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Transactions on Modeling and Computer Simulation
The ACM Transactions on Modeling and Computer Simulation (TOMACS) provides a single archival source for the publication of high-quality research and developmental results referring to all phases of the modeling and simulation life cycle. The subjects of emphasis are discrete event simulation, combined discrete and continuous simulation, as well as Monte Carlo methods.
The use of simulation techniques is pervasive, extending to virtually all the sciences. TOMACS serves to enhance the understanding, improve the practice, and increase the utilization of computer simulation. Submissions should contribute to the realization of these objectives, and papers treating applications should stress their contributions vis-á-vis these objectives.
Forthcoming Special Issues
Special Issue on Computational Methods in Systems Biology (Issue 25.2; April 2015)
Special Issue in Honor of Don Iglehart (Issue 25.4; October 2015)
Special Issue on Principles on Advanced Discrete Simulation (Tentatively Issue 26.2; April 2016)
Special Issue on Advances in Cellular Automata Modeling