The Journal of Korea Information and Communications Society is an official periodical journal published by the KICS. The official title is “The Journal of Korea Information and Communications Society” and the abbreviated title is “J. Korea Info. Commun. Soc.” (Shortly, “J-KICS” ). This journal was launched in 1976 and now is published monthly. The J-KICS is committed to publish original high-quality papers that advance the state-of-the-art and practical applications of information, communications, networks, and convergence technologies. Theoretical contributions presenting new concepts, techniques or analyses, applied contributions reporting on experiences and experiments, and tutorial expositions of permanent reference value are welcome. This journal covers all topics in the following three parts as: Part A covering communication theory and systems, part B covering networks and services, and part C covering convergence technologies. Potential keywords for each part (but not limited to them) can be found at the J-KICS website: J-KICS(A,B,C)_Keywords.
The Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences