Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope

The scope of JUSTIN is, but is not limited to the following:

theory and information science, information systems, information security, data processing and structure, programming and computing, software engineering, informatics, computer science, computer engineering, architecture and computer networks, robotics, parallel and distributed computing, operating systems, compilers and interpreters, games, numerical methods, mobile computing, natural language processing, data mining, cognitive systems, speech processing, machine learning, artificial intelligence, expert systems, geographical information systems, computational theory, and informatics applications in various fields.


Section Policies


Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Checked Peer Reviewed

Peer Review Process

The submitted paper will be reviewed by two (2) anonymous reviewers in a blind review, to evaluate :

  • Conformity with JUSTIN's scope.
  • Clarity of research.
  • Structured grammar and writing.
  • Originality / Innovation.
  • Method approach.
  • Comparison with related research.
  • Contribution.
The editor will notify you of the results of the review as soon as possible. The accepted paper will be published after the author's statement has been received by the editor.


Publication Frequency

Volume #, No 1 (year) :
Deadline (final manuscript submission): 31 December
Published : 31 January

Volume #, No 2 (year) :
Deadline (final manuscript submission): 31 March
Published : 30 April

Volume #, No 3 (year) :
Deadline (final manuscript submission) : 30 June
Published : 31 July

Volume #, No 4 (year) :
Deadline (final manuscript submission) : 30 September
Published : 31 October


Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.



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Publication Ethics

Statement of Ethics JUSTIN's publication of the journals is based on guidelines and standards developed by the Publication Ethics Committee (COPE). Ethics JUSTIN's writings are based on honesty, which binds the ethical behavior of all parties involved in JUSTIN's publication process.

Also, the name and e-mail address entered into JUSTIN will be used exclusively by JUSTIN for purposes of JUSTIN and will not be available for other purposes.

Department of Informatics as the publisher of JUSTIN is committed so that JUSTIN can be published periodically and will assist in communicating with the Publisher/Manager/other parties if necessary to advance JUSTIN.

Chief Editor
1. Coordinate publishers, editors, and best partners to create ethical guidelines.
2. Publish journals regularly and regularly.
3. Improve the quality of JUSTIN papers.
4. Communicate with the Publisher/Manager/another party.
5. Coordinating and carrying out editorial tasks.

1. Carry out the publication process of the papers.
2. Delivering the results of reviews, corrections, opinions of reviewers who are licensed by the reviewer.
3. Ensure the quality of papers published.
4. Ensure the format of the papers published by the predetermined template.
5. Maintain the confidentiality of the writers and Reviewer related to the publication process of papers.
6. Encourage writers to improve their papers to be eligible for publication.

1. Helping the editor to decide on the paper received, by providing recommendations, criticisms, suggestions, and input on the reviewed papers.
2. Responsible for recommendations of papers reviewed.
3. Maintain confidentiality and do not use any information sourced from the text for personal / group interests.
4. It is not permissible to review the paper itself either directly or indirectly.
5. The review is carried out promptly and by the structure of the papers that have been set.

1. Deliver papers from the results of the research/thought of the author honestly, not the results of data falsification, data fabrication, duplication, and plagiarism.
2. The quotations in the paper must be shown as references.
3. Must be responsible and take risks to the contents of the papers.
4. Writing papers by the JUSTIN Template with the structure of the papers specified in the Author Guidelines.
5. Submitting the publication statement of the paper containing the approval of the publication by all authors, not plagiarism, not in the process of sending or/and being sent for publication in other journals, and willing to be responsible for the contents of the paper.

Manuscript Editor
1. Ensure the format of the paper to be published by the JUSTIN template.
2. Ensure papers metadata is by the papers to be published.
3. Make sure the papers can be published.

1. Configure the journal system and manage user accounts;
2. Registering for editors and reviewers.
3. Manage features in the journal;
4. Registering DOI Published journals and papers.