Call for IPSI Transactions Special Issues in 2005/6; c/ba - SGI

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  1. Call for IPSI Transactions Special Issues in 2005/6; c/ba

    Dear potential Speaker:

    We are pleased to inform you that both IPSI Transactions journals are planing some special issues in late 2005 and early 2006, and you are welcome to submit your paper(s), until the deadlines listed below!

    IPSI Transactions on Internet Research:

    March 31, 2005 -
    Special Issue on E-Education: Concepts and Infrastructure

    June 30, 2005 -
    Special Issue on E-Business: Concepts and Infrastructure


    IPSI Transactions on Advanced Research:

    March 31, 2005 -
    Special Issue on the Research with Multidisciplinary Elements

    June 30, 2005 -
    Special Issue on the Research with Interdisciplinary Elements

    Each submitted paper first undergoes the editor review, and those who pass this first stage are sent to 12 external experts for a rigorous review; decisions are made after at least 6 external reviewers respond! The review is free of charge, but the authors of the accepted papers ar expected to pay the publication fee of E400 per paper (if 4 or 5 or 6 pages of the TIR/TAR format), and the additional fee of E100 per page, for each extra page, till the maximum of 10 pages.

    Rigorous reviewing is the major strength of IPSI journals, which is the major contributor to their high quality! Soft copies of the existing issues of TIR and TAR can be seen at the web, and hard copies can be obtained on a special request by email, as indicated on the web, where can find all information!

    Sincerely yours,

    Prof. Dr. Veljko Milutinovic, Editor-in-Chief

    P.S. If you need aditional information, please reply to this e-mail.

  2. Re: Call for IPSI Transactions Special Issues in 2005/6; c/ba

    In article ,
    IPSI Transactions Special Issues wrote:
    ear potential Speaker:

    Anyone who was interested by the message posted might also
    be interested in searching for the Editor-in-Chief's
    name in previous Usenet postings, and may wish to carefully
    evaluate the material that has appeared in
    news.announce.net-abuse.* .

    I am not qualified to evaluate the scientific value of
    ISPI papers.

    [Or then again, perhaps I am, considering that the good Doctor has
    "personally" invited me the conferences at least 7 times.
    Apparently I'm a "prominent person" in some field of science
    or other. Regrettably, the Doctor hasn't had time yet to
    answer my question as to -which- field that is...]

  3. Re: Call for IPSI Transactions Special Issues in 2005/6; c/ba

    In article ,
    Walter Roberson wrote:
    >I am not qualified to evaluate the scientific value of
    >ISPI papers.
    >
    >[Or then again, perhaps I am, considering that the good Doctor has
    >"personally" invited me the conferences at least 7 times.


    I can't figure out what the story is with this "IPSI". I also get a
    bunch of invitations, but I assumed that is because I have a couple of
    papers in IEEE and ACM conferences.

    The large amount of email publicity and extremely vague
    "interdisciplinary" focus is unusual, to say the least. On the other
    hand, they seem to publish some real content: one really interesting
    paper on Arabic text segmentation that came up in a recent Web search
    was from the proceedings of an IPSI conference. What is the story
    here?


    Mike

    ObSGI: my root user's 4dwm desktop menu has disappeared. Why, and how
    do I make it come back?

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