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The IBIMA-TPSE Special Track on Theory and Practice of Software Engineering (TPSE) 13-15 December 2005 is geared specifically towards people working on and concerning about innovation on software engineering. Therefore, TPSE aspires to bring together researchers and practitioners of software engineering to exchange new research results and experience reports related to both traditional and emerging fields of software engineering for the 21st century and beyond. TPSE focuses on a wide range of themes of different aspects of modern software engineering and innovative and advanced software applications. From a pragmatic view, TPSE encourages participants to report on recent changes in technology and application disciplines along with their underpinning foundations. TPSE aims to provide a friendly and contented environment for participants to share and exchange their knowledge and recent experiences relevant to a wide range of facets of software engineering and inventive applications.  Conference participants are welcome to submit presentation full papers, extended abstracts, paper drafts, or invited session proposals. Please refer to call for papers.  

Presentations submitted for publication will be fully refereed and published in electronic formats. For those unable to attend the conference in person, virtual presentations are available. Virtual presentations allow participants to submit papers for refereeing and publication in the conference proceedings.   Virtual participants will receive a full copy of the conference proceedings on a CD.


Track Chair

Magdy Serour, University of Technology Sydney, Australia

Programme Co-Chairs

Brian Henderson-Sellers, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Cesar Gonzalez-Perez, University of Technology Sydney, Australia



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