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Technology Transfer Concepts

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In software engineering, transferring innovative concepts, techniques and methods into the practice of existing organizations is an expensive and complex task. This chapter gives an overview on the transfer of the SPES XT modeling framework to different organization.

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Bandyszak, T., Diebold, P., Heuer, A., Kuhn, T., Vetrò, A., Weyer, T. (2016). Technology Transfer Concepts. In: Pohl, K., Broy, M., Daembkes, H., Hönninger, H. (eds) Advanced Model-Based Engineering of Embedded Systems. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-48003-9_13

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