International Journal
INFORMATION CONTENT & PROCESSING
 

ITHEA International Journal “Information Content and Processing” (IJ ICP) is aimed to present advances in theories of information content models and content processing technique by different systems/agents – natural, as well as artificial.

The concept “Information Content” has diverse interpretations. Chalker and Weiner point out in Oxford Dictionary of English Grammar (1994) that "the notion of information content is related to statistical probability. If a unit is totally predictable then, according to information theory, it is informationally redundant and its information content is nil." In linguistics and information theory, the Information Content/Corpus is the amount of information conveyed to a particular unit of language in a particular context, etc.

In this journal the concept “Information Content” is used in its broad sense - as the matter of information models created and used by natural and/or artificial intelligent systems. This is akin to terms used in current EU FP for ICT:

     Big Data, improving building innovative data products and services and solving fundamental and applied, market driven research problems related to the scalability and responsiveness of analytic capabilities such as KDD, gaming, semantics, DSP;

     Machine translation and other NLP, to overcome barriers to multilingual online communication which is still hampering a wider penetration of cross-border commerce, social communication and exchange of cultural content enabling the full deployment of the Single Digital market;

     Tools for creative, media, knowledge and learning industries, socio economical complex systems with visualization, cross boarder geo-bio-eco models and serious games;

     Multimodal, multimedia, hereditary and hybrid natural computer processing and interaction.

We kindly invite the broad research community to join to this important initiative for Data Content investigations convergences and for their business implementations for state, social and economic needs.

 

International Journal

INFORMATION CONTENT & PROCESSING

EDITORIAL BOARD

Editors in chief: Krassimir Markov (Bulgaria)

Abdel-Badeeh M. Salem

(Egypt)

Gordana Dodig Crnkovic

(Sweden)

Olga Nevzorova

(Russia)

Abdelmgeid Amin Ali

(Egypt)

Gurgen Khachatryan

(Armenia)

Oleksandr Stryzhak

(Ukraine)

Adil Timofeev

(Russia)

Hasmik Sahakyan

(Armenia)

Oleksandr Trofymchuk

(Ukraine)

Albert Voronin

(Ukraine)

Ilia Mitov

(Bulgaria)

Orly Yadid-Pecht

(Israel)

Alexander Eremeev

(Russia)

Irina Artemieva

(Russia)

Pedro Marijuan

(Spain)

Alexander Grigorov

(Bulgaria)

Yurii Krak

(Ukraine)

Rafael Yusupov

(Russia)

Alexander Palagin

(Ukraine)

Yurii Kryvonos

(Ukraine)

Rozalina Dimova

(Bulgaria)

Alexey Petrovskiy

(Russia)

Jordan Tabov

(Bulgaria)

Sergey Krivii

(Ukraine)

Alexey Voloshin

(Ukraine)

Juan Castellanos

(Spain)

Stoyan Poryazov

(Bulgaria)

Alfredo Milani

(Italy)

Koen Vanhoof

(Belgium)

Tatyana Gavrilova

(Russia)

Anatoliy Gupal

(Ukraine)

Krassimira Ivanova

(Bulgaria)

Vadim Vagin

(Russia)

Anatoliy Krissilov

(Ukraine)

Levon Aslanyan

(Armenia)

Valeria Gribova

(Russia)

Arnold Sterenharz

(Germany)

Luis Fernando de Mingo

(Spain)

Vasil Sgurev

(Bulgaria)

Benoa Depaire

(Belgium)

Liudmila Cheremisinova

(Belarus)

Vitalii Velychko

(Ukraine)

Diana Bogdanova

(Russia)

Lyudmila Lyadova

(Russia)

Vitaliy Snituk

(Ukraine)

Dmitro Buy

(Ukraine)

Mark Burgin

(USA)

Vladimir Donchenko

(Ukraine)

Elena Zamyatina

(Russia)

Martin P. Mintchev

(Canada)

Vladimir Jotsov

(Bulgaria)

Ekaterina Solovyova

(Ukraine)

Mikhail Alexandrov

(Russia)

Vladimir Ryazanov

(Russia)

Emiliya Saranova

(Bulgaria)

Nadiia Volkovych

(Ukraine)

Vladimir Shirokov

(Ukraine)

Evgeniy Bodyansky

(Ukraine)

Nataliia Kussul

(Ukraine)

Xenia Naidenova

(Russia)

Galyna Gayvoronska

(Ukraine)

Natalia Ivanova

(Russia)

Yuriy Zaichenko

(Ukraine)

Galina Setlac

(Poland)

Natalia Pankratova

(Ukraine)

Yurii Zhuravlev

(Russia)

 

Papers must be written in English or Russian.

ITHEA rules for preparing the manuscripts are compulsory.

Responsibility for papers published in IJ ICP belongs to authors.
Please get permission to reprint any copyrighted material before you send it to IJ ICP.

The camera-ready copy of the paper should be received by ITHEA Journal Submission System ( http://ij.ithea.org ) e-mail: ij@ithea.org

Papers accepted by the IJ ICP will be published in the following order:
- invited ideas, which are already presented at the conferences supported by ITHEA;
- papers submitted by the members of ITHEA International Scientific Society.

IJ ICP is official publisher of the scientific papers of the members of the ITHEA International Scientific Society, the Association of Developers and Users of Intellectualized Systems (ADUIS).

CODE OF CONDUCT AND BEST PRACTICE


International Journal “INFORMATION CONTENT AND PROCESSING” 

 Edited by the Institute of Information Theories and Applications FOI ITHEA, Bulgaria, in collaboration with
Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, BAS, Bulgaria,
V.M.Glushkov Institute of Cybernetics of NAS, Ukraine,
Universidad Politechnika de Madrid, Spain,
Hasselt University, Belgium
Institute of Informatics Problems of the RAS, Russia,
St. Petersburg Institute of Informatics, RAS, Russia
Institute for Informatics and Automation Problems, NAS of the Republic of Armenia.

 Publisher:  ITHEA®

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Technical editor: Ina Markova

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 ISSN 2367-5128 (printed)                    ISSN 2367-5152 (online)