Computer Languages, Systems and Structures
Comput Lang Syst Struct
The purpose of the Journal is to publish both articles presenting original work and also review articles, on programming languages, systems, structures, and theories. The objective is to concentrate on advances in programming language theory, as well as infrastructure developments still under investigation, such as those related to the Internet. The topics to be included are syntax, parsing, compilers, complexities, computability, semantics, automatic programming languages, special purpose languages, programming theories, programming documentation, memory management, micro programming, process control programming, real-time programming, programming for interactive systems, streaming methods, Internet surfing technologies, composite hypermedia, server management, routing technique architecture, scalable internet communication services, on-line economic systems for Internet resource allocation, bottleneck detection, adaptive network services, mobile computing techniques, network protocol development, distributed computer languages, cluster based network services, Web hosting services, and so forth. In all these languages, systems and structures, only the theory of algorithmic and infrastructure systems, and structures, but no particular or specialized uses or applications, are appropriate. Former title: Computer Languages.
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