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The Journal of Supercomputing

An International Journal of High-Performance Computer Design, Analysis, and Use

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GAN–SOM: A clustering framework with SOM-similar network based on deep learning

Since an increasing amount of data is generated and collected in real life, clustering is more frequently applied to process these unlabeled data in practical problems. Due to the simple similarity measure of conventional clustering methods, they …

27-10-2020 Open Access

Efficient implementation of modular multiplication over 192-bit NIST prime for 8-bit AVR-based sensor node

Modular multiplication is one of the most time-consuming operations that account for almost 80% of computational overhead in a scalar multiplication in elliptic curve cryptography. In this paper, we present a new speed record for modular …


Effects of screen size and visual presentation on visual fatigue based on regional brain wave activity

Advances in information technologies have resulted in people spending increasing amounts of time staring at electronic screens. Long-term use of computers, mobile phones, and tablets can cause eye soreness and fatigue, but can also cause more …


ACEP: an adaptive strategy for proactive and elastic processing of complex events

The execution of complex event processing (CEP) applications on a set of clustered homogenous computing nodes is latency-sensitive, especially when workload conditions widely change at runtime. To manage the varying workloads of nodes in a …


Toward forecasting future day air pollutant index in Malaysia

The association of air pollution and the magnitude of adverse health effects are receiving close attention from the world. The effects of air pollution were found to be most significant for children, elderly, and patients with preexisting …

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The Journal of Supercomputing publishes papers on the technology, architecture and systems, algorithms, languages and programs, performance measures and methods, and applications of all aspects of Supercomputing. Tutorial and survey papers are intended for workers and students in the fields associated with and employing advanced computer systems. The journal also publishes letters to the editor, especially in areas relating to policy, succinct statements of paradoxes, intuitively puzzling results, partial results and real needs.

Published theoretical and practical papers are advanced, in-depth treatments describing new developments and new ideas. Each includes an introduction summarizing prior, directly pertinent work that is useful for the reader to understand, in order to appreciate the advances being described.

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