Manuscripts will be reviewed by the editor-in-chief and at least three reviewers or consultants with expertise within the scope of the article. The publisher reserves the right to edit accepted manuscripts to fit the space available and to ensure conciseness, clarity, and stylistic consistency, subject to the author's final approval.
Article 1 (Purpose) The regulations aim to specify the roles and duties of the editorial board (hereafter, the Board) of International Journal of Fuzzy Logic and Intelligent Systems (hereafter, the Journal) published by The Korean Institute of Intelligent Systems.
Article 2 (Duties) The duties of the Board are to conduct the editorial planning, reviewer invitations for the submitted manuscripts, management of review process, final decisions of the reviewed manuscripts, and all coordination related to publications.
Article 3 (Composition) The Board consists of one Editor-in-Chief, a few editorial members for each publication field, a statistical editor, a manuscript editor, layout editor, and a publication editor. The President of the Institute organizes the Board with the approval of the Board of the Institute.
Article 4 (Chairperson and Board Members) The Editor-in-Chief takes charge of the chairperson of the Board to steer the Board. The Deputy chair is elected among the Board members and step in for the chairperson at the time of accident. Board members are appointed at least two persons for each publication field. The Board members should be qualified in the perspective of academic career.
Article 5 (Term of office) The term of office will be two year in the first instance, subject to review by the Board of the Institute.
Article 6 (Publication Fields) The publication fields are categorized into
1) Computational Intelligence
2) Control, Instrumentation and Robotics
3) Signal Processing and Multimedia
4) Intelligent Information Processing
5) Learning and Smart Systems
6) Fuzzy Theory
Article 7 (Board Meeting) The quorum of the Board is more than half of the all members including proxy. Votes for a scheme are resolved by the majority agreement. The tie in votes is resolved by the chairperson.
Article 8 (Reviewer) The submitted manuscripts are reviewed by three experts on the designed field. In case of revision, the reviewers examine the revised manuscript up to second times.
Article 9 (Review Process) The submitted manuscripts go on the following review process.
Article 10 (Review Criteria)
(1) The reviewer's recommendations are one of the following 4 categories: Accept, Minor Revision, Major Revision, Reject
(2) The submitted manuscripts are evaluated in the perspective of originality, importance, clarity, organization, and expressions.
(3) All reviewers' comments are reported to the author(s).
Article 11 (Acceptance) More than 2 reviewers acceptance recommendations are required for acceptance decision. The final decision is made by the charged Editor and Editor-in-Chief.
Article 12 (Publication) The Journal is published quarterly. The issue date is the 25th of March, June, September, and December.
1. The regulations are enacted on January 1, 2000. (Enactment)
2. The regulations are revised on January 1, 2012. (Revision)
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Flow chart of the PSO.|@|~(^,^)~|@|
Comparison of (a) sensitivity, (b) specificity, (c) false positive, and (d) false negative.