The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) has announced that its esteemed publication, Transactions on Evolutionary Learning and Optimization (TELO), has been chosen for inclusion in Elsevier's renowned Scopus abstract and indexing database. This milestone will make TELO's valuable content accessible to researchers at 7,000 of the world's foremost academic and research institutions. Entry into the Scopus database is a highly competitive achievement, determined by a panel of impartial subject matter experts.
Launched in 2004, Scopus encompasses nearly 36,400 journals published by approximately 11,678 reputable publishers, serving as an indispensable resource for researchers across diverse fields.
In the selection of TELO for inclusion in the Scopus database, evaluators took into account various factors. These factors encompassed TELO's position within an engaging and vibrant research domain, the journal's track record of attracting high-quality articles, the volume of citations it has garnered, and the caliber of its editorial board. All journals featured in the Scopus database undergo an annual assessment, evaluating their quality against four distinct numerical metrics: the h-Index, CiteScore, SJR (SCImago Journal Rank), and SNIP (source-normalized impact per paper).
This achievement not only underscores TELO's rapid ascent within the academic community but also highlights ACM's commitment to facilitating the dissemination of high-quality research across the globe. The inclusion of TELO in the Scopus database will undoubtedly enhance its reach and impact in the field of evolutionary learning and optimization.Click here to read the original press release.