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- Rem Gensh, Alexander B. Romanovsky, Alex Yakovlev:
On structuring holistic fault tolerance. MODULARITY 2016: 130-133
- Christopher Preschern, Kurt Dietrich:
Structuring Modular Safety Software Certification by Using Common Criteria Concepts. EUROMICRO-SEAA 2012: 47-50
- Alexander Gruler, Michael Meisinger:
Fundamental Concepts for the Structuring of Functionality into Modular Parts. FSEN 2009: 463-470
- Michel P. Schellekens:
A modular calculus for the average cost of data structuring. Springer 2008, ISBN 978-0-387-73383-8, pp. I-XXIV, 1-246
- Timothy A. Place, Trond Lossius:
Jamoma: A Modular Standard for Structuring Patches in Max. ICMC 2006
- Fernando Orejas:
Structuring and Modularity. Algebraic Foundations of Systems Specification 1999: 159-200
- Santosh K. Shrivastava, Daniel L. McCue:
Structuring Fault-Tolerant Object Systems for Modularity in a Distributed Environment. IEEE Trans. Parallel Distrib. Syst. 5(4): 421-432 (1994)
- Cornelis A. Middelburg:
Modular Structuring of VDM Specifications in VVSL. Formal Asp. Comput. 4(1): 13-47 (1992)
- Marie-Claude Gaudel:
Structuring and Modularizing Algebraic Specifications: The PLUSS Specification Language, Evolutions and Perspectives. STACS 1992: 3-18
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