Information Engineering Letters
ISSN: 2163-4114(Print), E-ISSN:2163-4122(Online)
Information Engineering Letters is published with both online and print versions. The journal covers the frontier issues in the engineering and the computer science and their applications in business, industry and other subjects. The computer science is a branch of engineering science that studies computable processes and structures.
It contains theories for understanding computing systems and methods; computational algorithms and tools; methodologies for testing of concepts. The subjects covered by the journal include artificial intelligence, bioinformatics, computational statistics, database, data mining, electronics, financial engineering, hardware systems, imaging engineering, industrial engineering, information engineering, internet computing, networking, operations research, scientific computing, software engineering, telecommunications, and their applications etc.
|Paper Submission and Publication Process||Step1: Paper Submission
Step2: Checking My Review Result
Step3: Uploading final Camera-Ready paper
Step4: Payment for Publication
We invite you to submit a paper should be written at least 8 pages (except "References") in IERIFormat.
Format for Body:
Publication : 4 issues per year
IERI Journals are peer reviewed international journals by 5 reviewers(1 managing editor(prescreening), 1-2 editors(general review), 1 invited reviewers and 3 recommended reviewers(general review)) and every review process is controlled strictly according to the journal's guideline.
The review process are processed with 5 steps.
The journals of Information Engineering Letters strictly adhere to the publication ethics outlined below and prohibit any malpractices regarding publication. Ethical standards for publication encourage high-quality scientific research and papers and thus very important for the development of promising and respected network of knowledge. In this regard we declare publication ethics for authors, editors, reviewers and publisher itself.
Falsification of data - Range from fabrication to deceptive reporting of findings and omission of conflicting data, or willful distortion of data, which disgrace the scientific mind and research and implant mistrust.
Plagiarism - The appropriation of ideas and works from others without giving them credit. Copying even one sentence from someone's manuscript without proper citation is considered plagiarism
Improprieties of authorship - Improper assignment of credit, such as excluding some who contributed to the work or including some who didn't make a definite contribution.
Multiple or concurrent submissions - Submitting the same manuscript to more than one journal simultaneously, which therefore, waste the time of editors and peer reviewers, and possibly defame the journal's reputation if published in more than one.
Redundant publications - Publishing many very similar manuscripts based on the same experiment.
Inappropriate behavior in relation to misconduct - This includes unfounded or knowingly false accusations of misconduct, failure to report known or suspected misconduct, withholding or destruction of information relevant to a claim of misconduct and retaliation against persons involved in the allegation or investigation.
IEL has been indexed by several world class databases. For more information, please access the following links:
2. EBSCO A-to-Z
Jaemu Lee, Busan National University of Education, Korea
Publishing Proposal, Please contact
IERI Open access journals are freely available via the Internet for immediate worldwide open access to the full text of articles serving the best interests of the world scientific research community. There are no subscription fees for open access journals. The modest open access publication costs are usually covered by the author's institution or research funds. Open access journals are not different from traditional subscription-based journals; they undergo the same peer-review and quality control process as any other scholarly journals
Benefits of publishing your papers in IERI Open Access Journals:
|4-1(2014)||Information Engineering Letters , Volume 4, Number 1, March, 2014 [online]|
|3-4 (2013)||Information Engineering Letters , Volume 3, Number 4, December, 2013 [online]|
|3-3 (2013)||Information Engineering Letters , Volume 3, Number 3, September, 2013 [online]|
|3-2 (2013)||Information Engineering Letters , Volume 3, Number 2, June, 2013 [online]|
|3-1(2013)||Information Engineering Letters , Volume 3, Number 1, March, 2012 [online]|
|2-4 (2012)||Information Engineering Letters , Volume 2, Number 4, December, 2012 [online]|
|2-3 (2012)||Information Engineering Letters , Volume 2, Number 3, September, 2012 [online]|
|2-2 (2012)||Information Engineering Letters , Volume 2, Number 2, June, 2012 [online]|
|2-1 (2012)||Information Engineering Letters , Volume 2, Number 1, March, 2012 [online]|
|1-1 (2011)||Information Engineering Letters , Volume 2, Number 1, December, 2011 [online]|