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Markus A, Marques A, Kecskeméti G, Kertész A.  2018.  Efficient simulation of IoT cloud use cases. Autonomous Control for a Reliable Internet of Services. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 10768:313-336.
Schrettner L.  2000.  Distributed and parallel systems. :127–136.
Dan D, Jarzabek S, Ferenc R.  2013.  Configuring Software for Reuse with VCL. Proceedings of the 13th Symposium on Programming Languages and Software Tools, SPLST'13. :16–30.
Kacsuk P, Kertész Attila, Kiss T.  2008.  Can We Connect Existing Production Grids into a World Wide Grid? High Performance Computing for Computational Science - VECPAR 2008. :109–122.
Ferenc R.  2010.  Bug Forecast: A Method for Automatic Bug Prediction. Advances in Software Engineering. 117:283-295.
Toczki J, Gyimóthy T, Kocsis F, Horváth T.  1988.  Automatic Software Generation in Practice: New Features in the HLP/PAS System. Specialized Languages as Tools for Programming Technology. :103–119.
André F, Brandic I, Daubert E, Gauvrit G, Giordano M, Kecskeméti G, Kertész Attila, Napoli DC, Zs. Németh, Pazat J-L et al..  2010.  Architectures & Infrastructure. Service Research Challenges and Solutions for the Future Internet. 6500:85-116.
Kókai G, Alexin Z, Gyimóthy T.  1997.  Application of inductive logic programming for learning ECG waveforms. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine. 1211:126-129.
Alexin Z, Zvada S., Gyimóthy T.  1999.  Application of AGLEARN on Hungarian Part-of-speech Tagging. Second Workshop on Attribute Grammars and their Applications WAGA99. :133–152.
Kertész Attila, Prokosch T.  2010.  The Anatomy of Grid Resource Management. Remote Instrumentation and Virtual Laboratories. :123-132.
Pflanzner T, Kertész A.  2018.  Analyzing IoT, fog and cloud environments using real sensor data. Fog Computing: Concepts, Frameworks and Technologies. :83-105.
Dombi JD, Kertész Attila.  2011.  Advanced Scheduling Techniques with the Pliant System for High-Level Grid Brokering. Agents and Artificial Intelligence. 129:173-185.