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Mobile Information Systems (MIS) [Entry Reviewed: 2018-02-20]
|Articles available |Not DEST Approved |On Scopus database |On Clarivate database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs |Not ranked by ACPHIS |[paper/ejournal] [instructions]

Recent advances in wireless technologies and battery performance have enabled increasingly more powerful mobile computing devices, that are themselves more widely available than ever before. The emergence of these devices has led to a proliferation of users engaging in data communication and processing on a massive scale. To report advances in this area, this journal publishes studies that present the theory and/or application of new ideas and concepts in the field of mobile information systems, and welcomes submissions from researchers, practitioners, and professionals across academia, government, and industry. As well as original research, Mobile Information Systems also publishes focused review articles that examine the state of the art, identify emerging trends, and suggest future directions for developing fields.

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