Special Issue: 59

Applied Computational Analytics for Supporting Decision-Making
for the journal WSEAS Transactions on Systems and Control


Professor Julian Scott Yeomans
Schulich School of Business,
York University, Toronto, ON, M3J 1P3, Canada
(416) 736-2100 x77951

This special issue seeks applied computational analytics papers that either create new methods or provide innovative applications of existing methods for assisting with “real world” decision- making applications. In practice, analytics involves a combination of computers, computation, mathematical modelling, and system science to support real-world applications. Contributions should investigate novel approaches of computational analytics – be this on the side of modelling, computational solution procedures, and/or technologies – as applied to decision- making. In line with the aims and scope of the special issue, manuscripts should emphasize both the practical relevance and the methodological contributions of the work.

- Mathematical modelling of mechatronic systems
- Applied computational analytics procedures,
- Methods for guidance and assistance in applied decision-making,
- Measures for coping with uncertainty in data, models, and decision-making,
- Areas of application can include: business, operations, engineering, environment, economics, society, computers, and computation.

How to submit:
You can upload your paper via the web site of the particular
WSEAS journal indicating in the Field: "Notes" the title of the Special Issue 

Deadline to submit a paper has been determined the 31st December of 2021. However the organizers review the papers and publish them in a continuous flow. 

Note that the Deadline for Paper submission is 31st December of 2021.
However the organizers review the papers and publish them in a continuous flow. You do not need to wait the acceptance of the other papers in your session to publish your paper. In case that your paper passes the first round of review (some times the second round of review), it can be published if you satisfy the reviewers' comments and remarks and the Editor-in-Chief decides that your paper You do not have to wait the peer review of the other papers in your Session.

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