About the Journal
Focus and Scope
The Journal seeks to: (1) offer an interdisciplinary environment for the dissemination of the research carried out in the areas of theoretical and applied informatics; (2) ensure that the results of science are rapidly disseminated to the public throughout the world; (3) Efficiently and promptly publish significant advances in Computer Science.
Contribute to the advancement of knowledge in theoretical and applied informatics by the publication of works that show state of the art and trends of the areas.
Frequency and Scope
RITA has a regular semiannual periodicity. Numbers and Special Sections are also published seeking to contribute to the dissemination of selected works in scientific events. Its scope is the Ibero-Latin American community, with subjects accepted in Portuguese, Spanish and English.
Focus Areas and Topics of Interest
RITA publishes works covering the following research fields: Bioinformatics; High-Performance Computing; Computational Graphics; Software Engineering; Computer Fundamentals and Formal Methods; Computer Science in Medicine; Artificial intelligence; Microelectronics, Integrated Circuits Design; Computational Nanotechnology and Nanocomputing; Optimization; Computer Networks; Robotics; Information Systems and Embedded Systems.
Peer Review Process
Manuscripts submitted to RITA are pre-reviewed by members of the journal’s editorial board, and according to the overall quality of the work it might be rejected, returned to the authors for the adequacy or submitted to ad-hoc review. Reviewers send their conclusions to the editor who emits the editorial assessment qualifying the manuscript. At this point, the document might be rejected, accepted or returned to authors for corrections. Authors must submit a new version of the article conforming to the solicited revisions in 20 days, along with a letter addressing all of the reviewer’s comments. Finally, the editor decides to approve or reject the publication at the end of the process.
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 more significant global exchange of knowledge. The Journal does not charge processing or publication fees. Publisched works are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/