Ubiquitous Computing and Communication Journal
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Indexing

Indexing, Abstracting, and Archiving

Each of the UbiCC articles are archived and indexed with prestigious academic indexes including ResearcherID - Clarivate, DOAJ, Google Scholar, Informatics, ProQuest CSA Technology Research Database, University of Karlsruhe, Germany, Georgetown University Library and Washington University.

The databases provide an ongoing, permanent online archive of Ubiquitous Computing and Communication Journal articles, and migrates content from one file format to another as technology changes and as file formats become obsolete. Even in the event that UbiCC ceases operations or is unable to deliver articles worldwide, our archiving partners make certain that UbiCC entire scholarly journal collection is preserved for future scholars, researchers, and students. We will continue to enhance our indexing and archiving systems and stay up to date with evolving industry standards.

Ubiquitous Computing and Communication Journal articles are archived according to leading industry standards. We are pleased to participate in LOCKSS, one of the respected independent archives of scholarly journals. LOCKSS, based at Stanford University Libraries, is an international community initiative that provides libraries with digital preservation tools and support so that they can easily and inexpensively collect and preserve their own copies of authorized e-content. LOCKSS, in its eleventh year, provides libraries with the open-source software and support to preserve today’s web-published materials for tomorrow’s readers while building their own collections and acquiring a copy of the assets they pay for, instead of simply leasing them. LOCKSS provides 100% post cancellation access.
 

 Academic Databases
The articles accepted and published with Ubiquitous Computing and Communication Journal (UbiCC) are indexed with the following academic databases.

ResearcherID - Clarivate ResearcherID is your place to manage and share your professional information. Solve author identity issues while simultaneously adding dynamic citation metrics and collaboration networks to your personal profile.

ProQuest's CSA Illumina database pertains to research and application in the field of computer science, which is updated on a monthly basis.

The print version of Ulrichsweb has been published since 1932. The online version provides web-based and Z39.50 linking to library catalogs.

CiteSeerX is a public academic database, digital library and repository for scientific and academic papers with a focus on computer and information science at the College of Information Sciences and Technology, Pennsylvania State University.

DOAJ lists open access journals, that is, scientific and scholarly journals that meet high quality standards by exercising peer review or editorial quality control and are free to all from the time of publication based on Budapest Open Access Initiative (BOAI).

Google Scholar is a freely accessible web search engine that indexes the full text of scholarly literature across an array of publishing formats and disciplines.

ScientificCommons is a project of the University of St. Gallen Institute for Media and Communications Management. The major aim of the project is to develop the world’s largest peer-reviewed archive of scientific knowledge with fulltexts freely accessible to the public.

WorldCat is a union catalog which itemizes the collections of 71,000 libraries in 112 countries which participate in the Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) global cooperative. It is built and maintained collectively by the participating libraries. It is forty years old today.
 

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The UbiCC articles are being processed for inclusion in DBLP. DBLP (Digital Bibliography & Library Project) is a computer science bibliography website hosted at Universität Trier, in Germany. It was originally a database and logic programming bibliography site, and has existed at least since the 1980s. DBLP listed more than 1.3 million articles on computer science in January 2010.