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July 17, 2013
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July 22-25, 2013
The 2013 World Congress in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Applied Computing

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SERP'13 - The 2013 International Conference on Software Engineering Research and Practice

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SERP'13 is the 11th annual conference




    You are invited to submit a full paper for consideration. All accepted papers will be published in printed conference books/proceedings (ISBN) and will also be made available online. The proceedings will be indexed in science citation databases that track citation frequency/data for each paper. In addition, like prior years, extended versions of selected papers (about 35%) will appear in journals and edited research books (publishers include: Springer, Elsevier, BMC, and others). SERP'13 is composed of a number of tracks, including: tutorials, sessions, workshops, posters, and panel discussions. The conference will be held July 22-25, 2013, Las Vegas, USA.

    Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

      • Software architectures
      • UML/MDA and AADL
      • Software design and design patterns
      • Architectural analysis, verifications and validation methods
      • Quality oriented software architecture
      • Software reliability, safety critical systems and security methods
      • Software reuse and component engineering
      • Object oriented technology
      • Software metrics
      • Reverse and architectural recovery methods
      • Domain specific software engineering
      • Aerospace software and system engineering
      • Software engineering methodologies
      • Survivable systems
      • Software testing, evaluation and analysis technologies
      • Workflow - Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)
      • Project management issues
      • Distributed and parallel systems
      • Automated software design
      • Real-time embedded software engineering
      • Automated software design and synthesis
      • Software security engineering
      • Theoretic approaches (formal methods, graph, ...)
      • Software, domain modeling and meta-modeling
      • Model driven engineering
      • Software maintenance and evolution
      • Reflection and metadata methodologies
      • Component based software engineering
      • Software engineering standards and guidelines
      • Intelligent CASE tools and eclipse plugins issues
      • Multimedia and hypermedia software engineering
      • Enterprise software, middleware, and tools
      • Industry system experience and report
      • Service-centric software engineering
      • Service level agreements (drafting, negotiation, & management)
      • Nonlinear software engineering theory and practice
      • Runtime service management
      • Software engineering and semantic web
      • Program understanding methods
      • Tutoring, documentation systems
      • Software assurance
      • Software economics
      • Software product lines
      • Usability engineering
      • Novel software tools and environments
      • Pervasive software engineering
      • Requirement engineering and processes
      • Critical and embedded software design
      • Service oriented software architecture
      • Software cost estimation
      • Web engineering and web-based applications
      • Human computer interaction and usability engineering
      • Model based software engineering
      • Aspect oriented software engineering
      • Agent oriented software engineering
      • Programming languages and compilers
      • Software engineering education and certification
      • Case studies and emerging technologies

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