Emphasis is made on rapid publishing of articles covering theory, methodology and practical applications.

While the emphasis is on the publication of original research papers, position papers expressing stimulating viewpoints and philosophies, survey papers, and bibliographies are also published.

Submitted papers are evaluated by the editors and those judged as presenting potentially significant research contributions within the Scope of the journal are formally reviewed. Suitability for publication is based on relevance to the overall International Journal for Computational Vision and Biomechanics (IJCV&B) editorial goals, originality, technical quality, importance and readability.

Once a paper is accepted, authors are assumed to cede copyrights of the paper over to the publisher.

There are two different issues: regular issues and special issues. The regular issues publish collections of papers without special solicitation. The special issues have specifically aimed and targeted topics of interest contributed by authors responding to a particular Call-for-Papers.

Regular papers can submitted at any time, while special issue papers can be submitted only based on planned schedules and submission guidelines of the Call-for-Papers. Proposals for special issues can be submitted directly to the Editors-in-chief of IJCV&B.

All submitted manuscripts are review by at least three members of the Editorial Board of IJCV&B.

Instructions for manuscripts:

  • manuscripts should be sent by email directly to the Editors-in-chief of IJCV&B in Adobe Acrobat Format (pdf);

  • 15 to 30 A4 pages in one column double spaced should be considered;

  • the manuscript must provide authors’ names, affiliation and emails, and should include a title, a abstract and main keywords;

  • authors are free to suggest three names of the Editorial Board of IJCV&B for the review process.