Chinese Journal of Computers is published monthly by the Institute of Computing Technology (ICT), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), and China Computer Federation (CCF), which is the major association of Chinese people with professional interest in the field of computer. The journal is oriented in the publication of the most advanced research work in the field of computer science and technology throughout the country. It is an archival journal published in Chinese language with abstracts in English for reference on various major international catalogue systems such as Ei, CSCD, Scopus, and so on. The first issue of Chinese Journal of Computers was published in 1978, printed by Science Press. It is rated as Class T1 in the High-Quality Scientific Journals Classification Catalogue in Computing Field of China, and is recommended as Class A in the List of Chinese Science and Technology Journals by CCF.
The editorial board of Chinese Journal of Computers consists of leading specialists of the field in China, including academicians of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Chinese Academy of Engineering. Under professional and rigorous rules of reading and compiling, the Chinese Journal of Computers has been representative of high academic level in the field.
Since the journal is archival, it is assumed that the ideas presented are important, have been well analyzed, and/or empirically validated and are of value to the computer science and engineering research or practitioner community. The journal carries research papers, technical reports, brief papers, research notes, surveys, and other forms of articles on most of subjects in the field of computer science such as theory of computer science, hardware and architecture, software, artificial intelligence, data science and engineering, computer networks, information security, multimedia and graphics and other applications.