The Core Print Publication Package

The Core Print Package includes print subscriptions to the following publications:

Magazines

  • ACM Inroads (quarterly)
  • Communications of the ACM (monthly)
  • interactions (bimonthly)
  • Computing Reviews (monthly)

Journals

  • Computing Surveys (quarterly)
  • Journal of the ACM (bimonthly)
  • Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage (annual print, quarterly online)
  • Journal on Data and Information Quality (quarterly)
  • Journal of Emerging Technologies in Computing (quarterly)
  • Journal of Experimental Algorithmics* (quarterly)

Transactions (quarterly unless indicated)

  • Accessible Computing
  • Algorithms
  • Applied Perception
  • Architecture and Code Optimization
  • Asian and Low-Resource Language Information Processing (formerly Asian Language Information Processing)
  • Autonomous and Adaptive Systems
  • Computational Biology and Bioinformatics
  • Computational Logic
  • Computation Theory
  • Computer-Human Interaction
  • Computer Systems
  • Computing Education (formerly JERIC)
  • Database Systems
  • Design Automation of Electronic Systems
  • Economics and Computation
  • Embedded Computing Systems
  • Graphics
  • Privacy and Security (formerly Information and Systems Security)
  • Information Systems
  • Intelligent Systems and Technology
  • Interactive Intelligent Systems
  • Internet Technology
  • Knowledge Discovery from Data
  • Mathematical Software
  • Management Information Systems
  • Modeling and Computer Simulation
  • Multimedia Computing, Communications, and Applications
  • Networking
  • Parallel Computing
  • Programming Languages and Systems
  • Reconfigurable Technology and Systems (bimonthly)
  • Sensor Networks
  • Software Engineering and Methodology
  • Audio, Speech and Language Processing (formerly Speech and Language Processing)*
  • Storage
  • Web

*online only

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