The discipline of Software Engineering has already established itself as a prime contributor towards sustenance and accelerated growth of infrastructural development process of enterprise system. Major areas of concerns regarding effectiveness of software products in the domains of their applicability generally emanate from the proper lack of understanding of the requirements and formulation of appropriate functional specializations. The complexity has further grown due to wide adoption of distributed computing paradigm in enterprise software. Absence of common consensus on proper process model for enterprise software and together with non–availability of sufficient software methodologies very often make the software development process difficult for enterprise level industrial software products.
This special session aims at addressing these critical issues concerning the engineering of enterprise software products in the perspective of industrial technology through bringing together the researchers and practitioners from industry and academia. Major areas of prime focus will be formal modeling, functional specifications, verification & validation, performance evaluation etc. The session will also concentrate on state-of-the art research trends making Industrial software products more effective.
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