IEEE TC Special Issue on Computer Arithmetic - July 2000
Submission deadline: September 1, 1999.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Original manuscripts are sought for a special issue of the IEEE
Transactions on Computers on computer arithmetic. The special
issue is scheduled for July 2000. Topics of interest are recent
advances in all aspects of computer arithmetic, including, but not
limited to the following topics:
Manuscripts should be submitted electronically (in postscript
format) through /ece/koren/sp-issue, no later
than September 1, 1999.
- Foundations of number systems and arithmetic;
- Arithmetic processor design and implementation;
- Arithmetic algorithms and their analysis;
- Highly parallel arithmetic units and systems;
- New floating point chips, boards and systems;
- Standards for number representation and arithmetic;
- Impact of high level languages on arithmetic systems;
- Special function implementation;
- Applications of computer arithmetic:
Cryptography, DSP, data compression, etc.
Papers for the special issue are no longer accepted.
In addition, a signed IEEE copyright transfer
form should be mailed to one of the guest editors.
If you are unable to submit your paper electronically you may send six
copies of the manuscript to one of the two guest editors before
September 1, 1999.
All papers must conform to the usual IEEE-TC submission requirements
with total length, including figures and tables, not to exceed 35
double-spaced pages (see ``Information for Authors'' on the inside
cover of the Transactions or at the Computer Society website at
Papers should be of high quality and in final form that will not
require major revisions, since this special issue is under a
schedule. Submitted manuscripts must not have been previously
published or currently submitted for publication elsewhere.
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