The Journal of Visual Languages and Computing is a forum for researchers, practitioners, and developers to exchange ideas and results for the advancement of visual languages and its implication to the art of computing.

The journal publishes research papers, state-of-the-art surveys, and review articles in all aspects of visual languages.

Research areas:

  • Visual languages
  • Visual programming
  • Human–machine interface design
  • Multimedia communications
  • Pictorial databases
  • Pictorial information systems
  • Information retrieval systems and algorithms
  • Cognitive aspects of human–machine systems
  • Human vision systems and models
  • Visualization of computational processes
  • Large-scale scientific computing
  • Parallel/distributed/neural computing and representations for visual information processing
  • Advanced applications in geographic information systems
  • Pictorial archiving and communication systems
  • Biomedical imagery
  • Industrial automation
  • Computer animation
  • Computer-assisted visual arts
  • Database coverage includes Current Contents/Engineering, Computing and Technology; INSPEC; Research Alert; and the Science Citation Index.
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Call for Papers

Papers are required for an upcoming Special Issue on Formal Methods for Visual Interaction.

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