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your interesting published article “An introduction to the special issue “

Posted in Books, University life with tags , , , , , on April 1, 2019 by xi'an

In the flow of unsolicited emails interested in publishing my work, a contender for the top call is this one as of today from Computer Communication & Collaboration that cites my foreword to the special issue of Statistics & Computing published out of the talks at MCMski IV in Chamonix. In 2014. (According to the above site, the publisher of the journal, Better Advances Press, does not meet most of its criteria and identified as predatory by Beall’s List, as of January 3, 2017.)

Your interesting published article “An introduction to the special issue “Joint IMS-ISBA meeting – MCMSki 4″” drives me to call for new papers, on behalf of Computer Communication & Collaboration, which is an English quarterly journal in Canada.

This peer-reviewed journal focuses on smart internet and it welcomes papers on general theories of computer science, data communications, multimedia, social network, machine learning, data mining, intelligent collaboration and other relevant topics, both theoretical and empirical.

All papers should be written in professional English. The length of 2000-6000 words is suggested. We accept papers in MS-word or PDF format.

If your paper is qualified for publication after refereeing, it will be published within 2-4 months from the date of submission.

Thank you for your consideration.

Arnoldo and Eva are out of the office

Posted in University life with tags , , , , on July 18, 2011 by xi'an

Due to a wrong calibration of the ISBA email announcing the publication of the latest ISBA Bulletin, the whole ISBA membership is now getting the automated email responses of those ISBA members (like Arnoldo and Eva!) who are away from their mail (“I am out of the office until…“). Worse, each one of those automated responses is inducing a further cascade of automated responses from the other ISBA members who are away from their mail..! Will it ever stop? cause the Internet to stop by noon today? bring the World to an early end?! (I am actually surprised that the computer systems do not recognise those “away from” messages and do not prevent them from bouncing happily back and forth between Indianapolis and Oslo and… I am also glad very few members chose to activate this option on their mailing system! Otherwise we would have already reached hundreds of emails instead of “just” a few dozens.)