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Call for submission. This editorial introduces the second issue of 2018 for Embedded Selforganising Systems (ESS) journal. The focus of this issue is Robotics and Embedded Systems.
Our journal uses electronic publication, which provides a flexible way to submit and review contributions of authors from all of countries. The advantages of such an e-journal are multifarious. In comparison to traditional paper journals, we replace the classic review and creation process with a new Sliding Issue model. Each issue starts with an initial editorial and an official call for papers. The submitted articles will be reviewed and, if accepted, published as soon as the final version is received by the committee. Based on this process, each sliding issue can be filled successively until the maximum number of article is reached. During this period, all accepted papers can, already be read by other researchers while other papers are still in the reviewing process. Accordingly, the time to publish shrinks to a minimum. In addition, multiple issues with different focus can co-exist at the same time, which provides completely new possibilities to react on latest research topics. The journal allows also the integration of discussions and other reactions on published articles in the same journal issue.
We are looking for fresh ideas, on-going research technical reports and novel scientific works. We also intend to create a promising platform for creative and constructive discussions.
The Journal of Embedded Selforganising Systems is an online, multi-media, academic journal that adheres to the highest standards of peer review and engages established and emerging scholars from anywhere in the world. The Journal of Embedded Selforganising Systems is an interdisciplinary journal that, while centered in computer engineering, is open and welcoming to contributions from the many disciplines and approaches that meet at the crossroads that is embedded system study.
This peer-reviewed journal aims to be a high quality scientific publication that will be of interest to researchers in all disciplines involved in embedded systems. The journal will be published electronically with free and open access via the internet. We aim for a fast review and publication process, so that papers could be published fast.
We take advantage of the greater exiblity and agility an e-journal can provide in comparison to the traditional print journal: Instead imitating the classical creation process of a journal with fix issuses we use the "sliding issue" model. Each issue of the Embedded Selforganising System Journal starts with an editorial that also serves as a kind of call contributions. Any contribution that is reviewed and accepted will be published as soon as the final version is received by the editorial board. In this way, an issue is "growing"until the editors decide to close it. With other words, you can already read articles while other articles are still in the process of preparation. In addition, there may exist other topic-specific issues in parallel.