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Proceddings of the 30th International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering

Pereira, Óscar Mortágua;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jul 2018
  • Publisher: KSI Research Inc. and Knowledge Systems Institute Graduate School, USA
  • Country: Portugal
Abstract
Welcome to the 30th International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering (SEKE), in Hotel Pullman, Redwood City, USA. In last 30 years, SEKE has established itself as a major international forum to foster, among academia, industry, and government agencies, discussion and exchange of ideas, research results and experience in software engineering and knowledge engineering. The SEKE community has grown to become a very important and influential source of ideas and innovations on the interplays between software engineering and knowledge engineering, and its impact on the knowledge economy has been felt worldwide. On behalf of the Program Commit...
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Abstract
Welcome to the 30th International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering (SEKE), in Hotel Pullman, Redwood City, USA. In last 30 years, SEKE has established itself as a major international forum to foster, among academia, industry, and government agencies, discussion and exchange of ideas, research results and experience in software engineering and knowledge engineering. The SEKE community has grown to become a very important and influential source of ideas and innovations on the interplays between software engineering and knowledge engineering, and its impact on the knowledge economy has been felt worldwide. On behalf of the Program Commit...
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