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Scalable Computing and Communications

Scalable Computing and Communications

Editor-in-Chief: Albert Y. Zomaya

ISSN: 2364-9496 (electronic version)

Journal no. 41122

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Scalable Computing and Communications is a peer-reviewed, archival journal devoted to  state-of-the-art scalable computations and communications at the component, software, hardware, and system levels.
  • Consolidates a wide range of research activities dealing with scalability matters
  • Promotes collaboration between entities and resources, a necessity for complex scientific, industrial, and business applications.
  • Addresses scalability in areas such as circuit and component design, software, operating systems, networking and mobile computing, cloud computing, computational grids, peer-to-peer systems, and high-performance computing.
  • Targets applications to include weather forecasting, computational biology, telemedicine, drug synthesis, vehicular technology, design and fabrication, finance, and simulations.

Scalable Computing and Communications is a peer-reviewed, archival journal devoted to  state-of-the-art scalable computations and communications at the component, software, hardware, and system levels. The journal aims to consolidate the numerous research activities dealing with scalability in areas such as circuit and component design, software, operating systems, networking and mobile computing, cloud computing, computational grids, peer-to-peer systems, and high-performance computing.

 

The journal will consider high-quality research from general fields of computer sciences, information sciences, and information engineering, providing a multi- and inter-disciplinary venue for scalability issues. The topics presented will be a valuable resource to researchers and practitioners who apply scalable computing in their respective domains, such as biology, chemistry, medicine, mechanics, materials science, and all fields of engineering.  Scalability topics dealing with sustainable computing, energy efficiency, energy-intelligence, power-aware, and thermal-aware computing will also be considered.

 

The journal publishes original research papers, survey articles, and various commentaries on published papers that are within the scope of the journal, as well as essays on current scalability issues.

 

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Scalable wireless communications

Scalability in networking infrastructures

Scalable  databases

Scalable evolutionary computing

Scalable cyber infrastructures

Smart Grid computing

Smart City Computing

Embedded Systems

Circuits and component design

Multi-core and many core computing

Parallel, distributed and high performance simulation

Autonomic computing

Cluster computing and data center computing

Grid computing and e-Science

Cloud computing

Workflow computing

Green computing and energy-aware computing

Volunteer computing and peer to peer computing

Pervasive computing, mobile computing and sensor networking

Service computing, Internet computing and Web based computing

Data centric computing and data intensive computing

Unconventional computation

Big Data Applications

Scalable Algorithms

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    Scalable Computing and Communications is a peer-reviewed, archival journal devoted to  state-of-the-art scalable computations and communications at the component, software, hardware, and system levels. The journal aims to consolidate the numerous research activities dealing with scalability in areas such as circuit and component design, software, operating systems, networking and mobile computing, cloud computing, computational grids, peer-to-peer systems, and high-performance computing.

    The journal will consider high-quality research from general fields of computer sciences, information sciences, and information engineering, providing a multi- and inter-disciplinary venue for scalability issues. The topics presented will be a valuable resource to researchers and practitioners who apply scalable computing in their respective domains, such as biology, chemistry, medicine, mechanics, materials science, and all fields of engineering.  Scalability topics dealing with sustainable computing, energy efficiency, energy-intelligence, power-aware, and thermal-aware computing will also be considered.

    The journal publishes original research papers, survey articles, and various commentaries on published papers that are within the scope of the journal, as well as essays on current scalability issues.

    Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

    Scalable wireless communications

    Scalability in networking infrastructures

    Scalable  databases

    Scalable evolutionary computing

    Scalable cyber infrastructures

    Smart Grid computing

    Smart City Computing

    Embedded Systems

    Circuits and component design

    Multi-core and many core computing

    Parallel, distributed and high performance simulation

    Autonomic computing

    Cluster computing and data center computing

    Grid computing and e-Science

    Cloud computing

    Workflow computing

    Green computing and energy-aware computing

    Volunteer computing and peer to peer computing

    Pervasive computing, mobile computing and sensor networking

    Service computing, Internet computing and Web based computing

    Data centric computing and data intensive computing

    Unconventional computation

    Big Data Applications

    Scalable Algorithms

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