The 2018 Clarivate Analytics Journal Citation Reports reveals the impact factors of Computer Society titles.
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2 August 2019 — Clarivate Analytics has released the 2018 Journal Citation Reports (JCR), and several IEEE Computer Society titles’ impact factors have increased significantly.
In fact, the IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence (TPAMI)’s impact factor jumped by 87.5 percent from 9.455 in 2017 to 17.73 in 2018, giving it the highest impact factor of all Computer Society publications and the highest impact factor among its competitors.
Why TPAMI Is One of Top Journals in Computer Science
Sven Dickinson, editor in chief of TPAMI, commented on this success: “I’m thrilled to see the jump in TPAMI’s impact factor, reflecting both the growing surge of interest in computer vision and machine learning research, and our community’s high regard for TPAMI as an elite research venue for such research. TPAMI has become one of the very top journals in all of computer science.”
Impact Factors of Other Computer Society Publications
Other increased impact factors for Computer Society titles include:
IEEE Transactions on Dependable and Secure Computing (TDSC): 6.404, up from 4.41 in 2017
IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing (TAC): 6.288, up from 4.585 in 2017
IEEE Transactions on Services Computing (TSC): 5.707, up from 4.418 in 2017
IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computing (TETC): 4.989, up from 3.626 in 2017
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (TSE): 4.778, up from 3.331 in 2017
IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering (TKDE): 4.561, up from 2.775 in 2017
IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing (TMC): 4.474, up from 4.098 in 2017
IEEE Intelligent Systems: 4.464, up from 2.596 in 2017
Computer: 3.564, up from 1.94 in 2017
IEEE MultiMedia: 3.556, up from 1.898 in 2017
These increased impact factors underscore the quality and popularity of the IEEE Computer Society’s portfolio of publications. Learn more about all of our titles here.