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JAIT encourages a multidisciplinary approach towards solving problems by harnessing the power of IT in the following areas (the list is indicative and not necessarily exhaustive):

1. Healthcare and Biomedicine - advances in healthcare and biomedicine e.g. for fighting impending dangerous diseases - using IT to model transmission patterns and effective management of patients’ records; expert systems to help diagnosis, etc.

2. Environmental Management - climate change management, environmental impacts of events such as rapid urbanization and mass migration, air and water pollution (e.g. flow patterns of water or airborne pollutants), deforestation (e.g. processing and management of satellite imagery), depletion of natural resources, exploration of resources (e.g. using geographic information system analysis).

3. Popularization of Ubiquitous Computing - foraging for computing / communication resources on the move (e.g. vehicular technology), smart / ‘aware’ environments, security and privacy in these contexts; human-centric computing; possible legal and social implications.

4. Commercial, Industrial and Governmental Applications - how to use knowledge discovery to help improve productivity, resource management, day-to-day operations, decision support, deployment of human expertise, etc. Best practices in e-commerce, e-commerce, e-government, IT in construction/large project management, IT in agriculture (to improve crop yields and supply chain management), IT in business administration and enterprise computing, etc. with potential for cross-fertilization.

5. Social and Demographic Changes - provide IT solutions that can help policy makers plan and manage issues such as rapid urbanization, mass internal migration (from rural to urban environments), graying populations, etc.

6. IT in Education and Entertainment - complete end-to-end IT solutions for students of different abilities to learn better; best practices in e-learning; personalized tutoring systems. IT solutions for storage, indexing, retrieval and distribution of multimedia data for the film and music industry; virtual / augmented reality for entertainment purposes; restoration and management of old film/music archives.

7. Law and Order - using IT to coordinate different law enforcement agencies’ efforts so as to give them an edge over criminals and terrorists; effective and secure sharing of intelligence across national and international agencies; using IT to combat corrupt practices and commercial crimes such as frauds, rogue/unauthorized trading activities and accounting irregularities; traffic flow management and crowd control.

The main focus of the journal is on technical aspects (e.g. data mining, parallel computing, artificial intelligence, image processing (e.g. satellite imagery), video sequence analysis (e.g. surveillance video), predictive models, etc.), although a small element of social implications/issues could be allowed to put the technical aspects into perspective. In particular, we encourage a multidisciplinary / convergent approach based on the following broadly based branches of computer science for the application areas highlighted above:

· Computational Biology, Biomedicine, Bio-informatics and Biometrics
· Advances in AI and Soft Computing
· Learning and Evolutionary Computing, Evolutionary Algorithm, Genetic Algorithms
· Cognitive Science, Mathematical Linguistics
· Computational Intelligence, Neuroscience, Intelligent Systems and Agent
· Expert systems & Decision Making
· Neural Networks, Fuzzy Logic, Reasoning
· Chaos Theory, Dynamical Systems
· Information and Knowledge
· DNA Computing
· Nano-Computing
· Quantum Computing
· Natural Computing
· Language and Search Engine, Information Retrieval
· Information Security
· Data Engineering, Database, Data Mining, Data Warehouse, Data Fusion
· Digital Library
· Pervasive Computing
· Non-technical but relevant topics such as Information Policy, Ethics and Legal issues as appropriate.
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