The Journal of Supercomputing
is an archival technical journal publishing theoretical, practical, tutorial and
survey papers on all aspects of supercomputing. The papers published generally
fall into areas such as technology, architecture and systems, algorithms,
languages and programs, performance measures and methods, and applications. The
tutorial and survey papers are intended for workers and students in the fields
associated with and employing advanced computer systems. Letters to the Editor
are also published, especially in areas relating to policy, succinct statements
of paradoxes, intuitively puzzling results, partial results and real needs.
The theoretical and practical papers in specific areas are advanced, in-depth
treatments describing new developments and new ideas. Each such paper contains
an introduction summarizing prior, directly pertinent work that is useful for
the reader to understand, in order to appreciate the advances being described.