Aims and scope
(1) To promote awareness of the crucial role of quality management in the effective construction of the software systems developed, used, and/or maintained by organizations in pursuit of their business objectives.
(2) To provide a forum of the exchange of experiences and information on software quality management and the methods, tools and products used to measure and achieve it.
(3) To provide a vehicle for the publication of academic papers related to all aspects of software quality.
The Journal addresses all aspects of software quality from both a practical and an academic viewpoint. It invites contributions from practitioners and academics, as well as national and international policy and standard making bodies, and sets out to be the definitive international reference source for such information.
The Journal will accept research, technique, case study, survey and tutorial submissions that address quality-related issues including, but not limited to: internal and external quality standards, management of quality within organizations, technical aspects of quality, quality aspects for product vendors, software measurement and metrics, software testing and other quality assurance techniques, total quality management and cultural aspects. Other technical issues with regard to software quality, including: data management, formal methods, safety critical applications, and CASE.