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Gál P., Kiss Á.  2013.  A Comparison of Maintainability Metrics of Two A+ Interpreters.
Gál P., Kiss Á.  2012.  Implementation of an A+ Interpreter for .NET. JF ICSOFT 2012 - Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Software Paradigm Trends. :297–302.
Garg R, Váradi S, Kertész A.  2019.  Legal Considerations of IoT Applications in Fog and Cloud Environments. 27th Euromicro International Conference on Parallel, Distributed and Network-Based Processing (PDP 2019). :193-198.
Gergely T, Balogh G, Horváth F, la Vancsics B, Beszédes Á, Gyimóthy T.  2018.  Analysis of Static and Dynamic Test-to-code Traceability Information. Acta Cybernetica. 23:903-919.
Gergely Tamás, Havasi F, Beszédes Á.  2005.  Model Based Code Compression.
Gergely Tamás, Balogh G, Horváth F, Vancsics B, Beszédes Á, Gyimothy T.  2018.  Differences Between a Static and a Dynamic Test-to-Code Traceability Recovery Method. Software Quality Journal. 27(2):797-822.
Gergely Tamás, Beszédes Á, Gyimóthy T, Gyalai MI.  2010.  Effect of Test Completeness and Redundancy Measurement on Post Release Failures – an Industrial Experience Report. Proceedings of the 2010 IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance (ICSM'10). :ResearchTrack13.
Gergely Tamás, Havasi F, Gyimóthy T.  2005.  Binary code compression based on decision trees. Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences Engineering. 11:269-285.
Guzman GJ, Bilicki V, Merz C, Valenzuela M.  2008.  Living Labs Fostering Open Innovation and Rural Development: Methodology and Results. Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Concurrent Enterprising.
Gyimesi P, Vancsics B, Stocco A, Mazinanian D, Beszédes Á, Ferenc R, Mesbah A.  2019.  BugsJS: a Benchmark of JavaScript Bugs. 2019 12th IEEE Conference on Software Testing, Validation and Verification (ICST). :90-101.
Gyimesi P, la Vancsics B, Stocco A, Mazinanian D, Beszédes Á, Ferenc R, Mesbah A.  2020.  BugsJS: a Benchmark and Taxonomy of JavaScript Bugs. Software Testing, Verification and Reliability. n/a:e1751.
Gyimesi G, Bán D, Siket István, Ferenc R, Brugnoni S, Corbat T, Sommerlad P, Suter T.  2016.  Enforcing Techniques and Transformation of C/C++ Source Code to Heterogeneous Hardware. Proceedings of the 16th IEEE International Conference on Scalable Computing and Communication (ScalCom 2016). :1173–1180.
Gyimesi P, Gyimesi G, Tóth Z, Ferenc R.  2015.  Characterization of Source Code Defects by Data Mining Conducted on GitHub. Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Computational Science and Its Applications (ICCSA 2015). 9159:47–62.
Gyimóthy T.  1984.  Attribútum nyelvtanok és alkalmazásaik.
Gyimóthy T, Havasi F, Kiss Á.  2011.  Fordítóprogramok.
Gyimóthy T, Beszédes Á, Forgács I.  1999.  An Efficient Relevant Slicing Method for Debugging. Proceedings of the Joint 7th European Software Engineering Conference and 7th ACM SIGSOFT International Symposium on the Foundations of Software Engineering (ESEC/FSE'99). :303-321.
Gyimóthy T.  1991.  Software generation based on attribute grammars. Periodica Polytechnica. 35:147-152.
Gyimóthy T.  2009.  To Use or Not to Use? The Metrics to Measure Software Quality (Developers' View) CSMR. :3-4.
Gyimóthy T, Alexin Z.  1998.  Application of ILP Techniques on Hungarian Part-of-speech Tagging.
Gyimóthy T, Toczki J.  1987.  Syntactic pattern recognition in the HLP/PAS system. Acta Cybern.. 8:79–88.
Gyimóthy T, Liggesmeyer P, Niebuhr D, Rausch A, Rombach D, Schmid K.  2004.  A Software Engineering Perspective on Ambient Intelligence.
Gyimóthy T, Alexin Z, Szűcs R.  1992.  Integrated Graphic Enviroment to Develop Applications Based on Attribute Grammars. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. 641:51-58.
Gyimóthy T.  2008.  Szoftverkarbantartást támogató módszerek.
Gyimóthy T.  1999.  Gépi tanulás. Mesterséges intelligencia.
Gyimóthy T, Kocsis F.  1988.  Incremental generation of the LL(1) parsing table. Proceedings of 2nd Symposium on Automata, Languages and Programming Systems. :157-161.