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J.UCS - The Journal of Universal Computer Science - is a high-quality electronic publication that deals with all aspects of computer science. J.UCS has been appearing monthly since 1995 and is thus one of the oldest electronic journals with uninterrupted publication since its foundation.
J.UCS is a peer-reviewed open access journal. There are no submission or publication charges.
The accepted articles are published under the CC BY-ND 4.0 license which must be signed by the authors prior to publication.
As of January 2012, J.UCS is run by a consortium consisting of nine research organisations, listed in what follows in alphabetical order:
The editorial team is headed by Dana Kaiser (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For more details concerning the J.UCS Consortium have a look at http://www.jucs.org/jucs_info/aims/jucs_consortium_agreement.html.
If you and your organization are interested in joining the J.UCS Consortium, please contact the Managing Editor, Christian Guetl, at Christian.Guetl@iicm.tu-graz.ac.at.
Board of Editors
Applications for membership in J.UCS editorial board are generally accepted on a basis of referral only.
J.UCS would like to thank external reviewers for their support and help with the evaluation of submissions to our journal.
According to the 2019 JCR, the impact factor of our journal is 0.910. The 5 year impact factor is 0.885.
Articles published in J.UCS are indexed and reviewed among others in:
Publishing papers in J.UCS has a number of advantages compared to publications in traditional media:
There are four categories of papers in J.UCS:
(a) Research contributions: This is the rule, and the majority of papers will be in this area.
(b) Notes: Short research contributions with usually a single but interesting new idea, result or innovation.
(c) Surveys: Usually longer papers, do usually not contain any or much original research but are judged on whether they are well written and give an unbiased and complete survey of the topic at issue.
(d) Papers on J.UCS: These are papers that explain improvements or changes in J.UCS. In this case they may or may not contain novel material. They should be judged on whether they are well-written and understandable and whether the innovative features and changes in J.UCS -something one can usually try out and test- are indeed of interest to at least some parts of the J.UCS community.
Plagiarism checkAuthors of submitted papers give an explicit permission to plagiarism check of their submitted (and accepted) articles.
A number of special issues as well as the printed archive editions of volumes 3 to 18 and volume 21 are also avaible in print and can be ordered directly from our office. To do so, fill in a print-out of the order form and send it to Christian Gütl at Christian.Guetl@iicm.tu-graz.ac.at. Prices are inclusive of packing and postage. Delivery time is about 2 weeks, depending on the country of destination. You will received an invoice upon delivery.
Special IssuesJ.UCS has published a number of special issues from all areas of computer science.
Guest editors interested in the publication of special issues are kindly requested to consult the guidelines for the publication of special issues at http://www.jucs.org/jucs_special/special_guidelines.html and send the proposal for the special issue to Christian Gütl (Christian.Guetl@iicm.tu-graz.ac.at) or Dana Kaiser (email@example.com).
If you are interested in contributing to a special issue, please have a look at 'Special Issues in Preparation' where you can find a list of scheduled special issues with the names of the guest editors.
All papers published in J.UCS can be annotated - this feature makes it possible to attach comments, criticisms, cross references, links etc. to the papers. We invite all readers to indeed make use of this possibility! To annotate just click the 'Write a comment' button on the abstract page of a paper. You can now enter your comments. To read a comment, just click on the 'Read comments' button. Each time a comment has been added to a paper, the corresponding author receives an automatic notification and can thus respond to the comment, if desired.
Please notice that the annontations can be posted by all readers, hence J.UCS disclaims responsibility for the contents of the annotations.BODY <>