The International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security is a monthly journal that publishes articles which contribute new theoretical results in all areas of Computer Science, Communication Network,   and Information Security. Papers are solicited from, but not limited to the following topics:

 

 

 

Computer Science:

Theory of Parallel Processings and Distributed Computings

Foundations of High-performance Computings

Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Analysis of Algorithms

Artifial Intelligences(A.I.) & Pattern/Image Recognitions

Neural Networks and Biomedical Simulations

Virtual Visions, 3-D Object Retrievals, & Virtual Simulations

Data Minings, Web Image Minings, & Applications

Data Base(D.B.) Management & Information Retrievals

All topics related Image/Signal Processings

 

 

Communication Network:

Ad-Hoc, Mobile, Wireless Networks and Mobile Computings

Quantum Computing, Coding, and Error Controls

Agent Computings & Multi-Agents Systems

Defining Spectrum Rights and Open Spectrum Solutions

Quality of Services and Communication Protocols

Satelite and Optical Communication Systems

3G/4G Network Evolutions

CDMA/GSM Communication Protocols

Mobile Computing for e-Commerces

Any topics related Computer Networks

 

 

Information Security:

Cryptography and Foundation of Computer Security

Authentication/Authorization Issues

Any topics related PKI(Public Key Intrastructures)

IDS/Firewall, Anti-Spam mail, Anti-virus issues

Wireless Access Security

Network Security Applications

Biometric authentication and algorithms

Fingerprint /Hand/Biometrics Recognitions  and  Technologies

IC-card Security, OTP, and Key Management Issues

E-comerce, Ubiquitous, RFID, Applications

Any topics related ISO SC-27 and SC-17 standards

 

 

 

 

In order to provide a timely and broad coverage of this ever-evolving field, IJCSNS offers its readers a mix of regular and special issues. Papers can be submitted for the regular issues of the journal, or in response to calls for papers for special issues.