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    From 2013, all Elsevier owned journals offer authors the option to publish via the Open Access model.  For more information please visit http://www.elsevier.com/about/open-access/open-access-options

    We are also proud to publish many journals on behalf of, or in association with, prestigious Societies, including the International Academy of Astronautics (Acta Astronautica), the International Association for Wind Engineering (Journal of Wind Engineering & Industrial Aerodynamics), and the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (Journal of Manufacturing Systems, Journal of Manufacturing Processes and Manufacturing Letters).

    To the authors, reviewers and editors who continue to support the development of Elsevier and partner society Engineering and Technology journals, our sincere thanks for your ongoing contribution.

    The journals we publish are constantly developing in terms of aims and scope, editorial processes and online content innovation.  Community feedback plays an important role in this process and we welcome comments and suggestions related to existing titles, or ideas for new developments.

    Louise Curtis

    Publishing Director – Engineering

    louise.curtis@elsevier.com
     

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Linked Data in Architecture and Construction
Mon, 13 Oct 2014 00:00:00 GMT

The topic of this special issue is why and how to use the Web of Data technologies (RDF, OWL) for building information management (BIM). The interest to this question arises from the expected benefits such as the ability to easily link building information models to and from external data sources, to open the models to new use cases and applications, to enable truly decentralized publication of models, to support loosely coupled interoperation through cross-model linking, and to utilize reasoning, query and other services developed in Semantic Web research.


Call for Papers: Special Issue on Cyber-Physical Systems
Wed, 08 Oct 2014 10:30:00 GMT

Next-generation digital systems will be ever more tightly coupled with a non-digital world which is either a part of the overall information processing system (e.g., sensors, actuators, analog electronics, MEMS, power sources, thermal sources) or a part of the system being sensed, supervised or controlled. Such strongly coupled systems are called cyber-physical systems. They raise challenges to address the heterogeneity in system design, and integration of different design disciplines. The goal of cyber-physical system research is to support a better design of the next-generation systems and their digital parts


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