1. Friedrich Steimann: A Simply Numbered Lambda Calculus, in Eelco Visser Commemorative Symposium 2023: 24:1-24:12
  2. Ralf Lämmel; Peter D. Mosses; Friedrich Steimann: Eelco Visser Commemorative Symposium, EVCS 2023, April 5, 2023, Delft, The Netherlands, OASIcs 109, Schloss Dagstuhl - Leibniz-Zentrum für Informatik 2023, ISBN 978-3-95977-267-9
  3. Friedrich Steimann; Robert Clarisó; Martin Gogolla: OCL Rebuilt, From the Ground Up, in 2023 ACM/IEEE 26th International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems (MODELS)


  1. Friedrich Steimann: Containerless Plurals: Separating Number from Type in Object-Oriented Programming, in ACM Trans. Program. Lang. Syst. 44(4): 21:1-21:56 (2022)
  2. Friedrich Steimann; Marius Freitag: The Semantics of Plurals, in SLE 2022: 36-54


  1. Friedrich Steimann: Constraint-Based Refactoring, in ACM Trans. Program. Lang. Syst. 40(1): 2:1-2:40 (2018)
  2. Friedrich Steimann: Fatal abstraction, in Proceedings of the 2018 ACM SIGPLAN International Symposium on New Ideas, New Paradigms, and Reflections on Programming and Software, Onward! 2018, Boston, MA, USA, November 7-8, 2018
  3. David J. Pearce; Tanja Mayerhofer; Friedrich Steimann: Proceedings of the 11th ACM SIGPLAN International Conference on Software Language Engineering, SLE 2018, Boston, MA, USA, November 05-06, 2018, ACM 2018, ISBN 978-1-4503-6029-6 [contents]


  1. Friedrich Steimann; Jörg Hagemann; Bastian Ulke: "Computing Repair Alternatives for Malformed Programs using Constraint Attribute Grammars", in OOPSLA 2016 Proceedings of the 2016 ACM SIGPLAN International Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages, and Applications Pages 711-730


  1. Friedrich Steimann: "From well-formedness to meaning preservation: model refactoring for almost free", in Software and System Modeling 14(1): 307-320
  2. Friedrich Steimann: "None, One, Many - What's the Difference, Anyhow?", in 1st Summit on Advances in Programming Languages (SNAPL), Leibniz International Proceedings in Informatics (LIPIcs) 13 (2015) 294—308.
  3. John Brant; Friedrich Steimann: "Trust Must Be Earned", in IEEE Softw. 32(6): 80-83 (2015)
  4. Friedrich Steimann: Refactoring Tools and Their Kin, in GTTSE 2015: 179-214


  1. Wolfgang Högerle; Friedrich Steimann; Marcus Frenkel: "More Debugging in Parallel", in 25th IEEE International Symposium on Software Reliability Engineering (ISSRE) (2014), Pages 133-143
  2. Friedrich Steimann; Jesper Öqvist; Görel Hedin: "Multitudes of Objects: First Implementation and Case Study for Java", in The Journal of Object Technology, Volume 13, no. 5 (September 2014), Pages 1:1-33
  3. Gunter Mussbacher; Daniel Amyot; Ruth Breu; Jean-Michel Bruel; Betty H.C. Cheng; Philippe Collet; Benoit Combemale; Robert B. France; Rogardt Heldal; James Hill; örg Kienzle; Matthias Schöttle; Friedrich Steimann; Dave Stikkolorum; Jon Whittle: "The Relevance of Model-Driven Engineering Thirty Years from Now", in Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems (MoDELS), 17th International Conference (2014), Pages 183-200
  4. Andreas Thies: Constraintbasierte Refaktorisierung von Deklarationen in Java, Dissertation (FernUniversität in Hagen, 2014)
  5. Barrett R. Bryant; Jean-Marc Jézéquel; Ralf Lämmel; Marjan Mernik; Martin Schindler; Friedrich Steimann; Juha-Pekka Tolvanen; Antonio Vallecillo; Markus Völter: Globalized Domain Specific Language Engineering., in Globalizing Domain-Specific Languages 2014: 43-69


  1. Friedrich Steimann: "Befactoring: preserving non-functional properties under behavioural change", in WRT @ SPLASH (2013), Pages 21-24
  2. Friedrich Steimann: "Content over container: Object-oriented programming with multiplicities", in Proc. of Onward!/SPLASH (2013), Pages 173-186
  3. Mary Jean Harrold; Friedrich Steimann; Frank Tip; Andreas Zeller: "Fault Prediction, Localization, and Repair", Dagstuhl Report 13061, Pages 1-21 (2013)
  4. Friedrich Steimann: "From well-formedness to meaning preservation: Model refactoring for almost free", in Software and Systems Modeling
  5. Friedrich Steimann; Bastian Ulke: "Generic Model Assist", in Proc. of MoDELS (2013), Pages 18-34
  6. Jens von Pilgrim; Bastian Ulke; Andreas Thies; Friedrich Steimann: "Model/Code Co-Refactoring: An MDE Approach", in 28th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Automated Software Engineering (ASE) (2013), Pages 682-687
  7. Bastian Ulke; Friedrich Steimann: "OCL as a Constraint Generation Language", in 13th International Workshop on OCL, Model Constraint and Query Languages (OCL 2013) @ MoDELS (2013), Pages 93-102
  8. Friedrich Steimann; Marcus Frenkel; Rui Abreu: "Threats to the Validity and Value of Empirical Assessments of the Accuracy of Coverage-Based Fault Locators" , in ISSTA (2013), Pages 314-324


  1. Max Schäfer; Andreas Thies; Friedrich Steimann; Frank Tip: "A Comprehensive Approach to Naming and Accessibility in Refactoring Java Programs", in IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (2012), 1233-1257
  2. Friedrich Steimann; Jens von Pilgrim: "Constraint-Based Refactoring with Foresight", in Proc of ECOOP (2012) LNCS 7313, pp. 535-559.
  3. Friedrich Steimann; Marcus Frenkel: "Improving coverage-based localization of multiple faults using algorithms from Integer Linear Programming", in 23rd IEEE International Symposium on Software Reliability Engineering (ISSRE) (2012), 121-130
  4. Andreas Thies; Eric Bodden: "RefaFlex: Safer Refactorings for Reflective Java Programs", in Proceedings of the 21th International Symposium on Software Testing and Analysis (ISSTA) 2012, 1-11 (ACM SIGSOFT Distinguished Paper Award)
  5. Friedrich Steimann; Jens von Pilgrim: "Refactorings without names", in 27th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Automated Software Engineering (ASE)(2012) 290-293


  1. Friedrich Steimann; Christian Kollee; Jens von Pilgrim: "A Refactoring Constraint Language and its Application to Eiffel", in ECOOP (2011) 255-280.
  2. Friedrich Steimann: "Constraint-Based Model Refactoring", in Jon Whittle, Tony Clark, Thomas Kuehne (Eds): Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems, 14th International Conference (2011) 440-454.
  3. Friedrich Steimann; Fabian Urs Stolz: "Refactoring to Role Objects", in Proc. of ICSE (2011) 441-450.


  1. Thomas Pawlitzki; Friedrich Steimann: "Implicit invocation of traits", in Proceedings of the 2006 ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (2010) 2087-2091.
  2. Friedrich Steimann: "Korrekte Refaktorisierungen: Der Bau von Refaktorisierungswerkzeugen als eigenständige Disziplin" , in OBJEKTspektrum 4 (2010) 24–29.
  3. Andreas Thies; Christian Roth: "Recommending Rename Refactorings", in 2nd International Workshop on Recommendation Systems for Software Engineering (RSSE) @ ICSE (2010) 1-5
  4. Guido Boella; Erik Meijer; David J Pearce; Friedrich Steimann; Frank Tip: "Relationships, Objects, Roles, and Queries in Modern Programming Languages", Dagstuhl Seminar Proceedings 10152 (2010).
  5. Friedrich Steimann; Thomas Pawlitzki; Sven Apel; Christian Kästner: "Types and modularity for implicit invocation with implicit announcement", in ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology 20:1 (2010).
  6. Friedrich Steimann; Andreas Thies: From behaviour preservation to behaviour modification: constraint-based mutant generation, in ICSE (1) 2010: 425-434


  1. Friedrich Steimann; Andreas Thies: "From Public to Private to Absent: Refactoring Java Programs under Constrained Accessibility" , in ECOOP 2009 419-443.
  2. Friedrich Steimann; Mario Bertschler: „A simple coverage-based locator for multiple faults“, in Proc. of IEEE International Conference on Software Testing Verification and Validation (ICST) 366-375


  1. Friedrich Steimann: "Role + counter-role = relationship + collaboration", in Workshop on Relationships and Associations in Object-Oriented Languages @ OOPSLA (2008).
  2. Philipp Bouillon; Eric Großkinsky; Friedrich Steimann: Controlling accessibility in agile projects with the Access Modifier Modifier, in Proc. of TOOLS (2008)
  3. Thomas Kühne; Wolfgang Reisig; Friedrich Steimann (Hrsg): Modellierung 2008, Proceedings, LNI 127 (2008)
  4. Hannes Kegel; Friedrich Steimann: Systematically refactoring inheritance to delegation in Java, in ICSE (2008) 431-440
  5. Friedrich Steimann; Thomas Eichstädt-Engelen; Martin Schaaf: Towards raising the failure of unit tests to the level of compiler errors, in TOOLS (2008)


  1. Guido Boella; Friedrich Steimann: "Roles and relationships in object-oriented programming, multiagent systems and ontologies", in (Workshop Reader) ECOOP Workshops (2007) 108–122.
  2. P. Bouillon; J. Krinke ; N. Mayer ; Friedrich Steimann: EzUnit: A Framework for associating failed unit tests with potential programming errors, in G Concas et al. (Hrsg) 8th International Conference on Agile Processes in Software Engineering and eXtreme Programming (XP) Springer LNCS 4536 (2007) 101–104
  3. Friedrich Steimann; T. Kühne: Piecewise modelling with state subtypes, in G Engels, B Opdyke, DC Schmidt, F Weil (Hrsg) UML/MoDELS 2007: Proceedings of the 11th International Conference LNCS 4735 (2007) 181–195
  4. Friedrich Steimann: The Infer Type refactoring and its use for interface-based programming, in Journal of Object Technology 6:2 (2007) 67–89
  5. Friedrich Steimann: The role data model revisited, in Applied Ontology 2 (2007) 89–103
  6. Friedrich Steimann; P. Mayer: Type Access Analysis: Towards informed interface design, in Technology of Object-Oriented Languages and Systems — TOOLS Europe (2007); also to appear in: Journal of Object Technology (October 2007) 147–164


  1. Florian Forster ; Friedrich Steimann: AOP and the antinomy of the liar, in Workshop on the Foundations of Aspect-Oriented Languages (FOAL) @ AOSD (2006) 47-56
  2. Eric Bodden; Florian Forster; Friedrich Steimann: Avoiding Infinite Recursion with Stratified Aspects, in @Net.Object Days 2006, Erfurt, In: GI-Edition Lecture Notes in Informatics 'NODe 2006/GSEM 2006', Robert Hirschfeld, Andreas Polze and Ryszard Kowalczyk (Hrsg.) , 49-64
  3. Friedrich Steimann; Philip Mayer; Andreas Meißner: Decoupling classes with inferred interfaces, in erscheint in: Proceedings of the 2006 ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC) (ACM 2006) 1404-1408
  4. Jörg Roth: Novel Architectures for Location-based Services, in Annual Meeting for Information Technology & Computer Science, 7. Juli 2004, Stuttgart, 5-8
  5. Ursula Scheben: Simplifying and Unifying Composition for Industrial Component Models, Dissertation (FernUniversität in Hagen, 2006)
  6. Jörg Roth: The Role of Semantic Locations for Mobile Information Access, in Mobiles Informationsmanagement und seine Anwendungen, 22. Sept. 2005, Bonn, Proceedings der 35. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Informatik, Band 2, 538-542
  7. Friedrich Steimann; Heribert Vollmer: „Exploiting practical limitations of UML diagrams for model validation and execution“, in Journal on Software & Systems Modeling 5:1 (2006) 26-47
  8. Friedrich Steimann: „The paradoxical success of aspect-oriented programming“, in OOPSLA '06, Proceedings of the 21st Annual ACM SIGPLAN Conference on Object-Oriented Programming Languages, Systems, and Applications (2006) 481–497
  9. Friedrich Steimann; Thomas Kühne: „Zustandstypen als Schlüssel zur Integration statischer und dynamischer Sichten der objektorientierten Modellierung“, in HC Mayer (Hrsg) Tagungsband zur Modellierung 2006, LNI 82 (2006) 145-160


  1. Jörg Roth: A Decentralized Location Service Providing Semantic Locations, Habilitationsschrift des Fachbereichs Informatik, Informatik Bericht 323, Fernuniversität Hagen, Jan. 2005
  2. Ursula Scheben: Hierarchical composition of industrial components, in Science of Computer Programming, 56(1-2):117–139, April 2005
  3. Jörg Roth: Modelling Location Sensors, in 2. GI/ITG KuVS Fachgespräch "Ortsbezogene Anwendungen und Dienste", 16.-17. Juni 2005, Stuttgart, Informatik Bericht 324, Fernuniversität Hagen, Juni 2005, 33-36
  4. Jörg Roth: Ortsbezogene Anwendungen und Dienste, Tagungsband des 2. GI/ITG KuVS Fachgesprächs, "Ortsbezogene Anwendungen und Dienste", 16.-17. Juni 2005, Stuttgart, Informatik Bericht 324, Fernuniversität Hagen
  5. Friedrich Steimann; Philip Mayer: Patterns of interface-based programming, in Journal of Object Technology 4:5 (2005) 75–94
  6. Jörg Roth: The Critical Mass Problem of Mobile Ad-hoc Networks, in Upgrade, The European Journal for the Informatics Professional, Vol. VI, No. 5, Okt. 2005, ISSN 1684-5285, 8-13
  7. Friedrich Steimann: The role data model revisited, in Roles, an interdisciplinary perspective, AAAI Fall Symposium (2005). eingeladener Beitrag
  8. Friedrich Steimann; Thomas Kühne: „Coding for the code — Can models provide the DNA for software development?“, in ACM queue 3:10 (2005) 44—51
  9. Friedrich Steimann: „Domain models are aspect free“, in L Briand, C Williams (Eds) MoDELS/UML 2005, Springer LNCS 3713 (2005) 171–185 (Best Paper Award)


  1. Jörg Roth: Human Computer Interaction and Interactive Systems, Proceedings of the 9th IFIP Working Conference on Engineering for Human-Computer Interaction jointly with the 11th International Workshop on Design, Specification and Verification of Interactive Systems Schloss Tremsbüttel, Hamburg, 11.-13. Juli 2004, LNCS 3425, Springer-Verlag
  2. Thomas Hadig; Jörg Roth: Proximity Services with the Nimbus Framework, in IADIS International Conference Applied Computing 2004, Lissabon (Portugal), 23.-26. März 2004, IADIS Press, 437-444
  3. Friedrich Steimann; Thomas Kühne: UML-A oder warum die Wissenschaft ihre eigene einheitliche Modellierungssprache haben sollte, in B Rumpe, W Hesse (Hrsg) Tagungsband zur Modellierung 2004 (GI, 2004) 121–133
  4. Friedrich Steimann; Thomas Kühne: „Are models the DNA of software construction? A controversial discussion“, in 3rd Workshop on Software Model Engineering WiSME@UML (2004)
  5. Friedrich Steimann: „Aspects are technical, and they are few“, in European Interactive Workshop on Aspects in Software EIWAS'04 (2004)
  6. Friedrich Steimann; Jens Gößner; Philip Mayer: „Interface utilization in the Java Development Kit“, in Proceedings of the 2004 ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC) (ACM 2004) 1310–1315
  7. Thomas Kühne; Friedrich Steimann: „Tiefe Charakterisierung“, in B Rumpe, W Hesse (Hrsg) Tagungsband zur Modellierung 2004 (GI, 2004) 109–119
  8. Friedrich Steimann: „Why most domain models are aspect free“, in 5th Aspect-Oriented Modeling Workshop AOM@UML (2004)
  9. Uwe Thaden; Tobias Buchloh; Friedrich Steimann: „iMOL: Ein experimentelles Werkzeug zur interaktiven Validierung von Softwaremodellen“, in B Rumpe, W Hesse (Hrsg) Tagungsband zur Modellierung 2004 (GI, 2004) 285–286


  1. Ursula Scheben; Arnd Poetzsch-Heffter: Concepts and Techniques simplifying the Assembly Process for Component Instances, in SC 2003: Workshop on Software Composition Affiliated with ETAPS 2003, volume 82 of Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science, Elsevier, April 2003
  2. Jörg Roth: Flexible Positioning for Location-based Services, in IADIS International Conference e-Society, Lissabon (Portugal), 3.-6. Juni 2003, Vol. I, IADIS Press, 296-304
  3. Jörg Roth: Semantic Geocast Using a Self-organizing Infrastructure, in Innovative Internet Community Systems (I2CS), Leipzig, 19.-21. Juni 2003, LNCS 2877, Springer-Verlag, 216-228
  4. Jörg Roth: The Critical Mass Problem of Mobile Ad-hoc Networks, in IADIS International Conference e-Society, Lissabon (Portugal), 3.-6. Juni 2003, Vol. I, IADIS Press, 243-250
  5. Friedrich Steimann; Jens Gößner ; Thomas Mück: „Filetting XP for educational purposes“, in M Marchesi, G Succi (eds) XP 2003 — Proceedings of the 4th International Conference (Springer 2003) 414–417
  6. Friedrich Steimann; Jens Gößner; Thomas Mück: „On the key role of composition in object-oriented modelling“, in P Stevens, J Whittle, G Booch UML 2003: Proceedings of the 6th International Conference (Springer, 2003) 106–120
  7. Friedrich Steimann; Jens Gößner; Thomas Mück: „Projectory – A framework for teaching object-oriented design and object-oriented programming“, in ECOOP Workshop on Patterns in Teaching Software Development (2003)
  8. Friedrich Steimann; Wolf Siberski; Thomas Kühne: „Towards the systematic use of interfaces in Java programming“, in Proc 2nd Int Conf on the Principles and Practice of Programming in Java (ACM, 2003) 13–17


  1. Jörg Roth: A Communication Middleware for Mobile and Ad-hoc Scenarios, in International Conference on Internet Computing (IC'02), Las Vegas (USA), 24.-27. Juni 2002, Vol. I, CSREA Press, 77-84
  2. Jörg Roth: Context-aware Web Applications Using the PinPoint Infrastructure, in IADIS International Conference WWW/Internet 2002, Lissabon (Portugal), 13.-15. Nov. 2002, IADIS Press, 3-10
  3. Jörg Roth: Mobility Support for Replicated Real-time Applications, in Innovative Internet Computing Systems (I2CS), Kühlungsborn, 20.-22. Juni 2002, LNCS 2346, Springer-Verlag, 181-192
  4. Jörg Roth: Patterns of Mobile Interaction, in Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, Vol. 6, Issue 4, Sept. 2002, Springer-Verlag, 282-289
  5. Friedrich Steimann; Thomas Kühne: „A radical reduction of UML's core semantics“, in JM Jézéquel, H Hussmann, S Cook UML 2002: Proceedings of the 5th International Conference (Springer, 2002) 34–48
  6. Friedrich Steimann; Mayer Aladjem: „Advanced Data Analysis & Biomedical Applications“, in (Editorial) International Journal of Knowledge-Based Intelligent Engineering Systems 6:3 (2002) 120
  7. Friedrich Steimann; Uwe Thaden; Wolf Siberski; Wolfgang Nejdl: „Animiertes UML als Medium für die Didaktik der objektorientierten Programmierung“, in Modellierung 2002 GI Lecture Notes in Informatics (2002)
  8. Friedrich Steimann; Jens Gößner; Uwe Thaden: „Proposing mobile pair programming“, in OOPSLA 2002 Workshop on Pair Programming (Seattle, USA 2002)


  1. Ursula Scheben; Arnd Poetzsch-Heffter: Demonstration der Problematiken beim Einsatz von Komponenten anhand eines Lernkurses aus JavaBeans-Komponenten, in Technical Report AIB-2001-11, RWTH Aachen, Department of Computer Science, December 2001, ISSN: 0935-3232
  2. Jörg Roth: Patterns of Mobile Interaction, in Third International Workshop on Human Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices, IHM-HCI 2001, Lille (Frankreich), 10. Sept. 2001
  3. Stephan Lukosch; Jörg Roth: Reusing Single-user Applications to Create Multi-user Internet Applications, in Innovative Internet Computing Systems (I2CS), Ilmenau, 21.-22. Juni 2001, LNCS 2060, Springer-Verlag, 79-90
  4. Friedrich Steimann: „On the use and usefulness of fuzzy sets in medical AI“, in Festschrift in zwei Heften anläßlich des 80. Geburtstages von LA Zadeh Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 21:1–3 (2001)
  5. Friedrich Steimann: „Role = Interface: a merger of concepts“, in Journal of Object-Oriented Programming 14:4 (2001) 23–32
  6. Friedrich Steimann: „The family pattern“, in Journal of Object-Oriented Programming 13:10 (2001) 28–31


  1. Jörg Roth; Claus Unger: An Extensible Classification Model for Distribution Architectures of Synchronous Groupware, in Dieng R. et al. (eds): Fourth International Conference on the Design of Cooperative Systems (COOP2000), Sophia Antipolis (Frankreich), 23.-26. Mai 2000, IOS Press, 113-127
  2. Jörg Roth; Claus Unger: Developing Synchronous Collaborative Applications with TeamComponents, in in Dieng R. et al. (eds): Fourth International Conference on the Design of Cooperative Systems (COOP2000), Sophia Antipolis (Frankreich), 23.-26. Mai 2000, IOS Press, 353-368
  3. Friedrich Steimann: Formale Modellierung mit Rollen, Habilitationsschrift (Universität Hannover, Hannover 2000)
  4. Friedrich Steimann: „A radical revision of UML's role concept“, in A Evans, S Kent, B Selic (eds) UML 2000 Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference (Springer, 2000) 194–209
  5. Friedrich Steimann: „Abstract class hierarchies, factories, and stable designs“, in Communications of the ACM 43:4 (2000) 109–111
  6. Friedrich Steimann: „Eine Grundlegung des Rollenbegriffs für die objektorientierte Modellierung (mit dem Vorschlag einer Änderung von UML)“, in J Ebert, U Frank (Hrsg) Modelle und Modellierungssprachen in Informatik und Wirtschaftsinformatik: Modellierung 2000 (Fölbach, Koblenz 2000) 55–69
  7. Friedrich Steimann: „On the representation of roles in object-oriented and conceptual modelling“, in Data & Knowledge Engineering 35:1 (2000) 83–106


  1. Jörg Roth; Claus Unger: Group Rendezvous in a Synchronous, Collaborative Environment, in R. Steinmetz (ed): Kommunikation in Verteilten Systemen (KiVS'99), 11. ITG/VDE Fachtagung, Darmstadt, 2.-5. März 1999, Springer-Verlag, 114-127
  2. Stephan Lukosch; Jörg Roth; Claus Unger: Marrying On-Campus Teaching to Distance Teaching, in Proceedings of the 19th World Conference on Open Learning and Distance Education, Wien, 20.-24. Juni 1999
  3. Friedrich Steimann: „Fuzzy diagnosis“, in Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 16:2 (1999) 121–128
  4. Friedrich Steimann: „Letter to the Editor“, in Journal of Object-Oriented Programming 12:2 (1999) 8–9
  5. Friedrich Steimann; Peter Fröhlich ; Wolfgang Nejdl: „Model-based diagnosis for open systems fault management“, in AI Communications 12:1&2 (1999) 5–17


  1. Jörg Roth; Claus Unger: DreamTeam - A Synchronous CSCW Environment for Distance Education, in Proceedings of the ED-MEDIA / ED-TELECOM 98, Freiburg, 20.-25. Jun. 1998, 1185-1190
  2. Friedrich Steimann: „Dependency parsing for medical language and concept representation“, in Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 12:1 (1998) 77–86
  3. Friedrich Steimann; Klaus-Peter Adlassnig: „Fuzzy medical diagnosis“, in EH Ruspini, PP Bonissone, W Pedrycz (eds) Handbook of Fuzzy Computation (IOP Publishing, Bristol 1998) G13.1:1–G13.1:14


  1. Friedrich Steimann: „A method to derive the time of onset of infection from serological findings“, in Methods of Information in Medicine 36:1 (1997) 51–58
  2. Friedrich Steimann: „Fuzzy set theory in medicine“, in (Editorial) Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 11:1 (1997) 1–7


  1. Friedrich Steimann: Canonical Conceptual Graphs: Problems and Mines of Solutions, in unveröffentlichtes Manuskript (Universität Hildesheim, 1996)
  2. Johan Gamper; Friedrich Steimann: Medizinische Expertensysteme – eine kritische Betrachtung, in APIS – Zeitschrift für Politik, Ethik, Wissenschaft und Kultur im Gesundheitswesen (1996) 32–40
  3. Friedrich Steimann: „The interpretation of time-varying data with DIAMON-1“, in Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 8:4 (1996) 343–358


  1. Friedrich Steimann: Diagnostic Monitoring of Clinical Time Series, Dissertation (Technische Universität Wien, Wien 1995)
  2. Friedrich Steimann: „A case against logic“, in Proceedings of the MedInfo ´95 (North-Holland, 1995) 989–993
  3. Friedrich Steimann; Christoph Brzoska: „Dependency Unification Grammar for PROLOG“, in Computational Linguistics 21:1 (1995) 95–102


  1. Friedrich Steimann; Klaus-Peter Adlassnig: „A fuzzy medical data model“, in R Trappl (Hrsg) Proceedings of the 12th European Meeting on Cybernetics and Systems Research (World Scientific, Singapore 1994) 271–278
  2. Friedrich Steimann; Klaus-Peter Adlassnig: „Clinical monitoring with fuzzy automata“, in Fuzzy Sets & Systems 61:1 (1994) 37–42
  3. Friedrich Steimann; Michael Hayde; Birgit Panzenböck; Klaus-Peter Adlassnig; Arnold Pollak: „Computer-assisted diagnosis of Toxoplasma gondii infection during pregnancy“, in Proceedings of the 14th European Congress of Perinatal Medicine (Helsinki, Finnland 1994). 3.
  4. Friedrich Steimann; Michael Hayde; Birgit Panzenböck ; Klaus-Peter Adlassnig; Arnold Pollak: „Fuzzy support for serodiagnosis: the ONSET program“, in IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine 13:5 (1994) 705–709
  5. Friedrich Steimann; Klaus-Peter Adlassnig: „Two-stage interpretation of ICU data based on fuzzy sets“, in Working Papers of the AAAI 1994 Spring Symposium on Artificial Intelligence in Medicine (AAAI, Menlo Park 1994)