Review of Computer Engineering Studies (RCES) is an international journal for scientists, engineers, technologists, aimed at circulating new developments in the fields of information processes and systems, theory of computing, Pattern recognition, Numerical and Symbolic computing, artificial intelligence, signal and image processing, database systems, software engineering, networking, Security, Scientific computations, Control theory and applications, decision support systems, robotics, high performance computing, real-time systems, operating systems, cloud computing, e-science and e-commerce, human-machine interaction, systems integration, web-intelligence, warning systems, bio-informatics, etc.
The choice of each topic of articles should be innovative, not confined to known results, and provoke new science interest, which benefits those who devote themselves to computer science in the fundamental understanding of theories and current researches. The presentation of arguments in articles should be original and clarified, using surveys which can support the opinions that appear in articles.
Focus and Scope
RCES is an international journal for scientists, engineers, technologists, which publishes original and professional scientific papers, review articles and surveys.
The focuses and scope include, but are not limited to:
- information processes and systems
- theory of computing
- pattern recognition
- numerical and symbolic computing
- artificial intelligence
- signal and image processing
- database systems
- software engineering
- scientific computations
- control theory and applications
- decision support systems
- high performance computing
- real-time systems
- operating systems
- cloud computing
- e-science and e-commerce
- human-machine interaction
- systems integration
- warning systems
- Open Submissions
- Peer Reviewed
Peer Review Process
A single blind reviewing procedure is adopted by RCES. After submission, if the topics of the paper are appropriate for the journal, the manuscript is sent to the editor-in-chief or managing editor and then the paper will reach a panel of experts as reviewers involved in those research areas, who can be either external or members of the editorial board. Each paper is reviewed by at least two reviewers. The final decision concerning the papers publication belongs to the editor-in-chief or managing editor. And their comments will be returned to the author. There are four possible outcomes:
a) Accept: the paper will be published without any revision.
b) Minor revision: the author will be required to revise the paper according to reviewers’ comments and then return the revised paper to the editor. The paper will be accepted at the editor’s discretion.
c) Major revision: the author will be required to significantly revise the paper according to reviewers’ comments and then return the revised paper to the editor. The paper will then undergo another, final round of refereeing.
d) Reject: the paper will not be published.
Upon acceptance, the author will receive the acceptance letter sent by editor-in-chief or managing editor and be required to prepare the paper in Word using the Template of RCES.
We at Review of Computer Engineering Studies adhere strongly to the highest ethical standards of academic integrity, and fully expects the same from all of our contributing authors. Any paper containing plagiarism seriously hinders us from our goal of maintaining high levels of quality, uniqueness, and innovation.
We will take serious actions against those papers determined to contain plagiarism including, but not limited to, removing those articles completely from our website as well as from the websites of the databases in which we are listed and indexed. Original authors can file a complaint against the paper they think is their work and we will evaluate all such requests in an impartial manner.
RCES is published quarterly, with four journal issues and one volume per year.
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