¢Ć Instructions for Authors

Submission Guidelines

1. Papers submitted to the journal must be related to information science and applications thereof, contribute to academic/industrial developments, and should be original in content. Published work (or work that is under consideration for publication) at other journals, whether domestic or international, may not be submitted. Authors are expected to comply with research and publication guidelines such as Ethical Standards for the Korean Institute of Information Scientists and Engineers and International Standards for Editors and Authors.

2. Authors, with the exception of co-authors and invited contributors, must be members of the Korean Institute of Information Scientists and Engineers.

3. The Editorial Board has the right to request revision of papers from the authors. In order to retain status, revisions must be returned within 6 weeks for general papers, 3 weeks for invited contributions and short papers, and 2 weeks for papers requiring 2-month review. Also, if there is no reply from the author, it is considered to quit the revision process.

4. Authors shall take full responsibility for papers published in the journal.

5. Authors must submit their papers to one of the topic areas listed below. Depending on the topic area of an accepted paper, an appropriate journal will be decided. If the editorial board finds that the topic area of the submitted paper needs to be changed, the editorial board may revise the topic area of the submitted paper.

Topic Areas

Published Journal

• Computer Systems and Theory

Journal of KIISE(JOK)

hardware, OS, graphics, parallel processing, computing theory, etc.

• Software and Applications

software engineering, artificial intelligence, HCI, PL, natural language processing, computer education, etc.

• Databases

DBMS, information systems management, data mining, information retrieval, XML, geographic information systems, etc.

• Information Networking

wired and wireless networks, mobile communications, internet communications and applications, information security, multimedia communications, sensor networks, etc.

• Computing Practices

KIISE Transactions on Computing Practices(KTCP)

real-world/industrial/academic experiences focused on design and implementation of computer software or computer systems, development of software tools, evaluation and analyses of computing systems and data, etc.

6.
(1) Papers must be submitted online via the official website (http://www.kiise.or.kr/xtest2).
(2) Submissions are accepted year-round, and an acknowledgment from the secretariat establishes the date of receipt(kiise@kiise.or.kr, Tel:+82-2-588-9230/9240).

7. Papers must be submitted in PDF format. If submitted as a non-PDF, 10,000 won will be charged for file conversion. Papers for publication must be prepared in Hangul or MS Word.

8.
(1) Papers should be organized in the following order: Korean title, English title, Korean abstract, Korean key words, English abstract, English key words, main body, references, appendix. Do not include the name(s) of authors or any other identifiable information. (2) Abstracts should be kept to 300~500 characters in Korean, and 100~200 words in English. The number of key words for both Korean and English is limited to 4~6. (3) Short papers must not exceed 5 pages, following the format and style of the journal. (4) Do not include acknowledgements in the review submission papers.

9. References should be related to the papers and numbered consecutively in the order in which they are first mentioned in the text. Journal paper references should include the following: authorӮs name, title, name of journal, volume, issue, pages, and year of publication. Book references should contain authorӮs name, publisher, and year of publication.

”“Book”µ
[1] R. Bellman. Introduction to Matrix Analysis, 2nd Ed., pp. 234. McGraw-Hill, New York, 1979.

”“Journal”µ
[1] K. Park, H. Hwang, C. Lee, and S. Min, "Analysis of Delay-Bandwidth Normalization Characteristic in Decay Usage Algorithm of UNIX," Journal of KIISE : Computer Systems and Theory, Vol. 34, No. 10, pp. 511-520, Oct. 2007. (in Korean)
[2] D. Kim, H. Kim, and J. Seo, "A Statistical Prediction Model of Speakers' Intentions in a Goal-Oriented Dialogue," Journal of KIISE : Software and Applications , Vol. 35, No. 9, pp. 554-561, Oct. 2008. (in Korean)
[3] D. O. Seong, M. H. Yeo, and J. S. Yoo, "An Energy Efficient Continuous Skyline Query Processing Method in Wireless Sensor Networks," Journal of KIISE : Computing Practices and Letters, Vol. 15, No. 4, pp. 275-279, Apr. 2009. (in Korean)
[4] J. Kim, I. Song and M.-H. Kim, "An Efficient Keyword Search Method on RDF Data," Journal of KIISE : Databases, Vol. 35, No. 6, pp. 495-504, Dec. 2008. (in Korean)
[5] J. Choe and D. Yoo, "A Mechanism for Handling Selfish Nodes using Credit in Sensor Networks," Journal of KIISE : Information Networking, Vol. 35, No. 2, pp. 120-129, Oct. 2008. (in Korean)
[6] T.-Q. Nguyen, J.-S. Heo, J.-H. Lee, Y.-R. Kim, and K.-Y. Whang, "Query Expansion Using Augmented Terms in an Extended Boolean Model," Journal of Computing Science and Engineering, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 26-43, Mar. 2008.

”“Conference Proceeding”µ
[1] S. Yu, S. J. Kim, "A Design of a Context-Aware Fault Recovery System for Smart Homes," Proc. of the KIISE Korea Computer Congress 2008, pp. 354-358, 2008. (in Korean)
[2] K. J. Kang, S. J. Kim, "A Design of Probability-based Knowledge Model for Environment Control Services on Smart Homes," Proc. of the 35th KIISE Fall Conference, pp. 291-358, 2008. (in Korean)

”“Web Site”µ
[1] J. Jones. (1991, May 10). Networks (2nd ed.) [Online]. Available: http://www.atm.com (downloaded 2012, Sep. 10)

10. Chapters and sections should be labeled with Arabic numerals i.e. 1., 1.1.

11. Figures and tables should be placed in the center of the page and sufficiently large so that they remain legible when reduced to the print size. Figures should be labeled as Fig. 1, center-aligned below the figure, and tables as Table 1, center-aligned above the table. The content of all in-text figures and tables must be in English, and the titles in both Korean and English.

12. Authors of selected papers must submit a short 200-word biography and a photo (3 x 4 cm).

13. Authors must pay 500,000 won per paper requiring 2-month review, or 50,000 won for general review. Authors of papers requiring 2-month review may receive a refund if review is not completed within 2 months. However, this is not applied the delay is due to the author. The following publication fees are applied to selected papers.

No. of printed pages

1-6 pages

7-8 pages

9 or more pages

Publication fee for general papers

15,000 won/page

30,000 won/page

50,000 won/page

Publication fee for
short papers

100,000 won/paper

If non-members are included in the list of authors, an additional charge of 50% is applied to the publication. An extra 100,000 won applies for the inclusion of a funding acknowledgment, and a 20% discount if otherwise.

14. Authors who wish to change the date of publication must receive approval from the Editorial Board. Also, an additional charge of 300,000 won applies.

15. Authors will receive 20 complimentary copies upon publication. If more than 20 copies are required, additional fees must be paid before printing.

16. Papers published in the journal cannot be reproduced without permission from the Korean Institute of Information Scientists and Engineers.

17. By publishing, authors agree to have their articles stored in electronic databases that are accessible by an unspecified number of the general public. Authors of articles approved for publication are required to submit the Copyright Transfer Form.

18. These guidelines shall take effect as of July 1, 2014.

Author's Checklist

Item

Content

YES

NO

General issue

Did you fully understand submission guidelines?

 

 

Did you comply with publication ethics?

 

 

Abstract

Does the abstract kept to 300~500 characters in Korean, and 100~200 words in English?

 

 

Did you make a correction to grammatical errors?

 

 

Text

Are manuscript elements placed for following order: Korean title, English title, Korean abstract, Korean keywords, English abstract, English keywords, main body, references, appendix?

 

 

Are tables and figures stated only in English and captions of them both in Korean and in English?

 

 

Are authors identification information including acknowledgements not presented in text?

 

 

Are the references both in the parenthetical text citations and in the reference list ordered in sequence?

 

 

Reference

Are references all individually numbered with only one citation per reference, and presented in order both in text and in the reference list?

 

 

Are they only stated in English?

 

 

References must adhere to correct journal format in order as follow.
Journal articles: author, title, publication title, number of publication, full page ranges, publishing year.
Books: author, title, publishing office, publishing year.

 

 

Are references and the reference list ordered in sequence?

 

 

Submission

E-mail address and telephone number for corresponding author(s) should be inserted correctly.

 

 

Authors are mentioned in order.

 

 

All information that required on website is submitted.

 

 

Manuscript must be submitted in pdf file, otherwise it is charges £Ü10,000 for conversion to Adobe PDF.

 

 

Submission fee is paid properly.

 

 

Authorship

Authorship credit should be based on 1) substantial contributions to conception and design, acquisition of data, or analysis and interpretation of data; 2) drafting the article or revising it critically for important intellectual content; and 3) final approval of the version to be published. Authors should meet these three conditions.

Peer Review Process

All manuscripts are treated as confidential. They are peer-reviewed by at least two anonymous reviewers selected by the editor. The corresponding author is notified as soon as possible of the editorӮs decision to accept, reject, or request revision of manuscripts. When the final revised manuscript is determined completely acceptable according to the journal format and criteria, it will be scheduled for publication in the next available issue. Rejected papers will not be peer-reviewed again.

The criteria on paper reviewing:
- How does this manuscript advance the field of research and/or contribute something new to the literature?
- Is this manuscript relevant to the community of readers of the journal?
- Is the manuscript technically sound?
- Is the paper clearly written and well organized?
- Are all figures and tables appropriately provided and is their resolution in good quality?
- Does the introduction state the objectives of the manuscript, encouraging the reader to read on?
- Are the references relevant and complete? The reviewers should supply missing references.

Article Processing Charge (Page Charge)

Authors must pay 500,000 won per paper requiring 2-month review, or 50,000 won for general review. Authors of papers requiring 2-month review may receive a refund if review is not completed within 2 months. However, this is not applied the delay is due to the author. The following publication fees are applied to selected papers.

No. of printed pages

1-6 pages

7-8 pages

9 or more pages

Publication fee for general papers

15,000 won/page

30,000 won/page

50,000 won/page

Publication fee for
short papers

100,000 won/paper

If non-members are included in the list of authors, an additional charge of 50% is applied to the publication. An extra 100,000 won applies for the inclusion of a funding acknowledgment, and a 20% discount if otherwise.

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