Malaysian Journal of Computing and Applied Mathematics (MyJCAM, ISSN: 2636-9397/E-ISSN: 2636-9400) is an international academic journal providing platform for researchers in the areas of computing and applied mathematics to disseminate original, unpublished scientific and cutting-edge research findings and discoveries to the wide audience.
MyJCAM, a bi-yearly journal publishing articles in the months of June and December managed by UniSZA Press. All issues are available online, articles are open-access to the outside world.
MyJCAM is a scholarly peer-reviewed journal that published high quality research papers, review articles, and short communications in all areas of computing and applied mathematics, but not limited to:
Computing: Theoretical Computer Science, Mobile & Wireless Networks, Information Security, Scientific Computing, Decision Support System, Parallel & Distributed Computing, High Performance Computing, Robotics & Autonomous, Internet of Things (IoT), Embedded & Intelligent Systems, Image Processing & Pattern Recognition, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Communication & Networking, Computer Graphics & Visualisation, Computer Vision, Fuzzy Systems & Soft Computing, Information System, Information Technology, Software Engineering, Big Data Analytics.
Applied Mathematics: Complex & Numerical Analysis, Group Theory & Game Theory, Computational Mathematics, Mathematical Programming, Applied Probability & Statistics, Stochastic Analysis, Operational Research & Optimization.
MyJCAM accepts submission all year round. Each article is subject to a confidential, fair and thorough double blind peer-reviewed process handled by the editor. After successful preliminary screening, an article will go through the process of reviewing which is estimated to take around 3 to 6 months, with reviewers selected from a pool of independent, anonymous and impactful researchers based on their expertise and excellent track record. Authors are welcome to contribute their articles by submitting online. Please note that, the journal imposes a strict policy on falsification, fabrication, and plagiarism.