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Developing and managing software is always on the move. Continuously growing complexity and shortened development cycles require high flexibility, new ideas and the courage to challenge traditional approaches. This is what we aim at in our research projects and in our teaching courses. Together with our industrial and research partners, we develop, evaluate and implement new methods and solutions to support practitioners in dealing with software engineering todays challenges.
Teaching and training of students in topics around software engineering is also our main concern. We offer lectures, seminars and practical courses in real projects and with real customers, following a learning by doing approach. Our students can prepare themselves for professional life, gain much theoretical and practical knowledge and have a lot of fun.

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    UNICASE is a CASE-tool that supports modeling artifacts of a software engineering project, such as components and tasks. All artifacts in UNICASE are part of one unified model, and we refer to them as model elements. UNICASE provides an initial set o...

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