Kiel Computer Science Series (KCSS)

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The Kiel Computer Science Series (KCSS) covers dissertations, habilitation theses, lecture notes, textbooks, surveys, collections, handbooks, etc. written at the Department of Computer Science at Kiel University. It was initiated in 2011 to support authors in the dissemination of their work in electronic and printed form, without restricting their rights to their work. The series provides a unified appearance and aims at high-quality typography. The KCSS is an open access series; all series titles are electronically available free of charge at the department's website. In addition, authors are encouraged to make printed copies available at a reasonable price, typically with a print-on-demand service.

See "Hints for authors" in the navigation menu if you are considering to publish in the Series or to use the asscociated LaTeX style.

The Kiel Computer Science Series was initiated by Hauke Fuhrmann and Reinhard von Hanxleden in 2011. Its concept and the interior design were established by Hauke Fuhrmann, Reinhard von Hanxleden, Lasse Kliemann, and Christoph Daniel Schulze. The book cover design was conceived by Hauke Fuhrmann. All LaTeX implementations, the website, and the manual were originally written and maintained by Lasse Kliemann.

The ISSN of the electronic publications is 2194-6639.
The ISSN of the printed publications is 2193-6781.

The last 20 publications

Hanus, Michael; Prott, Kai-Oliver: 21. Kolloquium Programmiersprachen und Grundlagen der Programmierung
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Tropmann-Frick, Marina; Thalheim, Bernhard; Jaakkola, Hannu et al.: Proceedings of the 31th International Conference on Information Modelling and Knowledge Bases (EJC 2021)
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Palmieri, Luca: Efficient and Accurate Disparity Estimation from MLA-Based Plenoptic Cameras
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Zirkelbach, Christian: Collaborative Reengineering and Modularization of Software Systems
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Fleischmann, Pamela: On Special k-Spectra, k-Locality, and Collapsing Prefix Normal Words
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Friese, Max Jonas: Modeling and Analysis of Automotive Cyber-physical Systems - Formal Approaches to Latency Analysis in Practice
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Smyth, Steven: Interactive Model-Based Compilation - A Modeller-Driven Development Approach
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Gao, Yuan: Large-Scale Light Field Capture and Reconstruction
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Kiyoki, Yasushi; Thalheim, Bernhard; Tropmann-Frick, M. et al.: Proceedings of the 30th International Conference on Information Modelling and Knowledge Bases (EJC 2020)
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Schulze, Christoph Daniel: Text in Diagrams: Challenges to and Opportunities of Automatic Layout.
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Reshadi, Kamellia: Theoretical and Practical Aspects Related to the Avoidability of Patterns in Words.
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Grossmann, Vasco: Mean Reversion-orientiertes Swing Trading : Technische Finanzmarktanalyse zur Optimierung eines Martingal-Handelssystems
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Wolters, Dominik: Robust and Accurate Detection of Mid-level Primitives for 3D Reconstruction in Man-Made Environments
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Zelenka, Claudius: Restoration of Coherent Images
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Fuhrmann, Insa: Time for Reactive System Modeling
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Rüegg, Ulf: Sugiyama layouts for prescribed drawing areas
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Kässens, Jan Christian: A Hybrid-parallel Architecture for Applications in Bioinformatics
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Ehlers, Thorsten: SAT and CP - Parallelisation and Applications
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Motika, Christian: SCCharts - Language and Interactive Incremental Compilation
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Peemöller, Björn: Normalization and Partial Evaluation of Functional Logic Programs
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