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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  • Does the submission match with the CAI topics?
  • Does the article contain significant new contribution compared to already published work of the same or other author(s)? Does it provide interesting information for potential readers?
  • Is the title sound and clear? Does abstract clearly explain the contribution? Are the character and contents of the paper clear from the title and abstract?
  • Does Introduction provide relevant information for the article topic? Does it provide understandable information about the problem addressed, about contribution and about motivation/need for such contribution? Is it understandable for anyone in computer science field?
  • Does the article provide relevant survey of state-of-the-art relevant to the topic of the paper? If the paper is interdisciplinary, does it overview all relevant state-of-the-art in related fields?
  • Does the paper appropriately compare the performance of proposed methodologies with those found in the published literature? Are the references provided up to date? Is adequate credit given to other contributors in the field and are references sufficiently complete? Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  • Is evaluation methodology provided/explained? Is the evaluation method/methodology used relevant for the article topic? If contribution is evaluated experimentally, are the used data/dataset relevant/significant for the article topic? Is the size of experiment statistically significant? If contribution is evaluated by other method, such as providing use cases, providing formal proof or other, is it significant? Does it prove the contribution?
  • Is the scientific contribution of the paper significant? Is comparison to state-of-the-art and existing methods provided, or does it address the problem in a novel way which is somehow measurable?
  • Is the contribution properly explained in an understandable way? Is the paper clearly, concisely, accurately and logically written?
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journal.

Author Guidelines

  Authors are encouraged to submit high quality, original work that has not appeared in, nor is under consideration by, other journals. Full versions of papers which have previously appeared in conference proceedings will also be considered (this should be indicated at the time of submission). Poor English may be a reason not to consider a paper for reviewing.
In case of any questions about the following procedures, contact us at


Submission of Manuscripts
  Authors are requested to submit their manuscript as a .pdf file following the OJS procedure. Our LaTeX journal style file (see below) is binding for CAI papers, along with LaTeX 'article class' format.
Non-standard LaTeX style CAI (.zip 167K) is the required format.

In case of any technical problems, contact us at
Papers submitted in other than the indicated format will be rejected.


Layout of the Paper
  Each paper must have a heading, full name and address of the author(s), abstract of about 100 words, keywords, Mathematics Subject Classification 2010, the body of the paper, references, and short CVs (about 100 words) and photos of all authors. The length of the paper should be at least 15 pages of main text (without References and CVs), maximum length of the whole paper is 30 pages. All pages must be numbered. Indicate your e-mail address and the preferred address for correspondence. Always keep the Editorial Office informed about address changes.
Immediately following the abstract, give five to ten keywords (key phrases).
Mathematics Subject Classification 2010
In footnote to page 1, indicate several MSC 2010 symbols, to be found at
Abbreviated title
An abbreviated title of not more than 50 characters to be used as the running head should be given with each manuscript.
Electronic version in EPS (Encapsulated Postscript) is preferred. The illustrations should be sharp, noise free and of good contrast. Graphs and schemes should be in vector format.
References should appear as a separate bibliography at the end of the paper, numbered by numerals in square brackets. References should be complete, in the style given within the LaTeX style file. Each reference should be provided by the DOI (Digital Object Identifier) if available.
References to papers published in languages other than English should be translated into English with the original language given in brackets after the heading, e.g. (in German).


Referee process
  The Computing and Informatics is a peer-reviewed journal. Each submitted paper is assigned to a member of the Editorial Board for handling. The refereeing is done by anonymous reviewers. In case an author wishes to provide a review with his/her identity kept from the reviewers, this should be indicated in the cover letter to the Editor-in-Chief and names and affiliations of authors should be omitted from the submitted paper.


  The publication fee of 250 Euro is charged for each accepted paper to partially cover the publication costs. All other costs are covered by the publisher. Details about transfer of the publication fee will be announced to authors individually.


  Authors will be notified by the OJS when proofreading of their paper will be due, and are assumed to send the revised paper back within 10 days; otherwise the paper will be published without proofreading.


  Each group of authors is entitled to 10 free reprints of their paper. There will be no page charges to the authors.

The main rules for Special Issues and Sections
  • You should collect papers with a high scientific contribution. Special issue (section) should have the international dimension, i.e. to have papers from different countries.
  • You should send abstracts of papers to Editor-in-Chief. CAI Executive Board will decide on the basis of abstracts of papers whether they are relevant to the CAI special issue.
  • Papers have to be formatted in CAI latex style, available on For the early stage of whole process, we will need the pdf files, later the source files will be necessary.
  • Each paper should be long enough, at least 15 pages of main text (without References and CVs), maximum length is 30 pages in whole. In the end of each paper there should be short CVs of each author and their photographs (they can be sent separately, but it is necessary to count with the space they require).
  • Whole Special issue should not be longer than 220 pages, the length of the Special section should not exceed 110 pages.
  • If you provide the review process, each paper has to be reviewed by at least two referees (coming from different countries than authors of the paper). You can use our review forms for it, if you wish (available on request).
  • The Editor-in-Chief and the members of the Executive Board will make final decision about selected papers.

Call for Papers - Special Issue on Secured Machine Learning Framework

Special Issue on Secured Machine Learning Framework Using Multi-Path Network Aggregation

Manuscript submission deadline: January 31, 2023
Authors notification: April 25, 2023
Revised papers due: June 15, 2023
Final notification: September 20, 2023

Call for Papers - New Advances in Explainable Artificial Intelligence for Image Understanding and Signal Recovery from Uncertain Data

Special Issue on New Advances in Explainable Artificial Intelligence for Image Understanding and Signal Recovery from Uncertain Data

Manuscript submissions due: March 27, 2023 -- Extended till July 30, 2023
First round of reviews completed: June 25,2023
Second round of reviews completed: August 28, 2023
Final manuscripts due: November 26, 2023

Call for Papers - Advanced Signal Processing and AI Technologies for Congestion-Aware Heterogeneous Connected Automated Vehicles

This special issue focuses on advanced signal processing and AI technologies for congestion-aware heterogeneous connected automated vehicles.


Manuscript Submission Deadline: May 20, 2023
Authors Notification: July 20, 2023
Revised Papers Due: September 30, 2023
Final Notification: November 25, 2023

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