The International Conference on Information
The International Conference on Information is a forum for researchers, engineers and practitioners to share their knowledge in the field of information technology. It is a place where IT professionals stretch across narrowly defined subject areas and acquire a global technical and social perspective.
It is a platform that brings together people from diverse backgrounds and cultures to share their research results, projects, surveys, and industrial experiences in the field of computer science and information technology. It is one of the most important conferences in the world in this field and aims to provide an open forum for academics, students and industry professionals to discuss their latest research developments and achievements.
Authors are invited to submit high quality papers that describe significant advances in the fields of computing and information systems. The papers are to be submitted in the form of full-length (nominal length of 10) original research articles. They are not to be published in any other journal before ICITA 2022. They are to be prepared according to the standard formatting specifications of ICCV and are expected to meet the following criteria:
Paper Matching System
During the submission and review process, the paper is processed by the Toronto system to match it to the best possible area chairs and reviewers. This process is extremely accurate. In addition, papers are sent to reviewers who specialize in the area of the paper and who may have expertise in the specific topic. This is the primary means of ensuring that the paper meets the needs and requirements of the ICCV community.
The ICCV review process is double blind. This means that the area chairs and reviewers do not know the names of the authors, nor do they know the supplemental material and acknowledgments (i.e., grant IDs, etc.) that the authors provide with their papers. This is the best way to ensure that the quality of the papers is not compromised and that the best papers are given a fair chance for success.
Plagiarism: The ICCV 2023 reviewing process is highly sensitive to plagiarism. It is against the ICCV policy to accept a paper that contains a substantial amount of plagiarized material, regardless of the author’s claim that the material is their own. The ICCV organizers will refer such cases to the IEEE Intellectual Property office. The IEEE has an established mechanism for dealing with plagiarism and wide powers of excluding offending authors from future conferences and IEEE journals.
Special Sessions: ICIST 2022 will also feature special sessions that will be organized by recognized experts within the technical scope of the conference. These special sessions are to be peer-reviewed with the same criteria as the contributed papers.
Attendance responsibilities: The author agrees to participate at the conference and present the paper if it is accepted. In addition, the author must abide by all ICCV 2022 ethics and conference policies.
Papers with Substantial Overlap: If a paper has more than 20 percent overlap with previously or concurrently submitted papers, the authors must inform the ICIST organizers in writing about this. The ICIST organizers will then decide whether to include the paper in the proceedings or not.