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Journal of The Franklin Institute

The Journal of The Franklin Institute has an established reputation for publishing high-quality papers in the field of engineering and applied mathematics. Its current focus is on information and communication systems, signal processing, wavelets, sensor fusion, computer and communication networks, neural networks, control theory, nonlinear dynamics, fractals, and chaos theory.

The editors and the editorial board encourage authors to put forth evolving new topics for publication provided they fall within the current scope of the journal as noted above. Special focus issues with a strong theoretical foundation in newly evolving topics are planned for the future.

All submitted papers are peer-reviewed. The journal will publish original research papers and research review papers of substance. Papers are judged upon possible lasting value, which has been and continues to be the strength of the Journal of The Franklin Institute.

For submission guidelines, please contact:

Managing Editor, Journal of The Franklin Institute
222 North 20th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103-1194
USA
Email: journal@fi.edu
Telephone: 215.448.1349
Fax: 215.448.1364

For more details, including sample issues and tables of contents, please see: www.sciencedirect.com.


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