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ECEASST is a fully refereed journal and provides a forum for practitioners, educators and researchers for disseminating innovative research in the area of software and system technology. The journal is intended as a medium which rapidly publishes conference and workshop proceedings, provided that all contributions are original and peer reviewed. ECEASST is an open access on-line journal, i.e. it provides unlimited access to all contributions which are published electronically only. In this way, ECEASST provides full-text access to all papers and supports the provision of fast and broad feedback to published work.

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Scope of this journal

The scope of ECEASST is Software Science and Technology as in EASST (European Association of Software Science and Technology), which includes all aspects related to the systematic and rigorous engineering of software and systems. This journal is meant to present primary results achieved in this field. Being primarily a medium for publishing proceedings of conferences and workshops on EASST-related topics, such as the satellite events of ETAPS and further EASST-supported conferences, this journal shall also be opened up for special issues on specific topics.

Editorial Team

Managing Editors:

  • Falk Maria Howar, TU Dortmund, Germany
  • Anna-Lena Lamprecht, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

Editorial Board:

  • Maura Cerioli, DISI - Dipartimento di Informatica e Scienze dell'Informazione, L'Università di Genova, Italy
  • Antonio Cerone, IMT Institute for Advanced Studies, Lucca, Italy
  • Jose Fiadeiro, University of Leicester, United Kingdom
  • Marie-Claude Gaudel, Université de Paris-Sud, France
  • Kurt Geihs, Universität Kassel, Germany
  • Susanne Graf, VERIMAG, France
  • Reiko Heckel, University of Leicester, United Kingdom
  • Michael G. Hinchey, Lero - The Irish Software Research Centre, University of Limerick, Ireland
  • Heinrich Hussmann, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany
  • Jens Knoop, TU Wien, Austria
  • Tiziana Margaria, Lero - The Irish Software Research Centre, University of Limerick, Ireland
  • Julia Padberg, HAW Hamburg, Germany
  • Fernando Orejas, Technical University of Catalonia, Spain
  • Andrzej Tarlecki, Warsaw University, Poland
Guest Editors

You are chairing a conference or workshop and want to publish the proceedings in ECEASST? Please contact us by email to eceasst@ub.tu-berlin.de. Please explain your ideas and send the Call for Papers for your event including information about the subject, kind of submissions, review process, programm committee, and time schedule. Note that we require our guest editors to conform to the guideline for editors that has been developed by Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and that the review process must be based on blind or double-blind peer reviews.

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ECEASST does not charge any fees for submission and article processing.

Publication ethics and publication malpractice statement

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Volume 80: Conference on Networked Systems 2021 (NetSys 2021)

Table of Contents

Preface

Preface and Table of Contents
Mathias Fischer, Winfried Lamersdorf
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Articles

Yevhenii Shudrenko, Daniel Plöger, Koojana Kuladinithi, Andreas Timm-Giel
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Kashyap Thimmaraju, Björn Scheuermann
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Daniel Friesel, Olaf Spinczyk
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Stefan Geissler, Stanislav Lange, Tobias Hossfeld, Phuoc Tran-Gia
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Julian Zobel, Niklas Stöhr, Ralf Kundel, Patrick Lieser, Ralf Steinmetz
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Lucas de Sousa Pacheco, Denis Rosário, Eduadro Cerqueira, Torsten Braun
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Marco Häberle, Benjamin Steinert, Michael Menth
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Andres Marin-Lopez, Patricia Arias-Cabarcos, Thorsten Strufe, Gabriel Barceló-Soteras, Florina Almenares-Mendoza, Daniel Díaz-Sánchez
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Fabian Marquardt, Lennart Buhl
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Sanaz Afzali, Asanga Udugama, Anna Förster, Mathias Fischer
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Aliyu Makama, Koojana Kuladinithi, Musab Eltayeb Ahmed Ahmed, Andreas Timm-Giel
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Paul Walther, Markus Richter, Thorsten Strufe
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Martin Byrenheid, Stefanie Roos, Thorsten Strufe
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Tobias Hardes, Clemens Boos, Christoph Sommer
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Christoph Döpmann, Felix Fiedler, Sergio Lucia, Florian Tschorsch
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Lars-Christian Schulz, David Hausheer
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Ralf Kundel, Paul Stiegele, Dat Tran, Julian Zobel, Osama Abboud, Rhaban Hark, Ralf Steinmetz
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Leonard Bradatsch, Frank Kargl, Oleksandr Miroshkin
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Fatemeh Akbarian, William Tärneberg, Emma Fitzgerald, Maria Kihl
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William Tärneberg, Martin Gunnarsson, Maria Kihl, Christian Gehrmann
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Maik Basso, Alexey Vinel, Edison Pignaton de Freitas
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Daniel Stolpmann, Andreas Timm-Giel
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Matthias Frank
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Jens Dede, Daniel Helms, Anna Förster
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Jens Dede, Asanga Udugama, Anna Förster
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Heiko Bornholdt, David Jost, Philipp Kisters, Michel Rottleuthner, Sehrish Shafeeq, Winfried Lamersdorf, Thomas C. Schmidt, Mathias Fischer
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Sebastian Reuter, Jens Hiller, Jan Pennekamp, Andriy Panchenko, Klaus Wehrle
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Yamani Dalpathadu, Showry Thumma, Asanga Udugama, Anna Förster
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Thorben Krüger, David Hausheer
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Yasin Alhamwy
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Christoph Funda, Kai-Steffen Hielscher, Reinhard German
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August See
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David Monschein, Oliver Waldhorst
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Jens Wettlaufer
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Zikai George Zhou, Wolfgang Kellerer
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Daniel Spiekermann, Jörg Keller
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Victor Mayoral-Vilches, Alfonso Glera-Picón, Unai Ayúcar-Carbajo, Stefan Rass, Martin Pinzger, Federico Maggi, Endika Gil-Uriarte
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Ahmed M. Elmisery, Mirela Sertovic
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Aditya Tyagi, Razieh Nokhbeh Zaeem, K. Suzanne Barber
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Salil Sharma, Ehab Al-Khannaq, Raphael Riebl, Wouter Schakel, Peter Knoppers, Alexander Verbraeck, Hans van Lint
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Quentin Delooz, Andreas Festag, Alexey Vinel
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Martin Cooney, Eric Järpe, Alexey Vinel
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Patrick Krämer, Andreas Blenk
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Hassan Fawaz, Djamal Zeghlache, Tran Anh Quang Pham, Jérémie Leguay, Paolo Medagliani
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Sebastian Lindner, Daniel Stolpmann, Andreas Timm-Giel
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Yassin Alkhalili, Jannis Weil, anam tahir, Tobias Meuser, Boris Koldehofe, Andreas Mauthe, Heinz Koeppl, Ralf Steinmetz
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Katharina Dietz, Michael Mühlhauser, Michael Seufert, Nicholas Gray, Tobias Hoßfeld, Dominik Herrmann
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Daniil Romanchenko, Matis Tartie, Ba Que Le, Jorge Torres Gómez, Falko Dressler
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