Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope

Scope of Journal of Computing and Data Science

  • Data Science
  • Computing 
  • Information systems
  • System Software
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Computer Architecture
  • Distributed Systems
  • System & Software Engineering 
  • Genomics-IT & Bioinformatics
  • Internet and Web
  • AI & Expert systems
  • Software Process and Life Cycle
  • Database Systems
  • Software Testing & Quality assurance
  • IOT & Big DATA
  • Information Technology Implementation
  • Computing Languages & Algorithms
  • E-commerce & M-Commerce
  • Computer Networks & Communications
  • Computing Systems
  • Control Systems & Engineering
  • Systems Engineering


Section Policies


Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Checked Peer Reviewed

Peer Review Process

The objective, scope, and author guidelines of this publication must be adhered to by all manuscripts submitted. The manuscripts that are submitted should encompass scientific excellence or novelty that is relevant to the designated topic and breadth. It is imperative that all manuscripts are devoid of any plagiarized information. It is recommended that all authors utilize plagiarism detection software in order to do similarity checks. The plagiarism detection of articles in this publication is assessed by editors through the utilization of Turnitin software.

The research manuscript submitted to this publication will undergo a double-blind review process, involving a minimum of two or more professional reviewers. The reviewers provided scientifically significant feedback that enhanced the content of the work.

The ultimate determination regarding the acceptance of articles will be made by the Editors based on the feedback provided by the reviewers. The Editor in Chief will determine the publication order of approved articles based on the chronological order of acceptance, the geographical distribution of contributors, and the relevance to topical issues.


Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.


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