IEEE Letters of the Computer Society
IEEE Letters of the Computer Society (LOCS) is a rigorously peer-reviewed forum for rapid publication of brief articles describing high-impact results in all areas of interest to the IEEE Computer Society.
From Issue #2 (July-December 2018)
The TENNLab Exploratory Neuromorphic Computing Framework
By James S. Plank, Catherine D. Schuman, Grant Bruer, Mark E. Dean, and Garrett S. Rose
Topics include, but are not limited to:
- software engineering and design;
- information technology;
- software for IoT, embedded, and cyberphysical systems;
- cybersecurity and secure computing;
- autonomous systems;
- machine intelligence;
- parallel and distributed software and algorithms;
- programming environments and languages;
- computer graphics and visualization;
- services computing;
- databases and data-intensive computing;
- cloud computing and enterprise systems;
- hardware and software test technology.
Editorials and Announcements
Darrell Long, University of California, Santa Cruz
Dirk Duellmann, CERN
Dan Feng, Huazhong University of Science and Technology
Gary Grider - Los Alamos National Laboratory
Kanchi Gopinath - Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore
James Hughes, University of California, Santa Cruz
Katia Obraczka - University of California, Santa Cruz
Mubashir Husain Rehmani - Cork Institute of Technology
Thomas Johannes Emil Schwarz - Marquette University
Marc Shapiro - Sorbonne-Université–LIP6 & Inria
Kwang Mong Sim - Shenzhen University
Yulai Xie, Huazhong University of Science and Technology
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NEW MOPC POLICY: For new submissions effective 15 May 2018, the fee to publish pages in excess of the regular paper limit of four pages will change from $200/page to $220/page.