Digital Library Core Package

Subscriptions

The Digital Core Package consists of subscriptions to all ACM journals and magazines, both in print and online, including an archive from the 1950’s forward (where available).

All ACM journals and magazines:

Communications of the ACM

Computers in Entertainment*

Computing Reviews (print only)

Computing Surveys

Inroads

intelligence (archives only)

interactions

International Journal on Very Large Databases*

Journal of the ACM

Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage

Journal on Data and Information Quality

Journal on Educational Resources in Computing (archives only - see Transactions on Computing Education)

Journal of Emerging Technologies in Computing

Journal of Experimental Algorithmics*

Journal of Personal and Ubiquitous Computing

Linux Journal*


Transactions on:

Accessible Computing

Algorithms

Applied Perception

Architecture and Code Optimization

Asian and Low-Resource Language Information Processing

Asian Language Information Processing  (final issue December 2014)

Autonomous and Adaptive Systems

Computational Biology and Bio Informatics

Computational Logic

Computation Theory

Computer-Human Interaction

Computer Systems

Computing Education

Database Systems

Design Automation of Electronic Systems

Economics and Computation

Embedded Computing Systems

Graphics

Information and Systems Security

Information Systems

Intelligent Systems and Technology

Interactive Intelligent Systems

Internet Technology

Knowledge Discovery from Data

Management Information Systems

Mathematical Software

Modeling and Computer Simulation

Multimedia Computing, Communications, &

Applications

Networking

Parallel Computing

Programming Languages and Systems

Reconfigurable Technology and Systems

Sensor Networks

Software Engineering and Methodology

Storage

Web

*online only

 

 

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