The Computer Journal, published in cooperation with OUP, is one of the longest-established journals serving all branches of the academic computer science community. It publishes high-quality papers and review articles and the latest ideas in computer science in four sections.
Section A: Computer Science Theory, Methods and Tools publishes the more general computer science papers, including high quality research papers, review articles and special issues in 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 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.
Section D: Security in Computer Systems and Networks builds on theory, experience and capabilities from all areas of computer science, including hardware, cryptography, algorithms, computer science theory, networked and distributed systems and machine intelligence, to develop smart methods and tools that assure the security and resilience of computers, data, computer systems and networks, to improve the trust and reliability that one needs to associate with information technology.
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