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The importance and difficulty of software engineering are increasing as a wider range of devices contains software and software complexity grows. For example, a modern car will contain tens or hundreds of processors and millions of lines of code. Your mobile phone and television will have a similar quantity of software.
The group are particularly interested in:
* underlying theory that supports practical software engineering techniques
* tools and techniques that contribute to the development of robust, efficient, reliable, and correct software systems
* empirically based research to (i) explore and assess the effectiveness of different software engineering techniques and theories in practice and (ii) develop better predictive tools to support practitioners
We emphasise industrial collaboration as a means of providing a context for our research. Current collaborators include BT, DaimlerChrysler, EDS, IBM, Motorola, and STTF Ltd.