About the Journal
Welcome to Research Briefs on Information & Communication Technology Evolution(ReBICTE)!
Note: There is no APC to submit/publish in this journal.
The primary purpose of ReBICTE is to provide a fast and effective way for the dissemination of original research findings and advanced development results of interest in all areas of Information and Communication.
As an open access peer-reviewed journal, ReBICTE allows all papers to be published as soon as they are ready as well as freely downloadable here.
Research Briefs on Information & Communication Technology Evolution (ReBICTE) is a peer reviewed and online journal.
ReBICTE publishes original and high-quality contributions including
regular papers, short papers, tutorials, book reviews, surveys, and mini-book.
ReBICTE aims to serve as a landmark forum for researchers, professionals, and industrial practitioners on all topics related to Information and Communication Technology, and some of the topics that we mainly look for are as follows:
- Information theory/coding
- Information/IT/network security, standards, applications
- Internet/web based systems/products
- Data mining/warehousing
- Network planning, design, administration
- Sensor/ad hoc networks
- Human-computer intelligent interaction, AI
- Computational linguistics, digital speech
- Distributed/cooperative media
- Interactive communication media/content
- Social interaction, mobile communications
- Signal representation/processing, image processing
- Virtual reality, cyber law, e-governance
- Microprocessor interfacing, hardware design
- Control of industrial processes, ERP/CRM/SCM
Drawing together the most advanced work upon the social, economic, and cultural impact of the emerging properties of the new information and communications technologies, this journal positions itself at the centre of contemporary debates about the information age. ReBICTE transcends cultural and geographical boundaries as it explores a diverse range of issues relating to the development and application of information and communications technologies (ICTs), asking such questions as:
- What are the new and evolving forms of social software? What direction will these forms take?
- ICTs facilitating globalization and how might this affect conceptions of local identity, ethnic differences, and regional sub-cultures
- Are ICTs leading to an age of electronic surveillance and social control? What are the implications for policing criminal activity, citizen privacy and public expression?
- How are ICTs affecting daily life and social structures such as the family, work and organization, commerce and business, education, health care, and leisure activities?
- To what extent do the virtual worlds constructed using ICTs impact on the construction of objects, spaces, and entities in the material world
ReBICTE analyses such questions from a global, interdisciplinary perspective in contributions of the very highest quality from scholars and practitioners in the social sciences, gender and cultural studies, communication and media studies, as well as in the information and computer sciences.