Romanian Journal of Information Science and Technology
Rom J Inform Sci Tech
Romanian Journal of Information Science and Technology (ROMJIST) is an academic journal with a very broad scope.As its name suggests (and as it also follows from the fact that the journal is edited by the Information Science and Technology Section of the Romanian Academy), the journal is devoted to papers in all domains related to information processing, from mathematical theories related to this subject to technological areas in the full meaning of the term (from the mathematical theory of information, automata and formal language theory, mathematical and computational linguistics, through general systems theory, to practical computer science - programming languages and techniques, information systems of various types, artificial intelligence, software engineering, etc.) to engineering-technological areas, such as electronics, telecommunications, hardware, and so on and so forth. One deals both with traditional developments and with very modern new areas (such as molecular computing). According to the instructions to authors, the main criterion for accepting a paper is not necessarily its subject, but its quality. The journal is of a usual research type, devoted to original research papers, unpublished elsewhere. Exceptionally, also survey papers of a high quality, PhD theses or conference volumes are published. Each paper is refereed by two reviewers (when any difficulty appears, a third referee report is asked for). In the three years since ROMJIST appeared, the journal has published papers by authors from more than twenty countries. On the one hand, this proves the efficiency of the editorial board, and on the other hand, this convincingly shows that the domain is a well developed and an active one, that the journal is viable, necessary and successful.
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