Deadline: 15th December, 2020
Journal of Simulation
Journal of Simulation (JOS) aims to publish both articles and technical notes from researchers and practitioners active in the field of simulation. In JOS, the field of simulation includes the techniques, tools, methods and technologies of the application and the use of discrete-event simulation, agent-based modelling and system dynamics.
Overview of Special Issue
This special issue will be dedicated to the 10th anniversary of the Simulation Workshop. Authors presenting at the Simulation Workshop 2020 will be invited to submit extended versions of their work for inclusion to the special issue. Contributions from academics and practitioners will be sought showcasing applied case studies and theoretical developments in the field of computer simulation. Papers will be based on work presented at the conference, including the keynotes, the panel and normal contributed papers. A paper documenting the history of the workshop will be also included. Only papers by authors presenting at SW20 will be accepted for the review process.
Academic research papers on developments in simulation methodology and analysis, applied case studies.
Antuela Tako (email@example.com), School of Business and Economics, Loughborough University, UK
Anastasia Anagnostou, Department of Computer Science, Brunel University London, London UK
Masoud Fakhimi, Surrey Business School, University of Surrey, UK
Duncan Robertson, School of Business and Economics, Loughborough University, UK
Peer review of manuscripts submitted to the special issue is conducted according to agreed and ethical peer review standards (http://journalauthors.tandf.co.uk/preparation/ethics.asp) for the publication of articles, so as to ensure the integrity of peer review and assure the quality of published articles.
All authors, peer reviewers, and referees comply with the Publisher's guidelines on the ethics of journal publishing (http://journalauthors.tandf.co.uk/preparation/ethics.asp) and respect the confidentiality of the review process, and that material under review shall be held to be the contributing author's intellectual property unless and until otherwise assigned.