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Open Systems.DBMS
The flagship russian journal of the Open Systems Publucation, publishes peer-reviewed technical content that covers all aspects of computer science, computer engineering, technology, applications and IT education. Innovative technologies for information systems architects and business leaders. Journal that professionals need to know today, and what to prepare for tomorrow to support and grow their businesses.

Open Systems Journal (ISSN 1028-7493) is published bi-monthly by the Open Systems Publishing. Open Systems Headquarters, Dobrolyubova pr., 3, bld.3, 127254, Moscow, Russia, 127254; voice +7 495 725-4780/84, +7 499 703-1854; fax +7 495 725-4783.

Target audience: Project managers, directors of IT and system departments. Technical directors, information systems’ architects, IT consultants, analysts, technical specialists, engineers and teachers.

The main themes: problems of integrating business and IT, the specialties of IT infrastructures management, problems of developing corporate networks and of information security, technologies of automation systems and real-time industrial machines implementing, data visualization and Web-integration, problems of standardization and developing corporate data storage systems, Up-to-date computer platforms; DBMS; Cloud computing; IT-management; Software engineering; IT education.

Open Systems Journal is practice oriented and based on materials of Russian practicing authors, as well as of constant Western authors, published under IEEE CS agreement.
Significant attention is paid to describing practical experience of developing and implementing concrete solutions at industrial enterprises, in research and state institutions, in transport, medicine and telecommunication companies.
Open Systems Journal has been officially included in the list of scientific magazines, recommended by the State Commission for Academic Degrees and Titles of the Ministry of Education and Science of Russian Federation for publishing the results of researched performed by aspirants for a degree of Candidate or Doctor of Science.

Editorial: Unless otherwise stated, bylined articles, as well as product and service descriptions, reflect the author’s or firm’s opinion. Inclusion in Open Systems Journal does not necessarily constitute endorsement by the Open Systems Publishing. All submissions are subject to editing for style, clarity and space.

Editorial Staff

Dmitry V. Volkov, Editor-in-Chief, Senior Research Fellow, Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics
Natalia A. Dubova, Senior Reviewer,Open Systems Publishing

Editorial Board

Valery D. Adzhiev, PhD in Computer Science, Senior Research Lecturer, The National Centre for Computer Animation, Bournemouth University, UK;
Fuad T. Aleskerov, DSc in Technical Science, Professor, National Research University Higher School of Economics;
Mikhail M. Gorbunov-Possadov, DSc in Physics and Mathematics, Assiatant professor, Moscow State University, Keldysh Institute of Apllied Mathematics, Russia;
Yuri A. Zelenkov, DSc in Technical Science, Professor, Financial University, Russia;
Sergey D. Kuznetsov, DSc in Physics and Mathematics, Professor, Moscow State University,Russia;
Sergey O. Kuznetsov, DSc in Physics and Mathematics, Professor, National Research University Higher School of Economics,Russia;
Mikhail B. Kuzminsky, PhD of chemistry, Senior research fellow, Institute of Organic Chemistry, Russian Academy of Science; Alexander I. Legalov, DSc in Technical Science,  Professor, Siberian Federal University;
Vladimir A. Suchomlin, DSc in Technical Science,  Professor, Moscow State University,Russia;
Pavel B. Khramtsov, PhD in Computer Sciences, Assistant professor, National Research Nuclear University (MEPhI),Russia;
Viktor Z. Shnitman, DSc in Technical Sciences, Professor, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology,Russia;
Igor G. Fiodorov, PhD, Professor, Plekhanov Russian University of Economics (PRUE),Russia;
Leonid K. Eisymont, PhD of physics and mathematics, Science adviser, RSI "KVANT",Russia.

Expert Review Board

Articles submitted to the Editorial Board and accepted by it for consideration are due for review by several experts in the subject matter. The usual deadline for reviewing and correcting articles is seven days for a special edition and two weeks for usual sections.
Over its of many years history, the magazine has been inviting on the board leading writers and prominent experts such as:
Valery Vasenin, doctor of physics and mathematics; director, Center of Telecommunications and Internet Technologies, Moscow State University
Kamil Valiev, academician, Russian Academy of Science; director, Institute of Physics and Technology, Russian Academy of Science
David Ioseliani, professor, correspondent member, Russian Academy of Medical Science
Alexander Kim, PhD of technics; general director, Bruk Institute of Electronic Controlling Machines
Viktor Kryukov, doctor of physics and mathematics; professor, Moscow State University
Viktor Korneev, DSc in Technical Science, professor, Academy of Federal Security Service; deputy director, Kvant research and development institute
Vladimir Korenkov, DSc in Technical Science, deputy director, Laboratory of Information Technologies, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research
Vladimir Lipaev, professor, senior research fellow, Institute for System Programming, Russian Academy of Science
Larisa Malisheva, PhD of economy; associate professor, dean of Faculty for Retraining of Specialists, Institute for Staff Retraining, Ural State Technical University
Alexander Tormasov, associate professor, candidate and physics and mathematics, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Boris Schteinberg, DSc in Technical Science, professor, Southern Federal University
Yuly Sakhin, doctor of technics, professor, head of department, Bruk Institute of Electronic Controlling Machines
Viktor Gergel, doctor of technics, professor, dean of Faculty of Computational Mathematics and Cybernetics, Nizhny Novgorod State University 

Editorial Policy

Articles accepted for consideration by the Editorial Board are due for review by two experts in the subject matter, are published free of charge.

Editoral Board is not usually recommended to publish an article in the nature of short-term (less than six months of topical) posts - Active log a lot of articles that are popular for decades. Before the transfer of materials to the Editor Board authors are encouraged to evaluate their work on the following criteria:

  • someone other than the author, can be potentially interesting article;
  • why the reader should spend your time studying film;
  • how long will the actual article, given that the normal life of publications in the Open Systems Journal is two to three years.

The editors reserve the right without the consent of the authors reduce the amount of articles with the aim of bringing it to the demands placed on the site and to the standards of typography.

ORDER REVIEWING ARTICLES, coming in the Open Systems Journal

Editorial Board establishes a correspondence film profile publications requirements for registration and forwards it to peer review, research interests are the closest to the topic. Rreviewing articles carried out by members of the Editorial Board and leading in their respective fields of high technology industry. Review period of two weeks for articles themed rooms, three weeks articles for permanent columns. At the request of the reviewer period may be extended.
On the basis of their expert estimates reviewer concludes Article:

  • recommended for publication (in its current form, taking into account the corrections noted deficiencies);
  • transfer additional review articles other specialist;
  • is not recommended for publication.

Reviewing confidential (double "blind") - not the referee reported the name of the author, and the author is given the opportunity acquainted with the text of the review without specifying the name of the reviewer. Violation Privacy is only possible in the case of application of the reviewer agrees to inform the author's name.
If in the review along with recommendations for corrective and improvement of articles, Editorial Board then sends the text to the author reviews the proposal to take into account their reviewing.
If the author and reviewer insoluble contradictions arose regarding article, the editorial board has the right to send the article to another reviewer. The final decision about the fate of articles accepted by the Editor-in-Chief.
Article not recommended reviewer for publication, to reshall not be accepted. Message about the negative reviews sent to the author by e-mail.
After the adoption of the Editorial Board decision on the admission of articles for publication the author is informed of this fact and the room in which you plan to publication of the article.
The presence of a positive review is not sufficient grounds for publication of the article - the decision on its feasibility accepted Editorial Board. The final decision Editor-in-Chief.

Clearance Items for transmission to the Editorial Board

Minimum article size - 12 thousand characters (including spaces), maximum - 24 thousand.

Article preceded annotation (volume of 500 characters) in Russian and English languages, which gives a brief introduction to the subject, who can point out a potentially interesting article and why the reader should spend their time to study it.

Before the list of authors carefully placed the list of 5-6 key words in Russian and English, adequately reflect the theme of the article.

Data about the authors indicated in Russian and English in the format: name name ( e-mail ) - position, place of work of each author, country and city.

In the case of the iterative process of finishing film until ready for publication in the journal, all repeated modifications performed in response to comments by the editors and reviewers should be required to carry out only on the received version of the paper from the editors. In this case all the places changes need to be labeled.

All sources indicate the names and initials of all authors. Links to books translated into Russian language must be accompanied by references to the original publications indicating its output. References to books should include: the name and initials of the author, book title, city, year, number of pages. References to journal articles should contain: name and initials of authors, title, journal name, year, volume (if specified), volume, pages (first and last). Links to collections (conferences, symposia) should contain: name and initials of the authors, the title of the (conference, symposium), city (location), year, volume (if specified), number (if specified), the number of pages. Links to articles in collections (materials of conferences, symposia) should contain: name and initials of authors, title of article, name of the collection (conference, symposium), city (location), year, volume (if specified), number (if specified), page (first and last, with a dash ). Links to remote access electronic resources should include: name of the resource, access mode, the date of treatment.

Examples of references and bibliographies:

Articles from journals and collections
1.Natalya A. Dubova, Author B.B. Integration in Russian. Open systems, 2013, vol. 21, no. 9, pp. 27-33.
2 . E.J. Weyuker, F.I. Vokolos. Experience with Performance Testing of Software Systems: Issues, an Approach, and Case Study // IEEE Trans. Software Eng. - 2000 . Vol. 26 , N. 12. - P. 1147-1156 .

Materials of conferences
1.Schekalev A.S. Features of the application of graphics processors to accelerate parallel computing // Fourth Moscow Supercomputer forum: Proc. Vseros. conf. ( Moscow, October 23, 2013 ) . - M.: Open Systems, 2013. - P.17 -19.