The Journal of Applied Computer Systems (JoACS) is a semiannual, peer-reviewed, and fully-refereed journal. It covers the theoretical and the applied research and critical reviews on computer science and relevant fields. The aim of this journal is to publish academically and industrially acclaimed papers from academics as well as from professionals. Thereby, it brings both the parties under the same umbrella to remedy the gaps between them and provides a common platform for both the parties to share their experiences, requirements, findings, and so on.

The JoACS only consider original, innovative, and new papers that are not publised elsewhere or not under consideration or submitted to any other journal in English or any other language. All the submitted papers are scrutinized rigorously, and only high-quality papers are accepted for publication to ensure the quality of the journal. The scope of the journal includes, but not limited to the followings:

  • Information Systems
  • Algorithms and computability
  • Algorithmic Complexity
  • Complexity theory
  • Parallel & distributed computing
  • Computer networks
  • Neural networks
  • Computational learning theory
  • Database theory & practice
  • Simulation modeling
  • Computer modeling of complex systems
  • Information Technology
  • Mobile and Wireless Networks
  • Cloud Computing
  • Network Security
  • Data Mining
  • Software Engineering
  • Software Testing
  • Machine Learning
  • So on …