SBC Journal on Interactive Systems

The SBC Journal on Interactive Systems (JIS) is a  publication of the Brazilian Computer Society (SBC), maintained and supported by the interest groups on Virtual Reality, Human-Computer Interaction, and Games. The main goals of this publication include:

  • To disseminate original scientific works on the areas of virtual reality, augmented reality, human-computer interaction, games, and entertainment computing
  • To introduce scientific projects under development by research groups focused on contributing to the state-of-the-art of the related themes
  • To provide a forum that allows the exchange of specialists' opinions about the main challenges in the area

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Announcements

 

JIS is now included in CAPES Qualis as B3 in Computer Science (2015)

 
Qualis, the journal classification index of CAPES (Brazilian governmental agency for improvement of higher education personnel), included JIS as B3 in the area of Computer Science - 2013-2016.  
Posted: 2017-05-19 More...
 
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Vol 9, No 2 (2018)

Table of Contents

Editorial

Alberto Raposo, Cléber Corrêa
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1
Fátima Nunes, Jauvane Oliveira
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2

Special Issue - SVR 2017

Carlos Cubas, Antonio Carlos Sementille
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3-13
Amanda Maria Martins Funabashi, Renan Vinícius Aranha, Talita Dias Silva, Carlos Monteiro, Willian Severino Silva, Fátima Nunes
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14-25
João Marcelo Xavier Natário Teixeira, Lucas Figueiredo, Lucas Maggi, Veronica Teichrieb, Marcel Santos, Cristiano Araújo
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26-37
Arthur Silva Bastos, Renata Faria Gomes, Clemilson Costa dos Santos, José Gilvan Rodrigues Maia
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38-51
André Luiz Buarque Vieira-e-Silva, Caio Brito, Mozart William Almeida, Veronica Teichrieb
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52-67
Armando Martinez, Antonio Iyda Paganelli, Alberto Raposo
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68-81
Fernando Akio Yamada, Gilson Antonio Giraldi, Marcelo Bernardes Vieira, Liliane Rodrigues Almeida, Antonio Lopes Apolinário Jr.
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82-104

Articles

Rúbia Eliza de Oliveira Schultz Ascari, Roberto Pereira, Luciano Silva
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105-118