NASA Office of Logic Design

NASA Office of Logic Design

A scientific study of the problems of digital engineering for space flight systems,
with a view to their practical solution.

2003 MAPLD International Conference

Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center
Washington, D.C.

September 9-11, 2003

Scope of the Journal of Aerospace Computing, Information, and Communication

This Journal is devoted to the applied science and engineering of aerospace computing, information, and communication. Original archival research papers are sought which include significant scientific and technical knowledge and concepts. The Journal publishes qualified papers in areas such as real-time systems, computational techniques, embedded systems, communication systems, networking, software engineering, software reliability, systems engineering, signal processing, data fusion, computer architecture, high-performance computing systems and software, expert systems, sensor systems, intelligent systems, and human-computer interfaces. Articles are sought which demonstrate the application of recent research in computing, information, and communications technology to a wide range of practical aerospace engineering problems.

The journal will include letters/notes, papers, and invited surveys. All articles will be peer reviewed by an Editorial Board, to allow rapid dissemination. The journal will be electronic (on Web) only and published "continuously." This journal will include multimedia content (such as videos, audio, web links), and will not have the page limitations of traditional journals.

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