>I read several CG journals:
> ACM Transactions On Graphics
> Computer Graphics (Includes SIGGRAPH proceeding)
> IEEE Computer Graphics & Applications
> Visual Computer
>I would like to know what else there is exists.
>I have heard, but never seen and don't know where to order:
> Computer & Graphics
>A short description about journals is very nice.
I have a copy of Pixel, Vol. 1 No. 3 (july/august 1990) right here in my hot
little hands. Two articles in this issue: "Probabilistic Computation of
Cochlear Anatomy" by Carl S. Brown and Alan C. Nelson, both of the U. of
Washington; and "Visualizing the Collision of a Star with a Black Hole" by
G. Comer Duncan, of Bowling Green State University. Departments are Letters,
Visualization News, Visualization Tools, Essay (this issue: Seeing in Volume
by Vincent Argiro of Vital Images and Maharishi International University),
Visualization Techniques, Viewpoint. This issue is only 44 pages, but has a
pretty good substance/adverti*ts ratio, far better than the typical
"trade rag." I'd say the percentage of space devoted to ads about matches
that of the ACM Communications. Price is a little hefty ($7/issue, $42 one
year (6 issues)) but hey! things get expensive when nearly every single
page has full-color pictures on it.
Sorry, I can't give a substantive review, I haven't had time to absorb the
mass of stuff I picked up at SIGGRAPH (including this magazine). At first
glance, though, it looks like it's worth it.
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