Information for Authors

The Australian Journal of Intelligent Information Systems (AJIIPS) is published regularly. The aim of AJIIPS is to publish papers describing theory, methods, and techniques, applications, and tutorial presentations in a range of areas relating to Computer Science and Computer Engineering. AJIIPS publishes full papers, short notes, and survey articles. Specific areas include but are not limited to:

  • Artificial Neural Networks
  • Evolutionary Computing
  • Extended Reality
  • Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery
  • Deep Learning
  • Cluster Analysis
  • Ontological Studies
  • Human Centred Computing
  • Fuzzy Systems
  • Virtual Reality
  • Information Retrieval

    All papers will be reviewed by at least two reviewers and one of the editors. Decisions as to the suitability of the papers will be made by the Editor in Chief. Papers should be clearly presented, consistent with giving proper description of primary contribution. Theory papers should be based on clear, formal foundations; methods and techniques should indicate the novelty and advantage of the technique; applications papers should present appropriate results and evaluation of performance; tutorial papers should be clearly presented to a reader with a general background in areas of interest to the journal but no prior background in the specific topic.

    Submission and publication format

    All papers should follow the Springer conference paper format, with the exception that 2 cm margins are used on all 4 sides of a A4 sheet.


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