SEKE 2013

SEKE 2013: The 25th International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering

Dates:

Paper submission due: Midnight EST, March 1, 2013
Notification of acceptance: April 20, 2013
Early registration deadline: May 10, 2013
Camera-ready copy: May 10, 2013
Conference: June 27 – 29, 2013

From the call for papers:

The Twenty-Fifth International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering (SEKE 2013) will be held at Hyatt Harborside at Boston’s Logan International Airport, USA from June 27 to June 29, 2013.

The conference aims at bringing together experts in software engineering and knowledge engineering to discuss on relevant results in either software engineering or knowledge engineering or both. Special emphasis will be put on the transference of methods between both domains. Submission of papers and demos are both welcome.

TOPICS

Agent architectures, ontologies, languages and protocols
Multi-agent systems
Agent-based learning and knowledge discovery
Interface agents
Agent-based auctions and marketplaces
Artificial life and societies
Secure mobile and multi-agent systems
Mobile agents
Mobile Commerce Technology and Application Systems
Mobile Systems

Autonomic computing
Adaptive Systems
Integrity, Security, and Fault Tolerance
Reliability
Enterprise Software, Middleware, and Tools
Process and Workflow Management
E-Commerce Solutions and Applications
Industry System Experience and Report

Service-centric software engineering
Service oriented requirements engineering
Service oriented architectures
Middleware for service based systems
Service discovery and composition
Quality of services
Service level agreements (drafting, negotiation, monitoring and management)
Runtime service management
Semantic web

Requirements Engineering
Agent-based software engineering
Artificial Intelligence Approaches to Software Engineering
Component-Based Software Engineering
Automated Software Specification
Automated Software Design and Synthesis
Computer-Supported Cooperative Work
Embedded and Ubiquitous Software Engineering
Measurement and Empirical Software Engineering
Reverse Engineering
Programming Languages and Software Engineering
Patterns and Frameworks
Reflection and Metadata Approaches
Program Understanding

Knowledge Acquisition
Knowledge-Based and Expert Systems
Knowledge Representation and Retrieval
Knowledge Engineering Tools and Techniques
Time and Knowledge Management Tools
Knowledge Visualization
Data visualization
Uncertainty Knowledge Management
Ontologies and Methodologies
Learning Software Organization
Tutoring, Documentation Systems
Human-Computer Interaction
Multimedia Applications, Frameworks, and Systems
Multimedia and Hypermedia Software Engineering

Smart Spaces
Pervasive Computing
Swarm intelligence
Soft Computing

Software Architecture
Software Assurance
Software Domain Modeling and Meta-Modeling
Software dependability
Software economics
Software Engineering Decision Support
Software Engineering Tools and Environments
Software Maintenance and Evolution
Software Process Modeling
Software product lines
Software Quality
Software Reuse
Software Safety
Software Security
Software Engineering Case Study and Experience Reports

Web and text mining
Web-Based Tools, Applications and Environment
Web-Based Knowledge Management
Web-Based Tools, Systems, and Environments
Web and Data Mining

Given the range of topics, I am sure you can find one or two that interest you and involve issues where topic maps can make a significant contribution.

Looking forward to seeing your paper in the SEKE Proceedings for 2013.

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