Calls for Papers
Special Theme Issues
IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications is seeking papers for the following theme issues:
- Visual Computing and the Progress of Developing Countries
- High Performance Visualization and Analysis
- Quality Assessment and Perception in Computer Graphics
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IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications magazine invites original articles on the theory and practice of computer graphics. Topics for suitable articles might range from specific algorithms to full system implementations in areas such as modeling, rendering, animation, information and scientific visualization, HCI/user interfaces, novel applications, hardware architectures, haptics, and visual and augmented reality systems. We also seek tutorials and survey articles.
Articles should be up to 10 magazine pages in length with no more than 10 figures or images, where a page is approximately 750 words and figures and images count for 200 words each. Please limit the number of references to the most relevant. Also consider providing background materials in sidebars for nonexpert readers.
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