Danail Dochev, IICT - BAS, Bulgaria
Institute of Information and Communication Technologies of Bulgarian Academy of Sciences - www.iict.bas.bg/index.html
Aims & Scope
The Cybernetics and Information Technologies presents scientific papers including original theoretical as well as application contributions to the subject areas: information processes and systems, operational research, pattern recognition, signal and image processing, artificial intelligence, linguistic modelling, control theory and applications, high performance computing, scientific computations, computer communication technologies, software technologies, information technologies in education (the list is not exhausting).
This is an open access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles in this journal without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access.
The journal acknowledges and adheres to the Core Practices of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) (see details in ‘Editorial Policy').
The journal publishes 4 regular issues per annum (March, June, September, December) and some additional special thematic issues with selection of extended papers from international scientific events.
All the information for paper submission is available on the page Submit.
The requirements for paper submission are described in the document 'Instructions for Authors'.
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Danail Dochev, Inst. of ICT – Bulg. Acad. of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
Gennady Agre, Inst. of ICT – Bulg. Acad. of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
Vassil Alexandrov, STFC Hartree Centre, Warrington, UK
Costin Badica, University of Craiova, Romania
Christo Dichev, Winston-Salem State University, North Carolina, USA
Stefka Fidanova, Inst. of ICT – Bulg. Acad. of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
Nagamalai Jeyanthi, Vellore Inst. of Technology, Tamil Nadu, India
Christo Kabakchiev, University of Sofia, Bulgaria
Aneta Karaivanova, Inst. of ICT – Bulg. Acad. of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
Petia Koprinkova-Hristova, Inst. of ICT – Bulg. Acad. of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
Aswani Kumar, Vellore Inst. of Technology, Tamil Nadu, India
Gabriel Luque, University of Malaga, Spain
Yannis Manolopoulos, Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece
Vladimir Monov, Inst. of ICT – Bulg. Acad. of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
Petya Osenova, University of Sofia, Bulgaria
Maciej Piasecki, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland
Ivan Tanev, Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan
Dalin Zhang, Beijing Jiaotong University, China
Acad. Janos Demetrovics, Hungarian Acad. of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary
Acad. Ivan Popchev, Bulgarian Acad. of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
Acad. Vassil Sgurev, Bulgarian Acad. of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
Corr.-mem. Svetozar Margenov, Bulgarian Acad. of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
Secretary of the Editorial Board
Vera Angelova, Inst. of ICT – Bulg. Acad. of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
Stanislav Drangajov, Inst. of ICT – Bulg. Acad. of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
Sasha Spasova, Inst. of ICT – Bulg. Acad. of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
Kiril Alexiev, Vera Angelova, Ognian Bumbarov, Andrea De Lorenzo, Dimo Dimov, Lyubka Doukovska, Svetozar Ilchev, Nikolay Manev, Ivo Marinchev, Agata Manolova, Anand Nayyar, Atanas Ouzounov, S. P. Raja, Nageswara Rao, Amando Singun, Todor Stoilov, Pencho Venkov
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Call for papers
Please submit your manuscripts to "Cybernetics and Information Technologies" via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
All the requirements for paper formatting are described in the document Instructions for Authors.
Submission of a manuscript to the journal signifies that work has not been previously published and that it has not been submitted or accepted for publication elsewhere.
Submitted manuscripts are subject to a peer-review procedure. The reviewing is made by the Editorial Board, substantially supported by a pool of additional reviewers (announcedin the journal). The decision on whether or not to accept the paper is made by the Editorial board.
The author(s) of accepted papers will receive a LICENSE TO PUBLISH to sign and send it to the Editorial office.
The journal publishes 4 regular issues and some additional special thematic issues (no more than two) per annum.
The normal review period is about 6 months. The accepted papers are published in the next 1-2 months after the reviewing period.
The regular papers do not have article processing charges.
A limited number of papers (up to 2-3 in an issue) are processed by paid fast-track mode in order to publish the paper in the next journal issue (if submitted at least 1 month before publication date). The fee for fast-track processing is 450 EURO per paper; it is paid only if a submitted paper is positively reviewed.
Special thematic issues
The additional thematic issues are intended to present extended variants of selected papers presented at international scientific events. The event organizers send to CIT Editor-in-Chief (email@example.com) a proposal for publishing a thematic special issue that contains the proposed title of the issue, the event description (link), names and detailed CV’s of proposed guest editors and expected numbers of papers in the issue. The special issues must contain 8-20 papers with the paper length of 10-15 pages (up to 200-250 pages in total). The selected papers should be written by authors from different countries and no more than two papers with the same author(s) are allowed to be included into the special issue.
The cost for publishing a special thematic issue is: 300 EURO per paper (including a preface) for up to 12 papers and 250 EURO per paper (including a preface) for more than 12 papers. The cost should be covered by the event organizers.
The guest editors are responsible for reviewing and selecting high quality papers to be published in the thematic issue and for writing a preface of the issue. The selected papers must provide a minimum of 50% new content and not exceed 30% copy/paste from the proceedings paper. All reviews (at least two per paper) should be sent to CIT Editor-in-Chief for approval.
After both sides agree on all the details a contract with the organizing university/institution is signed for publishing the special issue. The special issue will be published up to 2 months after receiving the final texts in the required journal format and the Licenses to publish from the authors.