About the Journal

ISSN: 1678-4804

The Journal of the Brazilian Computer Society (JBCS) is a publication of the Brazilian Computing Society (SBC). It is an international journal that serves as a forum for disseminating innovative research in all fields of computer science and related subjects. Contents include theoretical, practical, and experimental papers reporting original research contributions and high-quality survey papers.

Topics covered by JBCS extend to all computer science topics, computer systems development, and formal and theoretical aspects of computing, including:

  • algorithms and complexity;
  • artificial intelligence and machine learning;
  • computational biology;
  • computer architecture;
  • computer graphics and visualization;
  • computer music;
  • computers and society;
  • computer vision and pattern recognition;
  • data engineering and information retrieval;
  • electronic government;
  • embedded systems;
  • games and digital entertainment;
  • geoinformatics;
  • high-performance computing;
  • human-computer interaction;
  • image processing;
  • information and computational systems security;
  • logic;
  • multimedia and web systems;
  • optimization;
  • natural language processing;
  • software engineering;
  • ubiquitous computing;
  • virtual reality;
  • VLSI design and software-hardware co-design;
  • ...and much more.

Important information

- JBCS is very rigorous with the submission format. Please visit https://sol.sbc.org.br/journals/index.php/jbcs/about/submissions to know more about the guidelines.

- If you are submitting a Special Issue paper, please inform it in the submission email.

Diamond Open access

JBCS is open access and free of charge for both authors and readers. All articles published by JBCS are made freely and permanently accessible online immediately upon publication, without subscription charges or registration barriers. We believe the adopted policy brings greater visibility to published articles by eliminating economic and geographic barriers and making them available to a broad, global audience.


Authors of articles published in JBCS retain the copyright of their articles and authorize SBC to publish them under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International Public License (CC BY-NC 4.0). Thus, the authors or third parties can reproduce or distribute, in part or in whole, content extracted from the published articles, verbatim, adapted, or remixed, provided that the appropriate credits are attributed to the authors and the original publication.