British Journal of Computer Science and Information Technology (BJCSIT)—Open Access Journal

British Journal of Computer Science and Information Technology (BJCSIT) ISSN: (2227-9956) is an international, cross-disciplinary, scholarly, peer-reviewed, and open-access journal of Computer Science and Information Technology. British Journal of Computer Science and Information Technology (BJCSIT) provides an advanced forum for Computer Science and Information Technological development. British Journal of Computer Science and Information Technology (BJCSIT) publishes bi-monthly (2 months/publication or 6 times a year) online by SDIP PRESS.

  • Open Access free for readers, with article processing charges (APC) paid by authors or their institutions.
  • Rapid publication: manuscripts are peer-reviewed and a first decision provided to authors approximately 4-7 working days after submission; acceptance to publication is undertaken within 5 working days.

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British Journal of Computer Science and Information Technology (BJCSIT) - Latest Articles

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Learning The board Approach for the development of Open Private Organizations utilizing Mental Maps Paper ID: BJCSIT-28-07-2019-80
Abstract : The present paper means to contribute for the scholarly capital develop on the field of open private associations (PPP). Thusly, an emotionally supportive network for the choice of the structure up and the administration of PPP extends on transportation foundation has been created dependent on the methodological help of the Information The executives (KM) Hypothesis. The previously mentioned framework considers a grouping of procedures coordinated to the prioritization positioning of learning objects, so to help directors to pick needs in regards to data and hypothetical information. This stage comprised of the accompanying advances: (a) the get together of basic achievement factors; (b) the assurance of data regions; (c) the prioritization of the necessities of data. Moreover, the assignment of learning items resulted as pursues: (a) the determination of the idea of information; (b) the recognizable proof and procurement of learning; (c) the prioritization of information objects, (d) the psychological portrayal of the objects of information. The outcomes acquired have been fulfilling, approving the procedure proposed for amassing and the prioritization of basic learning for undertakings on PPP, just as for the constitution of different components of the scholarly capital for the concession strategies and associations, most extreme out and about venture field.
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Bibliometric Investigation of Exploration Production of Branch of Science, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada College, Aurangabad Paper ID: BJCSIT-28-07-2019-79
Abstract : The paper draws out the consequence of a bibliometric investigation of research productions of division of science, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada College, Aurangabad, for the period 1975-2012. It examined all the 774 research productions from the 144 diaries. it inspects year-wise dispersion of papers, creation design, diary in which creator distribute, efficiency of workforce and order shrewd dissemination and so on discoveries, proposals and references are appeared with applicable information investigation
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Elements Impacting Knowledge Sharing Toward Development: An Investigation of Electronic Industry of Iran Paper ID: BJCSIT-28-07-2019-78
Abstract : Surviving exploration have hypothesized that advancement has indispensable job in creating businesses, and it tends to be supported by learning sharing. This exploration attempts to investigate the principle elements affecting learning partaking in electronic industry of Iran. Toward the end, 9 components were featured dependent on the 122 chiefs' supposition from 18 biggest organizations
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