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Ana Petricic is a PhD student at Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing (FER), Zagreb, Croatia and MÃ¤lardalen HÃ¶gskola (MdH), VÃ¤sterÃ¥s. She graduated at FER in July, 2008. and received M.Sc. degree in computer science. Her master thesis was achieved as a double degree program in cooperation with MdH.
She is involved in two research projects PROGRESS hosted by MdH and DICES hosted by FER. Her main research interests are in component-based engineering domain, particulary software testing and analysis with focus on non-functional characteristics.
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|PRIDE – an Environment for Component-based Development of Distributed Real-time Embedded Systems, Etienne Borde (former), Jan Carlson, Juraj Feljan, Luka Lednicki, Thomas Leveque (former), Josip Maras, Ana Petricic (former), Séverine Sentilles, 9th Working IEEE/IFIP Conference on Software Architecture, IEEE, Boulder, Colorado, USA , June, 2011|
|Reverse engineering legacy Web applications with phpModeler, Josip Maras, Maja Štula (University of Split, Croatia), Ana Petricic (former), JCIS : Journal of Communications and Information Sciences, vol 1, nr 2, p82-93, June, 2011|
|Predictable dynamic deployment of components in embedded systems, Ana Petricic (former), ICSE '11 Proceeding of the 33rd international conference on Software engineering, p 1128--1129, ACM, May, 2011|