Antonino Sabetta
Antonino Sabetta
SAP Security Research
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Filling the gap between design and performance/reliability models of component-based systems: A model-driven approach
V Grassi, R Mirandola, A Sabetta
Journal of Systems and Software 80 (4), 528-558, 2007
1322007
From design to analysis models: a kernel language for performance and reliability analysis of component-based systems
V Grassi, R Mirandola, A Sabetta
Proceedings of the 5th international workshop on Software and performance, 25-36, 2005
1152005
A UML profile to model mobile systems
V Grassi, R Mirandola, A Sabetta
International Conference on the Unified Modeling Language, 128-142, 2004
632004
Impact assessment for vulnerabilities in open-source software libraries
H Plate, SE Ponta, A Sabetta
2015 IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance and Evolutioná…, 2015
542015
KLAPER: An Intermediate Language for Model-Driven Predictive Analysis of Performance and Reliability
V Grassi, R Mirandola, E Randazzo, A Sabetta
The common component modeling example, 327-356, 2008
492008
A model-driven approach to performability analysis of dynamically reconfigurable component-based systems
V Grassi, R Mirandola, A Sabetta
Proceedings of the 6th international workshop on Software and performanceá…, 2007
482007
Towards a model-driven infrastructure for runtime monitoring
A Bertolino, A Calabrˇ, F Lonetti, A Di Marco, A Sabetta
Software Engineering for Resilient Systems, 130-144, 2011
472011
Connect challenges: Towards emergent connectors for eternal networked systems
V Issarny, B Steffen, B Jonsson, G Blair, P Grace, M Kwiatkowska, ...
2009 14th IEEE International Conference on Engineering of Complex Computerá…, 2009
462009
Vulnerable open source dependencies: Counting those that matter
I Pashchenko, H Plate, SE Ponta, A Sabetta, F Massacci
Proceedings of the 12th ACM/IEEE International Symposium on Empiricalá…, 2018
442018
Beyond Metadata: Code-centric and Usage-based Analysis of Known Vulnerabilities in Open-source Software
SE Ponta, H Plate, A Sabetta
ICSME 2018, 2018
432018
A practical approach to the automatic classification of security-relevant commits
A Sabetta, M Bezzi
2018 IEEE International conference on software maintenance and evolutioná…, 2018
352018
Glimpse: a generic and flexible monitoring infrastructure
A Bertolino, A Calabr˛, F Lonetti, A Sabetta
Proceedings of the 13th European Workshop on Dependable Computing, 73-78, 2011
322011
A manually-curated dataset of fixes to vulnerabilities of open-source software
SE Ponta, H Plate, A Sabetta, M Bezzi, C Dangremont
2019 IEEE/ACM 16th International Conference on Mining Software Repositoriesá…, 2019
292019
Yet another meta-model to specify non-functional properties
A Di Marco, C Pompilio, A Bertolino, A Calabr˛, F Lonetti, A Sabetta
Proceedings of the International Workshop on Quality Assurance for Serviceá…, 2011
292011
Is my model right? Let me ask the expert
A Bertolino, G De Angelis, A Di Sandro, A Sabetta
Journal of Systems and Software 84 (7), 1089-1099, 2011
292011
Scaling up SLA monitoring in pervasive environments
A Bertolino, G De Angelis, A Sabetta, S Elbaum
International workshop on Engineering of software services for pervasiveá…, 2007
282007
A model transformation approach for the early performance and reliability analysis of component-based systems
V Grassi, R Mirandola, A Sabetta
International Symposium on Component-Based Software Engineering, 270-284, 2006
252006
UML based modeling and performance analysis of mobile systems
V Grassi, R Mirandola, A Sabetta
Proceedings of the 7th ACM international Symposium on Modeling, Analysis andá…, 2004
252004
Abstraction-raising transformation for generating analysis models
A Sabetta, DC Petriu, V Grassi, R Mirandola
International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systemsá…, 2005
242005
Performance analysis of aspect-oriented UML models
DC Petriu, H Shen, A Sabetta
Software & Systems Modeling 6 (4), 453-471, 2007
212007
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