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CCF Transactions on Pervasive Computing and Interaction
CCF Transactions on Pervasive Computing and Interaction (CCF TPCI) is dedicated to publishing rigorously peer-reviewed, high-quality scientific articles covering all aspects of human-computer interaction and pervasive/ubiquitous computing. Computing technology is becoming increasingly pervasive, and enables more advanced interactions among humans, machines, and the environment. To foster the developments in the area, CCF TPCI provides a publication and communication platform and welcomes contributions from researchers, professionals, and industrial practitioners. This journal is published on behalf of the China Computer Federation (CCF), and it is powered by the CCF technical committees on Pervasive Computing and Human Computer Interaction.
•An official CCF publication, powered by CCF technical committees on Pervasive Computing and Human Computer Interaction
•Covers all aspects of human-computer interaction and pervasive/ubiquitous computing as well as interdisciplinary topics
•Offers a rapid reviewing process and publishing workflow
•Has been selected for inclusion in the Emerging Sources Citation Index
Call for Papers 
Special Issue on Human-Centered Cooperative Computing of CCF TPCI
Lead Guest Editors
Xianghua Ding, Fudan University, China  
Guest Editors
Li Shang, Fudan University, China  
Hao-chuan Wang, University of California, Davis, USA
From mainframes to personal computers, mobile phones, and then wearables and AIoTs, computing technologies have become increasingly approachable, personalized, and socially connected. Particularly, the computing paradigm now comprises rich forms of cooperations in a broad sense, e.g., between humans, computers, sensors, smart agents.
The evolution of computing technologies has brought unprecedented benefits, e.g., cost reduction, improved efficiency, pervasive availability, personalized and intelligent services. Meanwhile, it also raises challenges and concerns, as they introduce new implications and demands to our daily lives, expose us to new attacks and threats, and cause undesirable societal impacts and consequences. These emerging challenges make human-centered cooperative computing more relevant now than ever.
In early 1990s, Jonathan Grudin, one of the pioneers in the field of HCI/CSCW, described how HCI shifts its focus and broadens its concerns as “computer reaches out”. Indeed, three decades later, the research topics of HCI/CSCW/Ubicomp have been evolving along with computing technologies: from human experiences with interfaces/interactions to societal and cultural implications with intelligent/pervasive computing algorithms; from computer-supported cooperation to partnering with computers for various new forms of content creation and consumption; from human-computer interaction to human-computer integration; etc.
This special issue on Human-Centered Cooperative Computing (HCCC) of CCF TPCI is to bring together work to better understand and address various issues brought about with the advancement of computing, and cooperative computing particular, not only from technical but also from social perspectives. It provides an opportunity for scholars, researchers, and practitioners to shape our lives with human-centered approaches, aiming to understand salient issues and address challenges with multidisciplinary perspectives.
We invite technical, empirical, theoretical, and methodological contributions related but not limited to:
●Social media and social network
●Social and collaborative computing
●Crowd cooperative computing
●Crowd sensing
●AI-Human Cooperation
●Collective/ crowd intelligence
●Human-like intelligent cooperation
●Physiological, psychological and affective computing
●Collaborative services and processes
●Collaborative design and creativity
●Cooperative evolutionary computation and optimization
●Collaborative knowledge engineering and management
●Domain-specific cooperative work, e.g. science, healthcare, education, accessibility, aging, transportation, etc.
Manuscript Preparation
Papers must contain original contributions and be prepared in accordance with the journal standards. Instructions for authors are available online at:
Manuscript Submission
Manuscripts should be submitted online at: .The cover letter should report the following statement: “This paper is submitted for possible publication in the special issue on ‘Human-Centered Cooperative Computing’.” All manuscripts will be subjected to the peer review process. If you have any questions relating to this focused section, please email one of the Guest Editors.
Important Dates
Submission deadline: July 30th, 2021, Friday
Notification of first review: Oct 18th, 2021, Monday
Revision deadline: Dec 17th, 2021, Friday
Final decision: Jan 7th, 2022
Tentative Publication: March, 2022
来源:中国计算机学会(CFP: SI on Human-Centered Cooperative Computing of CCF TPCI

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