General Guideline for Authors
IJCCI 2019 invites submissions of substantial, original, and previously unpublished research works on neural networks, evolutionary algorithms, fuzzy systems, machine learning and optimization. The Conference is focused to discuss the state-of-the-art developments, research challenges and unsolved open problems in the field of Computational Intelligence to beginners as well as to professionals. It will also provide a platform for students, scientists and faculty members to involve, interact, present and get reflections on their research. The official language of the Conference is English.
- Papers should be in English.
- Regular papers should be 12 pages in length. Extra pages (i.e. above 12 pages) will be accepted with a nominal charge mentioned in the website.
- Previously published work may not be submitted, nor may the work be concurrently submitted to any other conference or journal. Such papers will be rejected without review.
- Papers must be formatted using the SPRINGER Author’s Kit. Detailed instructions and templates are available here.
- All papers must be submitted online via easychair submission portal (link available in the conference website).
- All submissions will be thoroughly peer-reviewed by experts based on originality, significance and clarity.
- Presentation through Skype may be allowed subject to the prior intimation.
- The paper prior to submission should be checked for plagiarism from licensed plagiarism software like Turnitin/iAuthenticate, etc. The similarity content should not exceed 20% and not more than 4% from any single source (in any case either self- contents or others). Further, you have to strictly implement the following ethical guidelines for publication:
- Any form of self-plagiarism or plagiarism from others' work(s) should not be there in an article.
- If any model / concept / figure / table / data / conclusive comment by any previously published work is used in your article, you should properly cite a reference to the original work.
- Also, language of explaining it should not be same as language of the work from which you have adopted it.
- If you are using any copyrighted material, you should acquire prior permission from the copyright holder.