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Author Guidelines

We welcome the following types of contributions:

1. Full-length and letter-length papers describing original research and/or novel applications
2. Well researched review/survey articles
3. Work-in-progress reports on promising developments
4. Case studies and best practice articles prepared by industry experts
5. Tutorials on up-and-coming technological breakthroughs

It is expected that 80% of published contents would fall under categories 1) and 2). Although categories 3)-5) should make up only 20% of published contents, category 3) is intended to be an important feature of the journal. It will be a venue for publishing ‘spot the trend’ or ‘you saw it here first’ types of contributions. This reinforces the forward looking nature of the journal

We expect readers and contributors to come from the wide spectrum of computing/IT communities including academic and industrial researchers, industrial managers and practitioners, IT consultants, educators, and employees of related government agencies, as well as policy makers in the public and private sectors.

Submitted papers are assumed to contain no proprietary material unprotected by patent or patent application; responsibility for technical content and for protection of proprietary material rests solely with the author(s) and their organizations and is not the responsibility of JAIT or its Editorial Staff. The main author is responsible for ensuring that the article has been seen and approved by all the other authors. It is the responsibility of the author to obtain all necessary copyright release permissions for the use of any copyrighted materials in the manuscript prior to the submission.

Topic: Software Design and Program Development

Software Design and Program Development play a key role in the software development process. Different methods are used for architecture design and detailed design evaluation. The topics include but are not limited to:

Computer programming languages and programming          Parallel programming
Software structure design   Software quality assessment
Software analysis methods and tools   Debugging
Software requirements analysis   Application Testing and Design
Test case design and execution   Testing Application Vulnerabilities
Software modeling and analysis   Software testing in IoT (Internet of Things)
Software design and estimation   Importance of agile and DevOps principles
Software frameworks and architectural   Security testing tool
Architectural and design patterns   Software testing, diagnosis, and validation
Software process models   Design principles
Project management   Software performance
Software testing to combat cybersecurity and risk compliance   Machine learning and artificial intelligence to enhance automated software testing
 

Topic: Machine Learning in computer and information systems

Machine learning is the process of a computer modeling human intelligence, and autonomously improving over time. Machines are able to make predictions about the future based on what they have observed and learned in the past. The topics include but are not limited to:

Logistic Regression   Decision Tree
k-Means       Nearest Neighbors
Principal Component Analysis   Hierarchical Naïve Bayes
Random Forest   Support Vector Machine
Reinforcement learning   Unsupervised learning
Supervised learning   Deep learning
Self-Organizing Maps   Topic model
Dimensionality reduction   Artificial Neural Networks
Deep Neural Network   K-nearest neighbor
Linear regression   Canonical correlation analysis

 

Special Issue: Smart Cities Information Analysis Based on Artificial Intelligenc

Submission deadline: May 1, 2023

Recent advance in artificial intelligence (AI), particularly machine learning (ML), has considerably accelerated the development of smart city applications. At the same time, smart infrastructure, a critical element of smart cities, is integrated with wireless sensor networks and the Internet of Things (IoT) that automatically gather, evaluate, and transmit structural data, also known as "smart monitoring". AI algorithms enable the processing of huge amounts of information and the identification of patterns and characteristics that would remain undetected using conventional methods. Therefore, this Special Issue (SI) is dedicated to the smart cities’ infrastructure-based sensor networks and/or IoT, data collection, and Big Data (BD)  analysis using AI techniques. The topics include but not limited to: 
-       Cloudlet-based approaches for smart city engineering
-       Communication networks for smart cities
-       Smart city big data analytics
-       Smart cities applications in smart buildings, home automation, and smart energy grids
-       Smart city transportation and healthcare management
-       IoT-based smart cities
-       Security and privacy of advanced networks
-       Internet of drones for smart cities
-       Smart city mobile applications
-       Analytics for smart cities
-       Fog and edge computing-based approaches for smart city engineering 

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