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Article:
  UFOs (Ubiquitous Findable Objects)
Subject:   Ubiquitous Computing and Communication Journal
Date:   2008-10-15 23:02:56
From:   UbiCC Journal
UBICC® is a publisher of high quality peer-reviewed international journals in the fields of communication engineering and information technology, The journal of Ubiquitous computing and communication is published bimonthly by the UBICC Publishers, which emerge as the major association of peoples around the globe with professional interest in the field of ubiquitous computing and computing. Our aim is to publish of the most advanced research work in the field of information technology and communication around the globe. The journal is published in English language which is spoken and understandable around the world.



The papers of original research and innovatory applications from all parts of the world are welcome. The papers for publication in UBICC are selected through rigorous peer reviews to ensure originality, appropriateness, significance, and readability. While we emphasizes publication of previously unpublished materials, selected conference papers with exceptional merit that require wider exposure are, at the discretion of our editors also published, provided they meet the journal's peer review standard. UBICC also seeks clearly written survey and review articles from experts in the field to promote insightful understanding of the state-of-the-art and the technology trends.



Aims



· Map new frontiers in emerging technologies in research, industry and governance


· Link centres of excellence world-wide to stimulate and enhance creative and application-oriented problem solving for society


· Explore the synergy and collaboration within the sciences, management and policy creation and implementation


· Establish authoritative channels of communication between experts, policy-makers and practitioners in academia, industry and government



Scope



The ubiquitous computing and communication Journal exists to provide a medium through which a wide range of experiences in the information and communication technology can be shared. The Journal aims to provide an environment in which ideas and research can be presented, discussed and criticized so that best practice can be assimilated into the new curricula of schools, colleges and universities.



Editorial board



The editorial board of Ubiquitous computing and communication Journal consists of leading specialists of the field from the globe.


We expect to establish friendly communications with the colleagues both at home and abroad so that we may enhance our mutual understanding and cooperation and jointly contribute to the development of computer science and technology.