June 5th, 2019
Atlantis Press is proud to announce that the International Journal of Computational Intelligence Systems (IJCIS) achieved a CiteScore of 3.33 in 2018. This result is a 76% increase compared to last year's 2017 CiteScore of 1.89 and means that IJCIS is now in the top-10% of journals in the category "Computational Mathematics" and in the top-15% of journals in the category "General Computer Science". Atlantis Press would like to thank the Editors-in-Chief, Prof. Dr. L. Martínez Lopez and Prof. Dr. J. Lu, but also all the other Editors and the Editorial Assistant, Dr. Rosa Mª. Rodríguez, for their excellent work and continuous commitment.
April 23rd, 2019
The International Journal of Computational Intelligence Systems is pleased to announce the upcoming publication of a special issue on Artificial Neural Network for Smart System Analysis. In the past few decades, automated and intelligent Smart Systems have emerged, opening new research directions that are still evolving due to new challenges and technological advances in the field. The aim of this special issue is to bring together academics and industrial practitioners to exchange and discuss the latest innovations and applications of artificial neural network (ANN) in the domain of Smart Systems (SS). Guest Editors for this special issue will be Dr. T. Yuvaraja and Dr. Srete Nikolovski. The paper submission deadline is 30 June 2019. Please find the full call for papers here.
January 22nd, 2019
The International Journal of Computational Intelligence Systems is pleased to announce the upcoming publication of a special issue on Stream Processing: Real-Time Big Data Analytics with Applications. In recent years, the amount of data generated across all disciplines and all parts of everyday life has exponentially increased. As a result, standard statistical techniques are no longer sufficient to perform the knowledge extraction from such massive data. In this context of big data analytics, stream processing (also referred to in literature as real-time analytics, streaming analytics, real time streaming analytics or event processing) is an emerging technology. Guest Editors for this special issue will be Cristina Rubio-Escudero, Francisco Martínez-Álvarez, Alicia Troncoso and José C. Riquelme. The paper submission deadline is 15 July 2019. Please find the full call for papers here.
November 14th, 2018
The International Journal of Computational Intelligence Systems is pleased to announce the upcoming publication of a special issue on Computational Intelligence in Consumer and Business Big Data Environment. In the modern world, all enterprises are bound to accumulate large amounts of data about themselves and their processes and this "big data" environment has dramatically changed all industrial sectors, including consumer industries. In particular, industrial supply chains can be optimally organized by developing intelligent data-based business services around personalized consumer requirements. Contributions are invited which cover unpublished research that clearly delineates the role of computational intelligence in the context of consumer and business big data. Xianyi Zeng, Rosa M. Rodríguez, Juan Carlos Leyva and Ulf Johanson will be the Guest Editors for this special issue which will have a paper submission deadline of 31 March 2019. Please find the full call for papers here.
June 26th, 2018
Clarivate Analytics released the 2018 Journal Citation Reports (JCR) today which showed that the International Journal of Computational Intelligence Systems (IJCIS) almost doubled its Impact Factor this year. The journal achieved a 2017 Impact Factor of 2.000, an increase of 75% compared to last year's 2016 Impact Factor of 1.140. This historic jump is mainly due to the great work done by the journal's Editors, Authors and Reviewers. Also, the fact that IJCIS became a fully open access journal, leading to more than 300,000 full-text downloads over the past two years, has greatly improved the journal's visibility and has had a positive impact on the number of citations.
May 30th, 2018
The new Scopus CiteScores were released today and the International Journal of Computational Intelligence Systems (IJCIS) achieved a 2017 CiteScore of 1.89. The result is a 20% increase compared to last year's 2016 CiteScore of 1.57 and means that the journal retains its place in the top-25% of journals in the category "Computer Science". Moreover, based on 2018 CiteScore tracking by Scopus it can be expected that the journal's metrics will again improve significantly next year. Atlantis Press would like to thank the Editors-in-Chief, Prof. Dr. L. Martínez Lopez and Prof. Dr. J. Lu, but also all the other Editors and the Editorial Assistant, Dr. Rosa Mª. Rodríguez, for their excellent work.
May 1st, 2018
Atlantis Press is pleased to announce that as of today the International Journal of Computational Intelligence Systems (IJCIS) has moved to Editorial Manager as its new online submission and peer review system. Editorial Manager, developed by Aries Systems, is the industry-leading, cloud-based manuscript submission and peer review tracking system for over 7,000 scholarly journals, reference works, books and other publications. Authors can use Editorial Manager to submit manuscript files and metadata, as well as to act on revision requests. Editors use the system to review submissions, assign to reviewers, and to make and communicate decisions to accept, revise, transfer or reject manuscripts. Reviewers are invited to review manuscripts, can accept or reject assignments, flag their own availability and specialties for Editors, and perform and submit all review tasks in the system. Editorial Manager is a highly effective system that will help to shorten the editorial process and to simplify the work for Authors, Editors and Reviewers.
December 13th, 2016
The International Journal of Computational Intelligence Systems (IJCIS) is set to adopt a rolling publication principle (RPP) from 2017. RPP is a new publishing model in which final versions of articles (i.e. with pagination and complete citation information) are published and allocated to a rolling volume as and when they are ready (as opposed to waiting until a journal issue has been completed). With an increasing focus on online publishing, there is a growing need for innovative publication models which are geared towards individual articles instead of the print-based issue model. RPP means that final citation data is assigned on an article-by-article basis and decoupled from the compilation of the journal issue itself. Until now IJCIS published 6 issues per yearly volume (Volumes 3-9), but as a result of this switch the journal will publish one rolling volume consisting of a single issue per calendar year starting from 2017 (Volume 10).