ECTI Transactions on Computer, and Information Technology (ECTI-CIT)
The ECTI Transactions on Electrical Engineering, Electronics, Computer, Telecommunication, and Information Technology (ECTI-CIT Trans) indexed by Scopus, ACI, and TCI, announces a forthcoming issue that will be published in November 2020.
The objective of this issue is to solicit new theories and applications in the fields of
- Algorithm and Complexity (Alg),
- Computer Architecture and Systems (CS),
- Computer Networks and Distributed Computing (CN),
- Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AI),
- Computer Vision and Digital Media (CV),
- Software Systems (SS) and
- Information Technology and Emerging Areas in CIT (IT).
Authors are requested to prepare a manuscript in portable document format (PDF) file. The length of the paper should be at least 8 pages. This issue will accept only papers by electronic submission. Prospective authors are requested to follow carefully the submission process described at:
Paper submission deadline: June 1, 2020 First notification: August 15, 2020 Final notification: September 15, 2020 Final camera-ready deadline: September 30, 2020
Aim and Scope: Lately, automotive manufacturers and researchers tries to develop a path forward that is approachable for self-driving cars. Due to economic, technological and infrastructural challenges, the recent research activities that was put forward to materialize the self-driving cars are face with the quick advances in technologies, today vs tomorrow – as technologies evolve, too quickly. There are several critical technologies behind the self-driving car initiatives, such as AI, safety and security, cameras, network infrastructure, and the sensor technologies radar and lidar, or laser-light radar. As self-driving technologies continues to progress, this sessions calls for papers which could showcase recent prototype developed with on-the-road testing, and also discussion on the standardization activities of ISO, IEEE, and SAE toward these efforts.
1. Connected Car Technology
2. Teen Driving Technology
3. Car Tracking System
4. Adaptive Driving Technology
5. Advanced driver-assistance systems, including those for 360-Degree Camera
6. Standardization (activities/development) in 1-5
We are pleased to announce that ECTI-CIT has now been accepted for inclusion in the Scopus database. All aspects of the journal have been improved with helps, suggestions and supervision from the TCI-TRF-SCOPUS collaboration project.