Journal of the Brazilian Computer Society
The Journal of the Brazilian Computer Society (JBCS) is an international journal which serves as a forum for disseminating innovative research in all fields of computer science and related subjects. Contents include theoretical, practical and experimental papers reporting original research contributions, as well as high quality survey papers. Coverage extends to all computer science topics, computer systems development and formal and theoretical aspects of computing, including computer architecture; high-performance computing; database management and information retrieval; computational biology; computer graphics; data visualization; image and video processing; VLSI design and software-hardware codesign; embedded systems; geoinformatics; artificial intelligence; games, entertainment and virtual reality; natural language processing and much more.
11 Volumes 38 Issues 258 Articles available from 2004 - 2014Browse Volumes & Issues
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- Journal of the Brazilian Computer Society
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- Volume 10 / 2004 - Volume 20 / 2014
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