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25 Scopus Indexed Journals in Computer Science

This is the recent list of Scopus Indexed Journals in Computer Science.

  • ACM Transactions on autonomous and adaptive systems
  • ACM Transactions on Computing Education
  • ACM Transactions on intelligent systems and technology
  • Advances in Engineering Software
  • Advances in Human-Computer Interaction
  • Applied Categorical Structures
  • Applied Clinical Informatics
  • Artificial Life and Robotics
  • Automatic Control and Computer Sciences
  1. Canadian Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering

The journal publishes almost everything regarding computer science and one of them is the new evolutionary algorithm known as Imperialist competitive algorithm. From the journal, one can learn a great deal about the formula. There is a variety of sciences that come up in an attempt to solve systems of nonlinear equations mainly because the process is complicated.

However, there are many approaches that have been brought forward to come up with solutions to the problems. Systems of nonlinear equations cannot be avoided because many fields make use of them such as robotics, economics, medicine, engineering, mechanics and chemistry among others.

However, solutions to these problems become difficult to find especially when the equations in the system do not show nice polynomial or linear properties.

Traditionally, these problems are solved using Newton-type methods. Nevertheless, to solve such problems, it is necessary to formulate an algorithm that is more efficient. This is where the Imperialist Competitive Algorithm (ICA) comes in.

Although Newton-type methods have been used in the past, ICA is a new approach that makes solving nonlinear equations more efficiently.

The backbone of this new method is the ideology behind imperialist competitive. Imperialist competitive ideology involves viewing countries as colonies whereby the weakest ones become eliminated while the strong ones increase their power.

  1. ACM computing surveys

ACM which is an abbreviation for Association of Computing Machinery is a reputable journal that publishes survey papers that are helpful to professionals who wish to explore outside their fields of specialization. In order to access these papers, one is required to register with the journal.

There are two membership subscriptions that one has the option of choosing from namely: ACM All-Access Membership and ACM Professional Membership.

To join the former, one is required to pay $149.00 which is a drop in the original fee of $198. The latter goes for $75 instead of the normal $99. The reason for the drop in fee is because the journal offers those who are joining for the first time a 25% discount for the first year.

Both subscriptions have their benefits that subscribers get to enjoy. The ACM All-Access offers 2 million pages of sources under the following categories: newsletters, all ACM journals, magazines and conference proceedings.

Those who choose to pay for the ACM Professional membership get to enjoy a variety of benefits.

Subscribers get to access all ACM journals unlimited, access the Safari programme which has more than 40,000 videos and e-books, get discounts when they register for Special Interest Group conferences, access online courses where they get certification on completion and also listen to reputable speakers on Webinars.

  1. ACM sigplan notices

SIGPLAN is ACM’s Special Interest Group on Programming Languages that sheds light on how language tools and concepts are used to focus on design, implement, practicing and theory. The programme has a number of professionals that belong to various professions such as researchers, programming language developers, users, theoreticians, and implementers.

Sigplan is useful in bringing people in these professions through the major annual conferences that it sponsors. Some of these conferences include:

  • Symposium on Principles of Programming Languages (POPL)
  • Symposium on Principles and Practice of Parallel Programming (PPoPP)
  • The conference on Programming Language Design and Implementation (PLDI)
  • The International Conference on Functional Programming (ICFP)
  • The International Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages, and Applications (OOPSLA)

The ACM SIGPLAN is published on a monthly basis and publishes annual reports apart from the proceedings that are recorded concerning certain events that are mostly sponsored.

It is worthy to mention that the program holds scientific research highly and therefore does everything possible to support members and also keep track of people with awards. Subscribers get to enjoy free access to digital publications in the digital library and they also enjoy discounts when they are registering for conferences.

  1. ACM Transactions on applied perception

The journal is specifically designed to broaden the interaction of perception/psychology and computer science. It publishes first-class papers that belong to this field and have conducted thorough and content-filled papers.

The journal publishes articles such as “Human Perception of Inertial Mass for Joint Human-Robot Object Manipulation” authored by Jonas Schmidtler and MortizKorber.

The journal covers robotics whereby it addresses scientific research on how active planar manipulations can be applied to understand how humans perceive lifting and moving heavy objects which is discrimination of inertial mass. The journal covers a unique investigation.

The study is different from other literature because the sample size that was used is larger and also the reference stimuli is of large-scale nature.

During the study, model dependent errors were fitted with linear mixed models to collaborate with robotic systems to examine how they accept novel haptics.  The journal’s website also offers a section that highlights different publications from different authors. Furthermore, there is a news section that keeps readers updated. The database has a range of pages where members can access papers of their choice by perusing through the pages. There is also a registration section where readers can sign up to access TOC services. After signing up, members can access the full papers.

  1. ACM Transactions on autonomous and adaptive systems

The journal lays its emphasis on research papers that address technological and engineering aspects. It is a requirement that these aspects are based on complex ICT systems. The systems dealing with autonomous capabilities that cover sociological, technological and physical environments.

The global community has an interdisciplinary research community that recognizes autonomous technologies and adaptive systems.

To provide a venue that supports this field, the journal provides a platform where research dealing with these topics can be disseminated and published. By publishing such papers, TAAS enables the fields to be understood, developed and controlled. It also enables interested parties to understand how such systems behave.

The journal publishes articles such as the Special Issue on Organic Computing which addresses how technology has the potential of changing systems for information processing.

Such systems are complex in nature which makes it difficult to monitor the same. To solve this issue, it is necessary to design them in such a fashion that they are capable of monitoring themselves.

It is necessary for such systems to have properties that resemble living things such as context-awareness, self-organizing, self-protecting and self-healing. Autonomous systems bring about many possibilities in various areas although there are questions as to whether they can be controlled effectively thereby necessitating self-monitoring features.

  1. ACM Transactions on Computing Education

The journal was formerly known as JERIC (Journal on Educational Resources in Computing). The journal publishes research papers that deal with topics that deal with computer education. Emerging means of computing, computer engineering, computer science.

A careful analysis of papers published in this journal reveals that they have common properties such as appealing to practitioners specialized in educating and approaching learning and teaching in a scholarly way.

The articles published in the journal include information science education, collaborative learning, computer education programs, model curricula, education in software engineering, K-12 education and computer-assisted instruction.

  1. ACM Transactions on intelligent systems and technology

The journal is commonly called ACM TIST and is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes research papers that exhibit high quality. The papers are rich in content in topics such as applicable technology and algorithms and intelligent systems.

For a system to be intelligent, it is necessary to have artificial intelligence so that it can be able to perform vital tasks such as supporting larger systems by facilitating perception, reasoning, learning, and acting intelligently.

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The journal is published six times a year and regularly each issue has roughly eight to eleven papers. For individual papers, it is required that they contain 10,000 words.

To support its content, a paper is required to have graphs, additional references, and appendix. It is a requirement that appendices provided by the authors must be available only online.

Also, it is a recommendation that the authors should share data or code with readers. Articles published in the journal are available to readers on ACM Digital Library. Such published papers are accessed on the library for free which facilitates open access.

  1. ACM Transactions on information systems

ACM TIS is a peer-reviewed journal that is published on a quarterly basis and deals with topics that relate to computer systems. Also important is that underlying technology in these computer systems.

The journal was established in 1983 and is published by the ACM and the chief editor is Maarten de Rijke who studied at Amsterdam University.

The journal publishes scholarly articles that have not been published anywhere else and it is a requirement that the articles must be scholarly. It is published by the Association of Computing Machinery.

Its Journal ranking and metrics include JCR Impact factor, SJR, Scopus H-index, and Guide2Research Overall Ranking. The data for these metrics are 2.312, 0.738, 70 and 223 respectively.

Additional journal information includes ISSN, publisher, Periodicity, and website. The data for the journal information is 1046-8188, Association for Computing Machinery, quarterly and http://tois.acm.org respectively.

  1. ACM Transactions on sensor networks

The journal is abbreviated as TOSN and is specialized in sensor networks by publishing research papers that deal with topics in distributed applications and wireline sensors. The sensor networks is an interdisciplinary field that covers several disciplines such as:

  • Distributed algorithms
  • Signal processing
  • Information management
  • Protocols and networking
  • Embedded systems

Authors can submit their papers on the website http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/acm/tosn which also facilitates reviewing tasks, assignment of reviewers and also indicating the status of papers. Before one can submit their works, it is a requirement that they register with the site.

One is required to create an account on TSN’s ACM Manuscript Central which will enable the author to access Transactions on Sensor Networks where they can submit their papers.

  1. ACM Transactions on storage

The journal is abbreviated TOS and is dedicated to publishing research papers that deal with advancements in practice and storage research. Storage research is the reason why the current digital environment enables the availability of data. It involves:

  • Energy efficiency
  • Network protocols
  • Densities
  • Resource management
  • Data coding theory
  • Data backup
  • Security
  • Replication
  • Recovery and devices

The IT sector is challenged by difficulties in developing and designing storage systems due to heterogeneity I hardware and software. This poses a hurdle to data centers and enterprise environments.

TOS deals with several fields such as fabric design, storage switch and networked storage systems. The journal is not very specific on previous publications whereby authors are at liberty to submit new research works or submit works that have been published in other journals.

In addition, authors are allowed to submit survey articles and tutorials as long as they comprise content dealing with established topics as well as emerging ones.

The journal can be assessed by authors and readers both on the internet and in print. In print, it is available in the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) while online it is available at the ACM Digital Library.

  1. Ad hoc an sensor wireless networks

The ad hoc and sensor wireless networks is a field that is rapidly growing and therefore it is important for researchers in mathematics, computer science, and engineering to have a platform where content can be exchanged and disseminated.

The journal publishes survey papers, reviews, regular papers, communications and research notes and short papers. All these publications are required to be original although the journal allows authors to present papers that have a partial evaluation or may not necessarily be evaluated experimentally.

The journal majors in several topics that include standardization efforts, scalability, topology control, reliability, reliability, and operating systems.

The journal covers mobile ad hoc networks, local area, application, vehicular, satellite and power management and simulation issues. The journal has subscription memberships that readers are required to pay a fee and the payment can be made in three currencies namely: Yen, US and Euro.

The membership is in two categories that are individual and institutional. The major difference between the two subscriptions is that individual rates include only print while institutional include both online and print publications.

The United States rates apply in all countries across the globe except in Japan and Europe. Shipping is included in all rates but Yen rates have additional airmail.

Before the subscription process is initiated, potential members are required to make a prepayment. For the individual membership, one is required to meet the individual rate eligibility which requires that payment must be made by personal credit card or check. The delivery is made to a residential address.

  1. Advances in Computers

The journal published its first volume in 1960 and since then it has dedicated to providing the latest innovations and technologies in various areas. Among the areas of specialty include applications, computer hardware, design, computer software and theories.

Other journals simply give space to contributors to publish their work but Advances in Computers takes it a notch higher and provides a medium where contributors are able to reconnoiter their subjects deeply and widely.

The journals professionalism has made it possible for papers published by the same to be recognized sources that are cited in many research works. The journal has a variety of chapters that can be viewed and all that readers are required to do is to visit Science Direct.

  1. Advanced Engineering informatics

The journal is particular when it comes to research papers that qualify for publication. Primarily, for a paper to qualify and be published in the journal its content must focus on engineering application and intended to impart knowledge to the reader.

The journal realizes that engineers are treating information infrastructure differently as they adapt to changes in technology and advanced computing methods. There is a criterion that is used to determine whether a paper qualifies to be published in the journal.

  • The journal must be able to show whether newly invented methods are scalable, general and powerful and it is recommended that the research should be both quantitative and qualitative.
  • The journal must keep up with any developments in engineering informatics especially in the application of methods.
  • The content of the papers must be able to show how engineering tasks that are knowledge-intensive fall under science discipline.
  • The content must be relevant to engineering and in a position to demonstrate how making decisions regarding engineering can integrate creativity and reliability.

The database rejects papers that fail to meet specifications such as those that describe techniques that recognize patterns, computing techniques that are soft in nature, computation methods that use numerals and methods based on mathematical optimization.

  1. ACM Transactions on Modelling and Computer Simulation

In computer science, there are many significant fields that include computer simulation and systems modeling. These two fields are important instruments in understanding transactions.

TOMACS facilitates coverage of these topics by publishing research papers that deal with simulation of discrete events. The papers published in the journal belong to categories in the name of tutorials, applications, and reviews.

It is a requirement that the papers should cover topics like a hybrid, combined and distributed simulation. Other topics include the generation of random numbers, process generators, and computer graphics and simulation.

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From the articles published in the journal, one can learn that distributed and parallel simulation has undergone tremendous changes since its invention in the ‘70s and ‘80s.

  1. Advances in Electrical and Computer Engineering

The journal was founded in 2001 and has amassed experience in publishing research papers that meet high-quality standards and the most important factor is that the papers must be based on science. Before a paper is permitted to be published in the journal, it is necessary that it obtains permission from the Editorial Board.

All papers that are published in the journal can be accessed online free of charge. It is a requirement that papers that will be published in the journal be written in English.

Also, the author must ensure that papers that are intended for publication have not been published anywhere else and after they are published they should not be published again by another publisher.

The journal aims at bringing together developments that are made in science and technology fields such as

  • Software engineering and computer networks
  • Computer science
  • Data transmission
  • Distributed systems
  • Nanotechnology
  • Artificial intelligence

During the journal’s lifetime, manuscripts published in the same have authors originating from more than 50 countries. Furthermore, the journal has reputable scholars from 15 countries and some of them are members of the Advances in Electrical and Computer Engineering International Scientific Board.

  1. Advances in Engineering Software

The journal publishes scripts that are involved in software engineering that range from book reviews, survey papers, software reviews, technical and short communication notes.

The editors are Professor A.K. Noor and Professor B.H.V. Topping. The primary purpose of the journal is to address the most recent developments made in computer engineering.

It is keen on supporting Research and development that leads to solving problems in several professions such as environmental engineering, mechanical engineering, civil engineering, and aerospace engineering. From these major fields, the journal considers several aspects namely:

  • Reliability and quality
  • Generation of mesh and models
  • Controlling computational processes’ efficiency, accuracy, and stability
  • Identifying and exploiting new computing environments
  • Computer interfaces that are human intelligent
  • Analyzing systems and simulation techniques
  • Solving large-scale engineering problems using numerical algorithms and computational strategies developed through innovation
  • Application of artificial intelligence
  • Application of computational intelligence
  • Application of evolutionary computations
  1. Advances in Human-Computer Interaction

The journal covers scripts that deal with interactive systems and publishes applied and theoretical papers.

It is not only peer reviewed, but also interdisciplinary and Open Access journal. Research papers that are published in the journal cover various fields such as computing, interactive systems evaluation engineering, system and social organization, artificial intelligence, linguistics, and psychology.

Research papers are required to specialize in designing, implementing, applying, analyzing and evaluating interactive systems. Portico serves the purpose of archiving scholarly journals electronically and Advances in Human-computer Interaction is one of those journals. Content that is published in Portico is Open Access in nature meaning that it can be accessed from any part of the globe.

This is possible due to the use of the open access publishing model. However, the content is not free and one has to incur charges facilitated by the Article Processing Charges.

Being a peer-reviewed journal, it can be found in many reputable databases some of which include:

  • Advanced Technologies Database with Aerospace
  • WorldCat Discovery Services
  • Computer Database
  • Aerospace and High Technology Database
  • EBSCO MegaFILE
  • ProQuest Computer Science Journals
  • EBSCOhost Connection
  • Computer and Information Systems Abstracts
  • ACM Digital Library
  • ProQuest SciTech Premium Collection
  • EBSCOhost Research Databases
  • Computer Science Index
  • ProQuest Technology Collection
  • Academic Search Research and Development
  • EBSCO Discovery Service
  • Computers and Applied Sciences Complete
  1. Applied Categorical Structures

The main principle of the journal is that for a paper to qualify it must address ideas, results of applications and techniques that fall under computer science, mathematics, and physics. Qualified papers must address algebraic-topological investigations and topological algebra.

The journal has a policy that ensures papers that qualify for publication address the following fields:

  • Triangulated and derived categories
  • Algebraic and topological categories
  • Categorification of invariants
  • Algebraic geometry
  • Representation theory
  • Mathematical physics categorical investigation
  • Higher category applications and theory
  • Functional analysis through categorical investigations

The journal is keen on ensuring that research papers use proper references which in other words means that sources. The primary purpose of the journal is to facilitate effective communication between computer scientists and mathematicians.

In addition, it enhances how new ideas and results obtained by the professionals to disseminate.

Categorical methods are essential in these fields and therefore the journal identifies research papers that report on new developments. It is common that new fields are continually emerging.

Its publications are characterized by papers that exhibit high-quality scientific research. Also, it is mandatory that originality must be practiced by researchers.

  1. Applied Clinical Informatics

This is the third journal by Schattauer whose policies are designed to make it specialize in research papers that deal with health informatics and biomedicine.

The journal concentrates in three fields namely; Health Information Management, Health Informatics, and Computer Science Applications.

The journal outlines the benefits of Health Information Technology which are aimed at improving healthcare.

The journal communicates to the reader that such technology is directed at making care for patients safer, effective, more affordable, complete and proactive. As the Journal notes, these processes have been slowed down by barriers such as poor return on investment and inadequate knowledge.

Applied Clinical Informatics is the official electronic journal of IMIA and AMIA and has the capacity of publishing more than 100 journals annually. One of its objectives is bridging the gap between health IT specialists and clinical medicine professionals.

The journal aims at reaching influential readers internationally such as informatics trainees, public health officials, consultants, nurse informaticians and vendors. Top of the list is chief title holders such as information officers, clinical informatics officers, and executive officers.

Organizations are also a sensation among the journal’s target audience whereby it targets the likes of HIMSS, IMIA, AMIA, and AMDIS. The journal is a good complement for others like IMIA journals.

  1. APSIPA Transactions on Signal and Information Processing

This special journal issue has compression technology that deals with forensics and security as the main topic. The journal appreciates that current technology enables capturing and editing content captured by devices utilizing the network.

There increasing need for compressing and coding content since consumers demand fidelity and higher resolution content. Currently, the global population faces challenges such as security and privacy breach.

The problems mainly arise with respect to multimedia content that is shared via the internet. Although cryptographic technology is available, the aforementioned problems are common when it comes to multimedia content.

Processing content conveyed through encryption means reveal very little and therefore it becomes difficult to process such information. Increased worldwide usage of the internet to share and store data has led to a significant increase in the amount of data stored, generated and shared online. These problems pose a challenge to a content administrator.

To increase the complexity of data insecurity and privacy breach, computer users can access powerful software for editing and PCs that have high computational power easily and cheaply thus rendering content vulnerable.

As a result of these issues, the journal publishes research papers that cover proposals and developments in compression technology that are aimed at improving forensics and security of cloud-stored content.

  1. Artificial Intelligence for Engineering Design, Analysis and Manufacturing: AIEDAM

The journal has two key subject areas namely computer science and engineering. These areas have categories in the name of Artificial intelligence and industrial and manufacturing engineering. The publisher of the journal is Cambridge University Press and began coverage in 1987.

Its purpose is to reach two main target audience namely designers and engineers.

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In terms of engineers, AIDEM targets those that dedicate their work in developing Artificial Intelligence technology for solving complex engineering problems. Computer scientists that deal with artificial intelligence applications are also included as they attempt to uncover or solve theoretical matters that may arise from the same.

One of the qualifications for an article to be published in the journal is that it should cover the most recent development in artificial intelligence in terms of theories and applications.

There are broad topics in engineering such as concurrent engineering, evaluation and analysis, assembly and manufacturing, and design and configuration. Also, articles of interest are practicum papers which offer solutions to engineering problems by using artificial intelligence techniques.

These techniques are employed by major applications that must be original. AIEDAM is dedicated to providing its readers with authentic papers that can be used in the future for reference should researchers choose.

It cares for the welfare of the community by addressing special issues, publishing and practicing high quality reviewing of research papers.

  1. Artificial Life and Robotics

Robotics and artificial life are the main topics covered by the journal whereby it publishes technical papers that are original. Also, it publishes reputable reviews that deal with new developments in the two subjects. The main areas of concern are robotics and artificial life with more concentration on hardware and simulations based on computer.

The fields covered by the journal is multidisciplinary and involve the following:

  • Robotics
  • Neurocomputing technologies and applications
  • Neurocomputers
  • Automobiles
  • Innovative computation
  • Intelligent modeling and control
  • Complexity
  • Computer science
  • Computer graphics
  • Artificial living
  • Cognitive science
  • Brain science
  • Artificial intelligence

The journal takes copyright seriously and therefore has a policy that includes several requirements.

When an author submits a paper for publication, the paper must not be published anywhere else with a few exceptions. A paper can only be published in the journal if it has been published as an abstract or if it has been published as a section of a thesis, lecture or review.

It must not be considered to be published in any other place and there must be a consensus among all co-authors. Copyright is only transferred only when the article or script has been accepted for publication.

  1. Australasian Journal of Engineering Education (AJEE)

The AJEE is published under the umbrella of Australasian Association for Engineering Education (AAEE) which is a technical community that comprises of engineers. The community allows anybody to join regardless whether they are non-members of Engineers Australia or they are members of the same.

The primary objective of the journal is to provide a platform where current ideas and works involving engineering can be exchanged. The content published in the journal is mainly derived from educational faculties in Australasia.

The journal has an obligation of publishing scholarships through contributions that are directed at improving engineering education. Currently, the journal is only available online and therefore content can only be accessed once the papers are formatted and reviewed.

Papers that qualify for publication are categorized into four groups namely; research papers, non-specialists review papers, project report, and specialists review papers.

At the editor’s discretion, there are subcategories that are allowed for publication which include; tutorial papers, contributions with acceptable contributions and technical notes.

Papers in these categories are expected to comprise of 5000-6000 words. In the case for technical notes, the policy requires that they should not have more than 1,500 words.

The journal interests in fields such as professional practice, assessment, laboratory and online learning, ethics, student issues, and sustainability.

  1. Automatic Control and Computer Sciences

The journal targets research content that has advanced in signal processing, automatic control and information processing of distributed nature. The journal is peer reviewed that uses the single-blind style. The review process is conducted by the journal’s team that comprises more than 40 reviewers.

The team is divided proportionately whereby it has both external and internal reviewers distributed on a 50:50 ratio. As of 2017, a research paper has subjected an average of 14 days to the first decision with respect to the day it is submitted. After the first decision, the paper takes another 60 days for acceptance.

The paper’s acceptance is based on the decision by peer reviewers that comprise the editorial board. The peer review team comprised of reviewers who are invited. The journal’s policy requires that if an invited reviewer feel that the policies clash with personal interests are required to notify the editors promptly.

It is a requirement that reviewers must clearly state their instructions so that authors can use the same as a guideline while writing the manuscript.

While reviewing, personal criticism of the researcher is discouraged. It is a requirement for the reviewers to ensure that the review contains any significant similarity detected in the research paper, uncited sections that the reviewer feel should be cited and content found in previous publications that have not been cited adequately.

  1. Calphad: Computer Coupling of Phase Diagrams and Thermochemistry

For industrial processes to take place effectively, thermodynamic data is necessary and it should also be reliable. The data is not always easy to come by and that is the reason why the journal has dedicated its publication to enhance computational thermodynamics achievable by developing models that cover thermodynamic properties.

These properties take into account different phases that make it possible to predict multicomponent systems properties.

The systems include; ternary and binary subsystems, software development, derivation of thermodynamic parameters, developing and usage of databanks and data assessment in a critical fashion. Usage of databanks makes it possible to better understand different technological and industrial processes.

To motivate researchers, the journal offers benefits to the author such as discounts when the papers are published on Elsevier, free PDFs and a copyright policy that is liberal. The author is at liberty to work on their script as they wish and revision is only required by the editors when the paper is in revision.

There is a checklist that guides the author as to what is required before they submit their works. Some of the elements that should be included are: e-mail address, postal address, keywords, tables, citations for tables and figures and grammar and spelling checked among others.

My suggestions for those who search for journals in computer science are: you must first search a right journal that is related to your topic. Unless you choose the right journal, you cannot proceed.

If you are a beginner, you have to make sure that the journal must not be too reputable. Go with a small journal but Scopus indexed. There is a high possibility to get your journal published.

Usually, computer science is a subject where you need to show a lot of variation in the research of the topic you have chosen. So, first of all, choose good Scopus indexed journal in Computer Science and then do your research keeping in mind the journal rules.

We have researched for almost one week and put our best list of Scopus Indexed journals of Computer Science. These Journals will surely bring the research stage of your topic to publication stage. This type of journal publications are valid instead of paid one without Scopus recognition. The list given below is genuine and you can trust them fully. Just select the heading and paste it in Google Search to get the website. We listed some 25 journals right now.  If you wish to include more of these journals in Computer Science, you can comment on this post. We will surely update and do research for best Scopus Indexed list in the are of Computer Science. See now the below list of 25 journals in your area.