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Concepts and Ideas for Building Knowledgeable Systems ISSN: 1861-2032 (Print) 1861-2040 (Online) Description With the Web serving as a huge worldwide data repository, issues related to data semantics (familiar
Concepts and Ideas for Building Knowledgeable Systems
With the Web serving as a huge worldwide data repository, issues related to data semantics (familiar to database modelers since the 1970s) have again become of paramount importance. As Web data comes from heterogeneous, possibly unknown and mostly uncontrolled sources, it is anything but obvious how the information beyond the most basic factual data can be correctly understood. The same concern applies to data that is exchanged between systems that need to agree on its meaning in order to avoid dangerous misunderstandings. Semantic elicitation and the availability of appropriate semantic metadata are the key to the meaningful use of information in modern distributed environments.
The Journal on Data Semantics (JoDS) provides an international high-quality publication venue for researchers whose themes cover issues related to information semantics. Its target domain ranges from theories supporting the formal definition of semantic content to innovative domain-specific applications of semantic knowledge, thus covering work done on conceptual modeling, databases, Semantic Web, information systems, workflow and process modeling, ontologies, business intelligence, interoperability, mobile information services, data warehousing, knowledge representation and reasoning, and artificial intelligence.
Topics of relevance to this journal include (but are not limited to):
- Conceptualization, knowledge representation and reasoning
- Conceptual data, process, workflow, and event modeling
- Provenance, evolution and change management
- Context and context-dependent representations and processing
- Multi-model and multi-paradigm approaches
- Mappings, transformations, reverse engineering and semantic elicitation
- Semantic interoperability, semantic mediators and metadata management
- Ontology models and languages, ontology-driven applications
- Ontology, schema, data and process integration, reconciliation and alignment
- Web semantics and semi-structured data
- Integrity description and handling
- Semantics in data mining and knowledge extraction
- Semantics in business intelligence, analytics and data visualization
- Spatial, temporal, multimedia and multimodal semantics
- Semantic mobility data and services for mobile users
- Supporting tools and applications of semantic-driven approaches
Submissions may qualify as research papers, survey articles, industry papers, position papers, or short communications, and should contain original material that has not been submitted or published elsewhere.
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The Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST) is a leading international forum for peer-reviewed research in information science. For more than half a century, JASIST has
The Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST) is a leading international forum for peer-reviewed research in information science. For more than half a century, JASIST has provided intellectual leadership by publishing original research that focuses on the production, discovery, recording, storage, representation, retrieval, presentation, manipulation, dissemination, use, and evaluation of information and on the tools and techniques associated with these processes.
The Journal welcomes rigorous work of an empirical, experimental, ethnographic, conceptual, historical, socio-technical, policy-analytic, or critical-theoretical nature that is positioned at the intersection of three dimensions: information, systems, and users. The ideal manuscript for JASIST would combine at least two of these critical dimensions in a novel, replicable, and generalizable way. Given the dynamic nature of the information science field, it is unproductive to be overly prescriptive about specific topical areas. However, manuscripts with themes that cover information representation, information organization, human-information interactions, and the impact of information use at individual and group levels are especially welcome. JASIST also encourages the submissions that focus on methodological innovations. However, a methods paper must demonstrate how the proposed method is unique, why it is significant, and what evidence the method may yield that otherwise is not possible to uncover with existing methods. Empirical studies concentrating on specific tools or techniques are welcome as well. A tool or a technique oriented paper, however, must meet certain specific standards: (1) the scope should not be a single software or a narrowly defined technique, (2) the study must include comparisons across multiple systems, techniques, or approaches, and finally, (3) the study must demonstrate that the core findings go beyond mere observations about a tool or a technique and it should provide conclusions that have broad implications. It is expected, in most cases, a tool or technique oriented paper will include rigorous examinations of the tool or technique in terms of the potential impact on humans, organizations, or communities. In-depth reviews of scholarly contributions in print and other media are also welcome (see “AIS Review” and “Book Review” sections).
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Information and Software Technology is the international archival journal focusing on research and experience that contributes to the improvement of software development practices. The journal's scope includes methods and techniques
Information and Software Technology is the international archival journal focusing on research and experience that contributes to the improvement of software development practices. The journal’s scope includes methods and techniques to better engineer software and manage its development. Articles submitted for review should have a clear component of software engineering or address ways to improve the engineering and management of software development. Areas covered by the journal include:
• Software management, quality and metrics,
• Software processes,
• Software architecture, modelling, specification, design and programming
• Functional and non-functional software requirements
• Software testing and verification & validation
• Empirical studies of all aspects of engineering and managing software development
Short Communications is a new section dedicated to short papers addressing new ideas, controversial opinions, “Negative” results and much more. Read the Guide for authors for more information.
The journal encourages and welcomes submissions of systematic literature studies (reviews and maps) within the scope of the journal. Information and Software Technology is the premiere outlet for systematic literature studies in software engineering. Guidelines for conducting systematic reviews are provided here.
Special Issues and Special Sections proposals
To submit a proposal for a special issue (original contributions on a topic within the scope of the journal) or a special section with extended papers from a conference of workshop within the scope of the journal, please contact the Special Content Editor, Prof. C. Wohlin (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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Information systems are the software and hardware systems that support data-intensive applications. The journal Information Systems publishes articles concerning the design and implementation of languages, data models, process models, algorithms,
Information systems are the software and hardware systems that support data-intensive applications. The journal Information Systems publishes articles concerning the design and implementation of languages, data models, process models, algorithms, software and hardware for information systems.
Subject areas include data management issues as presented in the principal international database conferences (e.g., ACM SIGMOD/PODS, VLDB, ICDE and ICDT/EDBT) as well as data-related issues from the fields of data mining/machine learning, information retrieval coordinated with structured data, internet and cloud data management, business process management, web semantics, visual and audio information systems, scientific computing, and data science. Implementation papers having to do with massively parallel data management, fault tolerance in practice, and special purpose hardware for data-intensive systems are also welcome. Manuscripts from application domains, such as urban informatics, social and natural science, and Internet of Things, are also welcome. All papers should highlight innovative solutions to data management problems such as new data models, performance enhancements, and show how those innovations contribute to the goals of the application.
All papers should motivate the problems they address with compelling examples from real or potential applications. Systems papers must be serious about experimentation either on real systems or simulations based on traces from real systems. Papers from industrial organisations are welcome.Theoretical papers should have a clear motivation from applications. They should either break significant new ground or unify and extend existing algorithms. Such papers should clearly state which ideas have potentially wide applicability.
Authors of select accepted Information Systems papers are invited by the EiCs to submit the experiment described in their papers for reproducibility validation. The resulting additional reproducibility paper is co-authored by the reproducibility reviewers and the authors of the original publication.
In addition to publishing submitted articles, the Editors-in-Chief will invite retrospective articles that describe significant projects by the principal architects of those projects. Authors of such articles should write in the first person, tracing the social as well as technical history of their projects, describing the evolution of ideas, mistakes made, and reality tests.
Technical results should be explained in a uniform notation with the emphasis on clarity and on ideas that may have applications outside of the environment of that research. Particularly complex details may be summarised with reference to previously published papers.
We will make every effort to allow authors the right to republish papers appearing in Information Systems in their own books and monographs.
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Brings together the best new research addressing social, organisational and managerial aspects of digital systems and new information Technologies Included in the Association for Information Systems Senior
- Brings together the best new research addressing social, organisational and managerial aspects of digital systems and new information Technologies
- Included in the Association for Information Systems Senior Scholars’ Basket of Journals, identifying the top 8 journals in the field of IS
- Published on behalf of the Association for Information Technology Trust
The Journal of Information Technology (JIT) is a top-ranked journal in its field, focused on new research addressing technology and the management of IT – including strategy, change, infrastructure, human resources, sourcing, system development and implementation, communications, technology developments, technology futures, national policies and standards, as well as articles that advance understanding and application of research approaches and methods.
The journal publishes work from all disciplinary, theoretical and methodological perspectives. It is designed to be read by researchers, scholars, teachers and advanced students in the fields of Information Systems and Information Science, as well as IT developers, consultants, software vendors, and senior IT executives seeking an update on current experience and future prospects in relation to contemporary information and communications technology.
From January 1, 2019, Journal of Information Technology will be published by SAGE Publishing accessible here, https://uk.sagepub.com/en-gb/eur/journal-of-information-technology/journal203546
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ACM Transactions on Internet Technology (TOIT) is a scholarly, scientific journal that publishes original research papers in all areas of network and web systems, digital public policy, and other technically
ACM Transactions on Internet Technology (TOIT) is a scholarly, scientific journal that publishes original research papers in all areas of network and web systems, digital public policy, and other technically oriented issues on the design, use, and services of the Internet. Established in the Summer of 2001, the journal has emerged as one of the premier venues in networking, web, security, and public policy research. TOIT is part of the family of journals produced by the ACM.
TOIT publishes one volume yearly. Each volume is comprised of four issues, which appear in February, May, August and November. Interested parties are directed to the ACM subscription page to receive the journal delivered to your home or office.
TOIT operates on an open submission basis; prospective authors submit manuscripts for potential publication to the Editor-in-Chief (EIC) through the submission website. The EIC will most often route those papers to associate editors who will direct a technical assessment by external reviewers. If the paper is deemed appropriate for publication, the authors may be asked to modify the paper to meet the journal’s high editorial and technical quality standards. Once the paper is ready, it is scheduled to appear in the next available issue by the EIC. Authors desiring more information on the submission process are directed to the submission and edit process page.
Any comments or questions about the journal or its content or operation should be directed to the Editor-in-Chief. More general questions about the ACM or its publications should be directed to the ACM publications board or the general help pages of the ACM website.
On behalf of the editorial board of TOIT, we welcome all interested authors and readers to provide us feedback on the journal’s processes and content. All such feedback will aid in keeping this publication of the highest quality and relevance to the technical community.
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Public Administration Review (PAR), a bi-monthly professional journal, has been the premier journal in the field of public administration research, theory, and practice for 75 years. It is published for
Public Administration Review (PAR), a bi-monthly professional journal, has been the premier journal in the field of public administration research, theory, and practice for 75 years. It is published for the American Society for Public Administration,TM/SM and is the only journal in public administration that serves both academics and practitioners interested in the public sector and public sector management. Articles identify and analyze current trends, provide a factual basis for decision making, stimulate discussion, and make the leading literature in the field available in an easily accessible format. With articles on a wide range of topics and expert book reviews, PAR is exciting to read and an indispensable resource.
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Previously published as Office Technology and People Follow the Table of Contents link above for previous content. Unique attributes Information Technology & People has a longstanding reputation for publishing up to date, interesting,
Previously published as Office Technology and People
Follow the Table of Contents link above for previous content.
Information Technology & People has a longstanding reputation for publishing up to date, interesting, relevant and provocative research which opens up new directions for academic research. It is a source for emerging ideas which broadens the understanding of information technology and its relation to people. The journal retains an openness to multiple paradigms of research including most forms of mainstream empirical work. It has an ongoing tradition of being an outlet for international, qualitative and critical research in information systems and particularly welcomes cultural and geographic diversity in studies of new and old technologies. It looks for ways to better understand how people collectively conceptualize, invent, adapt, define and use technology, as well as how they are constrained by features of it.
Information technology pervades contemporary life, in the workplace, the marketplace and the home, as well as in national and regional economies. Institutional boundaries are shifting in response to dramatic new capabilities which are still unfolding at a rapid pace. Within the organization, information technology can now integrate all functional areas, as well as supplier and industry relationships worldwide.
Information Technology & People considers the significance of new social definitions of institutions, the social environment of production and technology implementation and on the human scale of social processes that are both the basis and the outcome of technological change.
With the launch of the AIS Transactions on Replication Research (http://aisel.aisnet.org/trr/), ITP will no longer accept papers which replicate existing studies for example, by applying them to a different technology or national context. This includes replications of TAM (Technology Adoption Model) studies. Such papers should be directed to the Transactions instead.
Key journal audiences
Academics in computer and information systems
Practitioners who manage information systems in organizations
Information Technology & People publishes work that is dedicated to understanding the implications of information technology as a tool, resource and format for people in society as much as in their daily work in organizations.
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