Circulation in Computer Science (CCS Archive) is an international, peer reviewed, open access journal, publishing high-quality original articles on all aspects of computer science. CCS is published by the CSL Press, NY, USA. The primary objective of the journal is to publish cutting-edge research papers with crucial interdisciplinary flavor of the field by including articles that address the key topics from the differing perspectives of computer science. The secondary objective of this journal is to widen the major technical advances of broad general interest.
CCS Archive aims to foster the synergistic integration of diverse areas in the field of computer science, such as human-computer interaction, software engineering, vision, artificial and computational intelligence etc. The journal Circulation in Computer Science bridges the gap between theory and practice and serves to stimulate interaction between researchers, engineers, and practitioners from academia, industry, and government.
CCS Archive is an Open Access journal. Open access papers receive high visibility, with content remaining permanently and freely available for all to read, use, and cite.
CCS Archive welcomes academics, researchers and engineers to discuss innovative ideas, investigate relevant issues, explore new approaches, and initiate potential research and system development. Original research papers, short reviews and surveys are considered. The journal will also consider the submission of research on novel/hypothetical topics. Please see the topics covered by the journal for further information.
All papers will be refereed by acknowledged experts in the field with accordance to CCS Archive's Peer-Review structure, and may be (a) accepted without change, (b) require amendment and subsequent re-refereeing, or (c) be rejected on the grounds of either relevance or content.
The submission of a paper implies that, if accepted for publication, it will not be published elsewhere in the same form, in any language, without the prior consent of the Publisher.
CCS Archive has an international Editorial Board with expertise across different branches of computer science.Contact us