New print and online journals from assoc. for computing machinery.
Launched in July, Transactions on Applied Perception is a new quarterly journal whose purpose is to further the development of research in the Interaction between perception and computer science disciplines such as graphics, vision, acoustics, multimodal rendering, sensory integration and haptics. The first issue includes articles on creating composites, new human-computer interaction techniques and using motion in an interface.
Also to be published quarterly, Transactions on Sensor Networks publishes results in the research and applications of distributed, wireless or wireline sensor and actuator networks. Editorial includes information on the application of sensor networks, data storage, energy and resource management, fault tolerance and diagnostics, mobile systems, security, system architectures and simulation tools.
ACM Computers in Entertainment is a quarterly online magazine that carries research papers and articles about online games, CD-ROM software, CGI movies, interactive TV, virtual reality, animatronics, and related entertainment technologies. Initial issues focus on the theme "Educating Children through Entertainment" and include information on education and computer games, theories and applications, as well as interviews with industry executives. An annual compilation of issues will be available on a digital video disc as part of the annual $40 subscription.
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|Title Annotation:||Association for Computing Machinery|
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|Date:||Sep 30, 2004|
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