Details：SCIENCE CHINA Information Sciences (Sci China Inf Sci), cosponsored by the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the National Natural Science Foundation of China, and published by Science China Press, is committed to pub-lishing high-quality, original results of both basic and applied research in all areas of information sciences, including computer science and technology; control science and engineering; information and communication engineering; microelectronics and solid state electronics, etc. Sci China Inf Sci is published monthly in both print and electronic forms. It is indexed by Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE), Engineering Index (EI), Journal Citation Reports/Science Edition (JCR), Aca-demic OneFile, Astrophysics Data System (ADS), CSA, Cabells, Current Contents/Engineering, Computing and Technology, DBLP, Digital Mathematics Registry, Earthquake Engineering Abstracts, Engineered Materials Abstracts, Gale, Google, INSPEC, Mathematical Reviews, OCLC, ProQuest, SCOPUS, Summon by Serial Solutions, VINITI.
Articles published in Sci China Inf Sci include:
*Review (20 printed pages on average) surveys repre-sentative results and important advances on well-identified topics, with analyses and insightful views on the states of the art and highlights on future research directions.
*Research Paper (no more than 15 printed pages) presents new and original results and significant devel-opments in all areas of information sciences for broad readership.
*MOOP (Multimedia Open Online Paper, with multime-dia materials) presents novel ideas, original research results, and significant developments in all areas of information sciences for broad readership.
*Letter (no more than 3 printed pages) addresses is-sues of general interest with opinions or technical prob-lems of research and development with solutions.
Sci China Inf Sci is now published under a brand new Continuous Article Publishing (CAP) workflow. That is, articles are published directly on line, together with complete publishing information concerning page, issue, volume and DOI.