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ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology (ACM TOSEM) [Entry Reviewed: 2018-02-20]
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The purpose of the ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology (TOSEM) is to publish original and significant results in all areas of software engineering research. In general, the systems to which the results apply should be sufficiently complex and long-lived to justify investment in languages, methods, and tools that support specification, design, implementation, validation, documentation, maintenance, reengineering, and other related activities. The scope of TOSEM includes models, languages, methods, mechanisms, and tools for the elaboration, evaluation, and evolution of products and processes all along the software lifecycle -- from requirements specification to software maintenance and reengineering. Formal and experimental approaches are both in the scope of TOSEM. Examples of topics include:

  • Requirements engineering: acquisition, modeling, specification, analysis, and prototyping;
  • Design engineering: software architectures, specification, refinement, design methods, strategies, and styles; documentation of design rationales;
  • Software testing, analysis and verification: algorithms, techniques and processes for assuring or assessing software with respect to functional or non-functional requirements;
  • Configuration management: version control and system evolution;
  • Software understanding and reengineering;
  • Reuse: techniques for reusing components such as specifications, designs, or code, or for making such products reusable;
  • Software process engineering: modeling, analysis, customization, enactment, evolution;
  • Software engineering environments: organization, tool integration and interoperability; object management, language-directed tools, knowledge-based tools, dedicated tools; software visualization;
  • Measurement, metrics, estimation methods, and empirical studies;
  • Human-Software interaction;
  • Collaborative software engineering;
  • Special software engineering techniques for: distributed systems, real-time systems, safety-critical systems, secure systems, multimedia systems, and mobile computing;
  • Adaptation of techniques from programming languages, artificial intelligence, or databases;
  • Domain-specific software engineering techniques.
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