The Journal of Intelligent Systems Research is a peer-reviewed journal. The Journal of Intelligent Systems Research (JISR) is published twice by the 2007 and invites original contributions focusing in particular computational intelligence, artificial intelligence, soft computing, computer science and engineering. These may be research papers, expository tutorial papers, industry case studies, book reviews, or short communications.
Each paper should comply with accepted practice, style and organization for scientific papers; must be in English; and must be certified by the author that it is his or her own original work, that it has not been copyrighted, published or submitted for publication elsewhere. If the work described has been sponsored, the paper must be cleared for publication by the sponsoring organization. Where there is more than one author, each should sign the agreement regarding copyright.
Papers are submitted to the Editor-in-Chief, who will normally pass the paper on to an Associate Editor. The Associate Editor will decide if the paper is likely to be suitable for publication in this Journal and if appears to be, it will be formally evaluated for accuracy, originality and relevance by at least two referees. The refereeing process may take up to six months, and occasionally longer.
1. Papers will normally be equivalent to ten to sixteen printed pages (3,500 to 6,000 words). Longer papers may be accepted if space permits.
2. Short Communications (up to four printed pages) describing novel and/or topical applications, new ideas, work in progress or summarizing postgraduate research theses accepted for degrees are also invited.