For Authors

Thank you for considering the Journal of Intelligent Systems and applied data science (JISADS) as the platform to publish your research. To ensure a smooth submission and review process, we kindly ask you to adhere to the following instructions and guidelines:

1. Manuscript Types:

The JISADS welcomes the following types of manuscripts:

Original Research Articles: Empirical studies or theoretical analyses of a specific technology, innovation, or management topic.

Review Articles: Comprehensive, critical, and up-to-date overviews of a specific area within the journal's scope.

Case Studies: In-depth analyses of real-world examples showcasing technology, innovation, or management practices.

Short Communications: Brief reports on preliminary research findings or novel ideas.

Letters to the Editor: Comments, critiques, or suggestions related to previously published articles in the journal.

Book Reviews: Evaluations of recently published books relevant to the journal's scope.

2. Manuscript Preparation:

Please prepare your manuscript using the following guidelines (sample format available to download):

Language: Manuscripts must be written in clear, concise, and grammatically correct English.

File Format: Submit your manuscript as a Microsoft Word document (.doc or .docx).

Font: Use Times New Roman, 12-point font, and double-space the document.

Page Layout: Use A4 paper size with 1-inch margins on all sides.

Page Numbering: Number all pages consecutively, starting with the title page.

Word Limit: Original research articles should not exceed 8,000 words, and review articles should not exceed 15,000, including references, tables, and figures. For other manuscript types, please consult the specific guidelines provided.

3. Manuscript Structure:

Organize your manuscript in the following order (not limited to):

Title Page: Include the manuscript title, author names, affiliations, and contact information for the corresponding author.

Abstract: Provide a concise (250 words max.) and informative abstract summarizing your study's main findings and conclusions.

Keywords: List 4-6 keywords for indexing purposes.

Introduction: Introduce the background, context, research question, and objectives of your study.

Literature Review (if applicable): Review relevant literature to contextualize your research.

Methods: Describe the research design, data collection, and data analysis procedures used in your study.

Results: Present your findings in a clear and logical manner, using tables and figures as necessary.

Discussion: Interpret your results, highlight their implications, and relate them to the existing literature.

Conclusion: Summarize the main findings, discuss their implications, and suggest directions for future research.

Acknowledgements (if applicable): Acknowledge any funding sources, assistance, or support received during your research.

Conflict of Interest Statement: Disclose any conflicts of interest or potential conflicts of interest.

References: List all cited works using the JISADS citation style (see Section 4 below)

4. Citation Style:

The JISADS uses the APA (American Psychological Association) citation style. Please ensure that all in-text citations and reference list entries adhere to this format. For more information on APA citation style, visit the official APA Style website.

5. Figures and Tables:

Number figures and tables consecutively as they appear in the text.

Provide a descriptive caption for each figure and table.

Embed figures and tables in the appropriate location within the manuscript.

Ensure that all figures and tables are of high quality and resolution.

6. Submission Process:

Submit your manuscript through JISADS's online submission system. You must create an account if you do not already have one. Follow the prompts to upload your manuscript and any supplementary files.

7. Call For Paper

All communications regarding your manuscript submission, along with the Copyright Form, MUST be made through the journal submission system. For non-regular or emergency issues, kindly contact:

8. Article Processing Charges (APC)

Important Note: We would like to inform our authors that there will be no Article Processing Charges (APC) applicable for the years 2023 and 2024. All submitted articles will undergo the standard review process and, if accepted, will be published without any publication fees.

We believe in the principle of open access, and therefore, all articles published in our journals are made freely available online immediately upon publication. However, we require an article-processing charge (APC) to cover the costs of publishing services that we provide to authors. These services include online tools for editors and authors, article production and hosting, liaising with abstracting and indexing services, and customer support.

Once your manuscript is editorially accepted, the APC will be charged to you or your funder, institution, or employer before publication. We understand that not everyone can afford the APC, and we offer a waiver or a reduction of the APC in certain circumstances. Our APCs align with industry standards, and we strive to keep them as affordable as possible to encourage open access to research.

We believe open access to scientific research is vital for advancing knowledge and global progress. By making research freely available to everyone, we hope to increase the accessibility and impact of scientific discoveries and facilitate collaboration among researchers worldwide.

After a manuscript has been accepted for publication and the author has been notified of the acceptance, the author or the author's organization should buy an APC of 350 euros within 2 weeks of acceptance notification.

The previous charge is for the number of pages beyond the standard length of (12) pages. In the final accepted paper (sent by the authors), the 13th page and above will incur an excess page charge, currently 35 euros per page.

The authors will make the publication choice after they are notified of the acceptance of the submission for the publication. Therefore, it will have no effect on the peer-review process or acceptance of the submission.