Instructions for authors

Journal INFORMATICA provides an international forum for high-quality origin research and publishes papers on mathematical simulation and optimization, data mining, recognition and control, programming theory and systems, automation systems and elements. 

Submission of a paper will be held to imply that it contains original unpublished work and that it is not being submitted for publication elsewhere. All the papers will be reviewed. Any manuscript which does not conform to the instructions below may be returned for the necessary revision.

The accepted language is English. No formal limit is set for the length of a paper, but the editors may recommend condensation where appropriate.

Each paper should have the following structure: title, name(s) and institutional affiliation(s) of the author(s), abstract(70-100 words), keywords, text, list of references, date of submission, and information about author(s).

All illustrations should be numbered consecutively and have titles. Original illustrations must be submitted on separate sheets and marked on the back side with figure number, title of the paper, and name of the author. Illustrations must be of size to fit on a 124x194mm sheet of paper, including the title.

References should be listed in alphabetic and chronological order. They may be numbered in the case of extended reviews.

The complete references should be listed as follows:

For books:

Proakis, J.G., Manolakis, D.G. (1996). Digital Signal Processing: Principles Algorithms and Applications. Prentice-Hall, London.

Ermoliev, Yu.M. (1976). Methods of Stochastic Programming.Nauka, Moscow (in Russian).

For contribution to collective works:

Dog, P.R. (1979). TRANS method for area traffic control. In: Round, A.F. (Ed.), Advances in Traffic Engineering, Vol. 2. Academic Press, New York, pp. 125-134.

For journal articles:

Halpern, J.Y., Moses, Y. (1992). A guide to completeness and complexity for modal logics of knowledge and belief. Artificial Intelligence, 54(3), 319--379.

Information about the submission

We are using the Electronic Journal Management System (EJMS) to manage submissions and the whole review process. 

You should go through these steps, if you are going to submit a new paper:

  1. Please go to EJMS site
  2. Register to EJMS, if you are not registered there.
  3. Log into EJMS.
  4. Submit a new paper (the maximal length of the paper can be approximately 25 pages. The paper must be prepared in latex format according to the journal LaTeX style and it must be submitted into EJMS system in PDF format).
  5. Track its progress through the editorial process by logging in and choosing the Author's role.

If you have any questions, please contact
Editorial Board of INFORMATICA 
Attn: Managing Editor of Informatica Dr. R. KarbauskaitÄ—
Vilnius University Institute of Data Science and Digital Technologies
Akademijos st. 4-604b, 08412 Vilnius, Lithuania 
Phone: (+370 5) 2109 338

Latex style