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Jelasity M., Press M., Paechter B..  2002.  A scalable and robust framework for distributed applications. Proceedings of the 2002 Congress on Evolutionary Computation. CEC'02 (Cat. No.02TH8600). 2:1540-1545vol.2.
Kocsor A, A., Jr. K, László T, Márk J, László F, Tibor G, János C.  1999.  A Segment-Based Statistical Speech Recognition System for Isolated/Continuous Number Recognition. Proceedings of the 6th Fenno-Ugric Symposium on Software Technology (FUSST'99). :201-211.
Fomin T, Rozgonyi T, Szepesvári C, Lörincz A.  1996.  Self-Organizing Multi-Resolution Grid for Motion Planning and Control. Int. J. Neural Syst.. 7:757.
Dévai R, Vidács L, Ferenc R, Gyimóthy T.  2014.  Service Layer for IDE Integration of C/C++ Preprocessor Related Analysis. Computational Science and Its Applications - ICCSA 2014, Lecture Notes in Computer Science. 8583:402-417.
Jelasity M.  2001.  The shape of evolutionary search : discovering and representing search space structure.
Csirik J, Woeginger GJ.  1997.  Shelf Algorithms for On-Line Strip Packing. Inf. Process. Lett.. 63:171–175.
Turán G, Vatan F.  1996.  A Size-Depth Trade-Off for the Analog Computation of Boolean Functions. Inf. Process. Lett.. 59:251–254.
Szilagyi G, Gyimothy T, Maluszynski J.  2000.  Slicing of Constraint Logic Programs. Automated and Algorithmic Debugging.
Szilágyi G., Gyimóthy T, Maluszynski J..  1998.  Slicing of Constraint Logic Programs. Linköping Electronic Articles in Computer and Information Science. 3:1-27.
Gosztolya G, Grósz T, Tóth L.  2020.  Social Signal Detection by Probabilistic Sampling DNN Training. IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing. 10:164–177.
Gyimóthy T.  1991.  Software generation based on attribute grammars. Periodica Polytechnica. 35:147-152.
Vidács L.  2009.  Software Maintenance Methods for Preprocessed Languages.
Vidács L.  2009.  Software Maintenance Methods for Preprocessed Languages.
Ferenc R, Hegedüs P, Gyimóthy T.  2014.  Software Product Quality Models. {Evolving Software Systems}. :65-100.
Nagy C, Vidács L, Ferenc R, Gyimóthy T, Kocsis F, Kovács I.  2011.  Solutions for Reverse Engineering 4GL Applications, Recovering the Design of a Logistical Wholesale System. Proceedings of CSMR 2011 (15th European Conference on Software Maintenance and Reengineering). :343-346.
Csuvik V, Kicsi A, Vidács L.  2019.  Source Code Level Word Embeddings in Aiding Semantic Test-to-Code Traceability. Proceedings of the 10th International Workshop on Software and Systems Traceability, (SST 2019 @ ICSE). :29-36.
Berend G.  2016.  Sparse Coding of Neural Word Embeddings for Multilingual Sequence Labeling. CoRR. abs/1612.07130
Tóth L, Hoffmann I, Gosztolya G, Vincze V, Szatlóczki G, Bánréti Z, Pákáski M, Kálmán J.  2018.  A Speech Recognition-based Solution for the Automatic Detection of Mild Cognitive Impairment from Spontaneous Speech. Current Alzheimer Research. 15:130–138.
Fidrich M, Thirion J-P.  1998.  Stability of Corner Points in Scale Space: The Effect of Small Non-Rigid Deformations. Computer Vision and Image Understanding. 72:72–83.
Fidrich M, Thirion J-P.  1998.  Stability of Corner Points in Scale Space: The Effects of Small Nonrigid Deformations. Computer Vision and Image Understanding. 72:72–83.
Szilágyi G, Gyimóthy T, Małuszyński J.  2002.  Static and Dynamic Slicing of Constraint Logic Programs. Automated Software Engineering. 9:41–65.
Antal G, Hegedüs P, Tóth Z, Ferenc R, Gyimóthy T.  2018.  Static JavaScript Call Graphs: A Comparative Study. SCAM. :177-186.
Kovács G., Magyar F., Gyimóthy T.  1997.  Static Slicing of JAVA Programs. Fifth Symposium on Programming Languages and Software Tools. :116-128.
Gyimóthy T, Paakki J..  1995.  Static Slicing of Logic Programs. AADEBUG 2nd International Workshop on Automated and Algorithmic Debugging. :85–105.
Tóth L, Vidács L.  2019.  Study of The Performance of Various Classifiers in Labeling Non-Functional Requirements. Information Technology and Control. 48:1-16.