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Journal receives papers in continuous flow and we will
consider articles from a wide range of Information Technology disciplines
encompassing the most basic research to the most innovative technologies. Please
submit your papers electronically to our submission system at
http://jatit.org/submit_paper.php in an MSWord, Pdf or compatible
format so that they may be evaluated for publication in the upcoming issue. This
journal uses a blinded review process; please remember to include all your
personal identifiable information in the manuscript before submitting it for
review, we will edit the necessary information at our side. Submissions to JATIT
should be full research / review papers (properly indicated below main title in
case of review paper).
of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology published since 2005
(E-ISSN 1817-3195 / ISSN 1992-8645) is an open access International refereed research
publishing journal with a focused aim on promoting and publishing original
high quality research dealing with theoretical and scientific aspects in all
disciplines of Information Technology. JATIT is an international scientific
research journal focusing on issues in information technology research. A
large number of manuscript inflows, reflects its popularity and the trust of
world's research community. JATIT is indexed with major indexing and
abstracting organizations and
is published in both electronic and print format. All articles are available
under cc by-ns-nd licensing.
technical or research papers and research results submitted to JATIT should be
original in nature, never previously published in any journal or undergoing such
process across the globe. All the submissions will be peer-reviewed by the panel
of experts associated with JATIT. Submitted papers should meet the
internationally accepted criteria and manuscripts should follow the style of the
journal for the purpose of both reviewing and editing. Indexing information is found at the indexing and abstracting
page of JATIT.
What do we look for
in your Research while conducting blind Peer Review
Its contents have to be of use to anyone practicing
one of the disciplines addressed by the journal.
- The paper is relevant to the technical scope of the
journal and to the professional interests and activities of its audience.
- Ideally it should present new knowledge or technology
that has the potential to help the reader in their professional work as
practicing scientists / engineers.
It should present new knowledge or technology, or
analyze previously known facts in a new way.
- A paper should present new knowledge or analyze
previously known facts in a new way. Additionally it should take full
account of previously published work on its subject.
- A case history is appropriate if it presents the
application of existing technology in a new way or in a new location or
environment where it has not previously been used and that requires new and
previously un-used techniques or analyses.
- A review paper is appropriate if it finds connections
between previously unrelated facts or commonality between previously
uncompelled facts and results, or makes deductions that give the reader
substantiated guidance on the accuracy and applicability of the reviewed
3) Technical Detail
It should be logically sound, and it should give
sufficient detail to allow the reader to replicate the work it describes and to
assess its applicability to other environments.
- The research design, methods, and analyses are adequately
defined and clearly described, well integrated, well reasoned, and
appropriate to the aims of the project.
- The paper should present sufficient detail of the
application, methods and analyses employed and results achieved to allow the
reader to replicate the work descried but also to evaluate its applicability
to the environment and problems on which they are working.
- Statistical / Analytical tests are appropriate and the
assumptions underlying the use of statistics are fulfilled by the data.
- The statistics are reported correctly and appropriately.
4) Presentation and
It should present clearly and concisely in the JATIT's
standard format all relevant data and information to support the conclusions and
to indicate their limitations.
- The text is well written and easy to follow.
- The introduction builds a logical case and context for
the problem statement.
- The problem statement is clear and well articulated.
- The data reported are accurate (e.g., the numbers add up)
and appropriate; tables, graphs and figures are used effectively and agree
with the text.
- The amount of data presented is sufficient and
- Results are presented effectively; the interpretations of
the results are appropriate and the conclusions accurate.
- The conclusions are clearly stated and follow from the
design, methods, and results; the justification of conclusions is well
- The study limitations are discussed.
- Statistical differences are distinguished from meaningful
- Practical significance or theoretical implications are
- Reference citations are complete, accurate and
up-to-date. The number of references is appropriate and their selection is
Conduct (Responsibilty of Authors)
It must avoid commercialism and plagiarism, and must
not have been published previously.
- There are no commercial references.
- There are no instances of plagiarism.
- Ideas and materials of others are correctly attributed.
- Substantial portions of the data or study should not have
been previously published.
All peer review is now based on the above criterion for all
Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology
- System & Software
- Genomics & Bioinformatics
- Software Process and
- Software Testing &
- Computing Languages & Algorithms
- Computer Networks & Communications
- Control Systems & Engineering