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Computer Science | Aims and Scope: Frontiers of Computer Science

Aims and Scope: Frontiers of Computer Science

Frontiers of Computer Science aims to provide a forum for the publication of peer-reviewed papers to promote rapid communication and exchange between computer scientists. The journal publishes research papers and review articles in a wide range of topics, including the following topics: system software and software engineering, database techniques and massive data processing, computer architecture and high performance computing, programming theory, methodology and languages, formal languages and automata, formal semantics and program correctness, algorithm analysis and design, computability and computational complexity, artificial intelligence and pattern recognition, computer vision and perception, multi-agent theory and distributed intelligence, machine learning and automated reasoning, knowledge discovery and data mining, computational linguistics and machine translation, Chinese information processing, computer graphics, computer animation and virtual reality, computer aided design and engineering, internet, wireless network and sensor network, semantic Web and description logic, Web mining and social computing, Internet of things and cloud computing, trustworthy software and dependable computing, green software and sustainable system design, information security and cryptography, multimedia techniques and intelligent HMI, finance information processing, quantum information processing and bioinformatics, etc. The journal especially encourages papers from new emerging and multidisciplinary areas, as well as papers reflecting the international trends of research and development and on special topics reporting progress made by Chinese computer scientists.