Aims & Scope
The KIPS Transactions on Software and Data Engineering is an official journal of the Korea Information Processing Society (KIPS). It is committed to publishing high-quality papers on the state-of-the-art of software and data engineering research. Theoretical research presenting new techniques, concepts, or analyses, and applied contributions describing experiences and experiments with working systems are published. The topics covered by the journal include: - Software Engineering: software engineering methods and practices, requirement engineering, software design methods, software process modeling, software maintenance and evolution, software test, software reuse, formal methods, reverse engineering, automated software engineering tools, SW Globalization, Internationalization, Agile SW Development Methodolgy, SW Development, SW Process Improvement, SW Qulity, Product-line engineering, SW reuse - Data Engineering: data engineering methods and practices, data modeling and management, data integration, data engineering tools, database systems, knowledge discovery and data mining, data engineering applications - Artificial Intelligence: artificial intelligence methods and practices, automated planning, machine learning, soft computing, knowledge representation, reasoning under uncertainty, multiagent systems, natural language processing, high-level computer vision, intelligent systems and applications - Multimedia Processing: multimedia processing methods and practices, multimedia signal processing, multimedia content understanding, multimedia interface and interaction, multimedia databases, multimedia systems and applications - Web Science: Web science methods and practices, Web information filtering and extraction, Web search engines, Web-based recommendation, Web mining, Web agents, semantic Web, Web service discovery and composition, Web-based social intelligence - Human Computer Interaction: HCI methods and practices, interface design and evaluation methodologies, graphic interaction, speech interaction, gesture interaction, multimodal interaction, virtual reality, augmented reality, intelligent user interfaces, theory on user model, cognitive and affective systems.