Aim & Scope

International Journal of Computer Science Research (IJCSR) is a peer reviewed, open access journal which provides an international forum for the dissemination of the latest original research, achievements and developments in all areas of computer science engineering.

It is the policy of the Journal of Computer Science Research to publish a variety of contributions to the science and practice of the most exciting researches with respect to the subjects of Computer Science Engineering. Major fields of interest include Computer Science; Scientific Computing; Wireless Networking; Network Modelling; Computational Science & Engineering; Theoretical Computer Science; Biosystems Engineering; Machine Learning; Systems Biology & Bioinformatics; Biostatistics; Data Mining; Data Analysis; Internet Computing & Web Services; Information System Engineering; Quantum Computing; Nano Computing; Soft Computing; Artificial Intelligence; Digital Signal Processing, Cloud Computing; Robotics; Computer Graphics; Information Science; Medical Image Computing; Natural language Processing; Evolutionary Computation; Health Informatics; Computer Vision; Software Engineering; Computer Security and Cryptography; Computer Architecture and Engineering; Operating systems; but not limited to the following fields.

The IJCSR aims to publish reviewed technical papers in these major fields of interest, as well as in allied fields. Papers should be related to the relevant fields and will usually fall into one of the following categories:

  • Research Paper - a paper making an original contribution to engineering knowledge.
  • Special Interest Paper – a report on significant aspects of a major or notable project.
  • Review Paper for specialists – an overview of a relevant area intended for specialists in the field covered.
  • Review Paper for non-specialists – an overview of a relevant area suitable for a reader with an Computer Science background.
  • Tutorial Paper – a paper that explains an important subject or clarifies the approach to an area of design or investigation.
  • Technical Note – a technical note or letter to the Editors that is not sufficiently developed or extensive in scope to constitute a full paper.
  • Discussion – a contribution to discuss a published paper to which the original author's response will be sought.

From time to time, invitations are presented to particular authors to write papers for the IJCSR. This most usually occurs when it is decided to collect a number of papers relating to one subject for a given issue, often with a guest editor.

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