IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computing
Covering aspects of computer science, computing technology, and computing applications not currently covered by other IEEE Computer Society Transactions
Expand your horizons with Colloquium, a monthly survey of abstracts from all CS transactions!
From the April-June 2018 issue
Memristive Crossbar Memory Lifetime Evaluation and Reconfiguration Strategies
By Peyman Pouyan, Esteve Amat, and Antonio Rubio
Among the emerging technologies and devices for highly scalable and low power memory architectures, memristors are considered as one of the most favorable alternatives for next generation memory technologies. They are attracting great attention recently, due to their many appealing characteristics such as non-volatility and compatibility with CMOS fabrication process. But beside all memristor advantages, their drawbacks including manufacturing process variability and limited read/write endurance, could risk their future utilization. This paper will evaluate the impact of reliability concerns in lifetime of memristive crossbars and will present the design basis of two proposed reconfiguration approaches in memristive crossbar-based memories, in order to extend the system lifetime by utilizing available resources in an intense way and without need of failure recovery. It is observed that the adaptive reconfiguring approach can improve the crossbar reliability and extend its lifetime up to 65 percent in comparison with non-adaptive reconfiguration strategy.
Editorials and Announcements
- We are pleased to announce that Cecilia Metra, a Confirmed Full Professor in Electronics at the University of Bologna, Italy, has been named the new Editor-in-Chief of TETC starting in 2018.
- TETC has been included in the Clarivate Analytics Journal Citation Reports (JCR) 2016 Edition with the following results:
- Impact Factor: 3.826
- Eigenfactor: 0.00181
- Article Influence Score: 1.073
- Science Citation Index Expanded (also known as SciSearch®)
- Journal Citation Reports/Science Edition
- Current Contents®/Engineering Computing and Technology
- TETC Tips and Tricks - FAQ for S1M Submissions (PDF)
- TETC Special Issue/Section Proposal Information Rules (PDF)
- CALL FOR EDITORIAL PARTICIPATION - Technical Tracks (PDF)
- Beginning in 2015, IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computing has moved to our hybrid open access publishing model. Authors can now select between either Traditional manuscript submission or Open Access (author-pays OA) manuscript submission. Learn more.
- A Welcome Letter from Thomas M. Conte (PDF)
- Message from the Editor-in-Chief (Jan-March 2018)
- Message From the Editor-in-Chief (Jan-March 2017)
- Message From the Editor-in-Chief (Jan-March 2016)
- EIC Message (Jan-March 2015)
- EIC Message (January-June 2013)
- Guest Editorial: IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computing Special Issue on Design & Technology of Integrated Systems in Deep Submicron Era (April-June 2018)
- Guest Editorial: Special Section on Computing Education & Learning Technologies (Jan-March 2018)
- Guest Editors Introduction: Security of Beyond CMOS Devices: Issues and Opportunities (July-Sept 2017)
- IEEE Transactions on Computers and IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computing Joint Special Section on Innovation in Reconfigurable Computing Fabrics from Devices to Architectures (April-June 2017)
- Introduction to the Special Issue on Emerging Technologies and Designs for Application-Specific Computing (April-June 2017)
- Special Issue on Emerging Trends in Education – Part II (Jan-March 2017)
- Introduction to the Special Issue on Emerging Security Trends for Deeply-Embedded Computing Systems (July-Sept 2016)
- Special Section on Emerging Topics in the Design of High Performance Internet Routers (April-June 2016)
- Special Section on Circuit and System Design Methodologies for Emerging Technologies (Oct-Dec 2015)
- Special Issue of IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computing on Emerging Mobile and Ubiquitous Systems Part-II (July-Sept 2015)
- Special Issue on Advances in Semantic Computing (April-June 2015)
Call for Papers
IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computing (TETC) seeks original manuscripts for submission under Technical Tracks. In a track the technical contents of a submitted manuscript must be of an emerging nature and fall within the scope and competencies of the Computer Society. Manuscripts not abiding by these specifications will be administratively rejected. The topics of interest for the Technical Tracks are as follows:
- Enterprise Computing Systems
- Computational Networks
- Hardware and Embedded System Security
- Educational Computing
- High Performance Computing
- Next Generation Wireless Computing Systems
- Computer System Security
- Emerging Hardware for Computing
Submitted articles must describe original research which is not published or currently under review by other journals or conferences. Extended conference papers should be identified in the submission process and have considerable novel technical content; all submitted manuscripts will be screened using a similarity checker tool. As an author, you are responsible for understanding and adhering to our submission guidelines. You can access them at the IEEE Computer Society web site, www.computer.org. Please thoroughly read these before submitting your manuscript.
Please submit your paper to Manuscript Central at https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/tetc-cs and select the "Technical Track" option in the drop-down menu for "Manuscript Type".
Please address all other correspondence regarding this Call For Papers to Cecilia Metra EIC of IEEE TETC, email@example.com
Special Issue on eGovernment Research, Management and Innovation
Submission deadline: October 1, 2018. View PDF.
Access recently published TETC Articles
Subscribe to the RSS feed of recently published TETC content
Sign up for e-mail notifications through IEEE Xplore Content Alerts
View TETC preprints in the Computer Society Digital Library