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Van Rysselberghe, F, Demeyer S.  2004.  
Studying Software Evolution Information By Visualizing the Change History.
Proceedings {ICSM}'04 (International Conference on Software Maintenance). :328-337. Abstract
Van Rysselberghe, F, Demeyer S.  2003.  
Studying Software Evolution using Clone Detection.
Proceedings WOOR'03 (ECOOP'03 Workshop on Object-Oriented Re-engineering). :71-75.
Soetens, QD, Demeyer S.  2010.  
Studying the Effect of Refactorings: a Complexity Metrics Perspective.
QUATIC 2010: The 7th International Conference on Quality in Information and Communications Technology. Abstract
Lamkanfi, A, Demeyer S.  2010.  
Studying the Co-evolution of Application Code and Test Cases.
Proceedings BENEVOL'2010 (The 9th BElgian-NEtherlands software eVOLution seminar).
Kühne, T, Mezei G, Syriani E, Vangheluwe H, Wimmer M.  2009.  
Systematic Transformation Development.
Electronic Communications of the EASST. 21: Multi-Paradigm Modeling
Keller, A, Schippers H, Demeyer S.  2009.  
Supporting Inconsistency Resolution through Predictive Change Impact Analysis.
MODELS Workshop on Model-Driven Engineering, Verification, and Validation (MoDeVVa2009). Abstract
Ebraert, P, Schippers H, Molderez T, Janssens D.  2010.  
Safely Updating Running Software: Tranquility at the object level.
7th Workshop on Reflection, AOP and Meta-data for Software Evolution (RAM-SE), co-located with ECOOP 2010.
Dingel, J, Lúcio L, Vangheluwe H, Varró D.  2012.  
Summary of the First Workshop on the Analysis of Model Transformations.
Proceedings of the First Workshop on the Analysis of Model Transformations. :1–2.
Amaral, V, Hardebolle C, Vangheluwe H, Lengyel L, Bunus P.  2011.  
Summary of the Workshop on Multi-Paradigm Modelling: Concepts and Tools.
Models in Software Engineering - Workshops and Symposia at MODELS 2011, Wellington, New Zealand, Reports and Revised Selected Papers. 7167:83-88.