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Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS)

The first LNCS volume was published in 1973. See what happened since the series' early days.

#LNCSMilestone - 10,000 volumes published

Can you believe it? The 10,000th publication in Lecture Notes in Computer Science is now available on SpringerLink!

We at Springer congratulate all those who have worked to make this milestone possible. Thank you!

Celebrate with us and feel free to share this fun little video. Download the infographic and learn more about the series and its family members.

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Infographic: LNCS Facts  Video: A trip through LNCS' history
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Visit the LNCS website! Lecture Notes in Computer Science is a distinguished conference proceedings series publishing the latest research developments in all areas of computer science – quickly, informally and at a high level. LNCS annually publishes more than 600 volumes and 20,000 papers by 45,000 authors.

Together with its subseries LNAI & LNBI, LNCS volumes are indexed in the ISI Conference Proceedings Citation Index, Scopus, EI Engineering Index, Google Scholar, DBLP, etc.