Absolute impact coefficient

Nature Genetics

Nature

Science

Nature Cell Biology

PloS Biology

Current Biology

Evolution

PloS Computational Biology

PloS ONE

IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation

Evolutionary computation

Evolutionary Ecology

Journal of Theoretical Biology

SIAM Journal on Computing

Origins of Life and Evolution of Biospheres

Bioinspiration & Biomimetics

Artificial Life

Journal of computational biology

Biosystems

Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machines

Adaptive Behavior

International Journal of AstroBiology

Theoretical Computer Science

Information and computation

Discrete applied mathematics

Mathematics and Computers in Simulation

Computer Animation and Virtual Worlds

Information processing letters

Theory of Computing Systems

Journal of universal computer science

Fundamenta informaticae

International Journal of Computer Mathematics

International Journal of Foundations of Computer Science

Journal of computer and systems sciences

Asia Pacific Journal of Life Sciences

Acta cybernetica

Acta Informatica

Artificial Life and Robotics

Biological Theory

Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computing

Journal of Artificial Evolution and Applications

Journal of Automata, Languages and Combinatorics

Leonardo Music Journal

Natural Computing

RAIRO Theoretical informatics and applications

Romanian Journal of Information, Science and Technology

Science Direct

SIMULATION: Transactions of The Society for Modeling and Simulation International

Technoetic Arts

The HFSP Journal

The Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation

Acta cybernetica

acta cybernetica

Articles/year (est.):

-

Average evaluation time (est.):

-

ISI impact factor:

0.600

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Proponent: -

Acta Cybernetica covers a broad range of topics in the area of Computer Science. The major themes are as follows:
  • Theoretical Computer Science (Automata, formal languages, complexity theory, logic)
  • Artificial Intelligence (natural language processing, speech processing, computer vision)
  • Operations Research (combinatorial optimization, global optimization)
The editorial board solicits original, unpublished high quality scientific papers in any of the above fields.

 

Acta Informatica

Articles/year (est.):

-

Average evaluation time (est.):

-

ISI impact factor:

-

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Proponent: -

The journal provides international dissemination of contributions on the art, discipline and science of informatics. Its scope covers design, description, presentation and analysis of programs, information structures, computing systems and interaction between components thereof.

Adaptive Behavior

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Articles/year (est.):

24-28

Average evaluation time (est.):

unknown

ISI impact factor:

1.136

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Publishing guidelines

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Proponent: JD

Adaptive Behavior is a highly ranked, international peer reviewed journal that publishes original research and review articles on adaptive behavior in living organisms and autonomous artificial systems.

For over 17 years it has offered ethologists, psychologists, behavioral ecologists, computer scientists, neuroscientists and robotics researchers a forum for discussing new findings and comparing insights and approaches across disciplines. The journal explores mechanisms, organizational principles, and architectures that can be expressed in computational, physical, or mathematical models related to the both the functions and dysfunctions of adaptive behavior.

The journal publishes articles, reviews, short communications, target articles and commentaries addressing challenges in the cognitive and behavioral sciences and including topics such as perception and motor control, embodied cognition, learning and evolution, neural mechanisms, action selection and behavioral sequences, motivation and emotion, characterization of environments, decision making, collective and social behavior, navigation, foraging, communication and signalling.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Artificial Life

artificial life

Articles/year (est.):

30

Average evaluation time (est.):

n/a

ISI impact factor:

2.143

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Publishing guidelines

Proponent: Dani

Artificial Life is intended to be the primary vehicle for the dissemination of original scientific and engineering research involving the synthesis of life and life-like phenomena in wetware, hardware, and software, and the application of such techniques toward the enhancement of our theoretical understanding of life and life-like phenomena. It is also intended to serve as a forum for the discussion and evaluation of the many technological, philosophical, social, and ethical issues involved in our attempts to synthesize vital phenomena artificially.

 

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Artificial Life and Robotics

artificial life and robotics
Articles/year (est.):
36
Average evaluation time (est.):
-
ISI impact factor:
-
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Proponent: FJV

Artificial Life and Robotics is an international journal publishing original technical papers and authoritative state-of-the-art reviews on the development of new technologies concerning artificial life and robotics, especially computer-based simulation and hardware for the twenty-first century. This journal covers a broad multidisciplinary field, including areas such as artificial brain research, artificial intelligence, artificial life, artificial living, artificial mind research, brain science, chaos, cognitive science, complexity, computer graphics, evolutionary computations, fuzzy control, genetic algorithms, innovative computations, intelligent control and modelling, micromachines, micro-robot world cup soccer tournament, mobile vehicles, neural networks, neurocomputers, neurocomputing technologies and applications, robotics, robus virtual engineering, and virtual reality. Hardware-oriented submissions are particularly welcome.

 

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Asia Pacific Journal of Life Sciences

asia pacific journal of life sciences

Articles/year (est.):

-

Average evaluation time (est.):

-

ISI impact factor:

0.189

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Proponent: FJV

Asia Pacific Journal of Life Sciences' is an international journal which presents the latest original research papers in the areas of information and life science. The interaction and interdependence between information science and life science is expected to grow exponentially in the 21st century. The development of life sciences on the basis of information science and computation will reveal many significant problems in life sciences and will also lead to many new and important discoveries including targeted and break-through drugs. The application fields include biotechnology, genomics, proteomics, e-health, pharmaceutical, agricultural sciences. The journal will focus on applied mathematics, information science, parallel processing, computational biology, electronic communications, bioscience, medical engineering, and pharmaceutical science. Contributions to 'Asian Information-Science-Life' are welcome in the following formats : original research papers, surveys, book and paper reviews, etc. Papers, and contributions are welcome on all subjects of information science and life science. Especially welcome are papers, articles and material that pioneer new research directions, raise new questions and new possibilities, or examine old problems from a new angle. Asian Information-Science-Life also publishes special issues for summaries of scientific and technical progress in selected frontier fields in information science and life science.

 

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Bioinspiration & Biomimetics

bioinspirationandbiomimetics

Articles/year (est.):

26

Average evaluation time (est.):

3.5 months

ISI impact factor:

1.845

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Proponent: FJV

The journal will publish research involving the study and distillation of principles and functions found in biological systems that have been developed through evolution, and application of this knowledge to produce novel and exciting basic technologies and new approaches to solving scientific problems. It will provide a forum for interdisciplinary research which will act as a conduit to facilitate the two-way flow of ideas and understanding between the extensive bodies of knowledge of the different disciplines. It has two principal aims: to draw on biology to enrich engineering and to draw from engineering to enrich biology.

The journal aims to include input from across all intersecting areas of both fields. In biology, this would include work in all fields from physiology to ecology, with either zoological or botanical focus. In engineering, this would include both design and practical application of biomimetic or bioinspired devices and systems.

 

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Biological Theory

biological theory

Articles/year (est.):

54

Average evaluation time (est.):

-

ISI impact factor:

1.845

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Proponent: Dani

Biological Theory: Integrating Development, Evolution, and Cognition is devoted to theoretical advances in the biological and cognitive sciences, with an emphasis on the conceptual integration afforded by evolutionary and developmental approaches. The journal appeals to a wide audience of scientists, social scientists, philosophers and historians of biology.

 

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BioSystems

biosystems

Articles/year (est.):

90 (papers from conferences not included)

Average evaluation time (est.):

Wildly varying from 10 days to 1 year, maybe 3-4 months on avg.

ISI impact factor:

1.478

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Proponent: Jose David

BioSystems encourages experimental, computational, and theoretical articles that link biology, evolutionary thinking, and the information processing sciences. The link areas form a circle that encompasses the fundamental nature of biological information processing, computational modeling of complex biological systems, evolutionary models of computation, the application of biological principles to the design of novel computing systems, and the use of biomolecular materials to synthesize artificial systems that capture essential principles of natural biological information processing.

The categories and topics listed below are examples: the editors will be happy to comment on the relevance of other topics.

Molecular Evolution
Self-organizing and self-replicating systems
Origins and evolution of the genetic mechanism

Biological Information Processing
Molecular recognition
Cellular control
Neuromolecular computing
Biological adaptability
Molecular computing technologies

Evolutionary Systems
Stochastic evolutionary algorithms
Evolutionary optimization
Simulation of genetic and ecological systems
Applications (neural nets, machine learning, robotics)
 
 
 
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Computer Animation and Virtual Worlds

computer animation and virtual worlds

Articles/year (est.):

35

Average evaluation time (est.):

6 months

ISI impact factor:

0.629

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Proponent: FJV

This journal is the successor to the Journal of Visualisation and Computer Animation

 

AIMS AND SCOPE

With the advent of very powerful PCs and high-end graphics cards, there has been an incredible development in Virtual Worlds, real-time computer animation and simulation, games. But at the same time, new and cheaper Virtual Reality devices have appeared allowing an interaction with these real-time Virtual Worlds and even with real worlds through Augmented Reality. Three-dimensional characters, especially Virtual Humans are now of an exceptional quality, which allows to use them in the movie industry. But this is only a beginning, as with the development of Artificial Intelligence and Agent technology, these characters will become more and more autonomous and even intelligent. They will inhabit the Virtual Worlds in a Virtual Life together with animals and plants.

Computer Animation & Virtual Worlds is the first journal to address this global thematic of the Virtual Worlds. This thematic has been subdivided into 6 areas:

  • Computer animation
  • Embodied agents
  • Virtual Environments
  • Augmented Reality
  • Virtual Life
  • Visualization

Computer Animation & Virtual Worlds seeks papers in all fields of Virtual Worlds. Contributions are solicited describing original research results, applications, and experience in the following topics:

Computer Animation

  • 2D animation
  • Keyframe animation
  • Inverse kinematics
  • Biomechanics models
  • Motion capture and motion retargeting
  • Physical-based animation
  • Facial and body animation
  • Path planning
  • Cloth and hair animation
  • LOD and impostors
  • Real-time rendering

Augmented Reality

  • Tracking
  • Mobile AR systems
  • Virtual Heritage

Embodied Agents

  • Perceptual models
  • Virtual Sensors
  • Interagent communication
  • Modelling of groups and crowds
  • Conversational agents
  • Goal driven behavior
  • Interaction with Virtual Humans
  • Intelligent virtual actors
  • Social behavior
  • Emotions and personality
  • Autonomous Virtual Human architectures
  • Simulation involving Virtual Humans
  • Autonomous Virtual Humans in games

Virtual Environments

  • Gesture and action recognition
  • Haptic interfaces
  • Audiospace
  • Simulators (flight, car drive etc…)
  • VR for emergency
  • VR for psychiatry
  • VR for rehabilitation
  • Virtual surgery

Virtual Life

  • Plant development and growing
  • L-systems
  • Artificial animals and animats
  • Population generation
  • Virtual cities
  • Persistent worlds

Visualization

  • Medical imaging and reconstruction
  • Molecular graphics
  • Fluid visualization
  • Visualization of physical phenomena
  • Volume rendering

Current Biology

current biology

Articles/year (est.):

279

Average evaluation time (est.):

125 days

ISI impact factor:

10.026

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Proponent: Dani

Current Biology is widely valued among life scientists for its unique blend of important research papers and informed, lively commentary. Published every 2 weeks, the journal delivers exciting primary research from all areas of biology, from molecular biology to evolution. Current Biology also features timely Dispatches - commentary by leading experts on the latest advances - as well as valuable full-length reviews and a vibrant magazine section that includes news, analysis and opinion, profiles of leading scientists and institutions, and informative, accessible guides to notable topics in biology.
 
 
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Discrete applied mathematics

discrete applied mathematics

Articles/year (est.):

-

Average evaluation time (est.):

-

ISI impact factor:

0.822

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Proponent: -

The aim of Discrete Applied Mathematics is to bring together research papers in different areas of algorithmic and applicable discrete mathematics as well as applications of combinatorial mathematics to informatics and various areas of science and technology.

Evolution

evolution

Articles/year (est.):

230

Average evaluation time (est.):

4 months

ISI impact factor:

5.659

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Proponent: Dani

"Evolution, published for the Society for the Study of Evolution, is the premier publication devoted to the study of organic evolution and the integration of the various fields of science concerned with evolution. The journal presents significant and original results that extend our understanding of evolutionary phenomena and processes."

Evolutionary computation

evolutionary computation

Articles/year (est.):

-

Average evaluation time (est.):

-

ISI impact factor:

2.652

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Proponent: -

Evolutionary Computation provides an international forum for facilitating and enhancing the exchange of information among researchers involved in both the theoretical and practical aspects of computational systems of an evolutionary nature.

The journal publishes both theoretical and practical developments of computational systems drawing their inspiration from nature, with particular emphasis on evolutionary algorithms (EAs), including, but not limited to, genetic algorithms (GAs), evolution strategies (ESs), evolutionary programming (EP), genetic programming (GP), classifier systems (CSs), and other natural computation techniques.

Evolutionary Ecology

evolutionary ecology

Articles/year (est.):

69

Average evaluation time (est.):

170 days

ISI impact factor:

2.398

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Publishing guidelines

Proponent: FJV

Evolutionary Ecology is a conceptually oriented journal of basic biology at the interface of ecology and evolution. The journal publishes original research, reviews and discussion papers dealing with evolutionary ecology, including evolutionary aspects of behavioral and population ecology. The objective is to promote the conceptual, theoretical and empirical development of ecology and evolutionary biology; the scope extends to all organisms and systems.

Research papers present the results of empirical and theoretical investigations, testing current theories in evolutionary ecology.

Additional offerings include Ideas & Perspectives presenting new points of view and novel hypotheses, Review Articles surveying recent developments and major advances, and Comments on articles recently published in Evolutionary Ecology.

Fundamenta informaticae

fundamenta informaticae

Articles/year (est.):

hundreds

Average evaluation time (est.):

-

ISI impact factor:

0.522

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Proponent: Gema

Fundamenta Informaticae is an international journal publishing original research results in all areas of foundations of computer science and their applications.

The editors of the journal encourage papers containing:

  • solutions by mathematical methods of problems emerging in computer science;
  • solutions of mathematical problems inspired by computer science;
  • application studies following the solutions in fields mentioned above.

Besides traditional disciplines of interest for computer science, such as

  • mathematical theories of programs and programming,
  • logic in computer science and artificial intelligence,
  • theory of computing, complexity theory,
  • design and analysis of algorithms,
  • theory of formal languages and automata theory,
  • concurrency,
  • cellular automata,
  • database theory,
  • logic programming,
  • nonmonotonic reasoning,
  • parallel algorithms,
  • term rewriting,
  • theory of parallel and distributed computing,

the journal is open to contributions presenting methods in more recent areas, such as:

  • adaptive strategies of computing,
  • approximate reasoning,
  • agent system theory,
  • biocomputing,
  • machine learning and pattern recognition,
  • data mining and knowledge discovery,
  • decision theory,
  • DNA computing,
  • evolutionary computation,
  • natural computing,
  • neural networks,
  • quantum computing,
  • soft computing including fuzzy sets, rough sets and granular computing.

This enumeration is not intended to be exclusive.

Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machines

genetic programming and evolvable machines

Articles/year (est.):

25

Average evaluation time (est.):

230 days

ISI impact factor:

1.167

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Publishing guidelines

Proponent: FJV

The journal of Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machines is devoted to reporting innovative and significant progress in automatic evolution of software and hardware. Methods for artificial evolution of active components, such as programs or machines, are rapidly developing branches of adaptive computation and adaptive engineering. They entail the development, evaluation and application of methods that mirror the process of neo-Darwinian evolution and produce as a result computational expressions such as algorithms or machines such as mechanical or electronic devices that actively process environmental information and transform their environment. In addition to its main topics, the journal covers related topics such as evolutionary algorithms with variable-size genomes, alternate methods of program induction, approaches to engineering systems development based on embryology, morphogenesis or other techniques inspired by adaptive natural systems.

Methods:

Genetic Programming; Variable-size evolutionary algorithms; Induction of algorithms and symbolic expressions by iterative and non-deterministic search; Evolutionary design and Optimization of electronic circuits and mechanical devices; On-line adaptation of hardware and software; Evolutionary robotics; DNA computing; Coevolutionary techniques; Meta-learning; Hybrid systems; Cellular and Developmental approaches.

Task Domains:

Algorithm evolution; Agents; Architecture; Art and animation; Classification and pattern recognition; Computer graphics; Computing; Circuit design; Data mining; Distributed problem solving; Engineering design applications; Games; Hardware and software testing and verification; Image and signal processing; Interactive evolution; Molecular biology applications; Music; Natural language processing; Network routing; Optimization; Process control; Robotics and motor control; Self-repair; Self-reproduction of software and hardware, Self-programming; System modeling.

Both theoretical papers (preferably including computer simulations) and application papers are welcome. Papers describing hardware implementations are strongly encouraged. Papers in the areas of artificial life, molecular computing and any other emergent computation technique will be considered as well.
 
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IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation

ieee transactions on evolutionary computation

Articles/year (est.):

50

Average evaluation time (est.):

-

ISI impact factor:

4.403

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Publishing guidelines

Proponent: FJV

Papers on application, design, and theory of evolutionary computation, with emphasis given to engineering systems and scientific applications. Evolutionary optimization, machine learning, intelligent systems design, image processing and machine vision, pattern recognition, evolutionary neurocomputing, evolutionary fuzzy systems, applications in biomedicine and biochemistry, robotics and control, mathematical modelling, civil, chemical, aeronautical, and industrial engineering applications.
 
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Information and computation

information and computation

Articles/year (est.):

65

Average evaluation time (est.):

-

ISI impact factor:

0.825

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Publishing guidelines

Proponent: Gema

Information and Computation welcomes original papers in all areas of theoretical Computer Science and computational applications of Information Theory. Survey articles of exceptional quality will also be considered. Particularly welcome are papers contributing new results in active theoretical areas such as

  • Biological computation and computational biology
  • Computational complexity
  • Computer theorem-proving
  • Concurrency and distributed process theory
  • Cryptographic theory
  • Data base theory
  • Decision problems in Logic
  • Design and analysis of algorithms
  • Discrete optimization and mathematical programming
  • Inductive inference and learning theory
  • Logic & constraint programming
  • Program verification & model checking
  • Probabilistic & Quantum computation
  • Semantics of programming languages
  • Symbolic computation, lambda calculus and rewriting systems
  • Types and typechecking

Information processing letters

information processing letters

Articles/year (est.):

-

Average evaluation time (est.):

-

ISI impact factor:

0.612

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Proponent: -

The aim of IPL is to allow rapid dissemination of interesting results in the field of information processing in the form of short, concise papers. To this end, submissions should not exceed the equivalent of nine A4 or 81/2–by–11 double–spaced typed pages

International Journal of AstroBiology

international journal of astrobiology

Articles/year (est.):

34

Average evaluation time (est.):

-

ISI impact factor:

1.097

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Publishing guidelines

Proponent: FJV

Astrobiology combines the sciences of biology, chemistry, palaeontology, geology, atmospheric physics, planetary science, astrophysics and cosmology in the study of the origin, evolution and distribution of life in the universe and the future of life both on Earth and beyond. The International Journal of Astrobiology is the forum for practitioners in this exciting interdisciplinary field. Coverage includes cosmic prebiotic chemistry, planetary evolution, the search for planetary systems and habitable zones, extremophile biology and experimental simulation of extraterrestrial environments, Mars as an abode of life, life detection in our solar system and beyond, the search for extraterrestrial intelligence, the history of the science of astrobiology, as well as societal and educational aspects of astrobiology. Occasionally an issue of the journal is devoted to the keynote plenary research papers from an international meeting. A notable feature of the journal is the global distribution of its authors.
 
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International Journal of Computer Mathematics

international journal of computer mathematics

Articles/year (est.):

10-15 papers/month

Average evaluation time (est.):

-

ISI impact factor:

0.489

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Publishing guidelines

Proponent: Gema

Section A: Computer Systems: Theory

This section contains work concerning research and development in computer systems and the theory of computing in general. Papers relating directly or indirectly to all aspects of these fields are welcome. Of great interest is work in computer systems architectures and organization, computer software and hardware, analysis of algorithms, artificial intelligence, automata, bio-informatics, computational complexity, computational aspects of combinatorics and graph theory, computational geometry, computer graphics, computer security, concurrency and parallelism, cryptography, data structures, formal languages, haptics, knowledge discovery, mathematical logic, networks, novel models of computation such as DNA and quantum computing, randomization, semantics, symbol manipulation and the Internet. The Journal is intended to provide a forum for the expression of new ideas, as well as a place for exposition of these areas of knowledge.

Section B: Computational Methods: Application

This section contains work concerning mathematical and numerical techniques that are of interest to computer users in the fields of numerical analysis, mathematical software, discrete mathematics, computational geometry and graphics, image processing, pattern recognition, simulation and modelling, operations research, and computational aspects of population dynamics, bio-mathematics, financial mathematics, environmental mathematics, engineering mathematics, chemistry, economics, and applied mathematics in general.

International Journal of Foundations of Computer Science

international journal of foundations of computer science

Articles/year (est.):

70

Average evaluation time (est.):

-

ISI impact factor:

0.459

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Proponent: Gema

AIMS AND SCOPE

The International Journal of Foundations of Computer Science is a bimonthly journal that publishes articles which contribute new theoretical results in all areas of the foundations of computer science. The theoretical and mathematical aspects covered include:

  • Algebraic theory of computing and formal systems
  • Algorithm and system implementation issues
  • Approximation, probabilistic, and randomized algorithms
  • Automata and formal languages
  • Automated deduction
  • Combinatorics and graph theory
  • Complexity theory
  • Computational biology and bioinformatics
  • Cryptography
  • Database theory
  • Data structures
  • Design and analysis of algorithms
  • DNA computing
  • Foundations of computer security
  • Foundations of high-performance computing
  • Logic in computer science
  • Model checking and computer-aided verification
  • Models of computation
  • Quantum computing
  • Semantics, concurrency, and type theory
  • Theories and models of internet computing
  • Theory of learning and inductive inference
  • Theory of parallel and distributed computing
  • Wireless networks and mobile computing

As computer science is an ever-evolving area, articles on other topics are also invited. The journal also aims to provide a forum for the communication and discussion of new fields needing more coverage and exposure, and thus hopes to publish new attempts and proposals for deepening the theoretical understanding of the nature of computation and information.

In order to provide a timely and broad coverage of this ever-evolving field, IJFCS offers its readers a mix of regular and special issues. Papers can be submitted for the regular issues of the journal, or in response to calls for papers for special issues.

Prospective guest editors should identify topics that require more coverage and exposure and propose special issues on those topics. Of a particular relevance would be special issues on new and interesting applications of theoretical computer science to various practical domains. Please submit your proposal for a special issue to the Editor-in-Chief.

Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computing

journal of applied mathematics and computing

Articles/year (est.):

-

Average evaluation time (est.):

-

ISI impact factor:

-

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Proponent: -

Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computing (JAMC) is a broad-based journal covering all branches of computational or applied mathematics with special encouragement to researchers in theoretical computer science and mathematical computing. It covers all major areas, such as numerical analysis, discrete optimization, linear and nonlinear programming, theory of computation, control theory, theory of algorithms, computational logic, applied combinatorics, coding theory, cryptograhics, fuzzy theory with applications, differential equations with applications.

JAMC features research papers in all branches of mathematics which have some bearing on the application to scientific problems, including areas of actuarial science, mathematical biology, mathematical economics and finance.

Journal of Artificial Evolution and Applications

journal of artificial evolution and applications

Articles/year (est.):

just beginning

Average evaluation time (est.):

just beginning

ISI impact factor:

just beginning

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Publishing guidelines

Proponent: FJV

Aims and Scope

Journal of Artificial Evolution and Applications aims at being a reference for all researchers and practitioners who study the theory and application of methodologies pertaining to Evolutionary Computation and related fields.

Original contributions are sought describing recent achievements in Evolutionary Computation research, with particular, but not exclusive, regard to:

  • Genetic Algorithms
  • Genetic Programming
  • Evolutionary Programming
  • Evolution Strategies
  • Swarm Intelligence
  • Learning Classifier Systems
  • Artificial Immune Systems
  • Co-evolution
  • Interactive Evolution
  • Evolvable Hardware
  • Hybrid approaches relying on the joint use of Evolutionary Computation methods and other Computational Intelligence and optimization methods

Previously unpublished reports on applications of Evolutionary Computation techniques to problems of industrial, technological and social relevance are particularly solicited, including, but not limited to:

  • Combinatorial and Stochastic Optimization of Industrial Processes
  • Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering
  • Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition
  • Communication and Networking Technologies
  • Transportation and Logistics

In-depth reviews of the state of the art in any of the theoretical or application fields listed above are also accepted.

Journal of Automata, Languages and Combinatorics

journal of automata languages and combinatorics

Articles/year (est.):

30

Average evaluation time (est.):

-

ISI impact factor:

-

Web Site >  

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 Publishing guidelines

Proponent: Gema

"Journal of Automata, Languages and Combinatorics" is a forum for research in all areas of the field, from theory to applications and relations to other subjects. Particular attention is given to grammatical methods for generation of sets of words, graphs, arrays, pictures, higher dimensional and infinite objects, etc. (including the classical grammars of the Chomsky hierarchy, Lindenmayer systems and their variations, graph grammars, etc.); automata as acceptors of languages of words, graphs, etc.; decision problems; efficient algorithms for solving problems concerning languages, grammars and automata; algebraic properties of automata and languages; combinatorial properties of words, sequences of words, sets of words, etc.; codes as languages; estimations of parameters of codes; relations of languages and automata to complexity theory, logics, etc.; trace languages; Petri net languages; formal models for concurrent processes; applications of formal languages and automata to programming languages, natural languages, biology, etc.; combinatorics, graph theory, discrete mathematics in relation with problems of theoretical computer science.

"Journal of Automata, Languages and Combinatorics" publishes original articles as well as special issues with selected papers of conferences in the field. Occasionally special issues will be dedicated to a particular topic.

Journal of computational biology

journal of computational biology

Articles/year (est.):

-

Average evaluation time (est.):

-

ISI impact factor:

1.600

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Journal of Computational Biology is the leading journal covering the analysis, management, and visualization of cellular information at the molecular level. The Journal publishes peer-reviewed papers focusing on novel, cutting-edge methods in computational biology and bioinformatics.

Topics include:
• Genomics
• Mathematical modeling and simulation
• Distributed and parallel biological computing
• Designing biological databases
• Pattern matching and pattern detection
• Linking disparate databases and data
• New tools for computational biology
• Relational and object-oriented database technology for bioinformatics
• Biological expert system design and use
• Reasoning by analogy, hypothesis formation, and testing by machine
• Management of biological databases

Journal of computer and systems sciences

journal of computer and systems sciences

Articles/year (est.):

-

Average evaluation time (est.):

-

ISI impact factor:

0.191

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The Journal of Computer and System Sciences publishes original research papers in computer science and related subjects in system science, with attention to the relevant mathematical theory. Applications-oriented papers may also be accepted.

Journal of Theoretical Biology

journal of theoretical biology

Articles/year (est.):

488

Average evaluation time (est.):

209 days

ISI impact factor:

2.371

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Proponent: FJV

The Journal of Theoretical Biology is the leading forum for theoretical papers that give insight into biological processes. It covers a very wide range of topics and is of interest to biologists in many areas of research. Many of the papers make use of mathematics, and an effort is made to make the papers intelligible to biologists as a whole. Experimental material bearing on theory is acceptable. Comment on theoretical issues or on papers published in the journal is welcomed in the form of Letters to the Editors.
 
 
 
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Journal of universal computer science

journal of universal computer science

Articles/year (est.):

-

Average evaluation time (est.):

-

ISI impact factor:

0.578

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Having appeared as a monthly journal since 1995 with uninterrupted publications, the Journal of Universal Computer Science (J.UCS) contains over 1,420 papers (numbers are from end of 2008). In the past, J.UCS has been noted for its novel features such as multi-format publications, multi-categorized information entities, sophisticated fulltext search, typed annotations and bi-directional links [Liew, and Foo, 2001] [Krottmaier, 2002] [Dreher, Krottmaier and Maurer 2004].

To meet the expectations of J.UCS readers, highly sophisticated features such as automatic reference analysis, similarity search between documents and other features using knowledge management technology are being developed. We aim to provide a rich personalized experience for users of the journal. Facilities are now underway to allow readers and editors to ask questions such as: 'Which other resources should be read to understand this article?' and 'Who are the real experts on this topic?'. We will now focus on the unique features of J.UCS:

  • J.UCS covers all areas of computer science. Since papers are structured by topics, only papers in particular areas of interest need to be examined by readers, the rest can be ignored. Just use the navigational button "Articles by Topics"!
  • J.UCS has a reviewing system that assures rapid turn-around of papers submitted. With its current strength of over 300 high profile editors, and the number still growing, there are few areas of computer science that are not covered by some expert editors.
  • J.UCS was probably the first journal to allow interactivity, by posting comments on any paper. This feature which is now considered one of the basic features of Web 2.0 has been available in J.UCS already ten years before the term Web 2.0 was even coined. We encourage you to use this feature for comments and discussion: when you read an abstract, just click on the "Write a Comment" button to leave interesting information for others!
  • J.UCS has introduced and will continue to introduce innovative features. One of them, the "Link into the Future" provides two important types of information: (a) has one of the authors of the paper at hand published other papers in J.UCS at a later stage? (b) has the paper at issue been cited by other papers in J.UCS? Try it out! Clearly you will have a better chance to find such "Links into the Future" with papers that have been published some time back. Try for example the paper at http://www.jucs.org/jucs_2_3/government_cryptography_and_the and click here at the "Links into Future" button. You find out this way (note that the result screen may be hidden if you have several open windows)  that this paper was quoted twice later in J.UCS and one of the original authors contributed two further papers to J.UCS, later. Finding future papers and citations will be extended in 2008 to include sources beyond J.UCS.

Overall, many other new features for J.UCS are under development: we will report on them in a year's time!

Leonardo Music Journal

lmj

Articles/year (est.):

10-20

Average evaluation time (est.):

about one year

ISI impact factor:

-

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Proponent: FJV

Leonardo Music Journal is an annual multimedia publication (print and audio CD) of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology and the MIT Press. It publishes the work of artists who are inventing media, implementing developing technologies and expanding the boundaries of radical and experimental aesthetics.


A companion volume to Leonardo, the Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology, LMJ is a sonic extension of Leonardo's dedication to fostering connections between the contemporary arts, sciences and new technologies. LMJ provides a scholarly, international, peer-reviewed forum for musicians, composers, sound artists, scientists, researchers, theoreticians, technicians and instrument builders to discuss and present their work in a context of mutual influence and exchange.


Broader social contexts form a background for much of the discussion published in the journal, making LMJ an important resource for anyone interested in the relations between music and the audio arts and the cultural implications of new technological and scientific developments.


Leonardo and LMJ are committed to exploring new venues for the exposure of artists' work. The inclusion of a compact disc with each issue addresses the need for a means of presenting sound material in conjunction with print publication. The LMJ CDs are guest-curated compilations of provocative new works, discussed in depth in a special section of the journal.


In addition to articles, LMJ features reviews of books, recordings, software, conferences, festivals and shows; editorials; news of relevant upcoming events; information on interdisciplinary university programs; descriptions of organizations dedicated to the interaction of music, science and technology; and an annually compiled index of Leonardo and LMJ contents.

Mathematics and Computers in Simulation

mathematicsandcomputersinsimulation

Articles/year (est.):

200

Average evaluation time (est.):

7 months

ISI impact factor:

0.812

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Proponent: FJV

The aim of the journal is to provide an international forum for the dissemination of up-to-date information in the fields of the mathematics and computers, in particular (but not exclusively) as they apply to the dynamics of systems, their simulation and scientific computation in general. Published material ranges from short, concise research papers to more general tutorial articles.

MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTERS IN SIMULATION, PUBLISHED MONTHLY, is the official organ of imacs, the International Association for Mathematics and Computers in Simulation (FORMERLY aica). This Association, founded in 1955 and legally incoroporated in 1956 ia a member of FIACC (the Five International Associations Coordinating Committee), together with IFIP, IFAV, IFORS and IMEKO.

Topics covered by the journal include mathematical tools in:

•The foundations of systems modelling

•Numerical analysis and the development of algorithms for simulation


They also include considerations about computer hardware for simulation and about special software and compilers.
The journal also publishes articles concerned with specific applications of modelling and simulation in science and engineering, with relevant applied mathematics, the general philosophy of systems simulation, and their impact on disciplinary and interdisciplinary research.

The journal includes a Book Review section -- and a "News on IMACS" section that contains a Calendar of future Conferences/Evenst and other information about the Association.

Natural computing

natural computing

Articles/year (est.):

-

Average evaluation time (est.):

-

ISI impact factor:

-

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Natural Computing refers to computational processes observed in nature, and human-designed computing inspired by nature. When complex natural phenomena are analyzed in terms of computational processes, our understanding of both nature and the essence of computation is enhanced. Characteristic for human-designed computing inspired by nature is the metaphorical use of concepts, principles and mechanisms underlying natural systems. Natural computing includes evolutionary algorithms, neural networks, molecular computing and quantum computing.

The journal Natural Computing provides a forum for discovery in natural computing, offering links among researchers and insight into trends in an emerging specialty. The journal reports on theory, experiments, and applications, and covers natural computing from a very broad perspective, including use of algorithms to consider evolution as a computational process, and neural networks in light of computational trends in brain research.

Nature

nature

Articles/year (est.):

Aprox. as Science

Average evaluation time (est.):

4-12 months

ISI impact factor:

36.104

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Proponent: Dani

Nature is a prominent scientific journal. Although most scientific journals are now highly specialized, Nature is one of the few journals that still publishes original research articles across a wide range of scientific fields. In many fields of scientific research, important new advances and original research are published as articles or letters in Nature.
 
 
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Nature Cell Biology

nature cell biology

Articles/year (est.):

120

Average evaluation time (est.):

-

ISI impact factor:

19.407

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Proponent: Dani

Nature Cell Biology publishes papers in all areas of cell biology, with a particular emphasis on studies shedding light on molecular mechanism. Cell Biology is defined in the broadest terms as the study of cell autonomous events in a physiologically relevant setting.
 
 
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Nature Genetics

naturegenetics

Articles/year (est.):

180

Average evaluation time (est.):

4 months

ISI impact factor:

36.377

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Proponent: FJV

Nature Genetics publishes the very highest quality research in genetics. It encompasses genetic and functional genomic studies on human traits and on other model organisms, including mouse, fly, nematode and yeast. Current emphasis is on the genetic basis for common and complex diseases and on the functional mechanism, architecture and evolution of gene networks, studied by experimental perturbation.
 
 
 
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Origins of Life and Evolution of Biospheres

origins of life and evolution of biospheres

Articles/year (est.):

49

Average evaluation time (est.):

139 days

ISI impact factor:

2.278

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The origin and early evolution of life is an inseparable part of the discipline of Astrobiology. The journal Origins of Life and Evolution of Biospheres places special importance on this interconnection. While any scientific study which contributes to our understanding of the origins, evolution and distribution of life in the Universe is suitable for inclusion in the journal, some examples of important areas of interest are: prebiotic chemistry and the nature of Earth's early environment, self-replicating and self-organizing systems, the theory of the RNA world and of other possible precursor systems, and the problem of the origin of the genetic code. Early evolution of life - as revealed by elucidation of biochemical pathways, molecular phylogeny, the study of Precambrian sediments and fossils and of major innovations in microbial evolution - forms a second focus. The journal presents experimental papers, theoretical articles and authoritative literature reviews.
 
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PloS Biology

plos biology

Articles/year (est.):

423

Average evaluation time (est.):

-

ISI impact factor:

12.472

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Proponent: Dani

PLoS Biology is a scientific journal covering the full spectrum of the biological sciences that began operation on October 13, 2003. It was the first journal of the Public Library of Science (PLoS) a non-profit organization which releases scientific content under open access terms. All content in PLoS Biology is published under the Creative Commons "by-attribution" license
 
 
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PloS Computational Biology

ploscompbio

Articles/year (est.):

203

Average evaluation time (est.):

143 days

ISI impact factor:

5.515

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PLoS Computational Biology is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal published monthly by the Public Library of Science (PLoS) as the official journal of the International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB).

 PLoS Computational Biology features works of exceptional significance that further our understanding of living systems at all scales—from molecules and cells, to patient populations and ecosystems—through the application of computational methods. Readers include life and computational scientists, who can take the important findings presented here to the next level of discovery.

 

 

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PloS ONE

plos one

Articles/year (est.):

976

Average evaluation time (est.):

88 days

ISI impact factor:

4.411

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Proponent: Dani

PLoS ONE is an open access, online scientific journal from the Public Library of Science. It covers primary research from any discipline within science and medicine. Submissions go through pre-publication peer review but are not excluded on the basis of lack of perceived importance or adherence to a scientific field. Unlike other PLoS journals, the PLoS ONE online platform will have extensive post-publication user discussion and rating features. PLoS ONE is currently in test phase.
 
 
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RAIRO Theoretical informatics and applications

rairo theoretical informatics and applications

Articles/year (est.):

-

Average evaluation time (est.):

-

ISI impact factor:

-

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An international journal exploring theoretical computer science and its applications.

 

Romanian Journal of Information, Science and Technology

romanian journal of information science and technology

Articles/year (est.):

-

Average evaluation time (est.):

-

ISI impact factor:

-

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Romanian Journal of Information Science and Technology (ROMJIST) is an academic journal with a very broad scope.As its name suggests (and as it also follows from the fact that the journal is edited by the Information Science and Technology Section of the Romanian Academy), the journal is devoted to papers in all domains related to information processing, from mathematical theories related to this subject to technological areas in the full meaning of the term (from the mathematical theory of information, automata and formal language theory, mathematical and computational linguistics, through general systems theory, to practical computer science - programming languages and techniques, information systems of various types, artificial intelligence, software engineering, etc.) to engineering-technological areas, such as electronics, telecommunications, hardware, and so on and so forth. One deals both with traditional developments and with very modern new areas (such as molecular computing). According to the instructions to authors, the main criterion for accepting a paper is not necessarily its subject, but its quality.
The journal is of a usual research type, devoted to original research papers, unpublished elsewhere. Exceptionally, also survey papers of a high quality, PhD theses or conference volumes are published. Each paper is refereed by two reviewers (when any difficulty appears, a third referee report is asked for).
In the three years since ROMJIST appeared, the journal has published papers by authors from more than twenty countries. On the one hand, this proves the efficiency of the editorial board, and on the other hand, this convincingly shows that the domain is a well developed and an active one, that the journal is viable, necessary and successful.

 

Science

science

Articles/year (est.):

1120 (acceptance ratio below 10%)

Average evaluation time (est.):

14 weeks

ISI impact factor:

31.377

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Proponent: Dani

 

Science is the academic journal of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and is considered one of the world's most prestigious scientific journals. The journal is peer-reviewed and it is published weekly. The major focus of the journal is publishing important original scientific research and research reviews, but Science also publishes science-related news, opinions on science policy and other matters of interest to scientists and others who are concerned with the wide implications of science and technology. Although most scientific journals focus on a specific field, Science covers the full range of scientific disciplines.

 

 

 

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ScienceDirect

science direct

Articles/year (est.):

-

Average evaluation time (est.):

-

ISI impact factor:

-

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Proponent: Gema

ScienceDirect is one of the largest online collections of published scientific research in the world. Produced by Elsevier it contains over 8.5 million articles from over 2000 journals, including titles such as The Lancet, Cell and Tetrahedron, as well as 40 reference works and numerous book series and handbooks. In 2007, 4,000 e-books will be added to ScienceDirect.
 
 
 
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SIAM Journal on Computing

siam journal on computing

Articles/year (est.):

-

Average evaluation time (est.):

-

ISI impact factor:

2.321

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The SIAM Journal on Computing aims to provide coverage of the most significant work going on in the mathematical and formal aspects of computer science and nonnumerical computing. Submissions must be clearly written and make a significant technical contribution. Topics include but are not limited to analysis and design of algorithms, algorithmic game theory, data structures, computational complexity, computational algebra, computational aspects of combinatorics and graph theory, computational biology, computational geometry, computational robotics, the mathematical aspects of programming languages, artificial intelligence, computational learning, databases, information retrieval, cryptography, networks, distributed computing, parallel algorithms, and computer architecture.


 

SIMULATION: Transactions of The Society for Modeling and Simulation International

simulation

Articles/year (est.):

50

Average evaluation time (est.):

-

ISI impact factor:

-

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Proponent: FJV

IMULATION: Transactions of The Society for Modeling and Simulation International is a fully peer reviewed international journal that publishes original research and review articles devoted to theory and applications, all with clear relevance to general modeling and simulation issues.

In addition to building the knowledge base in theory, methodology and technology, the journal also aims to help professionals and researchers (particularly those involved in multidisciplinary projects) apply advances in modeling and simulation to their application areas.



 

Technoetic Arts

technoetic arts

Articles/year (est.):

-

Average evaluation time (est.):

-

ISI impact factor:

-

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Proponent: FJV

Technoetic Arts focuses upon the juncture between art, technology and the mind. Divisions between academic areas of study, once rigidly fixed, are gradually dissolving due to developments in science and cultural practice. This fusion has had a dramatic effect upon the scope of various disciplines. In particular, the profile of art has radically evolved in our present technological culture.
 
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The HFSP Journal

hfsp

Articles/year (est.):

40

Average evaluation time (est.):

2 months

ISI impact factor:

-

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Proponent: Dani

The HFSP Journal publishes high quality, innovative research at the frontier of biology with an emphasis on interdisciplinary research at the interface between the life sciences and the more quantitative sciences.

The goal of the HFSP Journal is to further the mission of the Human Frontier Science Program. It should be stressed, however, that theHFSP Journal is independent from the Human Frontier Science Program Organization and that submission to the HFSP Journal is open to all and that it is not restricted to awardees of HFSP grants and fellowships.

A truly interdisciplinary reviewing process: 'the reviewers' comments were unusually insightful and useful - spanning from mistakes in equations and other typos, to interesting suggestions for discussion. As an author I can say that this is really a very encouraging start for a new journal', Prof. Dan S. Tawfik from the Weizmann Institute of Science's department of Biological Chemistry in Rehovot, Israel explains.

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The Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation

jasss

Articles/year (est.):

30

Average evaluation time (est.):

6 months

ISI impact factor:

-

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Proponent: FJV

The Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation is an academic journal created and edited by Nigel Gilbert at the University of Surrey and published four times a year. The journal publishes articles in computational sociology, social simulation, complexity science, and artificial societies. Its approach is multi-disciplinary, integrating scholars from sociology, economy, computer science, or physics interested in the computer simulation of social processes. The journal is peer-reviewed and open access. JASSS has an average of 4,000 successful page requests per day.


 

Theoretical Computer Science

theoretical computer science

Articles/year (est.):

hundreds

Average evaluation time (est.):

-

ISI impact factor:

0.838

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Proponent: Gema

Theoretical Computer Science is mathematical and abstract in spirit, but it derives its motivation from practical and everyday computation. Its aim is to understand the nature of computation and, as a consequence of this understanding, provide more efficient methodologies. All papers introducing or studying mathematical, logic and formal concepts and methods are welcome, provided that their motivation is clearly drawn from the field of computing.

Papers published in Theoretical Computer Science are grouped in three sections according to their nature. The first section `Algorithms, automata, complexity and games' is devoted to the study of algorithms and their complexity using analytical, combinatorial or probabilistic methods. It includes the whole field of abstract complexity (i.e. all the results about the hierarchies that can be defined using Turing machines), the whole field of automata and language theory (including automata on infinite words and infinitary languages), the whole field of geometrical (graphic) applications and the whole field of measurement of system performance using statistical methods.

The second section,`Logic, semantics and theory of programming', is devoted to formal methods to check properties of programs or implement formally described languages; it contains all papers dealing with semantics of sequential and parallel programming languages. All formal methods treating these problems are published in this section, including rewriting techniques, abstract data types, automatic theorem proving, calculi such as SCP or CCS, Petri nets, new logic calculi and developments in categorical methods.

The third section, 'Natural Computing', is devoted to the study of computing occurring in nature and computing inspired by nature. In the rapidly evolving field of computer science natural computing plays an important role as the catalyst for the synergy of human designed computing with the computing going on in nature. This synergy leads to a deeper and broader understanding of the nature of computation. Although natural computing is concerned also with experiments and applications, this section of Theoretical Computer Science is focused on the theoretical aspects of natural computing with clear relevance to computing. Among others, it will contain papers dealing with the theoretical issues in evolutionary computing, neural networks, molecular computing, and quantum computing.

Theory of Computing Systems

theory of computing systems

Articles/year (est.):

-

Average evaluation time (est.):

-

ISI impact factor:

0.600

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An internTOCS is devoted to publishing original research from all areas of theoretical computer science, ranging from foundational areas such as computational complexity, to fundamental areas such as algorithms and data structures, to focused areas such as parallel and distributed algorithms and architectures. A more detailed enumeration of relevant topics is available from the specialties listed by the Editorial Board. ational journal exploring theoretical computer science and its applications.