Call for Chapters:

“Graph Theory”


ISBN 978-953-51-5352-8

Book edited by:

Beril Sirmacek, Dr. -Eng.

CEO, Owner of the company
The Netherlands

1. Chapter Proposal submission (1 page long): November 01, 2016
Expected Chapter Proposal review results: November 29, 2016

2. Full Chapter submission (14-20 pages long): January 28, 2017
Expected Full Chapter Review results: March 29, 2017
Expected publication date in June 2017

About the book

This book will be a self-contained collection of scholarly papers targeting an audience of practicing researchers, academics, PhD students and other scientists.

The contents of the book will be written by multiple authors and edited by experts in the field.


The authors are given the liberty of choosing a topic which best suits their current research efforts. In other words, we do not limit you in terms of the topic but encourage you to present your work. Later, when all chapter proposals are collected, the editor will give a more general direction of the book.

The area of interest and scope of the project can be described with (but are not limited to) the following keywords:
graph based segmentation, object detection, tracking, pattern recognition, machine learning weighted/unweighted graphs, directed/undirected graphs, subgraph matching, subgraph isomorphism, elastic (deformable) graph matching, voronoi graph, shortest path algorithms

Types of papers

We accept theoretical and applied scientific papers which can be presented as original research papers and review papers. The required length of the full chapters is 14-20 pages.

Some of the authors contributing to this book so far:

  • Dr. P. Titus
    Anna University, India
  • Dr. A. Krishnaa
    Mohan Lal Sukhadia University, India
  • Dr. Timothy Schroeder
    Murray State University, United States of America
  • Dr. Reji Kumar Karunakaran
    University of Kerala, India
  • Dr. Francisco Casanova-Del-Angel
    Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Mexico
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Publishing process steps and dates

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  • Opportunity to collaborate with international scholars
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Open Access Article Processing Charge

The Article Processing Charge (APC) is 690 EUR per chapter.
This is not a submission fee. Authors or their institutions/funding bodies will need to pay the APC only if the full chapter is accepted for publication. The APC covers:

  • Personal contact and support during the publishing process
  • Online manuscript tracking system to facilitate your work
  • English language copyediting - correction of grammatical, spelling, and other common errors
  • Indexing and listing across all major repositories
  • Long-term archiving
  • Discoverability - electronic citation and linking via DOI
  • XML Typesetting and pagination - web (PDF, HTML) and print files preparation
  • Permanent and unrestricted online access to your work
  • Dissemination and Promotion

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