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Viktar Beliautsou and Aleksandra Fedorova:
Development of Torque Vectoring Controller Tuned with Neural Networks.
Part of the book series: Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering, Springer International Publishing, First Online: 06 August 2022.
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Sascha Schmidt and Armin Zimmermann:
Model-Based Reliability Engineering of Automotive Drivetrain Architectures With Multi-Trajectory Simulation.
16th Probabilistic Safety Assessment & Management 2022 (PSAM16), July 2022, Honolulu, USA.
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Maximilian Hammer:
Visualizing, Analyzing and Optimizing Automotive Architecture Models using Sirius.
Presentation at SiriusCon Online Conference on Graphical Modeling 2022 (SiriusCon2022), Obeo, France, June 2022.
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Ralph Maschotta, Ndongmo Silatsa, Tino Jungebloud, Maximilian Hammer und Armin Zimmermann:
An OCL Implementation for Model-Driven Engineering of C++.
In: Lee, R. (eds) Software Engineering Research, Management and Applications. Part of the book series: Studies in Computational Intelligence, Springer, outcome of SERA 2022: International Conference on Software Engineering Research and Applications, May 25-27, 2022, Las Vegas, USA, ISBN: 978-3-031-09144-5.

Aleksandra Fedorova, Viktar Beliautsou and Armin Zimmermann:
Colored Petri Net Modelling and Evaluation of Drone Inspection Methods for Distribution Networks.
Sensors 2022, 3418 (Special Issue "Multi-Unmanned Aerial Vehicle for Autonomous Transportation"), 29. April 2022.
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Christian Ebner, Kirill Gorelik, Marcel Maier, Rainer Walter und Christian Thulfaut:
Model-based design and evaluation of future fail-operational electric drivetrains.
22. Internationales Stuttgarter Symposium Automobil und Motorentechnik, Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden, März 2022.

A. Zimmermann, T. Hotz, V. Hädicke, and M. Friebe:
Analysis of Safety-Critical Cloud Architectures with Multi-Trajectory Simulation.
68th Reliability & Maintainability Symposium (RAMS 2022), January 2022, Tucson, Arizona.
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