Kybernetika - Instruction for authors
Kybernetika International journal published by Institute of Information Theory and Automation
Journal home contents of journal upcoming issue search by author by title by keyword by MSC instructions for authors editor's award editorial board distribution contact partners Account login create account forgotten password Instructions for Authors Kybernetika will consider for publication papers presenting original results in the fields of Control Systems, Information Sciences, Statistical Decision Making, Applied Probability Theory, Random Processes, Operations Research, Fuzziness and Uncertainty Theories, as well as in the topics closely related to the above fields. Manuscripts should be submitted only electronically. To submit your paper, please log in Kybernetika publishing system and upload the manuscript in the PDF format. The person submitting the paper will be referred to as the corresponding author. By submitting a manuscript to Kybernetika the author declares that the manuscript has not been published or simultaneously submitted to publication elsewhere. Authors are expected to provide a LaTeX source file using the style of Kybernetika if the paper is accepted for publication. Manuscripts should be in English and should be expressed in a clear and concise manner. Footnotes should be kept to minimum. An abstract not exceeding 250 words that summarizes the principles, technique and conclusions of the article along with lists of key words and AMS subject classification must accompany each manuscript. Because the abstract must be able to stand independently, mathematical formulas and bibliographical references should be kept to a minimum. The author's e-mail and full postal addresses should be included with the manuscript. Figures (charts and diagrams) should be in the EPS, PDF or JPG format or originated in TeX. Note that Kybernetika is not printed in colour, so please keep in mind that pictures should be well recognizable in the black and white version. Anyway the authors are encouraged to send us graphs and figures in both versions, in black and white for the printed journal and in colour for the electronic on-line version of the journal. References should be cited within the text either by numerals in brackets or by authors followed by the respective numeral in brackets. References should be listed in alphabetical order. To assist referees, a copy of relevant unpublished references should be also submitted with an indication of whether or not they have been accepted for publication.