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The Journal of Computer Science and Control Systems (JCSCS) is an open access
journal founded (under this name) in 2008. The JCSCS covers comprehensively the
trends in computer science and control systems technologies. The aim of JCSCS is to
contribute to advancing the knowledge and understanding of both theory and practice
in computer science and control systems, by promoting original, unpublished and high
quality theoretical and applied research. 

The JCSCS is an increasingly important journal for the development of computer
science and control systems applications. The primary audience of this publication
comprises academics, graduate students, practitioners and all others interested in
these fields of research. The journal welcomes and encourages articles from both
academics and practitioners.

We publish papers on a variety of topics, contexts and research methods that examine
the rapidly evolving fields of computer science and control systems. We encourage a
wide range of submissions, including, but not limited to:
- Advanced information technologies 
- Applied informatics and real-time systems 
- Artificial intelligence and image processing
- Automation, manufacturing control and robotics
- Cloud computing 
- Computer architecture and logic design 
- Computer graphics and virtual reality 
- Computer networks and distributed systems 
- Databases and information systems 
- Dependable computing, data security and cryptology 
- Fuzzy logic and neural networks 
- Human-machine interfaces 
- Industrial networks and communication standards 
- System modeling and simulation 
- Mobile agent systems 
- Modern electric drives and control systems 
- Process control and task scheduling 
- Programming environments and languages 
- Software engineering and software systems 
- Web design, Web programming and E-commerce

Each paper will be judged according to international standards, to the originality
of its contribution, to its relevance to development of the subject and to its
quality of presentation.  All papers are subject to a minimum of double blind
refereeing. The main criterion for publication is the significance of the
submission's contribution to the literature.