About the Journal
The Journal of Intelligent Systems and Computing (JISCOM)
Frequency: 4 issues per year
The Journal of Intelligent Systems and Computing (JISCOM) is an open access scholarly journal published from the UK committed to the thorough examination and dissemination of research in the areas of intelligent systems and computing. Our objective is to offer a robust platform where global researchers, academics, and industry experts can share pioneering ideas, methodologies, and applications pertinent to these fields.
JISCOM maintains a scholarly interest in the broad and rapidly changing field of computing. We welcome submissions that explore the multitude of ways in which computer technology is employed to manage, process, and convey information. This may include, but is not limited to, research on computing methodologies, algorithms, data processing, artificial intelligence, machine learning, cloud computing, and cyber-security.
JISCOM invites submissions of original research articles, survey articles, review articles, case studies, and book reviews. We have a particular interest in work that bridges the divide between intelligent systems and computing, demonstrating the synergies and interplay between these two domains.
JISCOM is uniquely positioned to meet the evolving needs of the research community by promoting a rigorous, vibrant, and inclusive intellectual conversation. We believe in the transformative potential of research and are committed to showcasing the highest quality work in intelligent systems and computing.
JISCOM, through its commitment to academic excellence and dedication to the dissemination of knowledge, aims to be the first choice for scholars seeking the latest developments in the field of intelligent systems and computing.
Manuscripts can be submitted via our submission page.
There are NO PUBLICATION FEES to publish with this journal.
Articles published in JISCOM are open access articles distributed under the terms and conditions of the Creative Commons CC BY-NC-ND license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/bync-nd/4.0/), which allows reusers to copy and distribute the material in any medium or format in unadapted form only, for noncommercial purposes only, and only so long as the original work is properly cited.
JISCOM adheres to the highest standards of publishing ethics and takes all possible measures against publication malpractices, with rigorous processes in place to ensure this is achieved.
- All JISCOM submissions are checked for plagiarism using the industry standard software iThenticate or similar other software. If plagiarism is detected during the peer review process, the manuscript may be rejected. If plagiarism is detected after publication, an investigation will take place and action taken in accordance with our policies and academic norms.
- Plagiarism includes copying text, ideas, images, or data from another source, even from one's own publications, without giving any attribution to the original source.
- Plagiarism in any form is unacceptable and is considered a serious breach of professional conduct, with potentially severe ethical and legal consequences.
- Reuse of text that is copied from another source must be between quotes and the original source must be cited. If a study's design or the manuscript's structure or language has been inspired by previous works, these works must be explicitly cited.
- Image files must not be manipulated or adjusted in any way that could lead to misinterpretation of the information provided by the original image.
- Irregular manipulation includes: 1) introduction, enhancement, moving, or removing features from the original image; 2) grouping of images that should obviously be presented separately (e.g., from different parts of the same gel, or from different gels); or 3) modifying the contrast, brightness or color balance to obscure, eliminate or enhance some information.
- If irregular image manipulation is identified and confirmed during the peer review process, we may reject the manuscript. If irregular image manipulation is identified and confirmed after publication, an investigation will take place and action taken in accordance with our policies and academic norms.
- Designated members of our editorial team will investigate any allegations of publication misconduct and may contact the authors' institutions or funders if necessary. If evidence of misconduct is found, appropriate action will be taken to correct or retract the publication. Authors are expected to comply with the best ethical publication practices when publishing with JISCOM.
For all articles published in JISCOM, copyright is retained by Science and Technology Limited, 71-75 Shelton Street, Convent Garden, London WC2H 9JQ, United Kingdom.
Prior to publication all authors or their employers shall transfer to Science and Technology Limited in writing any copyright they hold for their individual articles. Such transfer shall be a necessary requirement for publication, except for materials in the public domain or which is reprinted from a copyrighted publication.
Articles are licensed under an open access Creative Commons CC BY-NC-ND license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/bync-nd/4.0/), which allows reusers to copy and distribute the material in any medium or format in unadapted form only, for noncommercial purposes only, and only so long as the original work is properly cited. These conditions allow for maximum use and exposure of the work, while ensuring that the authors receive proper credit.
As a British publication, JISCOM is legally bound to archive all published contents in The British Library depository, which provides a permanent archiving for British scholarly publications. JISCOM is also archived by the Public Knowledge Project's Preservation Network (PKP PN) of Simon Fraser University, Canada.
JISCOM allows and encourages authors to self-archive their articles on institutional or other specialized repositories, institutional or personal websites, and social networking sites such as ResearchGate and Academia.edu. Authors are allowed to deposit any or all versions (submitted/accepted/published) of their articles in an institutional or other repository of their choice.
There is no embargo on the self-archiving of articles. Authors are allowed deposition of articles on repositories, websites, and social networking sites immediately after publication on the journal website.