The Journal of Web Semantics addresses various prominent application areas including: e-business, e-community, knowledge management, e-learning, digital libraries and e-sciences.
The Journal of Web Semantics features a multi-purpose web site, which can be found at: http://www.semanticwebjournal.org/. Readers are also encouraged to visit the Journal of Web Semantics blog, at http://journalofwebsemantics.blogspot.com/ for more information and related links.
The Journal of Web Semantics includes, but is not limited to, the following major technology areas:
• The Semantic Web
• Knowledge Technologies
• Semantic Grid and Peer-to-Peer Technology
• Information Retrieval
• Language Technology
• Human-Computer Interaction
• Knowledge Discovery
• Web Standards
Major application areas that are covered by the Journal of Web Semantics are:
• Knowledge Management
• Digital Libraries
Each of these areas is covered by an area editor who supports the editors-in-chief. Furthermore, area editors manage the review process for submitted papers in the respective areas.
The Journal of Web Semantics publishes four types of papers:
• Research papers: Research papers are judged by originality, technical depth and correctness, as well as interest to our target readership. Research papers are recommended to have 15 - 25 pages in double column format.
• Survey papers: We rarely accept survey papers, and beyond a sheer enumeration of relevant methods and systems, we expect a substantial technical insight to be gained by a survey paper. Survey papers are recommended to have 15 - 25 pages in double column format.
• Ontology papers: We publish community-oriented description of ontology papers, if they generate interests from real-world users and semantic Web experts. Ontology papers are recommended to have 6 - 8 pages in double column format. Interested authors may here find a detailed Call-for-Ontology papers
• System papers: Widely adopted semantic systems and systems that generate a far above average amount of interest in the Semantic Web community, may be explained in systems papers. Systems papers are recommended to have 6 - 8 pages in double column format. Interested authors may here find a detailed Call-for-System papers
Shorter or longer papers are allowable, if the objectives of a paper warrant deviating length. Descriptions that are either unnecessarily short or long will negatively impact chances of acceptance.
|Issue volume||Issue year||Planned ship date||Actual ship date|
|66C||2021||Feb 01, 2021||Feb 04, 2021|
|67C||2021||Mar 26, 2021||Mar 19, 2021|
|68C||2021||May 31, 2021||May 20, 2021|
|69C||2021||Jun 24, 2021||Jun 17, 2021|
|70C||2021||Oct 11, 2021|
|71C||2021||Nov 10, 2021|
|72C||2022||Mar 07, 2022|
|73C||2022||Jun 09, 2022|
|74C||2022||Sep 09, 2022|
|75C||2022||Dec 12, 2022|