ACM Transactions on Computational Logic

  in Journal   Posted on August 27, 2017

Journal Ranking & Metrics

JCR Impact Factor: 0.961
SJR : 0.637
Scopus H-index : 33
Guide2Research Overall Ranking: 518

Journal Information

ISSN: 1529-3785
Publisher :
Periodicity : Quarterly
Journal & Submission Website: http://tocl.acm.org/

Aims & Scope of the Journal

TOCL welcomes submissions related to all aspects of logic as it pertains to topics in computer science. This area has a great tradition in computer science. Several researchers who earned the ACM Turing award have also contributed to this field, namely Edgar Codd (relational database systems), Stephen Cook (complexity of logical theories), Edsger W. Dijkstra, Robert W. Floyd, Tony Hoare, Amir Pnueli, Dana Scott, Edmond M. Clarke, Allen E. Emerson, and Joseph Sifakis (program logics, program derivation and verification, programming languages semantics), Robin Milner (interactive theorem proving, concurrency calculi, and functional programming), and John McCarthy (functional programming and logics in AI).

Logic continues to play an important role in computer science and has permeated several of its areas, including artificial intelligence, computational complexity, database systems, and programming languages.

The Editorial Board of this journal seeks and hopes to attract high-quality submissions in all the above-mentioned areas of computational logic so that TOCL becomes the standard reference in the field.

Both theoretical and applied papers are sought. Submissions showing novel use of logic in computer science are especially welcome.

The following areas are currently covered by the members of the Editorial Board. They may change as the field evolves. In particular, submissions on the semantic aspects of the mentioned topics are welcome.

Automated Deduction
Automata and Temporal Logic
Automated Verification
Concurrency Calculi and Tools
Constraint Programming
Finite Model Theory and Complexity of Logical Theories
Functional Programming and Lambda Calculus
Logical Aspects of Computational Complexity
Logical Aspects of Computational Linguistics and Computational Semantics
Logical Aspects of Databases
Logical Aspects of Knowledge Representation, Logic of Geometry, Physics, and Other Commonsense Domains
Logic and Machine Learning
Logic Programming
Logics of Uncertainty
Modal Logic, Epistemic Logic, Dynamic Logic, Logic and Games
Model Checking and Formal Methods
Nonmonotonic Reasoning and Answer Sets
Program Development and Verification
Program Specification
Proof Theory
Term Rewriting Systems
Type Theory and Logical Frameworks

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