The Mediterranean Journal of Computers and Networks covers - but not limited to:
Computer organizations and architectures; Operating systems and software systems; Real-time and embedded systems; Digital devices and computer components; Testing methods and tools, performance, fault tolerance, reliability,and security; Interconnection networks, communication network architecture & protocols; Network services and applications, Network security and privacy; Network operation and management; Computer communications (LANs and WANs), and optical networks; Discrete algorithms and discrete modelling; Case studies, experimental and theoretical evaluations; Concurrent, parallel and distributed processing; Image and voice processing; Real time processing; Evaluative computation; Artificial intelligence; Soft Computing; Intelligent Agents ; Wireless communicationand networks; Optical networks; Evaluative computation and algorithms; Mobile computing; Data Mining and Data Warehousing; Object Oriented Analysis and Design; Computer Graphics and Animation; Computer-aided education; Software Architecture; and many more...
Papers may be from the following categories:
Design: Present a complete "how-to" guide. Connect design procedures to first principles. Explicitly state necessary heuristics and limits of applicability. Provide evidence that the procedures are practicable.
Analysis: Clearly develop a fundamental, theoretical analysis of a practice-relevant issue. Explicitly state implications and recommendations for its application. Provide credible examples.
Application: Present the results of new (or under-utilized) techniques or novel applications. Provide a complete description of results, including pilot- or plant-scale experimental data, and a revelation of heuristics and shortcomings.