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From: Uldis Bojars <uldis.bojars@gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 27 Jan 2013 22:21:57 +0200
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Inaugural Call for Papers

Baltic Journal of Modern Computing (BJMC)
(ISSN 2255-8950, electronic; ISSN 2255-8942, paperback)

April 2013 Issue (Volume 1, Issue: 1-2)


The BJMC is a peer reviewed international scholarly open access
electronic quarterly journal. The journal aims at providing a platform
for established and emerging scholars and academicians globally for
sharing their professional and academic knowledge in the fields of
computer science, software engineering, information technology,
information systems, computer engineering, computing didactics and
related disciplines. Being open access electronic journal, BJMC aims
to engage a large audience of readers worldwide by reporting on
current and vital topics in its subject disciplines. BJMC solicits
original and unpublished works of different types – completed
research, book and literature reviews, surveys, and high quality
technical notes from experts in the field – which help deepen and
broaden the readers understanding of the state-of-the-art of modern


University of Latvia
Vilnius University
Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, University of Latvia
Latvia University of Agriculture

The articles are published in full on BJMC website. Although the
journal concentrates mainly on research directions active in the
Baltic countries, submissions are welcome from across all streams
related to modern computing and related disciplines.

The journal offers its authors prompt publishing – less than 3 month
after acceptance notice – and practically unlimited number of pages
for an article, and allows for inclusion of audio, video, raw
experimental data, etc.

Baltic Journal of Modern Computing is a successor of Acta
Universitatis Latviensis: Series Computer Science and Information
Technologies published annually since 2008.

The subject areas covered by the BJMC include (but are not limited to):

Applications of computer science in modeling
Artificial Intelligence
Cloud Computing
Computer Architecture
Computer Linguistics
Computer Graphics and Multimedia
Computer Networks
Computer in Agriculture
Computing in Medical Service/Technology
Data Communication
Data Mining
Database Systems
Digital Signal and Image Processing
Distributed and Parallel Systems
E-commerce and E-governance
Game and Animation
Graph Theory and Computing
High Performance and
Next Generation Computing
Human Computer Interaction
Information Security
Information Systems
Computing Didactics
Internet and Web Applications
Knowledge and Data Engineering
Language Processing
Learning Management System (LMS) and e-Learning
Mobile computing
Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic
Operating Systems
Pattern Recognition
Programming Languages
Signal Processing
Social and Business Aspects of Convergence IT
Software Engineering
Software Testing
Semantic Web
System Security and Control
Theoretical Quantum Computing
Ubiquitous Computing
Wireless Communication

Review Process

All manuscripts are subject to double-blind peer review by competent
reviewers in the relevant field and are expected to meet standards of
academic excellence.

The papers submitted to BJMC will undergo a review process to evaluate
the originality and currency of the work and assess its quality and
suitability for acceptance to be published in BJMC.

Payments and Fees

The institution author is affiliated with is charged a publication fee
EUR 100 for an accepted article. The author affiliated with a
co-publisher is released from payment.


Last date to submit your paper for April 2013 issue is February 28, 2013.

Please make sure you have read the Information for authors before
submitting a manuscript. Details of manuscript preparation and
submitting can be found at the Journal’s site


We are looking forward to hearing from you!

Best regards,



Juris Borzovs, Dr.habil.dat., CISA

Latvijas Zinātņu akadēmijas korespondētājloceklis
profesors, dekāns, Datorikas fakultāte, Latvijas Universitāte
Raiņa bulvāris 19, 327. telpa, LV-1586 Rīga, Latvija
tel. +371 67034490, mob. tel. +371 29257530, Skype jborzovs,
juris.borzovs@lu.lv, www.df.lu.lv/
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