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ACM Inroads

ACM Inroads is a magazine intended for professionals interested in advancing computing education in the world. Authors represent an international community of scholars who reflect and contribute to the computing profession. In addition to invited editorials and columns, authors may contribute to technical papers in standard or extended formats, bits-and-bytes, letters to the editor, and other peripheral information affecting computing educational communities. The focus of the publication is to generate new inroads in theory and practice affecting a worldwide community of computing educators that fosters dialogue, cooperation, and collaboration

Online ACM Inroads

ACM Inroads is a magazine intended for professionals interested in advancing computing education in the world. Authors represent an international community of scholars who reflect and contribute to the computing profession. In addition to invited editorials and columns, authors may contribute to technical papers in standard or extended formats, bits-and-bytes, letters to the editor, and other peripheral information affecting computing educational communities. The focus of the publication is to generate new inroads in theory and practice affecting a worldwide community of computing educators that fosters dialogue, cooperation, and collaboration


Communications of the ACM - Print

Communications of the ACM is the leading print and online magazine for the computing and information technology fields. Communications is recognized as the most trusted and knowledgeable source of industry information for today's computing professional. Communications brings its readership in-depth coverage of emerging areas of computer science, new trends in Information Technology, and practical applications. Industry leaders use Communications as a platform to present and debate various technology implications, public policies, engineering challenges, and market trends. The prestige and unmatched reputation that Communications of the ACM enjoys today is built upon a 50-year commitment to high quality editorial content and a steadfast dedication to advancing the arts, sciences, and applications of information technology.

Online CACM

Communications of the ACM is the leading print and online magazine for the computing and information technology fields. Communications is recognized as the most trusted and knowledgeable source of industry information for today's computing professional. Communications brings its readership in-depth coverage of emerging areas of computer science, new trends in Information Technology, and practical applications. Industry leaders use Communications as a platform to present and debate various technology implications, public policies, engineering challenges, and market trends. The prestige and unmatched reputation that Communications of the ACM enjoys today is built upon a 50-year commitment to high quality editorial content and a steadfast dedication to advancing the arts, sciences, and applications of information technology.


interactions

The human-built world can afford a sense of beauty, sublimity, and resonance, and through our advancements in technology can come advances in society. At the center of these advances are interactions - conversations, connections, collaborations, and relationships--within and across multiple disciplines, with and without technology. interactions magazine includes timely articles, stories, and content related to the interactions between experiences, people, and technology.

Online Interactions

The human-built world can afford a sense of beauty, sublimity, and resonance, and through our advancements in technology can come advances in society. At the center of these advances are interactions - conversations, connections, collaborations, and relationships--within and across multiple disciplines, with and without technology. interactions magazine includes timely articles, stories, and content related to the interactions between experiences, people, and technology.


Online Crossroads

XRDS

Established in 1994 and published quarterly, Crossroads is the official ACM magazine for student members. Each issue features a theme, such as "The Social Web" or "Cloud Computing," and Crossroads brings exciting research trends, interviews, columns, and even career advice articles related to that theme and relevant to computer science students. The magazine also lists major conferences, calls for papers, grants and fellowships, and other useful information to help students make the most of their educational careers.


Journal on Data and Information Quality

Journal of Data and Information Quality (JDIQ) welcomes research contributions on the following areas, but not limited to: Information Quality in the Enterprise Context; Database related technical solutions for Information Quality; Information Quality in the context of Computer Science and Information Technology; and Information Curation. JDIQ accepts research conducted using a wide variety of methods ranging from positivists to interpretive methods, systems building descriptions, and database theory, as well as statistical analysis, mathematical modeling, quasi experimental methods, hermeneutics, action research, and case study. JDIQ accepts diverse research methods that are customary in different research backgrounds and traditions, both quantitative and qualitative.

Online JDIQ

Journal of Data and Information Quality (JDIQ) welcomes research contributions on the following areas, but not limited to: Information Quality in the Enterprise Context; Database related technical solutions for Information Quality; Information Quality in the context of Computer Science and Information Technology; and Information Curation. JDIQ accepts research conducted using a wide variety of methods ranging from positivists to interpretive methods, systems building descriptions, and database theory, as well as statistical analysis, mathematical modeling, quasi experimental methods, hermeneutics, action research, and case study. JDIQ accepts diverse research methods that are customary in different research backgrounds and traditions, both quantitative and qualitative.


Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage

The print will constitute an entire volume at the end of the year. 2013-Volume 6,1-4 mailed 03/25/14, received April 22, 2014. 2014-Volume 7, 1-4 mailed 06/15/15,? 2015-Volume 8, 1-4 mailed 12/15/15, received December 29, 2015 2016-Volume 9, 1-4 mailed 02/15/17, received 02/23/17 2017-Volume 10, 1-4 mailed 12/28/17, received 01/03/18 2018-Volume 11, 1-4 mailed 02/04/19 , received 02/07/19 2019-Volume 12, 1-4 mailed 01/31/2020, incomplete received 02/05/21,mailed, 02/14/2021, complete version received 02/21/2021

Online Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage


Computing Reviews

Computing Reviews is the leading review journal for literature in the computing field. The ACM staff scans thousands of books, proceedings and conference papers each year, selecting the most important contributions for candid, forthright review by specialists in all areas of computing. Comparative reviews spotlight the most important books on a subject, comparing their coverage and helping professionals choose the work that fits their need. CR is especially valuable for busy people, who don't have time to read everything written in their fields.

Online Computing Reviews


Computing Surveys

These comprehensive, readable tutorials and survey papers give guided tours through the literature and explain topics to those who seek to learn the basics of areas outside their specialties. The carefully planned and presented introductions in Computing Surveys are also an excellent way for professionals to develop perspectives on, and identify trends in complex technologies. Recent issues have covered image understanding, software re-usability, and object and relational database topics.

Online Computing Surveys

These comprehensive, readable tutorials and survey papers give guided tours through the literature and explain topics to those who seek to learn the basics of areas outside their specialties. The carefully planned and presented introductions in Computing Surveys are also an excellent way for professionals to develop perspectives on, and identify trends in complex technologies. Recent issues have covered image understanding, software reusability, and object and relational database topics.


Journal of Experimental Algorithmics

The ACM Journal of Experimental Algorithmics (JEA) is the first publication devoted entirely to experimental work in algorithms and data structures. JEA is also the first on-line-only journal published by ACM, and it is available through a variety of protocols including http, ftp and ftpmail.


Journal of the ACM

The Journal of the ACM serves as a venue for careful presentation of theoretical research in the core areas of computing: complexity of algorithms, computer architecture, system modeling, AI, data structures, database theory and graph theory, to name a few. The authors are world class scientists, writing to other scientists about advances, methods and findings behind the fundamentals.

Online Jacm

The Journal of the ACM serves as a venue for careful presentation of theoretical research in the core areas of computing: complexity of algorithms, computer architecture, system modeling, AI, data structures, database theory and graph theory, to name a few. The authors are world class scientists, writing to other scientists about advances, methods and findings behind the fundamentals.


PACM on Interactive, Mobile, Wearable and Ubiquitous Technologies

PACM on Interactive, Mobile, Wearable and Ubiquitous Technologies (IMWUT) is a premier journal series for research relevant to the post-PC era. Computing technology is becoming increasingly pervasive; embedded throughout the environment as well as in mobile devices, wearables, and the Internet of Things. This is leading to a transformative change in the utility that technology can provide to users and societies, and how people relate to technology. IMWUT covers a broad range of topics relevant to this change, such as mobile systems, wearable technologies and intelligent environments. The scope includes research contributions in systems and infrastructures, new hardware and sensing techniques, and studies of user experiences and societal impact. IMWUT also welcomes contributions on new methodologies and tools, theories and models, as well as visionary and survey papers that help advance the field.


PACM on Measurement and Analysis of Computing Systems

Proceedings of the ACM on Measurement and Analysis of Computing Systems encompasses areas of research promoted by SIGMETRICS: measurement of computing systems, including networked systems, and the algorithmic methods designed to sustain them, evaluation of their performance through testbeds, mathematical modeling, and simulations.


PACM on Human-Computer Interaction

Proceedings of the ACM on Human Computer Interaction (HCI) is a journal series for research relevant to multiple aspects of the intersection between human factors and computing systems. Characteristics of humans from individual cognition, to group effects, to societal impacts shape and are shaped by computing systems. Human and computer interactions affect multiple aspects of daily life, shape mass social changes, and guide novel computing experiences. These interactions are studied via multiple methods, including ethnography, surveys, experiments, and system implementation among others. PACM-HCI covers a broad range of topics and methods that help illuminate the intersection between humans and computing systems. The scope of this journal includes research contributions in new systems for input and output, studies of user experiences with computing systems, scholarship on the individual and group effects of computer mediation, and societal impacts of new human computer interactions. PACM-HCI also welcomes contributions on new methodologies, tools, theories and models, as well as visionary and survey papers that help advance the field.


Digital Threats: Research and Practice

Digital Threats: Research and Practice (DTRAP) is a peer-reviewed Gold Open Access journal that targets the prevention, identification, mitigation, and elimination of digital threats. DTRAP aims to bridge the gap between academic research and industry practice. Accordingly, the journal welcomes manuscripts that address extant digital threats, rather than laboratory models of potential threats, and presents reproducible results pertaining to real-world threats. DTRAP invites researchers and practitioners to submit manuscripts that present scientific observations about the identification, prevention, mitigation, and elimination of digital threats in all areas, including computer hardware, software, networks, robots, industrial automation, firmware, digital devices, etc. For articles involving analysis, the journal requires the use of relevant data and the demonstration of the importance of the results. For articles involving the results of structured observation such as experimentation and case studies, the journal requires explicit inclusion of rigorous practices; for example, experiments should clearly describe why internal validity, external validity, containment, and transparency hold for the experiment described.


Proceedings of the ACM on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques

The proceedings of the ACM in Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques (PACM CGIT) publishes original research of the highest quality dealing with all areas of computer graphics and interactive techniques including rendering, modeling, animation, and digital image processing as well as the visual computing and simulation elements of such disparate areas as computational fabrication, computational photography, physical modeling and control, user interfaces, video game techniques, and virtual and augmented reality. PACM CGIT broadly spans all of these areas as well as new areas that will develop under the wide umbrella of computer graphics and interactive techniques. The journal operates in close collaboration with the ACM special interest group on Computer GRAPHics and Interactive Techniques (ACM SIGGRAPH) with each issue devoted to a particular subject area within CGIT. All accepted papers receive two rounds of reviewing and authors can expect publication decisions within posted timelines.


Digital Government: Research and Practice

Digital Government: Research and Practice (DGOV) is an interdisciplinary journal on the potential and impact of technology on governance innovations and its transformation of public institutions. It promotes applied and empirical research from academics, practitioners, designers, and technologists, using political, policy, social, computer, and data sciences methodologies. DGOV aims to appeal to a wider audience of research and practice communities with novel insights, disruptive design ideas, technical solutions, scientific and empirical knowledge, and a deep understanding of digital impact in the public sector. The major areas include the new forms of governance and citizen roles in the inter-connected digital environment, as well as the governance of new technologies, including governance of automation, sensor devices, robot behavior, artificial intelligence, and big data. Whether it is governing technology or technology for governing, the goal is to offer cutting-edge research and concepts designed to navigate and balance the competing demands of transparency and cybersecurity, innovation and accountability, and collaboration and privacy. It covers computational, technical, social scientific, behavioral, analytical, theoretical, and integrative approaches.


International Journal Network Management

Published by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., the International Journal of Network Management is dedicated to the dissemination of practical information which enables readers to manage, operate and maintain communications networks more effectively. Articles and columns for the journal are selected with the intent to facilitate the reader's evaluation of equipment and systems, to provide a detailed understanding of performance issues, and to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of a variety of networking approaches that can be used to satisfy an organization's communications requirements. This is a electronic only publication as of April 11, 2012.


International Journal on Very Large Databases

The VLDB Journal is a quarterly journal published by the VLDB Endowment. The journal is dedicated to the publication of scholarly contributions to the advancement of information system architectures, the impact of technological advancements on information systems, and the development of novel database applications. The journal was launched in July 1992. It is now published both in electronic and printed form by Springer-Verlag, beginning with Volume 5 (1996). In addition to its goal as an outlet for high quality and timely research and development results, the journal has two important commitments: - to low cost so that it is widely affordable - to a quick publication of accepted papers, so as to publish the most recent and timely results. High quality and timely publication is achieved by employing a large editorial board of internationally known researchers and a thorough review procedure. Each editor handles a relatively small number of papers at any one time, and can pay more attention to quality and timeliness of reviews. Papers are available electronically to subscribers as soon as they are accepted, regardless of the schedule of the paper version.

Online VLDB

The VLDB Journal is a quarterly journal published by the VLDB Endowment. The journal is dedicated to the publication of scholarly contributions to the advancement of information system architectures, the impact of technological advancements on information systems, and the development of novel database applications. The journal was launched in July 1992. It is now published both in electronic and printed form by Springer-Verlag, beginning with Volume 5 (1996). In addition to its goal as an outlet for high quality and timely research and development results, the journal has two important commitments: - to low cost so that it is widely affordable - to a quick publication of accepted papers, so as to publish the most recent and timely results. High quality and timely publication is achieved by employing a large editorial board of internationally known researchers and a thorough review procedure. Each editor handles a relatively small number of papers at any one time, and can pay more attention to quality and timeliness of reviews. Papers are available electronically to subscribers as soon as they are accepted, regardless of the schedule of the paper version.


Journal on Emerging Technologies in Computing Systems

The Journal on Emerging Technologies in Computing Systems(JETC) provides comprehensive coverage of innovative work in the specification, design analysis, simulation, verification, testing, and evaluation of computing systems constructed out of emerging technologies and advanced semiconductors. Topics include, but are not limited to: Logic Primitive Design and Synthesis: how to design computational logic primitives from the new nanotechnologies, and design tools supporting their effective design and verification; System-Level Specification, Design and Synthesis: how to interconnect these computational primitives to build complete information systems, and design tools for specifying, synthesizing, and verifying such systems; Software-Level Specification, Design and Synthesis: how to develop the necessary software so that applications can be effectively mapped onto information systems implemented using these new nanotechnologies, and tools for generating and verifying the software; and Mixed-Technology Systems: how to interface across potentially hybrid nanotechnologies that may co-exist in the same information system.

Online JETC

The Journal on Emerging Technologies in Computing System (JETC) provides comprehensive coverage of innovative work in the specification, design analysis, simulation, verification, testing, and evaluation of computing systems constructed out of emerging technologies and advanced semiconductors. Topics include, but are not limited to: Logic Primitive Design and Synthesis: how to design computational logic primitives from the new nanotechnologies, and design tools supporting their effective design and verification; System-Level Specification, Design and Synthesis: how to interconnect these computational primitives to build complete information systems, and design tools for specifying, synthesizing, and verifying such systems; Software-Level Specification, Design and Synthesis: how to develop the necessary software so that applications can be effectively mapped onto information systems implemented using these new nanotechnologies, and tools for generating and verifying the software; and Mixed-Technology Systems: how to interface across potentially hybrid nanotechnologies that may co-exist in the same information system.


Transactions on Autonomous Adaptive Systems

ACM Transactions on Autonomous and Adaptive Systems (TAAS) is a venue for high quality research contributions addressing foundational, engineering, and technological aspects of complex computing systems exhibiting autonomous and adaptive behavior. TAAS encourages contributions advancing the state of the art in the understanding, development, and control of such systems. Contributions are typically based on sound theoretical models and supported by proper experimentations/validations.

Online TAAS

ACM Transactions on Autonomous and Adaptive Systems (TAAS) is a venue for high quality research contributions addressing foundational, engineering, and technological aspects of complex computing systems exhibiting autonomous and adaptive behavior. TAAS encourages contributions advancing the state of the art in the understanding, development, and control of such systems. Contributions are typically based on sound theoretical models and supported by proper experimentations/validations.


Transactions on the Web

ACM Transactions on the Web (TWEB) is a journal reporting the results of research on Web content, applications, use, and related enabling techologies. Topics in the scope of TWEB include but are not limited to the following: Browsers and Web Interfaces; Electronic Commerce; Electronic Publishing; Hypertext and Hypermedia; Semantic Web; Web Engineering; Web Services and Services Computing; XML In addition, papers addressing the intersection of the following broader technlogies with the Web are also in scope: Accessibility; Education; Knowledge Management and Representation; Mobility and pervasive computing; Performance and scalability; Searching, Indexing, Classification, Retrieval and Querying, Data Mining and Analysis; Security and Privacy User Interfaces. Papers discussing specific Web technologies, applications, content generation and management and use are within scope. Also, papers describing novel applications of the web as well as papers on the underlying technologies are welcome.

Online TWEB

ACM Transactions on the Web (TWEB) is a journal reporting the results of research on Web content, applications, use, and related enabling techologies. Topics in the scope of TWEB include but are not limited to the following: Browsers and Web Interfaces; Electronic Commerce; Electronic Publishing; Hypertext and Hypermedia; Semantic Web; Web Engineering; Web Services and Services Computing; XML In addition, papers addressing the intersection of the following broader technlogies with the Web are also in scope: Accessibility; Education; Knowledge Management and Representation; Mobility and pervasive computing; Performance and scalability; Searching, Indexing, Classification, Retrieval and Querying, Data Mining and Analysis; Security and Privacy User Interfaces. Papers discussing specific Web technologies, applications, content generation and management and use are within scope. Also, papers describing novel applications of the web as well as papers on the underlying technologies are welcome.


Transactions on Knowledge Discovery From Data

Transactions on Knowledge Discovery from Data (TKDD covers areas such as scalable and effective algorithms for data mining and data warehousing, mining data streams, mining multi-media data, mining high-dimensional data, mining text, Web, and semi-structured data, mining spatial and temporal data, data mining for community generation, social network analysis, and graph structured data, security and privacy issues in data mining, visual, interactive and online data mining, pre-processing and post-processing for data mining, robust and scalable statistical methods, data mining languages, foundations of data mining, KDD framework and process, and novel applications and infrastructures exploiting data mining technology. TKDD encourages papers that explore the above subjects in the context of large distributed networks of computers, parallel or multiprocessing computers, or new data devices. TKDD also encourages papers that describe emerging data mining applications that cannot be satisfied by the current data mining technology.

Online TKDD

Transactions on Knowledge Discovery from Data (TKDD covers areas such as scalable and effective algorithms for data mining and data warehousing, mining data streams, mining multi-media data, mining high-dimensional data, mining text, Web, and semi-structured data, mining spatial and temporal data, data mining for community generation, social network analysis, and graph structured data, security and privacy issues in data mining, visual, interactive and online data mining, pre-processing and post-processing for data mining, robust and scalable statistical methods, data mining languages, foundations of data mining, KDD framework and process, and novel applications and infrastructures exploiting data mining technology. TKDD encourages papers that explore the above subjects in the context of large distributed networks of computers, parallel or multiprocessing computers, or new data devices. TKDD also encourages papers that describe emerging data mining applications that cannot be satisfied by the current data mining technology.


Transactions on Reconfigurable Technology and Systems

ACM Transactions on Reconfigurable Technology and Systems (TRETS) covers reconfigurable technology, systems, and applications on reconfigurable computers. This journal focused on research in, on, and with reconfigurable systems and on the underlying technology (which is currently that of FPGAs but could include other approaches involving an adaptable fabric) that supports these systems for computing or other applications. The scope, rationale, and coverage by other journals are often limited to particular aspects of reconfigurable technology or reconfigurable systems. TRETS will be a journal that covers reconfigurability in its own right.

Online TRETS

ACM Transactions on Reconfigurable Technology and Systems (TRETS) covers reconfigurable technology, systems, and applications on reconfigurable computers. This journal focused on research in, on, and with reconfigurable systems and on the underlying technology (which is currently that of FPGAs but could include other approaches involving an adaptable fabric) that supports these systems for computing or other applications. The scope, rationale, and coverage by other journals are often limited to particular aspects of reconfigurable technology or reconfigurable systems. TRETS will be a journal that covers reconfigurability in its own right.


Transactions on Accessible Computing

Transactions on Accessible Computing (TACCESS) is of particular interest to individuals with special needs and provide tools and resources to alleviate the traditional barriers encountered by persons with disabilities. For example, speech generation systems have assisted persons with visual impairments and blindness, voice recognition has helped people with motor impairments, and multi-modal presentations have been shown to be effective in helping people with learning disabilities. These issues and those yet to emerge will be addressed in TACCESS.

Online Transactions on Accessible Computing

Transactions on Accessible Computing (TACCESS) is of particular interest to individuals with special needs and provide tools and resources to alleviate the traditional barriers encountered by persons with disabilities. For example, speech generation systems have assisted persons with visual impairments and blindness, voice recognition has helped people with motor impairments, and multi-modal presentations have been shown to be effective in helping people with learning disabilities. These issues and those yet to emerge will be addressed in TACCESS.


Transactions on Computation Theory

The ACM Transactions on Computation Theory (ToCT) is a new quarterly peer-reviewed journal with an emphasis on computational complexity, foundations of cryptography and other computation-based topics in theoretical computer science.

Online Transactions on Computation Theory

The ACM Transactions on Computation Theory (ToCT) is a new quarterly peer-reviewed journal with an emphasis on computational complexity, foundations of cryptography and other computation-based topics in theoretical computer science.


ACM Transactions on Computing Education

Transactions on Computing Education covers diverse aspects of computing education: traditional computer science, computer engineering, information technology, and informatics; emerging aspects of computing; and applications of computing to other disciplines. The common characteristics shared by these papers are a scholarly approach to teaching and learning, a broad appeal to educational practitioners, and a clear connection to student learning.


Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology

ACM Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology (ACM TIST) publishes the highest quality papers on intelligent systems, applicable algorithms and technology with a multi-disciplinary perspective. An intelligent system is one that uses artificial intelligence (AI) techniques to offer important services (e.g., as a component of a larger system) to allow integrated systems to perceive, reason, learn, and act intelligently in the real world.

Online Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology

ACM Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology (ACM TIST) publishes the highest quality papers on intelligent systems, applicable algorithms and technology with a multi-disciplinary perspective. An intelligent system is one that uses artificial intelligence (AI) techniques to offer important services (e.g., as a component of a larger system) to allow integrated systems to perceive, reason, learn, and act intelligently in the real world.


Transactions on Management Information Systems

ACM Transactions on Management Information Systems (ACM TMIS) publishes the highest quality papers about the design, development, assessment, and management of information technology and systems within organizations, businesses, and societies. In addition to traditional management and behavioral MIS research, ACM TMIS strongly encourages submissions of high-quality system and design science research, as well as submissions in emerging MIS multidisciplinary research topics that may span several traditional academic disciplines.

Online Transactions on Management Information Systems

ACM Transactions on Management Information Systems (ACM TMIS) publishes the highest quality papers about the design, development, assessment, and management of information technology and systems within organizations, businesses, and societies. In addition to traditional management and behavioral MIS research, ACM TMIS strongly encourages submissions of high-quality system and design science research, as well as submissions in emerging MIS multidisciplinary research topics that may span several traditional academic disciplines.


Transactions on Interactive Intelligent Systems

Transactions on Interactive Intelligent Systems publishes papers on research concerning the design, realization, or evaluation of interactive systems that incorporate some form of machine intelligence.

Online Transactions on Interactive Intelligent Systems

Transactions on Interactive Intelligent Systems publishes papers on research concerning the design, realization, or evaluation of interactive systems that incorporate some form of machine intelligence.


Transactions on Economics and Computation

The ACM Transactions on Economics and Computation is a new journal focusing on the intersection of computer science and economics. Of interest to the journal is any topic relevant to both economists and computer scientists, including but not limited to the following: algorithmic game theory, mechanism design, design and analysis of electronic markets, computation of equilibria, cost of strategic behavior and cost of decentralization, learning in games and markets, systems resilient against malicious agents, economics of computational advertising, paid search auctions, agents in networks, electronic commerce, computational social choice, recommendation/reputation/trust systems, and privacy.

Online Transactions on Economics and Computation

The ACM Transactions on Economics and Computation is a new journal focusing on the intersection of computer science and economics. Of interest to the journal is any topic relevant to both economists and computer scientists, including but not limited to the following: algorithmic game theory, mechanism design, design and analysis of electronic markets, computation of equilibria, cost of strategic behavior and cost of decentralization, learning in games and markets, systems resilient against malicious agents, economics of computational advertising, paid search auctions, agents in networks, electronic commerce, computational social choice, recommendation/reputation/trust systems, and privacy.


Transactions on Parallel Computing

Parallel computing is an essential ingredient in all aspects of computer science yet getting an algorithm, an architecture, a software tool, or an application to make effective use of the available parallel resources can still be challenging. ACM Transactions on Parallel Computing will focus on solutions to these hard problems. The journal will span the range from foundational research to principles extracted from experimental investigations. It will address all classes of parallel processors including concurrent, multithreaded, multicore, accelerated, multiprocessor, clusters, and supercomputers. Subject areas include: Parallel Software; Parallel Architectures; Parallel Algorithms and Theory; and Parallel Applications.

Online Transactions on Parallel Computing

Parallel computing is an essential ingredient in all aspects of computer science yet getting an algorithm, an architecture, a software tool, or an application to make effective use of the available parallel resources can still be challenging. ACM Transactions on Parallel Computing will focus on solutions to these hard problems. The journal will span the range from foundational research to principles extracted from experimental investigations. It will address all classes of parallel processors including concurrent, multithreaded, multicore, accelerated, multiprocessor, clusters, and supercomputers. Subject areas include: Parallel Software; Parallel Architectures; Parallel Algorithms and Theory; and Parallel Applications.


Online TASLP

The IEEE/ACM Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing covers audio, speech and language processing and the sciences that support them. It includes practical areas of the design, development, and evaluation of speech- and text-processing systems along with their associated theory. It publishes application-oriented research, survey papers, and descriptions of novel applications. Audio processing topics include: transducers, room acoustics, active sound control, human audition, analysis/synthesis/coding of music, and consumer audio. Speech processing topics include: speech analysis, synthesis, coding, speech and speaker recognition, speech production and perception, and speech enhancement. Language processing topics include: speech and text analysis, understanding, generation, dialog management, translation, summarization, question answering and document indexing and retrieval, as well as general language modeling. Machine learning and pattern analysis applied to any of the above areas is also welcome.


Transactions on Modeling and Performance Evaluation of Computing Systems

ACM Transactions on Modeling and Performance Evaluation of Computing Systems (ToMPECS) is a new ACM journal that publishes refereed articles on all aspects of the modeling, analysis, and performance evaluation of computing and communication systems. ACM ToMPECS solicits and will publish peer-reviewed articles that: " Define, develop, and assess new performance evaluation methodologies; " Provide new insights on the performance of computing and communication systems; or " Introduce new settings in which performance modeling and evaluation can play an important role. The target areas for the application of these performance evaluation methodologies are broad, and include traditional areas such as computer networks, computer systems, storage systems, telecommunication networks, and Web-based systems, as well as new areas such as data centers, green computing/communications, energy grid networks, and on-line social networks.

Online Transactions on Modeling and Performance Evaluation of Computing Systems

ACM Transactions on Modeling and Performance Evaluation of Computing Systems (ToMPECS) is a new ACM journal that publishes refereed articles on all aspects of the modeling, analysis, and performance evaluation of computing and communication systems. ACM ToMPECS solicits and will publish peer-reviewed articles that: - Define, develop, and assess new performance evaluation methodologies; - Provide new insights on the performance of computing and communication systems; or - Introduce new settings in which performance modeling and evaluation can play an important role. The target areas for the application of these performance evaluation methodologies are broad, and include traditional areas such as computer networks, computer systems, storage systems, telecommunication networks, and Web-based systems, as well as new areas such as data centers, green computing/communications, energy grid networks, and on-line social networks.


Transactions on Asian and Low-Resource Language Information Processing

The ACM Transactions on Asian and Low-Resource Language Information Processing (TALLIP) publishes high quality original archival papers and technical notes in the areas of computation and processing of information in Asian languages, low-resource languages of Africa, Australasia, Oceania and the Americas, as well as related disciplines. The subject areas covered by TALLIP include, but are not limited to: -Computational Linguistics: including computational phonology, computational morphology, computational syntax (e.g. parsing), computational semantics, computational pragmatics, etc. -Linguistic Resources: including computational lexicography, terminology, electronic dictionaries, cross-lingual dictionaries, electronic thesauri, etc. -Hardware and software algorithms and tools for Asian or low-resource language processing, e.g., handwritten character recognition. -Information Understanding: including text understanding, speech understanding, character recognition, discourse processing, dialogue systems, etc. -Machine Translation involving Asian or low-resource languages. -Information Retrieval: including natural language processing (NLP) for concept-based indexing, natural language query interfaces, semantic relevance judgments, etc. -Information Extraction and Filtering: including automatic abstraction, user profiling, etc. -Speech processing: including text-to-speech synthesis and automatic speech recognition. -Multimedia Asian Information Processing: including speech, image, video, image/text translation, etc. -Cross-lingual information processing involving Asian or low-resource languages. Papers that deal in theory, systems design, evaluation and applications in the aforesaid subjects are appropriate for TALLIP. Emphasis will be placed on the originality and the practical significance of the reported research.

Online TALLIP

The ACM Transactions on Asian and Low-Resource Language Information Processing (TALLIP) publishes high quality original archival papers and technical notes in the areas of computation and processing of information in Asian languages, low-resource languages of Africa, Australasia, Oceania and the Americas, as well as related disciplines. The subject areas covered by TALLIP include, but are not limited to: -Computational Linguistics: including computational phonology, computational morphology, computational syntax (e.g. parsing), computational semantics, computational pragmatics, etc. -Linguistic Resources: including computational lexicography, terminology, electronic dictionaries, cross-lingual dictionaries, electronic thesauri, etc. -Hardware and software algorithms and tools for Asian or low-resource language processing, e.g., handwritten character recognition. -Information Understanding: including text understanding, speech understanding, character recognition, discourse processing, dialogue systems, etc. -Machine Translation involving Asian or low-resource languages. -Information Retrieval: including natural language processing (NLP) for concept-based indexing, natural language query interfaces, semantic relevance judgments, etc. -Information Extraction and Filtering: including automatic abstraction, user profiling, etc. -Speech processing: including text-to-speech synthesis and automatic speech recognition. -Multimedia Asian Information Processing: including speech, image, video, image/text translation, etc. -Cross-lingual information processing involving Asian or low-resource languages. Papers that deal in theory, systems design, evaluation and applications in the aforesaid subjects are appropriate for TALLIP. Emphasis will be placed on the originality and the practical significance of the reported research.


Transactions on Computer Human Interactions

TOCHI covers the software, hardware and human aspects of interaction with computers. Topics include hardware and software architectures; interactive techniques, metaphors, and evaluation; user interface design processes; and users and groups of users. Those within the artificial intelligence, object-oriented systems, information systems, graphics and software engineering communities, will benefit from the high quality research papers in TOCHI concerning information and ideas directly related to the construction of effective human-computer interfaces.

Online TOCHI

TOCHI covers the software, hardware and human aspects of interaction with computers. Topics include hardware and software architectures; interactive techniques, metaphors, and evaluation; user interface design processes; and users and groups of users. Those within the artificial intelligence, object-oriented systems, information systems, graphics and software engineering communities, will benefit from the high quality research papers in TOCHI concerning information and ideas directly related to the construction of effective human-computer interfaces.


Transactions on Computer Systems

TOCS publishes the newest findings of the computingresearch field. Papers published in TOCS are theoretical and conceptual explorations of operating systems, distributed systems and networks. Readers will find design principles, case studies and experimental results in specification, processor management, memory and communication management, implementation techniques and protocols. TOCS also discusses security and reliability, and offers experience-based papers on all these topics.

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TOCS publishes the newest findings of the computing research field. Papers published in TOCS are theoretical and conceptual explorations of operating systems, distributed systems and networks. Readers will find design principles, case studies and experimental results in specification, processor management, memory and communication management, implementation techniques and protocols. TOCS also discusses security and reliability, and offers experience-based papers on all these topics.


Transactions on Design Automation of Electronic Systems

Transactions on Design Automation of Electronic Systems (TODAES) is a new CAD publication emphasizing a computer science/engineering orientation. TODAES contains a varied array of article formats, including research papers, tutorial and survey papers, as well as short technical notes. Let this new reference tool be your pulse to the rapidly changing field of design technology of electronic systems.

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Transactions on Design Automation of Electronic Systems (TODAES) is a new CAD publication emphasizing a computer science/engineering orientation. TODAES contains a varied array of article formats, including research papers, tutorial and survey papers, as well as short technical notes. Let this new reference tool be your pulse to the rapidly changing field of design technology of electronic systems.


Transactions on Database Systems

Heavily used in both academic and corporate R&D settings, TODS is a key publication for computer scientists working in data abstraction, data modeling, and designing data management systems. Topics include storage and retrieval, transaction management, distributed and federated databases, semantics of data, intelligent databases, and operations and algorithms relating to these areas. In this rapidly changing field, TODS provides insights into the thoughts of the best minds in database R&D

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Heavily used in both academic and corporate R&D settings, TODS is a key publication for computer scientists working in data abstraction, data modeling, and designing data management systems. Topics include storage and retrieval, transaction management, distributed and federated databases, semantics of data, intelligent databases, and operations and algorithms relating to these areas. In this rapidly changing field, TODS provides insights into the thoughts of the best minds in database R&D.


Transactions on Graphics

In the colorful pages of TOG, leading researchers discuss breakthroughs in computer-aided design, synthetic image generation, rendering, solid modeling and other areas. "Research," the largest regular section, is necessary intellectual nourishment for anyone implementing graphics systems. The "Practice and Experience" papers and the "Interaction Technique Notebook" contain accounts of innovative systems, informative applications and novel user interface ideas.

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In the colorful pages of TOG, leading researchers discuss breakthroughs in computer-aided design, synthetic image generation, rendering, solid modeling and other areas. "Research," the largest regular section, is necessary intellectual nourishment for anyone implementing graphics systems. The "Practice and Experience" papers and the "Interaction Technique Notebook" contain accounts of innovative systems, informative applications and novel user interface ideas.


Transactions on Information Systems

The broad scope of TOIS appeals to industry practitioners for its wealth of creative ideas, and to academic researchers for its descriptions of their colleagues' work. Though its scope encompasses all aspects of computerized information systems, TOIS most frequently addresses issues in information retrieval and filtering, information interfaces, and information systems design.

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The broad scope of TOIS appeals to industry practitioners for its wealth of creative ideas, and to academic researchers for its descriptions of their colleagues' work. Though its scope encompasses all aspects of computerized information systems, TOIS most frequently addresses issues in information retrieval and filtering, information interfaces, and information systems design


Transactions on Modeling and Computer Simulation

Systems modeling and computer simulation are powerful tools for understanding, and TOMACS is a primary source for research on all aspects of these two areas. Emphasizing discrete event simulation, this journal publishes applications, reviews, and tutorials on such topics as combined, distributed, and hybrid simulation, simulation and computer graphics, process generators, and random number generation.

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Systems modeling and computer simulation are powerful tools for understanding, and TOMACS is a primary source for research on all aspects of these two areas. Emphasizing discrete event simulation, this journal publishes applications, reviews, and tutorials on such topics as combined, distributed, and hybrid simulation, simulation and computer graphics, process generators, and random number generation.


Transactions on Mathematical Software

As a scientific journal, TOMS documents the theoretical underpinnings of numeric, symbolic, algebraic, and geometric computing applications. It focuses on analysis and construction of algorithms and programs, and the interaction of programs and architecture. Algorithms documented in TOMS are available as the Collected Algorithms of the ACM in print, on microfiche, on disk, and online.

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As a scientific journal, TOMS documents the theoretical underpinnings of numeric, symbolic, algebraic, and geometric computing applications. It focuses on analysis and construction of algorithms and programs, and the interaction of programs and architecture. Algorithms documented in TOMS are available as the Collected Algorithms of the ACM in print, on microfiche, on disk, and online.


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Co-sponsored by ACM and the IEEE Computer Society, TON offers broad coverage of research and experience in network architecture and design, communication protocols, network software and technologies, services and applications, and network operations and management.


Transactions on Programming Languages & Systems

The purpose of the ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems (TOPLAS) is to present research results on all aspects of the design, definition, implementation, and use of programming languages and programming systems. The scope of TOPLAS includes: programming languages and their semantics; programming systems (systems to assist the programming task, such as compilers, runtime systems, and language environments); storage allocation and garbage collection; languages and methods for writing specifications; testing and verification methods; and algorithms specifically related to the implementation of language processors.

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The purpose of the ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems (TOPLAS) is to present research results on all aspects of the design, definition, implementation, and use of programming languages and programming systems. The scope of TOPLAS includes: programming languages and their semantics; programming systems (systems to assist the programming task, such as compilers, runtime systems, and language environments); storage allocation and garbage collection; languages and methods for writing specifications; testing and verification methods; and algorithms specifically related to the implementation of language processors.


Transactions on Software Engineering & Methodology

Designing and building a large, complex software system is a tremendous challenge. TOSEM publishes papers on all aspects of that challenge: specification, design, development and maintenance. It covers tools and methodologies, languages, data structures, and algorithms. TOSEM also reports on successful efforts, noting practical lessons that can be scaled and transferred to other projects, and often looks at applications of innovative technologies. The tone is scholarly but readable; the content is worthy of study; the presentation is effective.

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Designing and building a large, complex software system is a tremendous challenge. TOSEM publishes papers on all aspects of that challenge: specification, design, development and maintenance. It covers tools and methodologies, languages, data structures, and algorithms. TOSEM also reports on successful efforts, noting practical lessons that can be scaled and transferred to other projects, and often looks at applications of innovative technologies. The tone is scholarly but readable; the content is worthy of study; the presentation is effective.


EngageCSEdu

EngageCSEdu is a living collection of peer-reviewed course materials from the CS community. All materials in the collection make use of at least one evidence-based practice for engaging all students, including women and underrepresented minorities in computing.


Transactions on Cyber-Physical Systems

ACM Transactions on Cyber-Physical Systems (TCPS) is the premier journal for the publication of high-quality original research papers and survey papers that have scientific and technological understanding of the interactions of information processing, networking and physical processes. TCPS will cover the following topics: - Computation Abstractions - System Modeling and Languages - System Compositionality and Integration - Design Automation and Tool Chains - Trustworthy System Designs - Resilient and Robust System Designs - Human in the Loop The application domains covered by TCPS include, but not limited to: Healthcare, Transportation, Automotive, Avionics, Energy, Living Space, and Robotics.

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ACM Transactions on Cyber-Physical Systems (TCPS) is the premier journal for the publication of high-quality original research papers and survey papers that have scientific and technological understanding of the interactions of information processing, networking and physical processes. TCPS will cover the following topics: - Computation Abstractions - System Modeling and Languages - System Compositionality and Integration - Design Automation and Tool Chains - Trustworthy System Designs - Resilient and Robust System Designs - Human in the Loop The application domains covered by TCPS include, but not limited to: Healthcare, Transportation, Automotive, Avionics, Energy, Living Space, and Robotics.


Transactions on Social Computing

ACM Transactions on Social Computing (TSC) seeks to publish work that covers the full spectrum of social computing including theoretical, empirical, systems, and design research contributions. The editorial perspective is that social computing is fundamentally about computing systems and techniques in which users interact, directly or indirectly, with what they believe to be other users or other users contributions. TSC welcomes research employing a wide range of methods to advance the tools, techniques, understanding, and practice of social computing, including: theoretical, algorithmic, empirical, experimental, qualitative, quantitative, ethnographic, design, and engineering research. The editorial stance is that foundational algorithmic, econometric, psychological, sociological, and social science research has and will continue to have a profound influence on how social computing systems are designed, built and how they grow.

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ACM Transactions on Social Computing (TSC) seeks to publish work that covers the full spectrum of social computing including theoretical, empirical, systems, and design research contributions. The editorial perspective is that social computing is fundamentally about computing systems and techniques in which users interact, directly or indirectly, with what they believe to be other users or other users contributions. TSC welcomes research employing a wide range of methods to advance the tools, techniques, understanding, and practice of social computing, including: theoretical, algorithmic, empirical, experimental, qualitative, quantitative, ethnographic, design, and engineering research. The editorial stance is that foundational algorithmic, econometric, psychological, sociological, and social science research has and will continue to have a profound influence on how social computing systems are designed, built and how they grow.


Transactions on Privacy and Security

ACM TOPS publishes high-quality research results in the fields of information and system security and privacy. Studies addressing all aspects of these fields are welcomed, ranging from technologies, to systems and applications, to the crafting of policies. Topics of interest include: -Security Technologies -Fundamentals -Secure Systems -Privacy Methods -Security and Privacy Applications -Privacy and Security Policies

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ACM TOPS publishes high-quality research results in the fields of information and system security and privacy. Studies addressing all aspects of these fields are welcomed, ranging from technologies, to systems and applications, to the crafting of policies. Topics of interest include: -Security Technologies -Fundamentals -Secure Systems -Privacy Methods -Security and Privacy Applications -Privacy and Security Policies


Transactions on Human-Robot Interaction

ACM Transactions on Human-Robot Interaction (JHRI) aims to be the leading peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal of human-robot interaction. Publication preference is given to articles that contribute to the state of the art or advance general knowledge, have broad interest, and are written to be intelligible to a wide range of audiences. Submitted articles must achieve a high standard of scholarship. Authors must ask themselves if their research is presented well and (1) advances understanding in the field of human-robot interaction, (2) adds state-of-the-art or general information to this field, or (3) challenges existing understandings in this area of research. THRI encourages submission of well-written papers from all fields, including robotics, computer science, engineering, design, and the behavioral and social sciences. Published scholarly papers can address topics including how people interact with robots and robotic technologies, how to improve these interactions and make new kinds of interaction possible, and the effects of such interactions on organizations or society. The editors are also interested in receiving proposals for special issues on particular technical problems or that leverage research in HRI to advance other areas such as social computing, consumer behavior, health, and education.


Transactions on Internet of Things

ACM Transactions on the Internet of Things (TIOT) publishes novel research contributions and experience reports in several research domains whose synergy and interrelations enable the IoT vision. TIOT focuses on system designs, end-to-end architectures, and enabling technologies, and on publishing results and insights corroborated by a strong experimental component. Examples of topics relevant to the journal are: - Real-world applications, application designs, industrial case studies and user experiences of IoT technologies, including standardization and social acceptance - Communication networks, protocols and interoperability for IoT - IoT data analytics, machine learning, and associated Web technologies - Wearable and personal devices, including sensor technologies - Human-machine and machine-machine interactions - Edge, fog, and cloud computing architectures - Novel IoT software architectures, services, middleware as well as future Internet designs - Fusion of social and physical signals in IoT services - Non-functional properties of IoT systems, e.g., dependability, timeliness, security and privacy, robustness -Testbeds for IoT


Transactions on Computing for Healthcare

ACM Transactions on Computing for Healthcare (HEALTH) is the premier journal for the publication of high-quality original research papers, survey papers, and challenge papers that have scientific and technological results pertaining to how computing is improving healthcare. This journal is multidisciplinary, intersecting CS, ECE, mechanical engineering, bio-medical engineering, behavioral and social science, psychology, and the health field, in general. All submissions must show evidence of their contributions to the computing field as informed by healthcare. We do not publish papers on large pilot studies, diseases, or other medical assessments/results that do not have novel computing research results. Datasets and other artifacts needed to support reproducibility of results are highly encouraged. Proposals for special issues are encouraged.


ACM Transactions on Quantum Computing

ACM Transactions on Quantum Computing (TQC) publishes high-impact, original research papers and select surveys on topics in quantum computing and quantum information science. The journal targets the quantum computer science community with a focus on the theory and practice of quantum computing including but not limited to: models of quantum computing, quantum algorithms and complexity, quantum computing architecture, principles and methods of fault-tolerant quantum computation, design automation for quantum computing, quantum programming languages and systems, distributed quantum computing, quantum networking, quantum security and privacy with applications to quantum computation.


Transactions on Computational Logic

This new transactions is devoted to research concerned with all uses of logic in computer science.

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This new transactions is devoted to research concerned with all uses of logic in computer science.


Transactions on Internet Technology

ACM Transactions on Internet Technology (TOIT) is intended to be a multi-disciplinary and definitive scholarly journal on the Internet/Web foundational and application technology and on social issues and public policy for guiding the development and application of the technology

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ACM Transactions on Internet Technology (TOIT) is intended to be a multi-disciplinary and definitive scholarly journal on the Internet/Web foundational and application technology and on social issues and public policy for guiding the development and application of the technology.


Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems

Embedded computing is not just a dry academic discipline, but one informed by and reponsive to the needs of chalenging world problems. As microprocessors have grown in power and sophistication, technology trends are driving embedded system design to become more of a discipline.

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Embedded computing is not just a dry academic discipline, but one informed by and reponsive to the needs of chalenging world problems. As microprocessors have grown in power and sophistication, technology trends are driving embedded system design to become more of a discipline.


Transactions on Applied Perception

The ACM Transactions on Applied Perception (TAP) will aim to bridge the gap between perception and computer science, including the disciplines of graphics, vision, acoustics, and haptics. The scope of TAP includes applications and algorithms in any of these fields that incorporate elements of perception, and research into perceptual aspects of sensory integration. The first issue is planned for September of this year. The co-Editors-in-Chief are Erik Reinhard of the University of Central Florida and Henrich Bülthoff of the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics.

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The ACM Transactions on Applied Perception (TAP) will aim to bridge the gap between perception and computer science, including the disciplines of graphics, vision, acoustics, and haptics. The scope of TAP includes applications and algorithms in any of these fields that incorporate elements of perception, and research into perceptual aspects of sensory integration. The first issue is planned for September of this year. The co-Editors-in-Chief are Erik Reinhard of the University of Central Florida and Henrich Bülthoff of the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics.


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The TCBB is jointly published by the IEEE Computer Society, the Association for Computing Machinery, the IEEE Neural Networks Society and the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. It also is co-sponsored by the IEEE Control Systems Society.


Transactions on Algorithms

ACM Transactions on Algorithms deal with algorithms that are inherently discrete and finite, and having mathematical content in a natural way, either in the objective or in the analysis; in particular new algorithms and data structures, new and improved analyses, and complexity results. Specific areas of computation covered by the journal include combinatorial searches and objects; counting; discrete optimization and approximation; randomization; parallel and distributed computation; algorithms for graphs, geometry, arithmetic, algebra, number theory, strings; on-line analysis; cryptography; coding; data compression; learning algorithms; methods of algorithmic analysis; and discrete algorithms for application areas such as biology, economics, game theory, communication, computer systems and architecture, hardware design, and scientific computing. This area list will evolve as the research community explores new areas. In addition to original research articles TALG will include special features appearing from time to time such as invited columns and a problems section.

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ACM Transactions on Algorithms deal with algorithms that are inherently discrete and finite, and having mathematical content in a natural way, either in the objective or in the analysis; in particular new algorithms and data structures, new and improved analyses, and complexity results. Specific areas of computation covered by the journal include combinatorial searches and objects; counting; discrete optimization and approximation; randomization; parallel and distributed computation; algorithms for graphs, geometry, arithmetic, algebra, number theory, strings; on-line analysis; cryptography; coding; data compression; learning algorithms; methods of algorithmic analysis; and discrete algorithms for application areas such as biology, economics, game theory, communication, computer systems and architecture, hardware design, and scientific computing. This area list will evolve as the research community explores new areas. In addition to original research articles TALG will include special features appearing from time to time such as invited columns and a problems section.


Transactions on Sensor Networks

The ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks (TOSN) covers results in the research and applications of distributed, wireless or wireline sensor and actuator networks. As an interdisciplinary field, sensor networks draw upon many disciplines including signal processing, networking and protocols, embedded systems, information management, and distributed algorithms. The areas covered by this journal include, but are not limited to: Applications of sensor and actuator networks; Data storage and query processing; Distributed and collaborative signal processing; Energy and resource management; Fault tolerance and diagnostics; Foundations of sensor networks; Information theory, coding and compression; In-network processing and aggregation; Learning of models from data; Location, time and other infrastructure establishment services; Low-power hardware design; Mobile or actuator systems; Modeling of systems and physical environments; Network protocols, coverage, connectivity, and longevity; Programming models and languages; Sensor fusion and distributed inference; Security, privacy, and data integrity; Scheduling, sensor tasking and control; Simulation tools and environments; and System architectures and operating systems.

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The ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks (TOSN) covers results in the research and applications of distributed, wireless or wireline sensor and actuator networks. As an interdisciplinary field, sensor networks draw upon many disciplines including signal processing, networking and protocols, embedded systems, information management, and distributed algorithms. The areas covered by this journal include, but are not limited to: Applications of sensor and actuator networks; Data storage and query processing; Distributed and collaborative signal processing; Energy and resource management; Fault tolerance and diagnostics; Foundations of sensor networks; Information theory, coding and compression; In-network processing and aggregation; Learning of models from data; Location, time and other infrastructure establishment services; Low-power hardware design; Mobile or actuator systems; Modeling of systems and physical environments; Network protocols, coverage, connectivity, and longevity; Programming models and languages; Sensor fusion and distributed inference; Security, privacy, and data integrity; Scheduling, sensor tasking and control; Simulation tools and environments; and System architectures and operating systems.


Transactions on Multimedia Computing, Communications and Applications

TOMM covers multimedia computing (I/O devices, OS, storage systems, streaming media middleware, continuous media representations, media coding, media processing, etc.), multimedia communications (real-time protocols, end-to-end streaming media, resource allocation, multicast protocols, etc.), and multimedia applications (databases, distributed collaboration, video conferencing, 3D virtual environments, etc.).

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TOMM covers multimedia computing (I/O devices, OS, storage systems, streaming media middleware, continuous media representations, media coding, media processing, etc.), multimedia communications (real-time protocols, end-to-end streaming media, resource allocation, multicast protocols, etc.), and multimedia applications (databases, distributed collaboration, video conferencing, 3D virtual environments, etc.).


Transactions on Storage

The ACM Transactions on Storage (TOS) covers research contributions that introduce new concepts, techniques, analyses, architectures, devices, as well as applied contributions that report on development of new tools and systems or experiences and experiments with high-impact, innovative applications. It include: Sstorage systems architecture, design, and validation; Storage networking; Storage resource management; Replication, backup, and recovery; Operating system and application support; Information lifecycle management (ILM); Storage media and devices; and Theory.

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The ACM Transactions on Storage (TOS) covers covers research contributions that introduce new concepts, techniques, analyses, architectures, devices, as well as applied contributions that report on development of new tools and systems or experiences and experiments with high-impact, innovative applications. It include: Sstorage systems architecture, design, and validation; Storage networking; Storage resource management; Replication, backup, and recovery; Operating system and application support; Information lifecycle management (ILM); Storage media and devices; and Theory.