ISSN 1994-1536
printed version
ISSN 2227-1899
online version


Scope and policy

Mision: Publish and promote the scientific production of Cuban and foreign professionals in the fields of Computer Science and Computation and provide a space to Cuban professionals for dissemination and visibility of the scientific results of their research.

Refereeing: blind refereeing system by academic peers, specialized in Computer Science and Informatics.


Desarrollo de aplicaciones informáticas
Ingeniería y gestión de software
Inteligencia artificial
Matemática computacional
Procesamiento de imágenes
Programación paralela y distribuida
Reconocimiento de patrones
Seguridad informática
Sistemas digitales
Software libre
Técnicas de programación
Tecnologías de bases de datos
Tecnologías de la información y las telecomunicaciones

Form and preparation of manuscripts

Authors interested in publishing in the Cuban Journal of Informatics Science (RCCI) may submit original papers, review papers, short paper and book reviews, which must meet the standards of publication set to be accepted into the peer flow. Only unpublished work will be accepted and are not committed to other publishers. The publication languages ​​are Spanish and English.

Contributions may be written in Microsoft Office Word or Open Office Writer, always using Times New Roman 11 points and paper dimensions 21.59 cm x 27.94 cm (Letter). The top and bottom margins are at 3.81 cm and 1.2 cm is left to the right and 2 cm to the left. The text should be written with 1.5 spacing and a blank line as a separator between sections.

The publisher will determine those contributions that need special permission to enter the editorial workflow.
It is the single responsibility of the authors inclusion and / or content delivery service that can be considered restricted or confidential by the institutions that have been assigned.

Structure of the manuscripts
All materials to be published will have:
• Title in Spanish and English.
• Full names of authors and institutional affiliations. Always state the full name of the institution, address including phone and email. Report from the corresponding author with an star (*). Use super numerical indices at the end of the full names to distinguish different authors with institutional affiliations. Seat institutional affiliations relationship in a separate paragraph under the list of authors.
• It will include summary in Spanish and English, with an extent of ​​200-250 words and between four and five key words in both languages. In the case of book reviews will not be necessary.
• Pages should be numbered in the lower right corner.
• Do not use unnecessary abbreviations or acronyms when they first appear to be accompanied by its meaning.
• We will use the International System of Units and the comma (,) in the figures.
• Tables and figures should be inserted in the body of the text and be optimized for black and white printing and preferably in vector formats.
• The title of the figures are placed on the bottom using Times New Roman 10 points, sequentially numbered in the order they appear in the work. Texts include the same language used in the contribution.
• Tables used Times New Roman at 10 points. The title appears at the top, sequentially numbered in the order they appear in the text. To employ explanatory notes at the foot of the table should be used Times New Roman 9 points.
Depending on the type of contribution the structure of the manuscripts will be:

Original papers (up to 15 pages):

  • Summary (Spanish and English)
  • Keywords (Spanish and English)
  • Introduction
  • Materials and methods and computational methodology
  • Results and discussion
  • Conclusions
  • Acknowledgements (optional)
  • References (at least 15 references)

Review papers (up to 20 pages)

  • Summary (Spanish and English)
  • Keywords (Spanish and English)
  • Introduction
  • Methods (optional)
  • Development
  • Discussion
  • Conclusions
  • Acknowledgements (optional)
  • References (at least 25 references)

Short articles (up to 5 pages)

  • Summary (Spanish and English)
  • Keywords (Spanish and English)
  • Introduction
  • Development
  • Conclusions
  • Acknowledgements (optional)
  • References (at least 10 references)

Reviews (up to 1 page)

  • Publication Information reviewed in the following order: Title of Work, edition, author's name and other authorities, publisher, place of publication, year, number of pages. If possible include a cover image and information to purchase the book (price and / or distributors)
  • Body of the review

The bibliography is organized according to the guidelines of ISO 690 and ISO 690-2. Within the text, the citations will be brought to the form: (Name, year) and bibliographic entries appear at the end of the article, in alphabetical order, in correspondence to the type of source cited.

Journal article:
AUTHOR (S). Title of article. Title of journal, year, volume (issue number): initial-final page.
Culnan, M. An analysis of the information usage patterns of academics and practitioners in computer field: A citation analysis of a national conference proceeding. Information Processing and Management, 1978, 14 (6): p. 395-404.

AUTHOR (S). Title. City, publisher, year. Number of pages.
SHACKELFORD, R. CROSS, J. H., et al. Computing Curricula 2005: The Overview Report. ACM / IEEE Computer Society, 2005. 62 p.

Parts of books:
AUTHOR (S). Title section. In: Name editor. Title book. City: Publisher, year. Volume, Pages.
MAHONEY, M. S. What Was the Question? The Origins of the Theory of Computation. In: Akera, A. and Aspray, W. (Editors). Using History to Teach Computer Science and Related Disciplines. Washington, DC: Computer Research Association, 2004, p. 225-232.

AUTHOR (S). Title. Thesis class, institution, city, year.
DODIG-Crnkovic, G. Computer science in a theory of science discourse. Master Thesis in Computer Science. Department of Computer Science. Mälardalen University, 2002.

Congress Lecture:
AUTHOR (S). Title of article. In: Name of the event. Name of Memories. Place of publication: publisher, year, pages.
STEVENSON, D. E. Science, computational science, and computer science: at a crossroads. In: Proceedings of the 1993 ACM conference on Computer science. ACM Conference on Computer science. Indianapolis: ACM, 1993, p. 7-14.

Electronic source:
AUTHOR (S). Title of article. [Type of medium] ezine title, year. [Accessed]. Available at: [URL].
YUAN, A.; JEANNETTE, J., et al. Characterizing and Mining the Citation Graph of the Computer Science Literature. [Online]. Knowledge and Information Systems. 2004, vol. 6, [Accessed: January 12, 2010] 664-678 p. Available at:

Checklist shipment preparation
As part of the submission process, the authors are required to check off their submission that meets all of the following items, and accept that shipments do not meet these guidelines may be returned to authors.
1. We note that the contents presented in this document are the direct product of the intellectual contributions of the authors declared in it, and in the form and content of which are not being shown in parallel with any other editorial space for possible publication.
2. The uploaded file follow instructions given to the authors for this type of contribution and is in format. Doc Microsoft Word or. Odt Open Office Writer.
3. We are aware that the Journal of Computer Science provides, as part of its guidelines, the mandatory approval of academic arbitration known as peer review, to the possible incorporation of a text in its editorial process, and we are aware that the results of that opinion are final.
4. All data and references to published material are properly identified with their respective credit and included in notes and bibliographic citations that stand out as such and, in cases that require it; we have the proper authorization of the holder’s economic rights. Therefore, we declare that all materials presented are entirely free of copyright and, therefore, liable for any dispute or claim relating to intellectual property rights, exempting from liability to the University of the Sciences Computer.
5. In the event that the work submitted is approved for publication, we, author (s) and owner (s) of copyright, authorize an unlimited in time to the University of Information Sciences and publishing institution, to include the text in the Journal of Computer Science and in turn reproduce, edit, distribute, display and disseminate their content at home and abroad in print, electronic databases, repositories of pre and post publication, CD ROM, Internet or any other means known or unknown.

Sending of manuscripts

The authors with internet access can submit their work through the Web version of the journal, available in Just as collaborative proposals will be accepted in electronic format aimed at All communication between authors and contributors to the editorial group is made exclusively for this email account.
Also you can receive contributions through certified mail addressed to:

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Reparto Torrens. Boyeros
La Habana. C.P.: 19370

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