About the Journal
Focus and Scope
- Algorithms and Data Structure, Software Tools and Environments;
- Computational Intelligence;
- Computer Modeling and Simulation;
- Cyber and Homeland Security;
- Data Communications and Networking;
- Data Mining, Knowledge Bases and Ontology;
- Data Science;
- Digital Signal Processing;
- Distributed Systems and Remote Control;
- Education in Computing;
- Embedded Systems;
- High Performance Computing, GRIDs, Parallel and Distributed Computing;
- Human-Computer Interaction;
- Image Processing and Pattern Recognition;
- Intelligent Robotics Systems;
- Internet of Things;
- IT Project Management;
- Systems and Control;
- Wireless Systems;
- Open Special Issue on Green Mobile Computing and IoT Systems. Assessment, Modeling, Assurance;
- Open Special Issue on Cyber Security and Safety of Embedded Systems and Clouds. Assessment, Modeling, Assurance;
- Open Special Issue on Advanced Wireless Systems.
Peer Review Process
Each paper is reviewed in the following three stages. Firstly, it is a technical checking including plagiarism check. Papers with a low level of originality, i.e. whole plagiarism / plagiarism-in-part / self-plagiarism are rejected. Only original papers that have not been published in other journals/conference proceedings can be published in the Journal. In addition, the Journal staff has a list of author’s offenders, the so-called "black list", in particular:
• When the authors send papers that have already been published;
• Borrowed papers;
• Papers that are sent by mass mailing, i.e., when the author sends papers by single e-mail message simultaneously to several journals by cc.
Secondly, it is screening stage running by Associated Editors.
In the third stage the reviewing process is running. Three reviewers evaluate each paper. If two reviews are negative the paper is rejected, and authors get a motivated refusal along with reviewers’ remarks. If one review is negative and two others are positive then the paper is sending to the forth reviewer.
Journal is published quaterly in: March, June, September and December
Publication Ethics and Misconduct
The Editorial Board of “International Journal of Computing” concurs with the ideas and rules on academic writing and academic ethics, according to the work by Miguel Roig (2003, 2006) “Avoiding plagiarism, self-plagiarism, and other questionable writing practices: A guide to ethical writing”, available online at http://www.cse.msu.edu/~alexliu/plagiarism.pdf/.
The Editorial Board makes explicit the nature of unethical academic practices to potential authors of the journal. Reviewers and readers are also informed of guidelinesto insure the need for compliancein academic writing. Editors practice the useof blind refereeing by reviewers on all manuscripts, and adhere to the guidelines explicitly highlighted by COPE http://publicationethics.org.
Journal is published in cooperation with V. M. Glushkov Institute for Cybernetics, National Academy of Sciences, Ukraine, and Faculty of Automatic Control and Computers, University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania
If the paper is accepted, authors will be asked to pay a fee* (to cover publications costs) per page: 18.00 (EUR).
Authors fee for lower middle-income and low-income countries is 13.50 (EUR) per page.
List of countries is here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_GNI_(nominal,_Atlas_method)_per_capita
Journal History and Language
The International journal of Computing established on the base of Branch Research Laboratory of Automated Systems and Networks in 2002. Its main goal is to present results in the areas of Computer Science, Computer Engineering and Information Technology. The official languages of the Journal is English.