China Communications (Chinacom) is looking for innovative technical papers and academic thesis pertinent to Information and Communications Technologies sectors (ICTs). Major columns include: Industry Focus, Feature Topics, Review Papers, Industry Dynamics, etc.. The subjects covered by Chinacom include the communications theory and techniques, communications systems and networks, the state-of-the-art and practical applications, communications development policies, standards, and management. Theoretical research papers and academic thesis presenting new techniques, concepts, or analyses, and applied contributions reporting on experiences and experiments are welcome. Innovative papers pertinent to ICTs such as best practices and solutions, lessons learned, and case studies are also welcome.
Manuscripts submitted for publication in Chinacom should normally be original work submitted exclusively to the journal, not previously published, nor under consideration for publication elsewhere (including the translation versions in any other languages). Authors submitting manuscripts for review and publication to Chinacom should be aware of the general publication policy and any other possible illegalities. It is the policy of Chinacom to decline the submission immediately and certain public criticism will follow when there is any unacceptable author conduct.
Articles should be tutorial in nature and should be written in a style comprehensible to readers outside the specialty of the article. All papers should be submitted as Microsoft Word files through ScholarOne Manuscripts Central. Please register or login at https://mc03.manuscriptcentral.com/chinacomm
, then go to the author center and follow the instructions there. Each submission must be accompanied by the following information:
1) an abstract of about 150words
2) 3 or more key words
3) sequentially numbered references. The basic reference format is:
[#] LEE W, BRYANT S, MIILER H M, et al. Mining Data Correlation from Multi-Faceted Sensor Data in Internet of Things[J]. China Communications, 2011, 8(1): 132-138.
4) a complete list of authors and their affiliations
5) brief biography of authors (no more than 75words) with high-resolution photographs
6) no more than 20 mathematical formulas, accomplished by up to 10 figures and/or tables.
Please also bear in mind that every manuscript must be submitted in two separate .doc files:
1) Main document (including paper title, abstract, key words, full text
2) Title page (including paper title and any info related with the authors identification