Scientific-Practical journal “Modeling, Optimization and Information Technology” (“MOIT”) is an on-line journal, which has been published since 2013. .
The journal accepts for publication original articles and reviews in Russian and English, previously not published anywhere and not submitted for publication in other editions.
The purpose of the magazine– analysis, systematization and promotion of scientific achievements in the application of systems analysis, mathematical modeling, optimization and information technology in various fields
Goals of the magazine:
Coverage of research results, scientific, practical and experimental activities of leading scientists and young researchers active in the field of research and innovation activities which objective is to promote the acquired knowledge, exchange of experience, identification of scientific potential for the development and use of advanced science and technology.
Intelligent integration of the Russian and international level scientific schools in the field of simulation and optimization of complex systems, the information systems development and technologies
The questions of medical information systems development, modeling and optimization methods applying for the development of decision -making support systems in the problems of medical
diagnostics, forecasting and tactics of treatment and rehabilitation measures, when creating highly effective tools, devices, equipment, products, systems, complexes, hardware
and software for medical use are considered.
Published articles (92)
The questions of modeling methods, intellectual optimization and information technology application in the analysis and synthesis of various technical systems and devices: transmission,
reception, processing, display and storage of information; radio engineering devices; antenna systems and microwave devices of widespread use; systems, networks and telecommunication
devices; radar and radio navigation systems; information-measuring and control systems; design automation systems; in the development of mathematical support and software for
computers, complexes and computer networks are considered.
Published articles (322)
The questions of modeling methods, intellectual optimization and information technologies application in the analysis and synthesis of problem-oriented control systems, including
research and design methodology, formalized description and algorithmization, optimization and simulation of system functioning, implementation, maintenance and operation of complex
man-machine, organizational -technological and information control systems, research automation systems are considered.
Published articles (246)
The questions of information obtaining and processing methods development, identification methods in organizational systems based on retrospective, current and expert information,
methods and algorithms for analyzing and synthesizing organizational structures, methods and algorithms for intellectual support for managerial decision making, forecasting of
the effectiveness assessments, quality and reliability of organizational systems in relation to management tasks in the social and economic spheres, including education, law,
defense, health and environmental protection; development of new information technologies and problem-oriented management systems, decision making and optimization of economic
and social systems in order to increase the efficiency of their functioning are considered.
Published articles (195)
The questions modeling methods, intellectual optimization and information technology application in the analysis and synthesis of information protection systems and information security,
environmental and technosphere safety systems, fire safety; road safety; labor safety; economic security; energy, technological and other types of security, including forecasting,
identification, analysis and assessment of security threats, risk analysis are considered.
Published articles (111)
The questions modeling methods, intellectual optimization and information technology application in the analysis and synthesis of information protection systems and information security, environmental and technosphere safety systems, fire safety; road safety; labor safety; economic security; energy, technological and other types of security, including forecasting, identification, analysis and assessment of security threats, risk analysis are considered.
The network format of the journal and the free access policy allow providing the widest reach of readers and authors, which contributes to the high level of citation of published articles.
Publications in the journal "Modeling, Optimization, and Information Technology" are included in the systems of calculating citation indices for authors and journals.
The journal is indexed in the following systems and catalogues:
Peer review is the system used to assess the quality of a manuscript before it is published. Independent researchers in the relevant research area assess submitted manuscripts for originality, validity and significance to help editors determine whether a manuscript should be published in the journal.
1. Authors submit articles to the Editorial Board of the journal in accordance with the Rules for Authors on manuscripts submission for publication in a scientific journal.
Before preparation of application and sending documents to the editors, authors should carefully study the rules of preparation of the papers and other documents required by the publisher.
2. All the manuscripts are registered and assigned to the editors for internal peer review, including verification of compliance with the subject of the publication and submission requirements. If the article does not meet the qualification criteria for scientific texts, and a peer review revealed significant shortcomings in the content of the article, its linguistic style and arrangement, the editors send the author a reasoned refusal pointing out errors and omissions.
3. All articles accepted for consideration undergo mandatory “double blind” peer review. The tasks of reviewers include assessing the novelty and scientific significance of the work, the reliability of the research results, the content of the manuscript and the way of presentation, the correspondence of the manuscript title and abstract to its content, the identification of published works related to the research topic, which were not, but, in the opinion of the reviewer, should have been mentioned in the manuscript.
Members of the editorial board as well as external experts working in the scientific fields relevant to the topic of the article and not having obvious conflicts of interest with the authors of the work are involved in the review process. The reviewer is notified of the fact that the article is the intellectual property of the author. It is not allowed to disclose or otherwise use the content of the article before its publication. The review period is from 7 to 30 days from the moment the article is accepted for consideration; and it can be extended at the request of the reviewer.
4. The review points to:
5. The review can be composed in free format or on the basis of a template proposed by the editors. In the second case, a binary assessment system for evaluation of the listed characteristics of the article is used.
In case of a negative estimate for certain items, the reviewer is to provide comments or validate the decision.
6.Conclusive statement of a reviewer is defined according to one of the options:
7. If the review contains recommendations for accuracy and clarity improvement, the editorial board notifies the author providing the text of the review with comments and questions with a proposal to take them into account when preparing a new version of the paper or refute them reasonably (partially or completely). Finalization of the article should not take more than one month from the moment of a notification of the author about the need to make changes. The article finalized by the author is resubmitted for review.
8. In case of disagreement with the opinion of the reviewer, the author of the article has the right to provide a reasoned answer to the editorial board of the journal. The article can be submitted for re-review or for approval by the editorial board.
9. In case of refusal of the authors to finalize the materials, they must notify the editors in writing or orally about their refusal to publish the article. If the authors do not return the revised version after three months from the date of sending the review, the editors remove it from the register. In such cases, the author is notified of the removal of the article from the register due to the expiration of the time allotted for revision.
10. After the peer-review manuscripts are approved by the chief editor (or deputy chief editor), and, if necessary, at a meeting of the editorial board.
11. Manuscripts selected for publication are edited by the editorial board to improve accuracy and clarity to the required editorial standards adopted within the journal. Editor's alterations are consistent with the authors.
12. The article is published in the current issue of the journal.
13. The originals of reviews are kept in the editorial office of the journal for 3 years. The editors undertake to send copies of reviews to the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation upon the corresponding request.
The editors of the journal "Modeling, Optimization and Information Technology" (MOIT) adheres to the principles and requirements of the following organizations:
1. Rights and Responsibilities of the Publisher
The editors of MOIT are fully responsible for any published material and compliance with ethical principles in relation to:
Responsibilities of Editors to Readers
Responsibilities of Editors to Authors
Responsibilities of Editors to Organizations Sponsoring Research and Publications
Responsibilities of Editors to Reviewers
Editorial Responsibility to Reviewers
2. Ethical Rules for Authors
3. Ethical Rules for Reviewers
The peer review of articles should be carried out in accordance with the Review section published on the journal website. Peer reviewers are notified that the manuscripts are the intellectual property of the authors and relate to highly confidential information. The disclosure of confidential details of manuscript review violates the rights of the author.
Peer reviewers respect the confidentiality of peer review and not reveal any details of a manuscript or its review, during or after the peer-review process, beyond those that are released by the journal.
Violation of confidentiality is possible only in the case of a inaccuracy or falsification of materials statement. Reviewers are not allowed to make copies of manuscripts for own needs or use information obtained during the peer-review process for their own or any other person’s or organization’s advantage, or to disadvantage or discredit others.
Reviewers should respond in a reasonable time-frame, especially if they cannot do the review, and without intentional delay; declare if they do not have the subject expertise required to carry out the review or if they are able to assess only part of the manuscript, outlining clearly the areas for which they have the relevant expertise; only agree to review a manuscript if they are fairly confident they can return a review within the proposed or mutually agreed time-frame, informing the journal promptly if they require an extension.
Reviewers should be objective and constructive in their reviews, refraining from being hostile or inflammatory and from making libelous or derogatory personal comments.
Reviewers should declare any potentially conflicting or competing interests (which may, for example, be personal, financial, intellectual, professional, political or religious), seeking advice from the journal if they are unsure whether something constitutes a relevant interest.
4. Conflicts of Interests Disclosure
There must be clear definitions of conflicts of interest and processes for handling conflicts of interest of authors, reviewers, editors, journals and publishers, whether identified before or after publication.
If at least one of the authors of the article has conflicts of interest, this is indicated when submitting the manuscript. To resolve any issues and complaints related to possible violations of the principles of editorial ethics, a commission is organised by the editorial board of the journal. The chairman and members of the commission are selected from among the members of the editorial board by voting. The commission handles complaints from authors, readers, and reviewers.
The journal "Modeling, Optimization and Information Technology" follows the Open Access Journals policy, providing access to articles published in the journal freely available to read, download and share (without registration).
The founder of the "Modeling, Optimization and Information Technology" journal partially pays for its publication. The author of the article pays the article open access fee, including its preparation for publication on the journal’s website, assignment of DOI international identification, placement of the article on the website and in the indexing and reviewing systems, archives creation in order to increase publications reliability and accessibility.
The payment fee for the authors is 400 rubles per page.
The payment option can be activated in the Author PERSONAL ACCOUNT after receiving a notification of a positive decision of the editorial board.
Unpublished data obtained from submitted articles cannot be used in personal research without the written consent of the Author.
Information or ideas obtained during the review and related to potential advantages should be kept confidential and not used for personal benefits.
Reviewers should not participate in the review of manuscripts in case of conflicts of interest due to competitive, collaborative and other interactions and relations with any of the authors, companies or other organizations associated with the submitted work.
The Editorial Board of the journal "Modeling, Optimization and Information Technology", while considering manuscripts for borrowings, checks the materials using the “Anti-plagiarism" system http://antiplagiat.ru/. The editors of the journal adhere to the ethics of scientific publications in accordance with the principles and requirements of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE, (https://publicationethics.org/files/u7140/plagiarism%20A.pdf). The recommended level of originality of the material presented is at least 80%.
In the process of submitting a manuscript, the author must confirm that it was not published or accepted for publication in another scientific journal. When Referencing to an article published in the "Modeling, Optimization and Information Technology" journal, the publisher requires to place a link (full URL of the material) to the journal’s official website.
Articles submitted for publication must be previously unpublished and not under consideration for publication in other editions.
The manuscripts previously posted by authors on personal or public websites not related to other publishers are allowed for consideration.
The main sections of the journal:
Articles, received by the editors, are published after peer review by members of the Editorial Board who are experts in the relevant fields. Immediately after posting on the Website, the article is considered published. After the the next issue publication (4 issues per year), the articles are posted on the Elibrary platform. Each article is assigned a unique DOI index. All articles are checked by the Anti-Plagiarism system: https://www.antiplagiat.ru/.
The journal does not have a paper version and provides full open access to all its publications. The network format of the journal and the principle of open access allows for the widest reach of readers and authors, which contributes to a high level of citation of published articles. When using the journal materials, the reference to the journal name and the author names of articles is required.