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TOPLAS (Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems)

The purpose of ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems (TOPLAS) is to present research results on all aspects of the design, definition, implementation, and use of programming languages and programming systems. The scope of TOPLAS includes: programming languages and their semantics; programming systems (systems to assist the programming task, such as compilers, runtime systems, and language environments); storage allocation and garbage collection; languages and methods for writing specifications; testing and verification methods; and algorithms specifically related to the implementation of language processors.

TOIT (Transactions on Internet Technology)

ACM Transactions on Internet Technology (TOIT) brings together many computing disciplines including computer software engineering, computer programming languages, middleware, database management, security, knowledge discovery and data mining, networking and distributed systems, communications, performance and scalability etc. TOIT will cover the results and roles of the individual disciplines and the relationships among them.


A practical publication that frames and defines the technical problems and challenges that loom ahead, helping readers to sharpen their own thinking and pursue innovative solutions.
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;login: The USENIX Magazine It features technical articles on a wide range of topics, book reviews, reports on standards activities, summaries of USENIX conferences and other conferences of interest to computer professionals, and news about USENIX and SAGE.
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Dr. Dobb's Journal Software tools for the professional programmer.
Online at: http://www.ddj.com.
IBM Systems Journal

The IBM Systems Journal is a quarterly, refereed technical publication, featuring the work of authors from systems and software fields in information science and the computer industry. The papers are written for a technically aware readership in the software, systems, and services professional community worldwide: technical professionals, researchers, and users. Each paper is peer-reviewed for content, currency, and value by recognized experts in the field. Submissions by knowledgeable authors are welcome from all sources.
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