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The Emergence and Historical Development of Informatics and Computing Disciplines in Selected European Countries and the USA
This article presents an overview that compares the historical tendencies in defining informatics as a new discipline, subject area or field of study focused on the design and application of computer technology. Apart from computer construction, the focus is on two major areas: computational processes and information processes....
Influence of Non-Linearity on Selected Cryptographic Criteria of 8x8 S-Boxes
The article defines standard criteria used to characterize the cryptographic quality of the S box: regularity, non linearity, autocorrelation, avalanche and immunity against differential cryptanalysis. The values of autocorrelation, avalanche and immunity against differential cryptanalysis for regular 8x8 S-boxes with non-linearity...
The 25th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS 2017)
This short note reports on my experience from The 25th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS). The conference was titled “Information Systems for a smart, sustainable and inclusive world“, and took place in Guimarães, Portugal in June 2017. I discuss the thematic focus of the conference and its...
HACS: A Hybrid Framework for Continuous Flexible and Controlled Architecting
Systems like e-voting, e-banking or e-health must offer flexibility to continuously meet technical and legal changing requirements and must at the same time guarantee robustness to respect their security and sensitivity. Component Based Software Engineering (CBSE) and Service Oriented Software Engineering (SOSE) with their...
Definition of Business Rules Using Business Vocabulary and Semantics
This paper discusses the definition of business rules using business vocabulary and semantics. At the beginning business rules, business vocabulary and semantics of business rules are specified. There is also outlined the current state of research on this topic. Then the definition and formalization of business rules using...
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Problems with IPv6 Implementation
The aim of the article is to describe the current status of IPv6 implementation in the Czech Republic and in the world, including the comparison of the different IPv4 and IPv6 transition mechanisms and the outlook for the future. The article is based on extensive research of current sources related to this issue, available...
Data Mining from Open Fiscal Data
Data mining methods are still more popular, even in domains where there is traditionally limited support by analytical tools and where the analyst´s manual work still prevails. Using these methods in the fiscal domain enables deeper analysis and can bring new findings. The deployment of data mining methods is one part of...
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Acta Informatica Pragensia (ISSN 1805-4951) is a peer-reviewed journal on social and business aspects of informatics that uses the Open Access model of sharing scientific knowledge. The aim of the journal is to actively support research and professional activities by offering a publication platform that is available worldwide and is free of charge. The journal covers a broad range of topics dealing with the social and business aspects of informatics. It covers mainly the theory and application of enterprise information systems, as well as interactions between information and communications technologies (ICT) and people.
In the business domain, we especially seek the empirical and design type of research with practical applications, such as research articles concerned with the current problems of IT managers and IT professionals working in various types of organizations. In the social domain, we particularly welcome submissions that emphasize the interdisciplinary nature of ICT when considering its application and impact on the society.
New website and editorial system
The journal is now using a new design of the website and new editorial system Actavia. We hope you will appreciate the change as much as we do.
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The Editorial Board has an international profile. The journal has five main sections, each with its own Section Editor-in-Chief:
Michal Dolezel ǀ Section Editor-in-Chief
Information Systems Development
Miloslav Hub ǀ Section Editor-in-Chief
Public Administration Informatics
Stanislava Mildeova ǀ Section Editor-in-Chief
Zdenek Smutny ǀ Section Editor-in-Chief
Ondrej Zamazal ǀ Section Editor-in-Chief
Knowledge technology and the WWW