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Guidelines for Special Issues in IJCIS

All guest editors who wish to apply for a Special Issue need to follow these guidelines:

1. The guest editors send a proposal to the EiCs, Jie Lu (jielu@it.uts.edu.au) and Luis Martínez
(luis.martinez@ujaen.es), with a clear description of the subject of the Special Issue and its
relationship to the scope of IJCIS, guest editors, related collaborations (conference, workshop
etc.), including:

(1) title;
(2) CV of guest editor(s);
(3) the topic and aim/objective of the Special Issue; MUST fall into IJCIS scope
(4) main contents;
(5) quality control;
(6) important dates.

A Special Issue proposal format (example) is attached.

2. When a Special Issue includes extended versions of papers previously submitted to a Workshop
or Conference, these versions must contain at least 40% new material and the title of the extended
paper must be clearly different.
3. The description of the Special Issue must include a schedule (from CFP to camera ready papers)
for the Special Issue that will be fulfilled by the guest editors.

4. The details of the review process (reviewers, reports, and response letters) must be enclosed with
the accepted paper before its publication in IJCIS. Each paper must be revised at least by 2

5. Guest editors are responsible for preparing camera ready papers in the style of the journal.

6. Papers in a Special Issue should originate from multiple countries. At most 50% of the authors
can come from the same country.

7. One author cannot appear in more than one paper of a Special Issue.

8. A public call is encouraged.

9. Guest editors are to provide a 1-2 page editorial or preface to the Special Issue.

10. A Special Issue may contain between 5 and 10 papers.

11. The length of the Special Issue may not exceed 100 pages.


 Both EiCs will carefully check each Special Issue proposal and decide whether to accept it;
 Both EiCs will check each paper nominated by Guest editors, and will make a final decision on
each paper within a Special Issue.
 The final version of each Special Issue must be submitted online to IJCIS.
International Journal Of Computational Intelligent Systems:
Special Issue proposal form

Please note that as of 1 January 2017 IJCIS has become an Open Access journal and fee will be
charged for each paper that is to be published (currently 350 euro per paper).

International Journal Of Computational Intelligent Systems:
Special Issue proposal form

Special Issue Proposal Form

Title: Intelligent Systems for Computer Communication
Guest Editors: Jie Lu

Aims and Scope
This special issue will provide a systematic overview and state-of-the-art research in the field of
Intelligent Systems for Computer Communication, and will outline new developments in
fundamental, approaches, methodologies, software systems, and applications in this area.

Relevance to this journal

Computational Intelligence is a set of nature-inspired computational methodologies and

approaches to address complex real-world problems to which mathematical or traditional
modeling can be useless for a few reasons: the processes might be too complex for mathematical
reasoning, it might contain some uncertainties during the process, or the process might simply be
stochastic in nature. Indeed, many real-life problems cannot be translated into binary language
for computers to process it. Computational Intelligence therefore provides solutions for such

Main topics and quality control

This special issue is dedicated to a set of best papers in the field of Intelligent Systems for
Computer Communication. The special issue publishes only articles related to the use of
intelligence systems, including:

 Autonomous reasoning
 Bio-informatics
 Cloud computing
 Condition monitoring
 Data science
 Data mining
 Data visualization
 Decision support systems
 Fault diagnosis
 Intelligent information retrieval
 Image processing
 Internet and Networks
 Noise analysis

International Journal Of Computational Intelligent Systems:
Special Issue proposal form

 Pattern recognition
 Prediction systems
 Process and system control
 Real time systems
 Risk analysis and safety related issues
 Robotics
 Signal or image processing
 IoT and Smart environments
 Systems integration
 System modelling and Optimization
 Telecommunications
 Web-intelligence

Important Dates

Submission of papers : 25 July, 2018

Notification of review results : 25 August, 2018
Submission of revised papers : 25 September, 2018
Notification of acceptance : 25 October, 2018
Special issue publication : November, 2018

Short CV of guest editor(s)