Aims & Scope
The KIPS Transactions on Computer and Communication Systems is an official journal of the Korea Information Processing Society(KIPS). It is committed to publishing high-quality papers on the state-of-the-art of computer and communication system research. Theoretical research resenting new techniques, concepts, or analyses, and application contributions describing experiences and experiments with working systems are published. The topics covered by the journal include, but are not limited to: - Computer Systems & Theory: computer systems and practices, computer architecture, real-time system, embedded system, operating system(OS), real-time OS, compiler, programming language, computing theory, algorithm, VLSI systems, computer-aided design (CAD), CAD algorithm, computer-aided manufacture (CAM), performance evaluation - Parallel/Distributed Computing: parallel/distributed computing systems and practices parallel/distributed computer architecture and algorithm, parallel/distributed computing and tools, grid computing, cloud omputing, utility computing, cluster computing, network and interprocessor communication, multicore processor, heterogeneous computing, fault-tolerance systems - Communication Systems: communication systems and practices, communication theory, computer networks, wireless/mobile communication networks, ubiquitous sensor networks, RFID systems, communication/netowrk services, network operations and management, network architecture, broadband networks - Ubiquitous and Mobile Computing: algorithmic paradigms, models and analysis of ubiquitous computing systems, mobile computing systems and services, positioning and tracking technologies, context-aware computing, location-based services, smart spaces and intelligent environments - Information Security: information security and practices, system security, network security, dependable systems, privacy security, tools for secure information, methods for development and assessment of trustworthy systems, analysis of vulnerabilities and attacks, secure operating systems and applications, security issues in wireless networks, and cryptology.