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JCIS - Journal of Computational Interdisciplinary Sciences

The Journal of Computational Interdisciplinary Sciences (JCIS) is the official journal of Pan-American Association of Computational Interdisciplinary Sciences (PACIS). The main objective of the JCIS is to publish original research findings in the fields covered by the Scientific Committees of PACIS.

  • Computational Mathematics & Statistics

  • Computational Physics & Chemistry

  • Computational Biology & Bioinformatics

  • Computational Engineering & Innovation

  • Computational Data Analysis, Modeling and Simulation in Emergent Sciences

  • The Editorial Board coordinates and evaluates the articles to be published. JCIS is published three times a year: Issue 1 (Mar/Apr); Issue 2 (Jul/Aug); Issue 3 (Nov/Dec).

    The abbreviated title of the journal is J. Comp. Int. Sci., which should be used in bibliographies, footnotes and bibliographical references and strips.


    130. Exploratory study of the ELK stack for meteorological observation system data analysis
    Pages 131-142
    E. S. Almeida, I. Koga, M. A. A. Santana, P. L. O. GuimarĂ£es, L. M. Sugawara and T. Eklin.
    doi: 10.6062/jcis.2017.08.03.0130 (Free PDF)

    131. A parallel implementation of the ordinary kriging algorithm for heterogeneous computing environments
    Pages 143-152
    T. L. R. Sabino, G. G. Tavares, L. Goliatt, M. Lobosco, R. Weber dos Santos and F. de Oliveira Chaves.
    doi: 10.6062/jcis.2017.08.03.0131 (Free PDF)

    132. Quandoop: A Classical Simulator of Quantum Walks on Computer Clusters
    Pages 153-162
    D. S. Souza, F. L. Marquezino and A. A. B. Lima.
    doi: 10.6062/jcis.2017.08.03.0132 (Free PDF)

    133. Remote Sensing Image Processing Functions in Lua Language
    Pages 163-172
    R. F. B. Marujo, L. M. G. Fonseca, T. S. Korting, H.N. Bendini, G. R. Queiroz, L. Vinhas and K. R. Ferreira.
    doi: 10.6062/jcis.2017.08.03.0133 (Free PDF)


    Combining wavelets and linear spectral mixture model for MODIS satellite sensor time-series analysis
    doi: 10.6062/jcis.2008.01.01.0005
    Freitas and Shimabukuro(Free PDF)

    Riddled basins in complex physical and biological systems
    doi: 10.6062/jcis.2009.01.02.0009
    Viana et al.(Free PDF)

    Use of ordinary Kriging algorithm and wavelet analysis to understanding the turbidity behavior in an Amazon floodplain
    doi: 10.6062/jcis.2008.01.01.0006
    Alcantara.(Free PDF)

    A new multi-particle collision algorithm for optimization in a high performance environment
    doi: 10.6062/jcis.2008.01.01.0001
    Luz et al.((Free PDF)

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