Below is a list of web-based journals, accessible to anyone. These publications
provide in-depth articles on aspects of Computers/Computer Science or related
areas. Most consider themselves to be scholarly journals
and are structured to resemble traditional printed journals. However, as
electronic journals, they may not have established the same peer-review
processes that traditional printed journals incorporate.
Chicago Journal of Theoretical Compter Science - By its own account, this is a peer-reviewed journal that concerns itself with theoretical computer science. . It is hosted by the University of Chicago. The Editor in Chief is a professor of Computer Science at the University.
Crossroads: The International ACM Student Magazine is a student run publication of the ACM which covers articles relating to many aspects of computer science. Articles are reviewed by student editors and faculty experts.
D-Lib Forum is a monthly
magazine that focuses on innovation and research in digital libraries.
Although it refers to itself as a magazine, articles are lengthy and generally
include extensive bibliographies. Most members of the magazine's "advisory
board" are from academia.
The Electronic Journal of
Combinatorics - By its own account, this is a peer-reviewed journal
that covers the areas of discrete mathematics, including combinatorics,
graph theory, and discrete algorithms. Both research articles and general
interest articles are included.
of Functional and Logic Programming - This is a peer-reviewed
journal published by the MIT Press. This journal covers the theoretical
foundations of functional and logic programming up to the application
of such languages ``in the real world.''
of Research of the National Institute of Standards and Technology
This peer-reviewed journal reports on NIST research in the areas of the
physical sciences, engineering and computer science, which the NIST is
active in. Papers emphasize measurement methodology and the basic technology
Ubiquity - An ACM IT magazine and forum, this publication comes from the Association for Computing Machinery which seeks to provide a forum for community discussions among professionals in the Information Technology arena.