The Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Engineering (JARCE): strives to publish articles of general interest to the profession. Articles should be clearly written, address topics that are important for a broad group of engineers and computer scientists.
The editorial board particularly desires to attract expository articles written for a general audience on topics of current importance in areas including, but not limited to computer science, and engineering. Articles that have previously been published or that are under review by another journal will not be considered for publication.
Letters to the Editor: Concise expressions of fact and interpretation pertinent to contributions published in JARCE will be considered for publication if they are received by the editor within three months of publication of the contribution. Exceptions to this time limit will be granted if there are extenuating circumstances.
Corrections: Readers are urged to send to the editor notices of errors found in this or any previous volume. These corrections will appear as Letters to the Editors. Authors wishing to correct errors in their own published papers should contact the editor. These will appear as Corrections.
Guidelines for Manuscripts: Manuscripts are refereed by a double-blind process. . Please submit a blinded, as well as an unblinded version. The manuscript must contain an abstract (see the abstracts paragraph below) and from three to six key words or phrases.
Manuscript Length: There is no maximum length for manuscripts, but shorter manuscripts are easier to review. In most manuscripts have fewer than 20 double- spaced pages, including text, figures, tables, and references.
Figures and Tables: Figures and tables should be numbered consecutively at the top, and clearly titled and labeled.
Abstracts: Each manuscript should contain an extended abstract of 200–400 words. The first 100 words should succinctly describe the paper’s motivation and contribution. References should not be cited the abstract.
Results Based on Computation: Papers reporting results based on computation should provide enough information so that readers can evaluate the quality of the results. Such information includes estimated accuracy of results, as well aused.
Appendixes: Lengthy technical portions of a manuscript should appear in a separate appendix to the manuscript.
References: References are to be cited in text with the authors’ names and dates of publication.
Organization: Manuscripts must be organized in the following manner:
Title Page; Abstract and Key Words; Article Text; Acknowledgments (if applicable); Appendices;
References; Tables; Figure titles and legends;
The title page should include:
the article title in upper- and lowercase letters; the name(s) of author(s) in upper-and lowercase letters,
the affiliation(s) including complete address for all author(s); email address.
Copyright: JARCE is copyrighted, and authors must sign a copyright transfer to the publisher before publication.
Submitting Revised Manuscripts: Revised manuscripts that are resubmitted more than six months after the last action by the editor may be considered as new submissions.
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