Aims and Scope
ACM Transactions on Applied Perception aims to broaden the synergy between computer
science and psychology/perception by publishing top quality papers
that help to unify research in these fields.
ACM Transactions on Applied Perception publishes inter-disciplinary research
of significant and lasting value in all subfields of Computer Science and Experimental Psychology.
All papers must incorporate both perceptual and computer science components.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
e.g., computer graphics, scientific/data/information visualization,
digital imaging, computer vision, stereo and 3D display technology
e.g., auditory display and interfaces, perceptual auditory coding,
spatialized sound, speech synthesis and recognition
e.g., haptic rendering, haptic input and perception
e.g., vestibular interfaces, eye/head tracking input, gesture input,
body movement input
e.g., sensory integration, multimodal rendering and interaction
Current issue and archives
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New Copyright and Open Access Policy
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For further information about Transactions on Applied Perception, please contact the Editors in Chief:
Victoria Interrante and Diego Gutierrez
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