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The 2^6-th anniversary of Masami Hagiya: Twin special issues from New Generation Computing

The 2^6-th anniversary of Masami Hagiya: Twin special issues from New Generation Computing

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Submission Deadline: 01-07-2021
Journal Impact Score: 1.16
Journal Name: New Generation Computing
Publisher: New Generation Computing
Journal & Submission Website: https://www.springer.com/journal/354

Special Issue Call for Papers

Programming should be the pivotal theme of research by Prof. Dr. Masami Hagiya. That is to say, he has been devoting himself to the quest for reasonable and understandable descriptions of algorithms that not only achieve their goals efficiently but are actually implementable. The implementability matters particularly in the use of unconventional media that have not been under satisfactory understanding and control of ourselves, such as molecules. In addition to significant research outcomes, he has also created, maintained, and improved various sorts of opportunities for succeeding generations through teaching, supervision, and venues for scientific publications. New Generation Computing (NGC) is one of such fruits of his commitment. It was established in 1983 in Japan and has been developing steadily as a venue for outstanding research articles from all over the world. As an editor-in-chief, he put NGC into a firm orbit of success, on which the journal is about to mark the fifth decade. He shall turn 26 in September 2021, and we wish to celebrate this anniversary by twin special issues on programming in-silico, in-vitro, and in-vivo from NGC.

The two special issues of NGC thus solicit papers on programming languages and molecular programming, respectively, according to the following common schedule:

Paper submission due   July 1st, 2021Author notiftcation   Oct. 1st, 2021Revision Period   Feb. 1st, 2022Publication   May 2022

Manuscripts should be prepared according to the following guideline of NGC:https://www.springer.com/journal/354/submission-guidelines

All contributions will be subject to a rigorous peer-review process. We anticipate a bound of 25 pages on the length of the paper (in the standard LaTeX style of the NGC retrievable from the above link), but please contact us if more pages are needed.

Part 1 (Programming and Reasoning)

Guest Editor   Shin-ya Nishizaki (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)

Scope   The following topics are especially welcome, but this part is broadly open to all aspects of program- ming and reasoning, including but not limited to them:

Part 2 (Molecular Programming)

Guest Editor   Shinnosuke Seki (University of Electro-Communications, Japan)

Scope   The following topics are particularly welcomed, but this part is not limited to them but widely accepts every facet of molecular programming:

Papers on DNA computing are also welcome, but mere applications of the Adleman’s original principle for solving an NP-hard problem in polynomial time shall not be given any serious consideration.

Contact   Shinnosuke Seki (University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo, Japan, [email protected])

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