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Dr. Luuk Groenewegen is associate professor of LIACS, the Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science, where he belongs to the FaST group, Fundamentals of Software Technology. He studied mathematics in Leiden and did his PhD in Eindhoven on a topic in operational research. He worked as Project Leader in Software Engineering for Rijkswaterstaat. In 1979 he joined the computer science institute of Leiden University. Twice he presented a course on Pascal Programming on television. His research interests are: object-oriented modelling, architecture, patterns, communication, collaboration, coordination, consistency. He has developped the coordination specification language Paradigm. Recently, Paradigm's operational semantics have been extended towards specifying JIT-modelling (Just-In-Time) and subsequent, well-structured self-adaptation of Paradigm models.
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