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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.

    166. The nonlinear dynamics of a bistable energy harvesting system with colored noise disturbances
    V. G. Lopes, J. V.L.L. Peterson and  A. Cunha Jr.
    doi: 10.6062/jcis.2019.10.03.0166 (Free PDF)

    167. Stability Analysis of the Equilibrium Point of the 2 IS-LM Model for a Closed Economy
    L. A. do Nascimento, S. B. Salgado, D. M. Pires and F. A. Velozo
    doi: 10.6062/jcis.2019.10.03.0167 (Free PDF)

    168. Evaluating the Deep Learning accuracy in data extraction from synthetic image sequences
    André Franceschi de Angelis and Thaı́s Rocha
    doi: 10.6062/jcis.2019.10.03.0168 (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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