Information Systems Journals

Titles starting with "A"

Journals are listed alphabetically by title, disregarding 'The', 'Journal of', 'The Journal of', 'The International Journal of' or 'The Electronic Journal of'.


AACE Journal (AACEJ) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-04-09]
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Ceased in 2009


Academy of Information and Management Sciences Journal (AIMSJ) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-07]
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The Academy of Information and Management Sciences Journal is published by the Allied Academies, but the Editorial Board is independent of that body and exercises control over the editorial content. The Journal is currently published twice annually. Authors of manuscripts are invited to make direct submissions at any time. In addition, the Journal encourages participants in Allied Academies' conferences to submit their manuscripts for simultaneous review. The current time for review is approximately three months. The AIMSJ is a double blind, refereed journal which publishes theoretical and empirical manuscripts in information and management science. Its primary objective is to expand the boundaries of the literature by supporting the exchange of ideas and insights which further the understanding of management and information systems. Its current acceptance rate for manuscripts is 25%. Authors of practical or educational papers may also submit them to the AIMSJ for review. Manuscripts which the Editorial Board consider to be of interest to practitioners may be published in the Executive Forum, a special section of the Journal dedicated to current issues. Manuscripts which have an educational or pedagogic orientation are refereed by the Editorial Board for possible publication in the Academy of Educational Leadership Journal. Subjects of interest to the Editorial Board include all aspects of information systems and management science.


Academy of Management Journal (AMJ) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-21]
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The Academy of Management Journal (AMJ) publishes empirical articles of interest to members of the Academy of Management. The fields and topics of interest to the Academy membership are reflected in the divisions and interest groups listed on the inside front cover of the Journal. All articles published in the AMJ must make a strong empirical contribution. Purely conceptual papers should be submitted to the Academy of Management Review. All empirical methods - including (but not limited to) qualitative, quantitative, field, laboratory or combination methods - are welcome. All articles published in the Journal must make a strong theoretical contribution as well. Manuscripts that are primarily applied in focus and that have managers - rather than management researchers - as their intended audience should be submitted to the Academy of Management Executive. Submissions should reflect a clear understanding of the position of the contribution in the related organization and management literatures. Methodological articles are welcome, but they must contain an accompanying theoretical contribution. All articles published in the AMJ must be clearly relevant to management theory and to management practice. The best submissions are those that identify both a compelling practical management issue and a strong theoretical framework for addressing it. Submissions whose authors stop short of considering the implications of their findings for management will be less favorably reviewed.


Academy of Management Learning and Education (AMLE) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-07]
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The Academy of Management Learning & Education (AMLE) advances the knowledge and practice of management learning and education. It does so by publishing theoretical models and reviews, qualitative and quantitative research, critique, exchanges, and retrospectives on any substantive topic that is conceived with, and draws implications for, how managers learn and the educational process and context. AMLE is an interdisciplinary journal that broadly defines its constituents to include scholars, educators, program directors, deans, and other administrators at academic institutions, as well as consultants, policy makers and practitioners in private or public organizations in which management learning and education are of central concern.


Academy of Management Perspectives (AMP) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-07]
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Prior to Feb 2006, this journal was known as the Academy of Management Executive. The Academy of Management Perspectives is a journal of The Academy of Management. Founded in 1936, The Academy is the leading international organization of academics and practitioners that works to foster the advancement of research, learning, teaching, and practice in the management field. It has over 15,000 members in more than 90 countries. Beginning in November of 2004, the Academy of Management Perspectives has been led by a new editor, Peter Cappelli of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. With this change in leadership, the journal has undergone a shift in its mission and format. The mission of the new Academy of Management Perspectives (AMP) is to provide accessible articles about important issues concerning management and business. AMP articles are aimed at the non-specialist academic reader, not practicing managers, and rely on evidence as opposed to theory or opinion for their arguments. All articles are fundamentally based on research evidence, which can be quantitative or qualitative, but not on opinion. Articles focus on the phenomenon of business and management rather than theory; they do not necessarily have to advance the existing academic literature. Articles might include reviews of what we already know about particular topics, with an orientation specifically toward practical implications. Descriptive articles and those without a theoretical foundation, typically excluded from academic journals, might also be relevant if they advance our understanding of business and management practice.


Academy of Management Review (AMR) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-13]
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The mission of the Academy of Management Review (AMR) is to publish new theoretical insights that advance our understanding of management and organizations. AMR is receptive to a variety of perspectives, including those seeking to improve the effectiveness of, as well as those critical of, management and organizations. Submissions to AMR must extend theory in ways that permit the development of testable knowledge-based claims. To do this, researchers can develop new management and organization theory, significantly challenge or clarify existing theory, synthesize recent advances and ideas into fresh, if not entirely new theory, or initiate a search for new theory by identifying and delineating a novel theoretical problem. The contributions of AMR articles often are grounded in "normal science disciplines" of economics, psychology, sociology, or social psychology as well as nontraditional perspectives, such as the humanities. AMR publishes novel, insightful and carefully crafted conceptual work that challenges conventional wisdom concerning all aspects of organizations and their roles in society.


International Journal of Accounting and Information Management (IJAIM) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-29]
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The journal's primary objective is to stimulate research in accounting, finance, information systems and information management and discuss issues of significance to both the private and public sector. Special emphases are placed on the interaction between these areas of research in an international context. The journal purports to bridge the knowledge gaps between researchers and practitioners who are conducting research in all the aforementioned disciplines.


International Journal of Accounting Information Systems (IJAIS) [Entry Reviewed: 2014-01-28]
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The International Journal of Accounting Information Systems will publish thoughtful, well developed articles that examine the rapidly evolving relationship between accounting and information technology. Articles may range from empirical to analytical, from practice-based to the development of new techniques, but must be related to problems facing the integration of accounting and information technology. The journal will address (but will not limit itself to) the following specific issues: control and auditability of information systems; management of information technology; artificial intelligence research in accounting; development issues in accounting and information systems; human factors issues related to information technology; development of theories related to information technology; methodological issues in information technology research; information systems validation; human


Accounting, Management and Information Technologies (AMIT) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-05-29]
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Beginning with the first issue of 2001, Accounting, Management and Information Technologies changed its title to Information and Organization.


Journal of the ACM (JACM) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-13]
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The Journal of the ACM (JACM) aims to provide coverage of the most significant work going on in computer science, broadly construed. We publish original research papers of lasting value in computer science. To be accepted, a paper must be judged to be truly outstanding in its field and to be of interest to a wide audience. We are particularly interested in work at the boundaries, both the boundaries of subdisciplines of computer science and the boundaries between computer science and other fields. The best indicator of the scope of the journal is provided by the areas covered by its Editorial Board. These areas change from time to time, as the field evolves. The following areas are currently covered by a member of the Editorial Board:

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Complexity of Algorithms
  • Complexity Theory and Coding Theory
  • Computational Geometry
  • Computing in Technology and the Sciences
  • Cryptography and Security
  • Database Theory and Systems
  • Decisions, Uncertainty, and Computation
  • Distributed Computing
  • Graph Theory and Combinatorial Structures
  • Logic in Computer Science
  • Machine Learning and Computational Learning Theory
  • Networking .Numerical Computation
  • Operations Research, Game Theory and Economics
  • Parallel Algorithms .Parallel Computing and Architecture
  • Programming Languages
  • Randomized Algorithms and Probabilistic Analysis of Algorithms
  • Scientific Computing
  • Software Engineering
  • Analysis of Algorithms


ACM Computing Reviews (CR) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-08]
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ACM Computing Reviews is an ACM monthly journal produced in collaboration with Thinkcloud. The ACM Computing Reviews database is the largest and most comprehensive database of reviews covering the computing literature, providing practitioners, researchers, educators, and students with an unparalleled resource that provides a unique roadmap to the vast ocean of scholarly and practical information in one of the fastest moving fields of knowledge today.


ACM Computing Surveys (ACM CSurv) [Entry Reviewed: 2014-02-05]
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The primary purposes of the ACM Computing Surveys are to present new specialties and help practitioners and researchers stay abreast of all areas in the rapidly evolving field of computing. Computing Surveys focuses on integrating and adding understanding to the existing literature. This is accomplished by publishing surveys, tutorials, short articles, and symposia on special topics of interest to the membership of ACM. Computing Surveys does not publish "new" research. This is left to the Transactions and other specialized publications of of the ACM. Instead, Computing Surveys focuses on surveys and tutorials that integrate the existing literature and put its results in context. The main difference between a survey and a tutorial is emphasis. A survey article assumes a general knowledge of the area; it emphasizes the classification of the existing literature, developing a perspective on the area, and evaluating trends. A tutorial assumes its audience is inexpert; it emphasizes the basic concepts of the field and provides concrete examples that embody these concepts. Both surveys and tutorials must develop a framework or overall view of an area that integrates the existing literature. Frequently, such a framework exposes topics that need additional research; a good Computing Surveys article can fill such a void, but that is not its major purpose. Basically, a Computing Surveys article answers the questions, "What is currently known about this area, and what does it mean to researchers and practitioners?" It should supply the basic knowledge to enable new researchers to enter the area, current researchers to continue developments, and practitioners to apply the results.


ACM Journal of Computer Documentation (ACM JCD) [Entry Reviewed: 2010-02-01]
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The Journal of Computer Documentation (JCD) is ceased in November 2002.


ACM Journal of Data and Information Quality (ACM JDIQ) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-29]
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JDIQ's mission is to publish high quality articles that make a significant and novel contribution to the field of data and information quality. JDIQ welcomes research contributions on the following areas, but not limited to: Information Quality in the Enterprise Context; Database related technical solutions for Information Quality; Information Quality in the context of Computer Science and Information Technology; Information Curation. JDIQ accepts research conducted using a wide variety of methods ranging from positivists to interpretive methods, systems building descriptions, and database theory, as well as statistical analysis, mathematical modeling, quasi experimental methods, hermeneutics, action research, and case study. JDIQ accepts diverse research methods that are customary in different research backgrounds and traditions, both quantitative and qualitative. Research papers need to demonstrate the use of a rigorous method or methods. Research papers also need to provide valuable and relevant implications for applying their findings and solutions in practice.


ACM Letters on Programming Languages and Systems (ACM LoPLaS) [Entry Reviewed: 2010-02-01]
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ACM Letters on Programming Languages and Systems (LOPLAS) presents research results on all aspects of the design, definition, implementation and use of programming languages and systems. LOPLAS was folded into ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems (TOPLAS) in 1994.


ACM Transactions on Asian Language Information Processing (ACM TALIP) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-27]
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The ACM Transactions on Asian Language Information Processing (TALIP) publishes high quality original archival papers and technical notes in the areas of computation and processing of information in Asian languages and related disciplines. Formally, but not exclusively, the subjects to be covered by TALIP are:

  • Computational Linguistic: including phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics, etc. (From the view points of information processing and/or computation.)
  • Linguistic Resource: including computational lexicography, terminology, electronic dictionary, cross-lingual dictionary, electronic thesaurus, etc.
  • Hardware and software algorithms and tools for Asian language processing, e.g., handwritten character recognition.
  • Information Understanding: including text understanding, speech understanding, character recognition, discourse processing, dialogue systems, etc.
  • Machine Translation: including cross-language translation, text-to-speech/speech-to-text synthesis, image-to-text translation, etc.
  • Information Retrieval: including natural language processing (NLP) for concept-based indexing, natural language query interface, semantic-based relevance judgment, etc.
  • Information Extraction and Filtering: including automatic abstraction, user profiling, etc.
  • Multimedia Asian Information Processing: including speech, image, video, etc.
  • Cross-lingual information processing between Asian and Western natural language pairs (e.g., Chinese/English).

In general, TALIP broadly covers issues in NLP for Asian Languages. Aspects concerning theory, systems design, evaluation and applications in the aforesaid subjects will be covered. Emphasis will be placed on the originality and the practical significance of the reported research. Papers related to Western language information processing techniques and theory will also be considered if the ideas are shown to be equally applicable to Asian languages.


ACM Transactions on Computer Systems (ACM ToCS) [Entry Reviewed: 2014-01-28]
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The purpose of the ACM Transactions on Computer Systems is to present research and development results on the design, specification, realization, behavior, and use of computer systems. The term "computer systems" is interpreted broadly and includes systems architectures, operating systems, distributed systems, and computer networks. Articles that appear in TOCS will tend either to present new techniques and concepts or to report on experiences and experiments with actual systems. Insights useful to system designers, builders, and users will be emphasized. Among the topics within the scope of TOCS are the following:

  • design of entire systems
  • technology shifts
  • engineering trade-offs
  • storage management
  • system-user interface
  • communication management
  • reliability
  • implementation techniques
  • system validation
  • performance models
  • design of system components
  • processor management
  • security
  • file systems
  • protocols
  • data organization
  • fault tolerance
  • information flow
  • system verification
  • performance analysis


ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (ACM ToCHI) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-21]
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TOCHI publishes archival research papers in the following major areas.

  1. Studying new hardware and software architectures for building human-computer interfaces
  2. Studying new interactive techniques, metaphors and evaluation
  3. Studying processes and techniques for designing human-computer interfaces
  4. Studying users and groups of users to understand their needs.

Each of these primary areas can be further refined as follows:

  • Hardware and Software Architectures
    • User Interface Management Systems.
    • Windowing Systems.
    • Interface Software Tools.
    • Interactive Devices.
    • Interface Aspects of Multimedia.
  • Interactive Techniques, Metaphors and Evaluation
    • Interactive Techniques.
    • Workspace Models.
    • Data Presentation.
    • Tutorial and Help Systems.
    • Empirical Studies of Programmers.
  • User Interface Design Processes
    • Analysis and Evaluation Techniques.
    • Design Processes.
  • Users and Groups of Users
    • Models of Users.
    • Universal Access.
    • Group Work.
    • Organizational Context.
    • Application-Specific Designs.


ACM Transactions on Computing Education (TOCE) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-14]
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The ACM Transactions on Computing Education (TOCE) is ACM's new journal on computing education, replacing JERIC from March 2009. Endorsed by the SIGCSE and SIGITE Boards, the ACM Education Council, and the ACM Publication Board, this journal will support all aspects of computing education by publishing high quality, peer-reviewed, archival papers. These papers will address significant problems of lasting importance, and appeal to a broad audience interested in computing education: instructors, researchers, curriculum designers, and administrators. It is our intention that TOCE become the most prestigious and influential publication in computing education.

The common characteristics shared by papers published in TOCE are a scholarly approach to teaching and learning, relevance to the theory and practice of computing education, and a clear connection to student learning. The topics covered by TOCE will range across diverse aspects of computing education including

  • traditional computer science, computer engineering, software engineering, information technology, and informatics;
  • emerging aspects of computing; and
  • applications of computing to other disciplines, such as computational biology.


ACM Transactions on Database Systems (ACM ToDS) [Entry Reviewed: 2014-01-28]
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The ACM Transactions on Database Systems (TODS) publishes original archival papers in the area of databases and closely related disciplines. TODS welcomes papers on a full range of database research in the management of diverse forms of data. Such subjects include: data modeling, database languages, database theory, query processing, access methods and indexing, security and privacy, transaction management, fault tolerance, distribution, performance, data storage, data mining, and novel applications and infrastructures exploiting database technology. TODS encourages papers that explore the above subjects in the context of large distributed networks of computers, parallel or multiprocessing computers, or new data devices (including data storage devices, data capture devices, and data presentation devices). TODS also encourages papers that describe emerging data-intensive applications that cannot be satisfied by the current database technology. TODS welcomes papers that both lay theoretical foundations for database management and those that provide new insights into the design and implementation of large-scale database management systems, database application development tools, database access interface tools, and database connectivity tools for heterogeneous database systems. TODS also accepts papers that describe user and database administration experiences and issues in large-scale real-world database installations. The emphasis on integration of theory and practice is an attempt to encourage authors of theory papers to consider applicability and/or implementability of the theoretical results, while encouraging authors of systems papers to reflect on the theoretical results that may have been used in building the systems and/or to offer suggestions on issues that may require theoretical treatment. TODS also solicits focused surveys on topics relevant to TODS. These should be deep and will sometimes be quite narrow, but should make a contribution to our understanding of an important area or subarea of databases.


ACM Transactions on Design Automation of Electronic Systems (ACM ToDAES) [Entry Reviewed: 2014-01-28]
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The ACM Transactions on Design Automation of Electronic Systems (TODAES) publishes recent significant results of research and development efforts in the area of design automation of electronic systems. The TODAES editorial board invites submission of technical papers describing recent results of research and development efforts in the area of design automation of electronic systems. The journal intends to provide a comprehensive coverage of innovative works concerning the specification, design, analysis, simulation, testing, and evaluation of very large scale integrated electronic systems, emphasizing a computer science/engineering orientation. Topics include, but are not limited to:

  • System Design: Hardware description languages, design systems and databases, embedded systems, hardware/software co-design
  • High-Level Synthesis: Datapath/control synthesis and optimization
  • Logic Synthesis: Sequential and combinational synthesis and optimization, technology mapping
  • Physical Layout: Module generation, partitioning, floorplanning, placement, routing, compaction, layout verification
  • Design Verification: Formal methods, emulation, simulation, electrical and timing analysis
  • System Reliability: Fault tolerance, testing and test patterns generation, design for testability
  • High Performance Circuits: High frequency, low power, analog and mixed-signal circuits


ACM Transactions on Graphics (ACM ToG) [Entry Reviewed: 2014-01-28]
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The purpose of the ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG) is to further the development of computer graphics by encouraging high-quality research in the field and disseminating that research rapidly and widely. The term "computer graphics" is interpreted broadly; it includes, but is not limited to, work on animation, computer-aided design, color, computational geometry, geometric modeling, graphics hardware, human factors, image synthesis, interaction techniques (both 2D and 3D), lighting models, novel applications, real-time techniques, and rendering. Computer graphics is more than an academic discipline; it is an eclectic and heterogeneous field with wide-ranging applications. Consequently, TOG accepts papers on novel applications as well as traditional research contributions.


ACM Transactions on Information and System Security (ACM TISSEC) [Entry Reviewed: 2014-01-28]
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TISSEC publishes original high-quality research papers in all areas of information and system security including technologies, systems, applications, and policies. TISSEC's mission is to be the premier journal in its discipline. Topics of Interest

  • Security Technologies: authentication; authorization models and mechanisms; auditing and intrusion detection; cryptographic algorithms, protocols, services, and infrastructure; recovery and survivable operation; risk analysis; assurance including cryptanalysis and formal methods; penetration technologies including viruses, Trojan horses, spoofing, sniffing, cracking, and covert channels.
  • Secure Systems: secure operating systems, database systems and networks; secure distributed systems including security middleware; secure web browsers, servers, and mobile code; specialized secure systems for specific application areas; interoperability, and composition.
  • Security Applications: threats, system tradeoffs, and unique needs of applications; representative application areas include information systems, workflow, electronic commerce, electronic cash, copyright and intellectual property protection, telecommunications systems, wireless systems, and health care.
  • Security Policies: confidentiality, integrity, availability, privacy, usage, and survivability policies; tradeoffs, conflicts and synergy among security objectives.


ACM Transactions on Information Systems (ACM TOIS) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-13]
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The ACM Transactions on Information Systems (TOIS) considers the design, performance, and evaluation of computer systems that facilitate information access in a variety of media, as well as underlying technologies that support these systems. The major themes of TOIS and those topics which distinguish it from other ACM Transactions include:

  • Information Retrieval and Information Filtering.
  • Distributed Information Retrieval.
  • Information Interaction Interfaces.
  • Models of User Information Preferences and Interaction Behaviors.
  • Language Technologies.
  • Knowledge and Information Representation.
  • Algorithms, Data Structures, Methods, and Processes for Facilitating Information Access.
  • Knowledge Discovery.
  • Multimedia Information Systems.
  • Organizational Interfaces for Information Access and Social Impact of Information Systems.
  • Design and Evaluation of Information Access Systems.
  • Information System Applications.


ACM Transactions on Internet Technology (ACM ToIT) [Entry Reviewed: 2014-01-28]
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ACM Transactions on Internet Technology (TOIT) brings together many computing disciplines including computer software engineering, computer programming languages, middleware, database management, security, knowledge discovery and data mining, networking and distributed systems, communications, performance and scalability etc. TOIT will cover the results and roles of the individual disciplines and the relationshipsamong them.


ACM Transactions on Management Information Systems (ACM TMIS) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-27]
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ACM Transactions on Management Information Systems (ACM TMIS) is a scholarly journal that publishes the highest quality papers about the design, development, assessment, and management of information technology and systems within organizations. ACM TMIS is published quarterly, both in print and online. The journal welcomes innovative, high-impact papers on a full range of MIS and information technology (IT) related research areas, including, but not limited to: system analysis and design, IT innovations and project management, web-based information systems and applications, data and web mining, social computing and social media analytics, services computing and process management, knowledge management, green information systems, global information systems and e-business, information systems security and privacy, human-computer interactions, human behavior and organizational studies, social and cultural aspects of information systems, economics and information systems, and emerging information systems applications in health, government, and other organizations. Design science and system-oriented papers are especially welcome.


ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software (ACM ToMS) [Entry Reviewed: 2014-01-28]
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The purpose of the ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software (TOMS) is to communicate important research results concerning the development, evaluation and use of mathematical computer programs. In addition, TOMS publishes machine-readable computer software which is incorporated into the Collected Algorithms of the ACM. TOMS seeks contributions of lasting value in which technical quality is high, relevance to significant computations is high, interest and novelty is high, and presentation is effective. This scope of TOMS involves a number of dimensions, each of which overlap TOMS to some degree:

  • Methodology Design, development and implementation of algorithms; design of user and system interfaces; analysis, testing and evaluation of algorithms and computer programs; documentation, dissemination, and maintenance of computer programs.
  • Environment Machine arithmetic; parallel and vector processing; error handling; languages; software tools.
  • Paradigms Numeric computation; symbolic computation; computational science; problem solving environments; knowledge-based approaches; object-oriented computing.
  • Applications Mathematical function evaluation; linear algebra; nonlinear equations; interpolation and approximation; data handling, transforms; statistical analysis; quadrature; differential and integral equations; optimization; computational geometry; discrete mathematical algorithms; pattern recognition; sorting, searching, and classifying.


ACM Transactions on Modeling and Computer Simulation (ACM ToMaCS) [Entry Reviewed: 2014-01-28]
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The ACM Transactions on Modeling and Computer Simulation (TOMACS) provides a single archival source for the publication of high-quality research and developmental results in computer simulation. The subjects of emphasis are discrete event simulation, combined discrete and continuous simulation, as well as Monte Carlo methods. Papers in continuous simulation will also receive serious consideration if their contributions to modeling and simulation in general are substantial. The use of simulation techniques is pervasive, extending to virtually all the sciences. TOMACS serves to enhance the understanding, improve the practice, and increase the utilization of computer simulation. Submissions should contribute to the realization of these objectives, and papers treating applications should stress their contributions vis-a-vis these objectives. The scope of papers published in TOMACS includes, but is not limited to, the following general areas:

  • Advanced Applications
  • Distributed Simulation
  • Model Execution
  • Modeling Methodology
  • Random Numbers and Objects
  • Simulation Analysis
  • Verification, Validation, and Accreditation


ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems (ACM ToPLaS) [Entry Reviewed: 2014-01-28]
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ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems (TOPLAS) is the premier journal for reporting recent research advances in the areas of programming languages, and systems to assist the task of programming. The scope of TOPLAS includes, but is not limited to, the following subjects:

  • language design for sequential and parallel programming
  • programming language implementation
  • programming language semantics
  • compilers and interpreters
  • runtime systems for program execution
  • storage allocation and garbage collection
  • languages and methods for writing program specifications
  • languages and methods for secure and reliable programs
  • testing and verification of programs

Papers can be either theoretical or experimental in style, but in either case, they must contain innovative and novel content that advances the state of the art of programming languages and systems. We also invite strictly experimental papers that compare existing approaches, tutorial, and survey papers.


ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology (ACM TOSEM) [Entry Reviewed: 2014-01-28]
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The purpose of the ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology (TOSEM) is to publish original and significant results in all areas of software engineering research. In general, the systems to which the results apply should be sufficiently complex and long-lived to justify investment in languages, methods, and tools that support specification, design, implementation, validation, documentation, maintenance, reengineering, and other related activities. The scope of TOSEM includes models, languages, methods, mechanisms, and tools for the elaboration, evaluation, and evolution of products and processes all along the software lifecycle -- from requirements specification to software maintenance and reengineering. Formal and experimental approaches are both in the scope of TOSEM. Examples of topics include:

  • Requirements engineering: acquisition, modeling, specification, analysis, and prototyping;
  • Design engineering: software architectures, specification, refinement, design methods, strategies, and styles; documentation of design rationales;
  • Software testing, analysis and verification: algorithms, techniques and processes for assuring or assessing software with respect to functional or non-functional requirements;
  • Configuration management: version control and system evolution;
  • Software understanding and reengineering;
  • Reuse: techniques for reusing components such as specifications, designs, or code, or for making such products reusable;
  • Software process engineering: modeling, analysis, customization, enactment, evolution;
  • Software engineering environments: organization, tool integration and interoperability; object management, language-directed tools, knowledge-based tools, dedicated tools; software visualization;
  • Measurement, metrics, estimation methods, and empirical studies;
  • Human-Software interaction;
  • Collaborative software engineering;
  • Special software engineering techniques for: distributed systems, real-time systems, safety-critical systems, secure systems, multimedia systems, and mobile computing;
  • Adaptation of techniques from programming languages, artificial intelligence, or databases;
  • Domain-specific software engineering techniques.


Acta Applicandae Mathematicae (AAM) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-08]
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Acta Applicandae Mathematicae is devoted to the art and techniques of applying mathematics, and the development of new, applicable mathematical theories. It contains papers on the different aspects of the relation between theory and application: descriptive papers on actual applications, papers on the techniques and methods when applying existing mathematical tools (i.e., in working examples) and, of particular importance, papers on mathematics motivated by the prospect of potential application, and on those established parts of mathematics which seem to be on the threshold of application. Longer, survey-type papers, and also state-of-the-art review papers which are written with a broad and varied readership in mind are particularly encouraged.


Acta Informatica (AI) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-14]
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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.


International Journal of Actor-Network Theory and Technological Innovation (IJANTTI) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-09]
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The International Journal of Actor-Network Theory and Technological Innovation (IJANTTI) will cover a range of topics related to actor-network theory (ANT) and its use as a means of exploring socio-technical phenomena relating to the implementation and use of information and communication technologies (ICT). In recent years the ICT research community has begun to discover the power of using ANT as an explanatory framework for many of the things in which it is interested, and the journal will facilitate the distribution of research in this area. ICT inevitably involve interactions between technology and people, and this is the area in which ANT is particularly useful. An important goal of this journal will be to facilitate publication of the body of research relating to the use of actor-network theory as a means of understanding socio-technical phenomena and technological innovation.


International Journal of Ad Hoc and Ubiquitous Computing (IJAHUC) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-15]
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The IJAHUC publishes state-of-the-art international research in all areas of ad hoc and ubiquitous computing topics. The missions of IJAHUC are to improve international research on new and valuable ad hoc and ubiquitous computing technology by publishing high-quality articles, and to expose the reader to various methodologies and types of articles. The IJAHUC serves as a medium to report, exchange and discuss work-in-progress, experience, case studies, trend-setting ideas on ad hoc and ubiquitous computing as well as potential future directions and issues. All submissions must describe original research, not published or currently under review for another conference or journal. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Ad Hoc Computing
    • Addressing and location management
    • Architectures, protocols, and algorithms
    • Data management issues
    • Distributed technology
    • Network design and planning
    • Power-aware and energy-efficient designs
    • Quality of service
    • Resource allocation
    • Security and privacy
    • Self-configuring and self-healing schemes
    • Services and applications
    • Traffic analysis and control
    • Mobile ad hoc networking
    • Wireless sensor network
    • Mobile ad hoc learning
  • Ubiquitous Computing
    • System support infrastructures and services
    • Middleware services and agent technologies
    • Architectural structure, design decisions and philosophies
    • Interoperability and wide scale deployment
    • Context and location awareness, context based and implicit computing
    • User interfaces and interaction models
    • Software infrastructures
    • Service discovery mechanisms and protocols
    • Intelligent devices and environments
    • Wireless/mobile service management and delivery
    • Wearable computers and technologies
    • Personalised applications


Journal of Administration & Governance (JOAAG) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-23]
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The Journal of Administration & Governance (JOAAG) is a fully refereed bi-annual online journal dedicated to publish significant, interesting, and timely articles, both conceptual and empirical, on issues concerning public administration and governance. It is the official journal of the Network of Asia Pacific Schools and Institutes of Public Administration and Governance (NAPSIPAG).


Administrative Science Quarterly (ASQ) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-06]
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At the cutting edge since the field began, ASQ is the source of...

  • The best theoretical and empirical work in organization studies
    ASQ regularly publishes the best theoretical and empirical papers based on dissertations and on the evolving and new work of more established scholars. Look to ASQ for new work from young scholars with fresh views, opening new areas of inquiry, and from more seasoned scholars deepening earlier work and staking out new terrain.
  • Interdisciplinary work in organization theory
    ASQ publishes the best organizational theory papers from a number of disciplines, including organizational behavior and theory, sociology, psychology and social psychology, strategic management, economics, public administration, and industrial relations.
  • A range of perspectives and styles
    ASQ publishes qualitative papers as well as quantitative work and purely theoretical papers. Beginning with a special issue on qualitative research in 1979, ASQ set the standard for excellence in qualitative research. Theoretical perspectives and topics in ASQ span the range from micro to macro, from lab experiments in psychology to work on nation-states.
  • Award-winning papers
    For three consecutive years, papers published in ASQ have won the Best Paper Award from the Academy of Management's Organizational Behavior Division. The award is given each year for the most significant contribution to the field of organizational behavior.
  • Informative book reviews
    ASQ publishes thoughtful reviews of books important to the field, giving readers enough information about each book and its contribution so that they can judge for themselves whether the book will be helpful. In addition, in each issue a list of publications received alerts readers to the release of new books on organization studies and business management.


Advanced Engineering Informatics (AEI) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-08]
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Advanced computing applications are changing the way engineers interact with computers. Explicit knowledge representation formalisms and new reasoning techniques are no longer the sole territory of artificial intelligence. For knowledge-intensive tasks in engineering, a new philosophy called Engineering Informatics is emerging. Advanced Engineering Informatics is an international journal containing original papers that:

  • Report progress in the engineering discipline of applying computer science.
  • Have engineering relevance and help provide the scientific base to make engineering decision-making more reliable, spontaneous and creative.
  • Contain novel research that demonstrates the science supporting knowledge-intensive engineering tasks.
  • Validate the generality, power and scalability of new methods through vigorous evaluation, preferably both qualitatively and quantitatively.

Advanced Engineering Informatics solicits papers that meet these criteria with particular emphases both on 'knowledge' and 'engineering applications'. Papers missing explicit representation and use of knowledge, such as those describing soft computing techniques and mathematical optimization methods, do not normally qualify for publication in the Journal. Papers must illustrate contributions using engineering examples. Papers that report application of an established method to a new engineering subdomain will qualify only if they convincingly demonstrate noteworthy new power, generality or scalability in comparison with previously reported validation results. Finally, papers that discuss software engineering issues only are not in the scope of this journal.


International Journal of Advanced Media and Communication (IJAMC) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-15]
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IJAMC aims at publishing high quality research papers produced by academics, engineers and invited guests on a variety of topics related to advanced multimedia communications. The research papers selected for publication in the journal are subject to an extensive review process by both internal and external referees. The mission of IJAMC is:

  • To advance international research on multimedia communications by publishing high quality articles
  • To expose the reader to various interdisciplinary use of new media
  • To provide an authoritative journal for readers

Topics include, but are not restricted to, the following areas:

  • Multimedia communications and Internet systems
  • P2P protocols and network overlays for delivery of multimedia
  • Video and audio streaming and content delivery networks
  • Distributed multimedia technology, protocols and services
  • Multimedia information description, discovery, and usage
  • Multimedia content processing
  • Haptics and tele-haptics
  • Collaborative environments
  • Security and intellectual property management in multimedia
  • Educational multimedia and e-learning
  • Medical media, communications, and applications
  • Virtual reality and new media
  • Massively multiuser virtual environments and online gaming


International Journal of Advanced Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing (IJAPUC) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-29]
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The International Journal of Advanced Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing (IJAPUC) is a refereed, international journal that specialises in publishing any work that deals with aspects of the emerging pervasive and ubiquitous computing field relevant to the Information Systems discipline. Published articles may include coverage of challenges, opportunities, problems, trends, and solutions encountered by both scholars and practitioners in the field of Information Systems. IJAPUC emphasizes pervasive and ubiquitous aspects of Information Systems. Articles published in IJAPUC deal with a vast number of issues concerning usage, failure, success, policies, strategies, and applications of information systems in emerging pervasive and ubiquitous computing environments.


Advances in Decision Sciences (ADS) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-05]
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Advances in Decision Sciences is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research articles as well as review articles in all areas of decision sciences.


Advances in Engineering Software (AES) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-08]
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The objective of this journal is to communicate recent and projected advances in computer-based engineering techniques. The fields covered include mechanical, aerospace, civil and environmental engineering, with an emphasis on research and development leading to practical problem-solving. The scope of the journal includes:

  • innovative computational strategies and numerical algorithms for large-scale engineering problems
  • analysis and simulation techniques and systems
  • model and mesh generation
  • control of the accuracy, stability and efficiency of computational process
  • exploitation of new computing environments (eg distributed heterogeneous and collaborative computing)
  • advanced visualization techniques, virtual environments and prototyping
  • applications of AI, knowledge-based systems, computational intelligence, including fuzzy logic, neural networks and evolutionary computations
  • application of object-oriented technology to engineering problems
  • intelligent human computer interfaces
  • design automation, multidisciplinary design and optimization
  • CAD, CAE and integrated process and product development systems
  • quality and reliability


International Journal on Advances in ICT for Emerging Regions (ICTer) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-30]
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The International Journal on Advances in ICT for Emerging Regions (ICTer) will promote research findings in all aspects of Computer Science, Information Technology and Information Systems which would have a significant impact on sustainable development and socio-technological advancement in the emerging regions of the world. For example, these can be in innovative approaches to providing access to the Internet, support for local languages and search techniques, applications for emerging regions in areas of eHealth, eLearning, eGovernment etc. In addition, this journal will also encourage the publication of ICT related technical research work conducted in the emerging regions, contributing to the advancement of the knowledge horizon. The emphasis will be on the publication of papers based on original research work, but will also be open to, case studies and extended versions of peer reviewed conference papers.


Advances in Information Mining (AIM) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-30]
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Advances in Information Mining aims to publish and disseminate knowledge on information retrieval including theoretical, experimental and applied research. Theoretical research reports a significant conceptual advance in the design of algorithms or other processes for some information retrieval task. Experimental research details a test of one or more theoretical ideas in a laboratory or natural setting. Application research cover successful application of some already established technique to a significant real world problem involving information retrieval. Information retrieval overlaps with a variety of technical and behavioral fields. As a result, the journal includes papers, which unify concepts across several traditional disciplinary boundaries, with specific application to problems of information retrieval. The journal is targeted at both academic researchers and practicing IT professionals. This journal serves as an international forum for theory and experiment in information retrieval and its application in the networked information environment.


Journal of Advances in Information Technology (JAIT) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-30]
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Journal of Advances in Information Technology (JAIT) is centered around the idea of new and emerging IT advancements geared towards finding solutions in tackling the problems and challenges that we face in the 21st century. This necessitates a forward-looking and multidisciplinary & convergent approach and aims at harnessing advances in computing and IT both to improve our everyday life in a multitude of ways and to meet the challenges of tomorrow. JAIT is intended to reflect new directions of research and report latest advances on IT solutions for managing challenges and problems within the highlighted scope.


African Journal of Information and Communication (AJIC) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-30]
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The African Journal of Information and Communication (AJIC) is published by the Learning Information Networking and Knowledge (LINK) Centre, Graduate School of Public and Development Management as a forum for research, scholarship and academic debate within the broad ICT sector across the continent of Africa. It is an annual, interdisciplinary journal concerned with Africa's participation in the "information society" and network economy. AJIC focuses on information and communication technology (ICT) issues at the global, regional and national level that have implications for developing countries in general, and for Africa and the Southern African region in particular, encouraging debate on different aspects of ICT policy, regulation, strategy and implementation. It is both a rigorous academic journal and a practical tool to inform the continent


African Journal of Information and Communication Technology (AJICT) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-08]
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African Journal of Information and Communication Technology (AJ-ICT) is an international journal providing a publication vehicle for complete coverage of all topics of interest to those involved in computing, electronic communications and information technology systems. The Editorial Board will consider for publication any material that is of interest to the defined audience. Material on all aspects of the design, implementation, use and management of computer and communication networks including the Internet, communication subsystems (and all other supporting activities), computer science, software development and engineering, is published. Specifically included are non-technical but topical issues in the economics of ICT, legal and regulatory issues and e-Learning impacts. African Journal of Information and Communication Technology (AJICT) focuses on several broad areas of interest to its readers including:

  1. Telecommunications Theory and Systems
  2. Communication and Sensor Networks
  3. Computer Systems Engineering
  4. Computer Software, Hardware, Prootcols and Algorithms
  5. Wireless and Mobile Communications
  6. Information Systems
  7. Bio-Informatics and e-Technologies
  8. Artificial Intelligence


The African Journal of Information Systems (AJIS) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-26]
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The African Journal of Information Systems (AJIS) provides a high caliber scholarly research journal in information and communication technology (ICT). The focus of AJIS is to acquaint a broad audience of readers in the variety of intellectual traditions included under the rubric of ICT in Africa. Therefore, the journal aims at disseminating research on the transfer, diffusion, and adoption of ICT within the context of Africa; the innovation and development of ICT solutions for and within this context; impacts of ICT on society and of society on ICT; and other relevant normative, empirical, and theoretical concerns of ICT development, implementation, strategy, management and policy that are distinctive to Africa and associated developing economies.


International Journal of Agile Systems and Management (IJASM) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-19]
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The objectives of IJASM are to establish an effective channel of communication between academe, industry and persons concerned with business agility, organisational competitiveness and supply chain responsiveness. It also aims to promote and coordinate knowledge developments in the emerging field of agile organisation research, e-supply chain coordination and performance evaluation, knowledge transfer and the spread of good practice. The international dimension is emphasised in order to appreciate and overcome cultural barriers, and to understand the relevance of national context, meet the needs of increasingly global businesses and management internationalisation. Special Issues devoted to important topics in agile organisation, competitiveness and supply chain agility will occasionally be published. Subject Coverage:

  • Agile organisation, methodology, framework, tools and techniques
  • Supply chain agility and responsiveness
  • Agile enterprise information systems, development and evaluation
  • Operations management and strategy for business agility
  • Agility strategy, content, context and processes
  • Benchmarking, metrics and performance drivers for agile organisations
  • Clusters, industrial districts and competitiveness
  • Enterprise and supply chain resource planning
  • Supply chain planning, execution, modelling and optimisation
  • Complexity and uncertainty in supply chains and agile diagnostic tools
  • Knowledge management, managerial effectiveness and organisational agility
  • Agile decision support systems
  • Agile operations and production systems
  • Service operations and agility in service organisations
  • Agile information systems
  • Agile manufacturing systems
  • Agile technology, rapid product/service design and process improvement
  • Management systems and contemporary management theory


AI and Society (AIS) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-08]
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AI & Society, the journal of human-centred systems, is a refereed international journal publishing scholarly articles, discussion papers, short communications and reviews of books and other publications. Established in 1987, the journal focuses on the issues associated with the policy, design and management of information, communications and media technologies, and their broader social, economic, cultural and philosophical implications. AI & Society is broad based an strongly interdisciplinary, and welcomes contributions and participation from researchers and practitioners in a variety of fields including information technologies, social sciences, arts and humanities. "Technological innovations offer a great potential for a new social and economic renaissance, but also possess the risk of exclusion of people and their aspirations from shaping the post-industrial society. New technologies provide opportunities for the creation of new forms of employment, human services and living conditions, but at the same time there are dangers of decontextualising identity and thought, and of closing down human capacities for social innovation and sustainability" (New Visions of the Post-Industrial Society, Int. Conf. July 1994). As the 21st Century dawns, a gap is emerging between the reality of the rapidly evolving 'information society' and the humanistic vision of developing socially useful technologies which deal with wider societal issues. AI & Society provides an international forum for analysis of these conflicts and dilemmas, and a focus for a growing community committed to the 'knowledge society' and to 'human-centered' technologies and systems. Rather than concentrate on technical aspects of information and communication systems, AI & Society emphasizes the need to understand the potential and consequences of using these powerful tools.


AI Communications (AIC) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-08]
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AI Communications is a journal on Artificial Intelligence which has a close relationship to ECCAI (the European Coordinating Committee for Artificial Intelligence). It covers the whole AI community; scientific institutions as well as commercial and industrial companies, AI Communications aims to enhance contacts and information exchange between AI researchers and developers, and to provide supranational information to those concerned with AI and advanced information processing. AI Communications publishes refereed articles concerning scientific and technical AI procedures, provided they are of sufficient interest to a large readership of both scientific and practical background. In addition it contains high-level background material, both at the technical level as well as the level of opinions, policies and news.


AI Magazine (AIMag) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-06]
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Called the "journal of record for the AI community," AI Magazine helps AAAI members stay abreast of significant new research and literature across the entire field of artificial intelligence. This quarterly publication features timely, feature-length articles, consistently crafted to be clear enough to permit specialists to review work outside their particular area of expertise.


AIS Transactions on Enterprise Systems (AIS-TES) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-29]
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The objective of the online journal 'AIS Transaction on Enterprise Systems' (AIS-TES) is to connect experts, freshmen and people just being curious about enterprise systems to one innovative community. Scientists from all over the world can publish their articles and stay in dialogue with colleagues and industry. AIS-TES provides a platform for the international knowledge exchange between academics, researchers, practitioners and newcomers in the field of enterprise systems. It also aims for discovering and defining new directions of research and topics. AIS Transaction on Enterprise Systems is an international open access online journal with an issue appearing every six months.


AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction (THCI) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-29]
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THCI is a high-quality peer-reviewed international scholarly journal on Human-Computer Interaction. As an AIS journal, THCI is oriented to the Information Systems community, emphasizing applications in business, managerial, organizational, and cultural contexts. However, it is open to all related communities that share intellectual interests in HCI phenomena and issues. The editorial objective is to enhance and communicate knowledge about the interplay among humans, information, technologies, and tasks in order to guide the development and use of human-centered Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and services for individuals, groups, organizations, and communities.


Algorithmica (Algorithmica) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-08]
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Algorithmica is an international journal which publishes theoretical papers on algorithms that address problems arising in practical areas, and experimental papers of general appeal for practical importance or techniques. The development of algorithms is an integral part of computer science. The increasing complexity and scope of computer applications makes the design of efficient algorithms essential. Algorithmica covers algorithms in applied areas such as: VLSI, distributed computing, parallel processing, automated design, robotics, graphics, data base design, software tools, as well as algorithms in fundamental areas such as sorting, searching, data structures, computational geometry, and linear programming. In addition, the journal features two special sections: Application Experience, presenting findings obtained from applications of theoretical results to practical situations, and Problems, offering short papers presenting problems on selected topics of computer science.


Journal of American Health Information Management Association (JAHIMA) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-15]
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The Journal of AHIMA is a peer-reviewed publication that serves as a professional development tool for health information management professionals. Our mission is to keep readers current on issues that affect the practice of health information management. We are seeking original manuscripts about current issues and best practices in health information management that present new knowledge, are grounded in experience or applied research, and represent the diversity of new roles in the field. There are a number of subjects of interest to Journal readers, including innovative solutions, research projects, case studies, or technology-based issues. While our coverage is not limited to these, some hot topics in health information management include:

  • Electronic Health Records
  • Revenue Cycle Management
  • Privacy and Security
  • Management Issues
  • Data Quality
  • Personal Health Records
  • Billing and Reimbursement
  • Compliance


American Journal of Business (AJB) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-08]
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The American Journal of Business (formerly the Mid-American Journal of Business) provides an effective medium for academics and practitioners to share and discuss key business developments and issues. The Journal's audience is the business community-both academic and practitioner. It is the intent of the Journal to publish articles aimed at improving business practices or enhancing instructional efforts through application, transfer and interpretation of knowledge. The Journal publishes discipline-based scholarship and welcomes contributions that apply research to practice.


The American Journal of Distance Education (AJDE) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-08]
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AJDE is the internationally recognized journal of research and scholarship in the field of American distance education. Distance education describes teaching-learning relationships where the actors are geographically separated and communication between them is through technologies such as audio and video broadcasts, teleconferences and recordings; printed study guides; and multimedia systems. The principal technology of current research interest is the World Wide Web, and subfields of distance education therefore include on-line learning, e-learning, distributed learning, asynchronous learning and blended learning. With increasing numbers of individuals and institutions becoming involved in these various forms of distance education, the AJDE offers a solid foundation of valuable research-based knowledge about all aspects of the pedagogy of the field. Peer reviewed articles provide reports on the latest findings in such areas as:

  • building and sustaining effective delivery systems;
  • course design and application of instructional design theories
  • facilitating interaction between students and with instructors;
  • factors influencing student achievement and satisfaction;
  • the changing roles of faculty and changes in institutional culture;
  • administrative and policy issues including cost-effectiveness and copyright.


Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-09]
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AMIA's bimonthly journal, JAMIA, presents peer-reviewed articles that assist physicians, informaticians, scientists, nurses, and other health care professionals develop and apply medical informatics to patient care, teaching, research, and health care administration. JAMIA has rapidly established a reputation for presenting high-quality, cutting-edge information. Each issue contains state-of-the-art reviews, discussion forums, and invited editorials presented as brief reviews or full-length papers. A variety of formats accommodates work at all stages, from model formulation through definitive studies.


Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (JASIST) [Entry Reviewed: 2014-02-05]
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See Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology .


Annals of Cases on Information Technology (ACIT) [Entry Reviewed: 2010-02-01]
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Became Journal of Cases on Information Technology from 2005. See entry under that name.


Annals of Information Systems (AoIS) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-16]
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Annals of Information Systems comprises serialized volumes that address a specialized topic or a theme. AoIS publishes peer reviewed works in the analytical, technical as well as the organizational side of information systems. The numbered volumes are guest-edited by experts in a specific domain. Some volumes may be based upon refereed papers from selected conferences. AoIS volumes are available as individual books as well as a serialized collection. Annals of Information Systems is allied with the 'Integrated Series in Information Systems' (IS2). Proposals are invited for contributions to be published in the Annals of Information Systems. The Annals focus on high quality scholarly publications, and the editors benefit from Springer's international network for promotion of your edited volume as a serialized publication and also a book.


Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence (AMAI) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-08]
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Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence presents a range of topics of concern to scholars applying quantitative, combinatorial, logical, algebraic and algorithmic methods to diverse areas of Artificial Intelligence, from decision support, automated deduction, and reasoning, to knowledge-based systems, machine learning, computer vision, robotics and planning. The journal features collections of papers appearing either in volumes (400 pages) or in separate issues (100-300 pages), which focus on one topic and have one or more guest editors. Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence hopes to influence the spawning of new areas of applied mathematics and strengthen the scientific underpinnings of Artificial Intelligence.


Annals of Software Engineering (ASE) [Entry Reviewed: 2010-02-01]
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Ceased December 2002.


Annals of the Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi (AAICUI) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-29]
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The Journal called Analele Universitatii "Alexandru Ioan Cuza" Iasi (Annals of the "Alexandru Ioan Cuza" Univesity of Iasi), Economic Sciences Section, was first published in 1954. It is published under the care of the "Alexandru Ioan Cuza" University, the oldest higher education institution in Romania, a place of excellence and innovation in education and research since 1860. Throughout its editorial life, the journal has been continuously improving. Renowned professors, well-known in the country and abroad, have published in this journal. The quality of the published materials is ensured both through their review by external reviewers of the institution and by the editorial staff that includes professors for each area of interest. The journal has been and is still published yearly. Given the high quality of the articles published, the journal has a special informative role. It includes articles with a strong impact on the academic environment and the journal has also proven to be a real support to practitioners and specialists in various fields. Thus, the journal is intended for the university staff, researchers, students, practitioners in several areas of economics, entrepreneurs, government officials etc. The journal is divided into the following main sections: Micro and Macroeconomics, Accounting and Economic Analysis, Business Computing, Finance, Public Administration, Management and Marketing, Statistics, Econometrics, Business Communication. Business law papers have also been published in the journal since 1995, as well as articles dealing with Business English and Business French since 2002.


Annual Review of Information Science and Technology (ARIST) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-07]
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The Annual Review of Information Science and Technology (ARIST) has long been considered a landmark publication within the information science community. It surveys the landscape of information science and technology, providing the reader with an analytical, authoritative and accessible overview of recent trends and significant developments. One volume is published each year. The range of topics varies considerably, reflecting the dynamism of the discipline and the diversity of theoretical and applied perspectives connoted by the rubric 'information science and technology'. While ARIST continues to cover key topics associated with 'classical' information science (e.g., bibliometrics, information retrieval), the Review is expanding its footprint, prudently and selectively, in an effort to connect information science more tightly with cognate academic and professional communities.


Applicable Algebra in Engineering, Communication and Computing (AAECC) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-08]
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Applicable Algebra in Engineering, Communication and Computing publishes mathematically rigorous, original research papers reporting on algebraic methods and techniques relevant to all domains concerned with computers, intelligent systems and communications. Coverage includes vision, robotics, system design, fault tolerance and dependability of systems, VLSI technology, signal processing, signal theory, coding, error control techniques, cryptography, protocol specification, networks, software engineering, arithmetics, algorithms, complexity, computer algebra, programming languages, logic and functional programming, algebraic specification, term rewriting systems, theorem proving, graphics, modeling, knowledge engineering, expert systems, and artificial intelligence methodology. The journal offers papers dealing with problems in commutative or non-commutative algebra, group theory, field theory, or real algebraic geometry, among others.


Applied Artificial Intelligence (AAI) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-06]
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Applied Artificial Intelligence addresses concerns in applied research and applications of artificial intelligence (AI). The journal also acts as a medium for exchanging ideas and thoughts about impacts of AI research. Articles highlight advances in uses of AI systems for solving tasks in management, industry, engineering, administration, and education evaluations of existing AI systems and tools, emphasizing comparative studies and user experiences and the economic, social, and cultural impacts of AI. Papers on key applications, highlighting methods, time schedules, person-months needed, and other relevant material are welcome.


Journal of Applied Behaviour Analysis (JABA) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-19]
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The Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis is primarily for the original publication of reports of experimental research involving applications of the experimental analysis of behavior to problems of social importance. It will also publish technical articles relevant to such research and discussion of issues arising from behavioral applications. The Journal is published quarterly by the Society for the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, Inc., at Lawrence, Kansas.


Applied Categorical Structures (ACS) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-08]
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Applied Categorical Structures focuses on applications of results, techniques and ideas from category theory to mathematics, in particular algebra, analysis, order and topology and computer science. These include the study of topological and algebraic categories, representation theory, algebraic geometry, homological and homotopical algebra, derived and triangulated categories, categorical investigations in functional analysis, in continuous order theory, in algebraic and logical type theory, in automata theory, in data bases and in languages. In addition, the journal also follows the development of emerging fields in which the application of categorical methods proves to be relevant. Applied Categorical Structures publishes both carefully refereed research papers and survey papers. It promotes communication and increases the dissemination of new results and ideas among mathematicians and computer scientists who use categorical methods in their research.


Applied Computing and Informatics (ACI) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-13]
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Applied Computing and Informatics aims to be timely in disseminating leading-edge knowledge to researchers, practitioners and academics whose interest is in the latest developments in applied computing and information systems concepts, strategies, practices, tools and technologies. In particular, the journal encourages research studies that have significant contributions to make to the continuous development and improvement of IT practices in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. By doing so, the journal attempts to bridge the gap between the academic and industrial community, and therefore, welcomes theoretically grounded, methodologically sound research studies that address various IT-related problems and innovations of an applied nature. The journal will serve as a forum for practitioners, researchers, managers and IT policy makers to share their knowledge and experience in the design, development, implementation, management and evaluation of various IT applications.


Applied Computing Review (ACR) [Entry Reviewed: 2010-02-02]
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Ceased 2005


International Journal of Applied Decision Sciences (IJADS) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-26]
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The principal objective of the journal is to establish an effective channel of communication between policy makers, government agencies, practicing managers, academic and research institutions and persons concerned with the practical applications of decision sciences. IJADS is interested but not confined to papers that focus on one or more of the following dimensions:

  • Define new problem domains in managerial decision-making
  • Develop new methodologies to formulate decision problems
  • Apply decision sciences and/or information systems methods uniquely to interesting problems.


Applied Intelligence (AI) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-08]
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With a focus on research in artificial intelligence and neural networks, this journal addresses issues involving solutions of real-life manufacturing, defense, management, government and industrial problems which are too complex to be solved through conventional approaches and require the simulation of intelligent thought processes, heuristics, applications of knowledge, and distributed and parallel processing. The integration of these multiple approaches in solving complex problems is of particular importance. The journal presents new and original research and technological developments, addressing real and complex issues applicable to difficult problems. It provides a medium for exchanging scientific research and technological achievements accomplished by the international community.


The Online Journal of Applied Knowledge Management (OJAKM) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-11-20]
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The Online Journal of Applied Knowledge Management (OJAKM) is a multidisciplinary peer refereed journal that endeavors to provide readers around the globe with the widest possible coverage of high quality applied research, practice, and innovation articles that cover all aspects of KM at academia, industry, and government. OJAKM is published annually in one volume. Its articles appear immediately online as accepted. The articles are open access and free of charge. The institute does not charge authors for their accepted papers published in the journal.


International Journal of Applied Logistics (IJAL) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-16]
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The International Journal of Applied Logistics (IJAL) disseminates supply chain management and applied logistic theories, technology development, innovation, and transformation in various economy sectors upon current, advancing technological opportunities and market imperatives. This journal addresses latest academic research and industry practices on emerging enabling technologies including RFID, innovations in logistics and supply chain management, and transformations of a more efficient economy.


International Journal of Applied Management and Technology (IJAMT) [Entry Reviewed: 2014-01-28]
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The International Journal of Applied Management and Technology (IJAMT),sponsored by Walden University


Journal of Applied Mathematics and Decision Sciences (JAMDS) [Entry Reviewed: 2010-08-03]
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Renamed Advances in Decision Sciences in 2010.


Applied Ontology (AO) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-19]
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Applied Ontology is a new journal whose focus is on information content in its broadest sense. As the subtitle makes clear, two broad kinds of content-based research activities are envisioned: ontological analysis and conceptual modeling. The former includes any attempt to investigate the nature and structure of a domain of interest using rigorous philosophical or logical tools; the latter concerns the cognitive and linguistic structures we use to model the world, as well as the various analysis tools and methodologies we adopt for producing useful computational models, such as information systems schemes or knowledge structures. Applied Ontology is the first journal with explicit and exclusive focus on ontological analysis and conceptual modeling under an interdisciplinary view. It aims to establish a unique niche in the realm of scientific journals by carefully avoiding unnecessary duplication with discipline-oriented journals. For this reason, authors will be encouraged to use language that will be intelligible also to those outside their specific sector of expertise, and the review process will be tailored to this end. For example, authors of theoretical contributions will be encouraged to show the relevance of their theory for applications, while authors of more technological papers will be encouraged to show the relevance of a well-founded theoretical perspective. Moreover, the journal will publish papers focusing on representation languages or algorithms only where these address relevant content issues, whether at the level of practical application or of theoretical understanding. Similarly, it will publish descriptions of tools or implemented systems only where a contribution to the practice of ontological analysis and conceptual modeling is clearly established.


Applied Soft Computing (ASC) [Entry Reviewed: 2014-01-28]
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Applied Soft Computing is an international journal promoting an integrated view of soft computing to solve real life problems. Soft computing is a collection of methodologies, which aim to exploit tolerance for imprecision, uncertainty and partial truth to achieve tractability, robustness and low solution cost. The focus is to publish the highest quality research in application and convergence of the areas of Fuzzy Logic, Neural Networks, Evolutionary Computing, Rough Sets and other similar techniques to address real world complexities. Applied Soft Computing is a rolling publication: articles are published as soon as the editor-in-chief has accepted them. Therefore, the web site will continuously be updated with new articles and the publication time will be short.


International Journal of Applied Systemic Studies (IJASS) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-26]
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The mission of IJASS is to develop methodologies based on the laws and rules of various sciences. New designs and functional methodologies are composed for applications in business, operational and social, as well as biological, phenomena. The objectives of IJASS are to spread the science of systems and present the research and application results of its domain. As the science rapidly changes and grows, resources and time become more precious. IJASS provides the very best information and analysis to keep up to date with the latest developments and approaches to other scientific domains, through the application of systems approaches to them. IJASS aims to:

  • To provide a forum for the exchange of experiences and information of studying the systems and the methodologies, tools and products used to design, measure and achieve it.
  • To promote awareness of the crucial role of systems studies in the effective construction of the information systems developed, used, and/or maintained by organizations in pursuit of their business objectives. To provide a vehicle for the publication of academic papers related to all aspects of soft and hard system approaches.


Journal of Applied Systems Studies (JASS) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-19]
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The mission of the Journal of Applied Systems Studies is on the development of methodologies based on the laws and rules of various sciences. New designs and functional methodologies are composed for applications in business, operational and social, as well as biological phenomena. The objectives of the Journal of Applied Systems Studies are to widespread the science of systems and present the research and application results of its domain. As the science rapidly changes and grows, resources and time become more precious, Journal of Applied Systems Studies provides the very best information and analysis to keep up to date with the latest developments and approaches to other scientific domains, through the application of systems approaches upon them.


International Arab Journal of e-Technology (IAJeT) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-29]
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The aims of this international journal are to provide a forum for original and significant contributions in the field of e-technology, to promote exchange of information and knowledge in research work, to explore the new developments and inventions related to the use of e-technology towards the structuring of an information society, and to assist the academic staff from local and foreign institutions on publishing research results and studies in computer science and information technology through a scholarly publication. Published papers will range from reports on systems that are currently being designed, implemented, and used to theoretical papers concerning formal specification, verification, and synthesis of e-based information systems. Unpublished papers and extended versions of papers presented at conferences may be submitted for possible publication in the journal. Surveys and tutorial papers are welcome. In all cases, acceptance of papers will be based on originality and contribution.


International Arab Journal of Information Technology (IAJIT) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-23]
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The aims of this international journal are to provide a forum for original and significant contributions in the field of information technology, to promote exchange of information and knowledge in research work, to explore the new developments and inventions related to the use of information technology towards the structuring of an information society, and to assist the academic staff from local and foreign institutions on publishing research results and studies in computer science and information technology through a scholarly publication. Published papers will range from reports on systems that are currently being designed, implemented, and used to theoretical papers concerning formal specification, verification, and synthesis of information systems. Unpublished papers and extended versions of papers presented at conferences may be submitted for possible publication in the journal. Surveys and tutorial papers are welcome. In all cases, acceptance of papers will be based on originality and contribution. The scope of the journal includes, but is not limited to:

  • AI & Expert Systems
  • Database Systems
  • Systems Software
  • Computer Networks
  • Computer Architecture
  • Parallel & Distributed Systems
  • Internet & the Web
  • Computer Graphics
  • Computer Simulation
  • Digital Telecommunications
  • Neural Networks
  • Software Engineering
  • Distance Learning
  • Algorithms & Applications
  • Image Processing
  • Arabic Language Processing
  • IT & Society
  • Information Systems
  • Pattern Recognition
  • Reliability & Fault Tolerance
  • Computer Ethics
  • Human Computer Interaction
  • Bioinformatics
  • Geographic Information Systems
  • E-commerce
  • Computer Security


Archival Science (AS) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-08]
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Archival Science promotes the development of archival science as an autonomous scientific discipline. The journal covers all aspects of archival science theory, methodology, and practice. Moreover, it investigates different cultures and promotes the exchange and comparison of concepts, views, and attitudes around the world. Archival Science’s approach is integrated, interdisciplinary, and intercultural. Its scope encompasses the entire field of recorded process-related information, analyzed in terms of form, structure, and context. To meet its objectives, the journal draws from scientific disciplines that deal with the function of records and the way they are created, preserved, and retrieved; the context in which information is generated, managed, and used; and the social and cultural environment of records creation at different times and places.


Archives and Museum Informatics (AMI) [Entry Reviewed: 2010-02-01]
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Incorporated in Archival Science from 2000.


Artificial Intelligence (AI) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-08]
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Artificial Intelligence, which commenced publication in 1970, is now the generally accepted international forum for the publication of results of current research in this field. The journal welcomes basic and applied papers describing mature work involving computational accounts of aspects of intelligence. Specifically, it welcomes papers on:

  • automated reasoning
  • computational theories of learning
  • heuristic search
  • knowledge representation
  • qualitative physics
  • signal, image and speech understanding
  • robotics
  • natural language understanding
  • software and hardware architectures for AI.

The journal reports results achieved; proposals for new ways of looking at AI problems must include demonstrations of effectiveness. From time to time, the journal publishes survey articles.


Artificial Intelligence in Engineering (AIE) [Entry Reviewed: 2010-02-02]
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See Advanced Engineering Informatics


Artificial Intelligence in Medicine (AIM) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-15]
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Artificial Intelligence in Medicine publishes original articles from a wide variety of interdisciplinary perspectives concerning the theory and practice of artificial intelligence (AI) in medicine, human biology, and health care. Particular attention is given to:

  • AI-based clinical decision making
  • medical knowledge engineering
  • knowledge-based and agent-based systems
  • computational intelligence in bio- and clinical medicine
  • intelligent medical information systems
  • AI in medical education
  • intelligent devices and instruments
  • automated reasoning and metareasoning in medicine
  • methodological, philosophical, ethical, and social issues of AI in medicine


Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research (JAIR) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-19]
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JAIR's editorial board is dedicated to the rapid dissemination of important research results to the global AI community. The journal's scope encompasses all areas of Artificial Intelligence, including automated reasoning, cognitive modeling, knowledge representation, learning, natural language, neural networks, perception, and robotics. Articles published in JAIR must meet the highest quality standards, as measured by originality and significance of the contribution. Papers should describe work that has both practical and theoretical significance. Authors must clearly articulate all claims, and support them by empirical experiments or theoretical analyses. When appropriate, we encourage authors to implement their work and demonstrate its utility on significant problems; any experiments reported should be reproducible. Papers describing systems should clearly describe the contributions or the principles underlying them. Papers describing theoretical results should also discuss their practical utility. In general, it should be clear how the work advances the current state of understanding and why the advance matters. Papers should report on what was learned in doing the work, rather than merely on what was done.


Artificial Intelligence Review (AIR) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-08]
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Artificial Intelligence Review publishes state-of-the-art research reports and critical evaluations of applications, techniques and algorithms in artificial intelligence, cognitive science and related disciplines. It serves as a forum for the work of researchers and application developers from these fields. Artificial Intelligence Review also presents refereed survey and tutorial articles, as well as reviews and commentary on significant developments.


The Asia-Pacific Journal of Operational Research (APJOR) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-08]
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The Asia-Pacific Journal of Operational Research (APJOR) provides a forum for practitioners, academics and researchers in Operational Research and related fields, within and beyond the Asia-Pacific region. APJOR will place submissions in one of the following categories: General, Theoretical, OR Practice, Reviewer Survey, OR Education, and Communications (including short articles and letters). Theoretical papers should carry significant methodological developments. Emphasis is on originality, quality and importance, with particular emphasis given to the practical significance of the results. Practical papers, illustrating the application of Operation Research, are of special interest.


International Journal of Asian Business and Information Management (IJABIM) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-30]
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The International Journal of Asian Business and Information Management (IJABIM) provides timely and in-depth analysis on the globalization and sustained development of Asian commerce and management technologies with a clear international and interdisciplinary approach. A comprehensive resource for policy makers, government officials, academicians, and practitioners, this journal contains a wealth of valuable research on theories and practices which underpin successful business and management in Asia.


Asian Journal of Health and Information Sciences (AJHIS) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-29]
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AJHIS is a journal published for promotion of academic researches about health and information sciences and integration of them for human welfare. Papers of topics related to management, engineering, technologies, etc. of the following areas are invited:


Asian Journal of Information Management (AJIM) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-29]
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Asian Journal of Information Management is an international, peer-reviewed journal which aims to bring its readers the very best analysis and discussion in the field of information management. Prospective authors are invited to submit manuscripts for possible publication in the Asian Journal of Information Management. The journal publishes original material concerned with all aspects of the development, use and management of information technology (IT) in a global context. The mission of the journal is to be the primary forum for researchers and practitioners to disseminate the evolving knowledge on global IT. Original contributions concerning any aspect of global information management from both scholars and practitioners are welcome.


Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST) [Entry Reviewed: 2014-02-05]
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The Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST) is a leading international forum for peer-reviewed research in information science. For more than half a century, JASIST has provided intellectual leadership by publishing original research that focuses on the production, discovery, recording, storage, representation, retrieval, presentation, manipulation, dissemination, use, and evaluation of information and on the tools and techniques associated with these processes. The Journal welcomes rigorous work of an empirical, experimental, ethnographic, conceptual, historical, socio-technical, policy-analytic, or critical-theoretical nature. JASIST also commissions in-depth review articles (Advances in Information Science) and reviews of print and other media. Formerly the Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology .


Journal of the Association for Information Systems (JAIS) [Entry Reviewed: 2014-02-05]
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The Journal of the Association of Information Systems (Journal of AIS), the flagship research journal of the Association for Information Systems, publishes the highest quality scholarship in the field of information systems. JAIS is inclusive in scope and covers all aspects of Information Systems and Information Technology. The Journal publishes rigorously developed and forward looking conceptual and empirical contributions. The Journal encourages multidisciplinary and nontraditional approaches. Empirical contributions may use any appropriate methodology as long as the research is soundly designed and executed. The Journal particularly welcomes contributions that provide theoretical insights that advance our understanding of information systems and information technology in organizations and society. New insights may include proposing a new theoretical model, challenging or clarifying existing theory, integrating diverse strands of research in information systems so as to advance new concepts and relationships, or developing a compelling argument for the field to develop a new theory. Given our inclusive perspective, we refrain from delineating explicit topics in which we are interested.


Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks (JALN) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-21]
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The aim of the Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks is to describe original work in asynchronous learning networks (ALN), including experimental results. Our mission is to provide practitioners in online education with knowledge about the very best research in online learning. Papers emphasizing results, backed by data are the norm. Occasionally, papers reviewing broad areas are published, including critical reviews of thematic areas. Entire issues are published from time-to-time around single topic or disciplinary areas. The Journal adheres to traditional standards of review and authors are encouraged to provide quantitative data. The original objective of the Journal was to establish ALN as a field by publishing articles from authoritative and reliable sources. The Journal is now a major resource for knowledge about online learning.


Australasian Journal of Educational Technology (AJET) [Entry Reviewed: 2014-01-28]
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The Australasian Journal of Educational Technology is a refereed journal publishing research and review articles in educational technology, instructional design, educational applications of computer technologies, educational telecommunications and related areas. AJET's principal supporting societies are: Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE); Australian Society for Educational Technology (ASET); International Society for Performance Improvement, Melbourne Chapter. Ceased paper publication in 2007.


Australasian Journal of Information Systems (AJIS) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-06]
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Renamed from the Australian Journal of Information Systems from volume 11 (2003). Open access since December 2006. AJIS publishes high quality contributions to theory and practice in the global Information Systems (IS) discipline. It is particularly interested in IS knowledge drawn from or applied to Australasia and in the Asia-Pacific region. The journal welcomes submissions on research and conceptual development based in a very wide range of inquiry methods, ways of thinking and modes of expression. AJIS was founded in 1993 by Rob MacGregor at the University of Wollongong and has been published by the Australasian Association for Information Systems (AAIS) through the Australian Computer Society Digital Library (ACS) since 2006.


Australian Computer Journal (ACJ) [Entry Reviewed: 2010-02-02]
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Now Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology


Australian Educational Computing (AEC) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-05]
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Australian Educational Computing is the refereed journal of the Australian Council for Computers in Education and is published twice a year. ACCE offers this journal free to educators with the hope that articles will inspire and motivate teachers to use ICT in their classrooms.


Australian Journal of Educational Technology (AJET) [Entry Reviewed: 2014-01-28]
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The Australian Journal of Educational Technology was renamed to the Australasian Journal of Educational Technology from 20(2) in 2004. Ceased 2007.


Australian Journal of Electronic Commerce (AJEC) [Entry Reviewed: 2010-02-02]
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Ceased publication.


Australian Journal of Emerging Technologies and Society (AJETS) [Entry Reviewed: 2010-08-03]
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The Australian Journal of Emerging Technologies and Society(AJETS) was renamed as the International Journal of Emerging Technologies and Society in 2010.


Australian Journal of Intelligent Information Processing Systems (AJIIPS) [Entry Reviewed: 2010-02-01]
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The Australian Journal of Intelligent Information Processing Systems (AJIIPS), is published quarterly by the Centre for Intelligent Information Processing Systems (CIIPS), at The University of Western Australia. The aim of AJIIPS is to publish papers describing theory, methods and techniques, applications and tutorial presentations in a range of areas relating to computer engineering and computer science. AJIIPS publishes full papers, short notes and survey articles. Specific areas include but are not limited to Artificial Intelligence, Artificial Neural Networks, Computer Vision, Fuzzy Systems and Virtual Reality. It is expected that papers submitted will be original work, clearly presented, consistent and written in English. The submitted papers will undergo a review process prior to publication.


Australian Journal of Management (AJM) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-14]
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The objectives of the Australian Journal of Management are to encourage and publish research in the field of management. The terms management and research are both broadly defined. The former includes the management of firms, groups, industries, regulatory bodies, government and other institutions. The latter encompasses both discipline- and problem-based research. Consistent with this policy the Australian Journal of Management publishes research in accounting, applied economics, finance, industrial relations, political science, psychology, statistics, and other disciplines, provided the application is to management, as well as research in areas such as marketing, corporate strategy, operations management, organisation development, Decision analysis, and other problem-focused paradigms.


Journal of Automated Reasoning (JAR) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-22]
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The Journal of Automated Reasoning is an interdisciplinary journal that maintains a balance between theory, implementation and application. The spectrum of material published ranges from the presentation of a new inference rule with proof of its logical properties to a detailed account of a computer program designed to solve various problems in industry. The main fields covered are automated theorem proving, logic programming, expert systems, program synthesis and validation, artificial intelligence, computational logic, robotics, and various industrial applications. The papers share the common feature of focusing on several aspects of automated reasoning, a field whose objective is the design and implementation of a computer program that serves as an assistant in solving problems and in answering questions that require reasoning. The Journal of Automated Reasoning provides a forum and a means for exchanging information for those interested purely in theory, those interested primarily in implementation, and those interested in specific research and industrial applications.


Automated Software Engineering (AutSE) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-08]
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This journal details research, tutorial papers, survey and accounts of significant industrial experience in the foundations, techniques, tools and applications of automated software engineering technology. This includes the study of techniques for constructing, understanding, adapting, and modeling software artifacts and processes. Coverage in Automated Software Engineering examines both automatic systems and collaborative systems as well as computational models of human software engineering activities. In addition, it presents knowledge representations and artificial intelligence techniques applicable to automated software engineering, and formal techniques that support or provide theoretical foundations. The journal also includes reviews of books, software, conferences and workshops.


Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-08]
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This is the official journal of the International Foundation for Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems. It provides a leading forum for disseminating significant original research results in the foundations, theory, development, analysis, and applications of autonomous agents and multi-agent systems. Coverage in Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems includes:

  • Agent decision-making architectures and their evaluation
  • Cooperation and teamwork
  • Agent communication languages, their semantics, pragmatics, and implementation, and agent communication protocols and conversations
  • Ontologies for agent systems, agents and the semantic web, agents and semantic web services, Grid-based systems, and service-oriented computing
  • Significant, novel applications of agent technology
  • Comprehensive reviews and authoritative tutorials of research and practice in agent systems
  • Comprehensive and authoritative reviews of books dealing with agents and multi-agent systems.


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