The main aim of the Information Sciences Letters is to publish refereed, well-written original research articles that describe the latest research and developments in the area of information sciences. This is a broad-based journal overing all branches of information sciences and interdisciplinary research. ISL is a peer-reviewed journal and published three times a year.
Manuscripts in all areas of Information Sciences will be considered. However, to be acceptable for publication in the ISL, papers must make significant, original and correct contributions. Mathematical papers should be clearly motivated by actual or potential application to information science phenomena.