Fundamenta Informaticae

Annales Societatis Mathematicae Polonae Published under the Auspices of the European Association for Theoretical Computer Science, EATCS

Impact Factor
2022
1.166
CiteScore
2022
3.1

Volume

185-191, 28 issues

Latest issue

187:2-4 online 21 October 2022

Next issue

188:1 scheduled for November 2022

Back volumes

From volume 1, 1977

ISSN print

0169-2968

ISSN online

1875-8681

Aims & Scope

Fundamenta Informaticae is an international journal publishing original research results in all areas of theoretical computer science. Papers are encouraged contributing:

  • solutions by mathematical methods of problems emerging in computer science
  • solutions of mathematical problems inspired by computer science.

Topics of interest include (but are not restricted to):

theory of computing,
complexity theory,
algorithms and data structures,
computational aspects of combinatorics and graph theory,
programming language theory,
theoretical aspects of programming languages,
computer-aided verification,
computer science logic,
database theory,
logic programming,
automated deduction,
formal languages and automata theory,
concurrency and distributed computing,
cryptography and security,
theoretical issues in artificial intelligence,
machine learning,
pattern recognition,
algorithmic game theory,
bioinformatics and computational biology,
quantum computing,
probabilistic methods,
algebraic and categorical methods.

Editorial Board

Editor-in-Chief

Damian Niwinski
Institute of Informatics
Warsaw University

ul. Banacha 2, Poland
E-mail: niwinski@mimuw.edu.pl

Managing Editors

Bartek Klin
University of Warsaw
Poland

Sławomir Lasota
University of Warsaw
Poland

Founding Editor

H.Rasiowa †

Honorary Editors

Andrzej Ehrenfeucht
University of Colorado
Boulder, USA

Juris Hartmanis
Cornell University
USA

Richard M. Karp
University of
California

Berkeley, USA

Solomon Marcus †
Romanian Academy
Romania

Antoni Mazurkiewicz
Polish Academy of Sciences
Poland

Carl Petri †
Germany

Grzegorz Rozenberg
Leiden University
The Netherlands

Arto Salomaa
Turku Centre for Computer Science
Finland

Andrzej Skowron
University of Warsaw
Poland

Stephen Smale
University of California
Berkeley, USA

Boris A. Trakhtenbrot †
Tel Aviv University
Israel

Lotfi A. Zadeh †
University of California
Berkeley, USA

Editorial Board

Thorsten Altenkirch, University of Nottingham, UK
Radim Belohlavek, Palacky University, Olomouc, Czech Republic
Salem Benferhat, University of Artois, France
Cristian S. Calude, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Witold Charatonik, University of Wroclaw, Poland
Bogdan S. Chlebus, University of Colorado Denver, USA
Stephane Demri, LSV, CNRS & ENS de Cachan, France
Thomas Eiter, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Edith Elkind, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Piotr Faliszewski, AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland
Pierre Fraigniaud, CNRS and University Paris Diderot, France
Anna Gambin, University of Warsaw, Poland
Jarosław Grytczuk, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
Jerzy Grzymala-Busse, University of Kansas, USA
Irene Guessarian, Pierre and Marie Curie University, Paris, France
Colin de la Higuera, University of Nantes, France
Mika Hirvensalo, University of Turku, Finland
Ryszard Janicki, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada
Szymon Jaroszewicz, Polish Academy of Science, Warsaw, Poland
Antoine Joux, Sorbonne University, France
Jarkko Kari, University of Turku, Finland
Łukasz Kaiser, Google Brain, USA
Aleks Kissinger, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Ralf Klasing, University of Bordeaux, France
H.C.M. Kleijn, Leiden University, Netherlands
Marek Klonowski, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland
Christian Komusiewicz, Marburg University, Germany
Antonin Kučera, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic
Marta Kwiatkowska, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Thierry Lecroq, University of Rouen Normandy, France
Zbigniew Lonc, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
Johann Makowsky, Technion, Haifa, Israel
Gianluca De Marco, University of Salerno, Italy
Victor W. Marek, University of Kentucky, USA
Ugo Montanari, University of Pisa, Italy
Hung Son Nguyen, University of Warsaw, Poland
Joachim Niehren, INRIA, Lille, France
Wojciech Penczek, Polish Academy of Science, Poland
Mario Pérez-Jiménez, University of Seville, Spain
Josef Pieprzyk, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia
Igor Potapov, Liverpool University, United Kingdom
Maurizio Proietti, National Research Council,  Italy
Alexander Rabinovich, University of Tel Aviv, Israel
Zbigniew W. Raś, University of North Carolina , USA

Daniel Simson †, Poland
Jerzy Tiuryn, University of Warsaw, Poland
Paolo Torroni, University of Bologna, Italy
Jan Van den Bussche, Universiteit Hasselt, Belgium
Vinodchandran Variyam, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA
Bartosz Walczak, Jagiellonian University, Poland
Igor Walukiewicz, University of Bordeaux, France

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Fundamenta Informaticae is a peer-reviewed journal. All articles submitted to the journal undergo a single blind peer review process. This means that the identity of the authors is known with the reviewers but the identity of the reviewers is not communicated to the authors. Please visit our reviewer guidelines for further information about how to conduct a review.

All submitted manuscripts are subject to initial appraisal by the Editor-in-Chief, and, if found suitable for further consideration, to rigorous peer-review by independent, anonymous expert referees. Reasons to reject a paper in the pre-screening process could for example be because the work does not fall within the aims and scope, the writing is of poor quality, the instructions to authors were not followed or the presented work is not novel. Important: all articles not created using the journal style templates for LaTeX or MS Word (see author instructions) are desk rejected.

Papers deemed suitable to be reviewed will be assigned a handling editor. The handling editor will then invite reviewers to comment on the work. Typically decisions are based on three reviews, in some circumstances a minimum of two reviews may be deemed sufficient to make a decision on a paper. The Editor-in-Chief strive to ensure a typical turnaround time of 6 months.

Reviewers are asked to judge a paper on at least:

  • Originality, novelty and significance of results
  • Technical quality of work
  • Comprehensibility and presentation of the paper
  • Overall impression
  • Based on the received reviews the handling editor will propose to the Editor-in-Chief a recommendation:

  • Accept
  • Minor revisions required
  • Major revisions required
  • Revise and resubmit
  • Reject
  • They mean the following:

  • Accept: The manuscript is suitable for publication and only requires minor polishing; thus, no further reviews are requested.
  • Minor revisions required: The authors are required to make moderate changes to their manuscript. The manuscript becomes acceptable for publication if the changes proposed by the reviewers and editors are successfully addressed. The revised manuscript will be examined by the Editor-in-Chief and possibly sent back to all (or a selection of) reviewers for a second round of reviews. Authors are requested to provide a letter to the reviewers detailing the improvements made for the resubmission.
  • Major revisions required: The manuscript cannot be accepted for publication in its current form. However, a major revision which addresses all issues raised by the reviewers may be acceptable for publication. The revised manuscript will undergo a full second round of review. Authors are requested to provide a letter to the reviewers detailing the improvements made for the resubmission.
  • Revise and resubmit: In its current form, the manuscript is not suitable for publication. A resubmission would require substantial revisions and is only encouraged in special cases.
  • Reject: The manuscript is rejected as it is deemed to be out of scope, not relevant, or not meeting the journal’s quality standards in terms of significance, novelty, and/or presentation.
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