Software, Practice & Experience
Aims and Scope Software: Practice and Experience is an internationally respected and rigorously refereed vehicle for the dissemination and discussion of practical experience with new and established software for both systems and applications. Articles published in the journal must be directly relevant to the design and implementation of software at all levels, from a useful programming technique all the way up to a large scale software system. As the journal's name suggests, the focus is on
... tice and experience with software itself. The journal cannot and does not attempt to cover all aspects of software engineering. The key criterion for publication of a paper is that it makes a contribution from which other persons engaged in software design and implementation might benefi t. Originality is also important. Exceptions can be made, however, for cases where apparently well-known techniques do not appear in the readily available literature. Contributions regularly: • Provide detailed accounts of completed software-system projects which can serve as 'how-to-do-it' models for future work in the same fi eld; • Present short reports on programming techniques that can be used in a wide variety of areas; • Document new techniques and tools that aid in solving software construction problems; • Explain methods/techniques that cope with the special demands of large-scale software projects. However, software process and management of software projects are topics deemed to be outside the journal's scope. The emphasis is always on practical experience; articles with theoretical or mathematical content are included only in cases where an understanding of the theory will lead to better practical systems.