African Journal of Research in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics


The journal is a result of scientific cooperation between Africa and northen countries that has taken place over the last two decades in the framework of CARI (the African Conference for the Research in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics). It is a channel for disseminating the results of this cooperation. The scientific area of the Journal includes all research topics in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics.

Scientists working in the mentioned themes are welcomed to submit papers; however particular encouragement is directed to authors that  present results coming from collaboration between Africa and Northern countries or results that were entirely obtained in Africa.

Submitted articles must describe novel research results. Articles focusing on applications of existing tools will also be considered for publication as long as they bring new insights on issues related to development.

ARIMA Journal also publishes special issues dedicated to scientific events (conferences or workshops) taking place in Africa or related to the continent. Such an issue contains, after selection, the extended versions of some of the papers presented at the event. A special issue may also be devoted to some specific topic without being tied to a scientific event. Special issues are edited under the responsability of an ad-hoc editorial team in collaboration with the Editorial board of the journal.


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