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DSS is being transformed to ReliSA Creating software which works reliably requires the combination of multiple software engineering approaches, ranging from the “soft” methods to the fundamental “engineering” techniques. The Reliable Software Architectures research group (ReliSA) focuses on methods and models which help specify, analyse and verify software architectures with high complexity and/or quality requirements. Our main strengths are component-based systems, software simulations and practical expertise in software development processes. We have a proven track of national and international research projects, close links with leading European groups and collaboration with industrial partners.

Distributed Systems, Simulations & Software Engineering (DSS) working group is a “loosely coupled” (i.e. informally established) community of university researchers and Ph.D. students. The threads of DSS ReliSA activity are especially the following ones:

  • to exchange information that concerns research topics in the given areas of Computer Science,
  • to search for “intermediate” research topics among distributed systems, simulations and software engineering,
  • to exchange information that concern up-to-date research activity of the members of the group,
  • to coordinate member activities in order to create common publications, project proposals, software prototype implementations, etc.

Please use the menu on the left to see details of the group’s activities – research projects, seminar schedule, software tools developed by group members.

You can read a presentation about the group’s activities and our part in the NTIS project (in Czech only).