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Annals of Software Engineering Call For Papers

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Annals of Software Engineering:
Special Volume on "Computational Intelligence In Software Engineering"


The Annals of Software Engineering journal seeks articles for a special volume 
on "Computational Intelligence In Software Engineering".

The constantly evolving technological infrastructure of the modern world 
presents a great challenge of developing software systems with increasing size 
and complexity. Software engineers and researchers are striving to meet these 
and other continuously growing challenges by developing and implementing useful 
software engineering methodologies. However, despite the introduction of some 
important and useful paradigms in the software engineering discipline, their 
technological transfers on a larger scale has been extremely gradual and 

The recent emergence of the field of Computational Intelligence (CI) in 
Software Engineering provides a software development team with an opportunity 
by taking advantage of the currently developed, documented, and mature CI 
technologies such as fuzzy logic, artificial neural networks, genetic and 
artificial intelligence based computational systems, expert knowledge based 
systems, and case based reasoning. These and other computational intelligence 
technologies have been used to resolve issues arising from the ever-increasing 
complexity and size of software systems.

The aim and scope of this special issue is focused on the current research 
trends of introducing and implementing CI techniques to address the various 
software engineering needs arising during different phases of software 
development and analysis. This special issue is intended to serve as a 
comprehensive collection of some of the current state-of-the-art CI in 
software engineering technologies.

Topics of Interest

Topics of particular interest on "Computational Intelligence In Software
Engineering" include but are not limited to:

* Neural Networks
* Fuzzy Logic
* Genetic Algorithms & Programming
* Case Based Reasoning
* Data Mining Techniques
* Adaptive Computing Systems
* Knowledge Based Systems
* Software Cost Estimation
* Software Reliability Modeling
* Formal Verification Methods
* Software Testing & Software Validation
* Expert Software Systems
* Software Requirements & Specifications Engineering
* Machine Learning Techniques
* Hybrid Intelligent Systems


Professor Taghi M. Khoshgoftaar
Department of Computer Science & Engineering
Florida Atlantic University
Boca Raton, Florida 33433, U.S.A.
Tel:   +1-561-297-3994
Fax:   +1-561-297-2800
Email: taghi@cse.fau.edu

Annals of Software Engineering imposes virtually no length limitation on
the submitted papers. A paper's length is judged with respect to the 
quality of its content. Submitted papers must not have been previously 
published or be currently under consideration for publication elsewhere. 
All papers will be rigorously refereed. The complete manuscript in PDF 
or postscript format should be submitted to the editor on or before 
April 1, 2002.


Submission of a manuscript to the Annals of Software Engineering journal 
is a representation that the manuscript:
(a) has not been previously published, 
(b) is not currently under consideration for publication elsewhere, and
(c) will not be submitted elsewhere until a decision is made regarding 
    its suitability for publication in Annals of Software Engineering.

Submission is also the representation that the work has been approved for
open publication if performed under an official sponsorship requiring 
such an approval.
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