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Scientific and technical content published by the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) including journals, conference proceedings, technical standards, eBooks, plus a subset of IEEE online educational courses and tutorials (up to 31 October 2014).
Peer-reviewed research journals covering all subject areas.
Computing and Visualization in Science by SpringerISSN 1432-9360 eISSN 1433-0369
Online via SpringerLink
Devoted to computational science and published pioneering methods and applications that help solve complex problems. Areas covered in the journal include: mathematical modelling and analysis of model systems, numerical methods and algorithms, development of simulation software, optimisation and control, parallel computing, visualisation and image analysis, computational physics and chemistry, structural mechanics, fluid dynamics, environmental sciences, computation and biosciences and medicine, modelling and computation in engineering.
Publication Date: 1997-
IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer GraphicsISSN 1077-2626
Online via IEEE Xplore Library.
A monthly ournal that publishes research on subjects related to computer graphics and visualization techniques, systems, software, hardware and user interface issues. Other subjects include: flow visualization, multivariate visualization, modeling and surfaces, rendering, animation, user interfaces, visual progranuning and applications.
Publication Date: 1995-
Information Visualization by SAGE PublicationsISSN 1473-8716
Online via SAGE Journals
International, peer-reviewed journal. Of interest to computer scientists and data analysts who work with information visualization. Acts as a dedicated forum for the theories, methodologies, techniques and evaluations of information visualization and its applications.
Publication Date: 2011-
Journal of Computational and Graphical StatisticsISSN 1061-8600 eISSN 1537-2715
Online via Taylor & Francis
Presents techniques on improving and extending the use of computational and graphical methods in statistics and data analysis. Publishes cutting-edge research, data, surveys, and more on numerical graphical displays and methods, and perception. Articles are written for readers who have a strong background in statistics, but may not necessarily be expert in computing.
Publication Date: 1997-
Journal of Visual Communication and Image Representation by ElsevierISSN 1047-3203
Online via ScienceDirect
The field of visual communication and image representation is considered in its broadest sense and covers both digital and analog aspects as well as processing and communication in biological visual systems. Research areas include: image scanning, sampling and tessellation, image representation by partial information, local and global schemes of image representation, analog and digital image processing, fractals and mathematical morphology, image understanding and scene analysis, deterministic and stochastic image modeling, visual data reduction and compression, image coding and video communication, biological and medical imaging, early processing in biological visual systems, psychophysical analysis of visual perception, astronomical and geophysical imaging, visualization of nonlinear natural phenomena, real-time imaging.