherlands 2011
  • Matthias Hagner, Ursula Goltz
    Integration of Scheduling Analysis into UML Based Development Processes Through Model Transformation
    5th International Workshop on Real Time Software (RTS'10) at IMCSIT’10, 2010, IEEE Xplore
  • Jens Steiner, Karsten Diethers, Matthias Hagner, Ursula Goltz
    Model Based Quality Assurance for a Robotic Software Architecture
    Robot Systems for Handling and Assembly, Springer, 2010, 379-396, Springer Link
  • Matthias Hagner, Michaela Huhn, Axel Zechner
    Timing Analysis Using The MARTE Profile In The Design Of Rail Automation Systems
    4th European Congress on Embedded Realtime Software (ERTS 08), 2008, Mendeley
  • Matthias Hagner, Michaela Huhn
    Tool Support for a Scheduling Analysis View
    MARTE workshop at DATE'08, 2008, pdf
  • Jens Steiner, Ana Amado, Ursula Goltz, Matthias Hagner, Michaela Huhn
    Engineering Self-Management into a Robot Control System
    Proceedings of 3rd International Colloquium of the Collaborative Research Center 562, 2008, Mendeley
  • Matthias Hagner, Michaela Huhn
    Modellierung und Analyse von Zeitanforderungen basierend auf der UML
    GI Jahrestagung, Automotive Software Engineering Workshop , LNI, 110, 2007, 531-535, pdf
  • Matthias Hagner, Michaela Huhn, Axel Zechner
    Ansätze zur effizienten Analyse von Qualitätsattributen im modellbasierten Entwurf in der Bahn-Domäne 
    Software Engineering Conference, Hamburg , 2007, pdf
  • Jens Steiner, Matthias Hagner
    Runtime Analysis of a Self-Adaptive Hard Real-Time Robotic Control System
    Proceedings of 4th IEEE Workshop on Engineering of Autonomic and Autonomous Systems (EASe 2007), 2007, 53-60, IEEE Xplore
  • Jens Steiner, Matthias Hagner, Ursula Goltz
    Runtime Analysis and Adaptation of a Hard Real-Time Robotic Control System

    Journal of Computers (JCP), 2, 10, 2007, 18-27, CiteSeer

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