The Computer Science Journal of Moldova (CSJM) is issued three times a year by the Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova.
The journal publishes articles and short communications on: Computer System Organization, Software, Theory of Data, Theory of Computing, Computing Methodologies and Applications, Discrete Mathematics in relation to Computer Science, Operations Research and Management Science, Artificial Intelligence, and related topics. Survey papers, reviews of new monographs, abstracts of dissertations, chronicle of scientific events are also published. We welcome appeals from organizations and individuals to advertize software products.
Papers are submitted in English only.
All information contained in the paper (including cited references) should be written in the Roman alphabet.
The journal is computer-typeset. We require texts in the form of electronic manuscripts in LaTeX (.tex file) and the respective variant in .pdf format. If some specific styles are used for your paper layout, please give the respective .sty files together with the main .tex file containing the paper text. Figures should be gray-scale and in .eps format. Dimensions of figures and tables should fit the printable area of CSJM: textheight=182mm, textwidth=118mm. Keep that formulae and equations (algorithms descriptions, program texts etc) in the text do not give overfulls: break them in proper places to fit the text width. To keep these conditions it is advisable to use csjmol.sty.
The main policy is to publish papers "as-is". The authors are fully responsible for the content, presentation and global typesetting aspects of the text, figures, tables (and all attached materials). The editorial board reserves the right to review the papers.
The paper should contain the following information: fully descriptive paper title, author's name/authors' names, abstract, keywords, MSC (Mathematics Subject Classification), main body of the paper including tables and figures, appendices, complete English Language bibliographic information for all cited references, full information about affiliation and address (postal and e-mail) for each co-author. It is also recommended to provide the information on the funding source which supports the presented research.
When you prepare references list for your article, please use IEEE style described in IEEE EDITORIAL STYLE MANUAL. Editorial Board of CSJM (Ed.CSJM) recommends the authors to use section “V. EDITING REFERENCES” of this document with some additions formulated in Referencing_in_CSJM.docx. In the document these additions are marked by "(Ed.CSJM)".
The main recommendation concerns the request to provide more detailed information about reference if possible.
NOTE (Ed.CSJM): Standard abbreviations for Titles of Periodicals or Publishing Houses are accepted, but full titles are preferred. Relevant information may include: Title of Series for books (if exists), Volume of Series for books (if exists), ISSN, ISBN, Publisher for books, number of pages for books, DOI, ArXive (or other types of electronic links).
Please, write in comments before each item of bibliography, which category it refers to: Periodicals, Books, Chapters in books, Book series, Reports, Handbooks, Published Conference Proceedings, Theses (B.S., M.S.) and Dissertations (Ph.D.), Standards, On-Line Sources (Books, Monographs, Periodicals, Papers Presented at Conferences, Reports and Handbooks, Government Documents, Patents, Manuals/Software) etc.
If some reference is originally published in language other than English, please provide additionally respective titles (of articles, journals and books) in original language and write the language in round brackets. Examples are provided below and in CSJM template in respective subsections. Information in original language will not appear in CSJM (in .tex-file it should be commented). It is needed for metadata which should be provided by editorial board of CSJM to international DBs where the journal CSJM is indexed or abstracted.
You can use BibTeX system to manage your bibliography. In such case you should take IEEE style (use IEEEtran.bst in your LaTeX files).