Publication Date: 1971-
Computing Surveys, a journal published by ACM, the Association for Computing Machinery, publishes surveys, tutorials, and special reports on all areas of computing research. Volumes are published yearly in four issues appearing in March, June, September, and December.
Computer, the flagship publication of the IEEE Computer Society, publishes peer-reviewed technical content that covers all aspects of computer science, computer engineering, technology, and applications. The articles selected for publication are edited to enhance readability for the general Computer reader. Computer is a resource that practitioners, researchers, and managers can rely on to provide timely information about current research developments, trends, best practices, and changes in the profession.
CGW explores how leading-edge graphics techniques, including the 3D modeling, animation and visualization are used in such applications as CAD/CAM/CAE, architecture, scientific visualization, special effects, digital video, film, and interactive entertainment.
The Computer Journal is one of the longest-established journals serving all branches of the academic computer science community. It is currently published in four sections: Section A: Computer Science, Methods and Tools publishes high quality research papers, review articles and special issues in all computer science topics other than those covered in Section B. Topics for inclusion in Section A may include areas such as theory, algorithms, software engineering, data structures, and complexity; Section B: Networks and Computer Systems focuses on the latest ideas and research in computer systems and networks. This section is for researchers involved in the latest developments in topics such as architectures, mobile and wireless computing, network protocols, security, reliability and performance optimisation. In addition to research papers, this section will also publish commissioned reviews and special issues; Section C: Computational Intelligence builds builds on artificial intelligence, robotics and machine intelligence to develop smart methods and tools that solve challenging problems in areas such as data mining, image processing, knowledge-based systems and the semantic web; A fourth section, launched in 2011, is: Section D: Security in Computer Systems and Networks
An online, peer-reviewed, practitioner's journal from EDUCAUSE about managing and using information resources in higher education. EQ is published in an online-only format with multimedia (graphics, live links, audio, and video) and community-building applications that enhance the magazine’s value. Beyond the content, you’ll be able to experience and interact with information and others in the community in more engaging ways, all while adopting a more environmentally sustainable approach. EQ readers are generally individuals involved in diverse areas professionally on campus, including administrative computer services, information systems development, user services, telecommunications and networking, academic computer services, institutional research and planning, database administration and data administration, and instructional technology development and coordination. Most readers are central IT organization staff, but the readership includes individuals who work in campus libraries, institutional research and planning offices, central administration and academic offices, academic department libraries, institutional research offices, and administrative and academic offices.
An international forum for scientists and engineers involved in all aspects of computer science and technology Promotes insight and understanding of the state of the art, and trends in technology Presents new research, and selected conference papers Coverage includes algorithm and computational complexity; computer architecture and high performance computing; distributed and grid computing; human-computer interaction; information security; pattern recognition and image processing; VLSI design and testing; artificial intelligence; dependable computing, and more.
The Journal of the ACM (JACM) provides coverage of the most significant work going on in computer science, broadly construed. It is a peer-reviewed journal, published six times a year by ACM. We publish original research papers of lasting value in computer science. To be accepted, a paper must be judged to be truly outstanding in its field and to be of interest to a wide audience. We are particularly interested in work at the boundaries, both the boundaries of subdisciplines of computer science and the boundaries between computer science and other fields.