C++ in science 2020 : Call for abstract/book chapters
Call For Papers
I am pulling together an Edited Collection called C++ Programming in Science & Engineering and I would like to invite you to consider submitting one or more chapters.
The abstract/call for the Collection is here:
C++ in science and engineering comes when there is a huge interest in C++. This is evident in its demand in various fields such as machine learning, autonomous driving, language technologies, finance, etc. The focus of this series is on modern C++, strong C++ fundamentals, tools/libraries and writing production ready codes.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Theory and Fundamentals
Multithreading and concurrency programming
GPU, Graphics, GUI programming
Embedded C++ programming
Features of modern C++ (11, 14, 17, 20)
Data Structures & Algorithms
Tools and Libraries
QT, OpenCV, OpenGL
Unit testing frameworks
CMake and associated tools
Tensorflow, CNTK, Kaldi, Caffe, Mlpack, DLib, etc.
New machine learning tools/libraries
Linear algebra (Eigen, LAPACK, Armadillo, etc.)
Image and video coding
Language technologies (speech, NLP, machine translation, etc.)
A Chapter should normally be no longer than 6000 words, and should be original and previously unpublished. If the work has already been published (as a journal article, or in conference proceedings, for example), the Publisher will require evidence that permission to be re-published has been granted.
To see the Call on the Publisher’s website, please click here: http://cambridgescholars.com/edited_collections/c-plus-programming-chapter-submission.docx, where you can download and complete a submission form.
I look forward to hearing from you. Please feel free to ask if you have any questions.
Senior Commissioning Editor