ISOS Conference Proceedings Series

About the series

Online ISSN 2738-1447
Publisher Information Society of Serbia - ISOS

ISOS Conference Proceedings Series (ISOS-CPS) is an online edition of proceedings of the annual International Conference on Information Society and Technology (ICIST). The aim of the edition is to increase the visibility of the papers published in the ICIST proceedings among wider, international research community. 

The books in this edition publish only high quality, peer-reviewed research on the different topics related to the information society and technology domain, reported in full papers, written in English language. The specific topics differ from one to another edition and they are selected by the ICIST conference chairs. Still, in the recent years the conference has established the specific focus to the domains of information systems, software engineering (model-based software engineering), machine learning, e-learning/e-government and cyber-physical systems/Internet of things, with significant number of applications related to the challenges of the health, aging and active living and manufacturing.

The authors of publications in this edition are invited to make original submissions presenting the unpublished work which is not submitted for publication elsewhere.

The books in this edition are hosted on Eventiotic digital repository. All full-text articles published in the books in this edition are freely available for download directly from the Eventiotic platform.

All costs of the manuscript processing, publishing and related costs are covered by the publisher, and they are included in the registration fees of the annual International Conference on Information Society and Technology (ICIST). Besides conference registration fees, no other fees will be charged.



  • Principal editor: prof. dr Milan Zdravković, milan.zdravkovic (AT) gmail.com
  • Publisher: prof. dr Miodrag Ivković, yuinfo.icist (AT) gmail.com
Publication ethics and malpractice statement

Series editors

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Ivković, Miodrag
University of Novi Sad, Technical Faculty “Mihajlo Pupin”
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Konjović, Zora
Singidunum University
Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad
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Zdravković, Milan
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Niš
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Trajanović, Miroslav
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Niš

Books in this series

ICIST 2018 Proceedings

Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Information Society and Technology, ISBN: 978-86-85525-22-3, 2018

ICIST 2019 Proceedings

Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Information Society and Technology, ISBN: 978-86-85525-24-7, 2019

ICIST 2020 Proceedings

Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Information Society and Technology, ISBN: 978-86-85525-24-7, 2020

ICIST 2021 Proceedings

Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Information Society and Technology, ISBN: 978-86-85525-24-7, 2021

ICIST 2022 Proceedings

Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Information Society and Technology, ISBN: 978-86-85525-24-7, 2022

ICIST 2023 Proceedings

Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Information Society and Technology, ISBN: 978-86-85525-24-7, 2023

Author rights and permissions


ISOS Conference Proceedings Series (ISOS-CPS) is committed to supporting the authors to disseminate their research and by doing so, maximize its impact. When submitting the manuscript for review by the IPC of the annual International Conference on Information Society and Technology (ICIST), the corresponding author is asked to transfer (with agreement of all co-authors) the copyright ownership in the submitted manuscript, to the ISOS-CPS. If the submitted manuscript is withdrawn or rejected, this transfer will be null and void.

ISOS-CPS adopts Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives (CC-BY-NC-ND) 4.0 International License, which governs how authors, publishers and the wider general public can use, publish and distribute articles.

Authors may:

  • read, print and download the articles,
  • redistribute or republish the final article (e.g. display in a repository),
  • translate the article for private use only and not for distribution,
  • download for text and data mining purposes,
  • reuse portions or extracts from the article in other works,
  • not sell or re-use the article for commercial purposes.

A digital file of the article published in ISOS-CPS or the link to the published article may be made publicly available on any websites or repositories, under the condition that the posting must be for non-commercial purposes. The examples of websites or repositories include but are not restricted to: authors' personal websites, preprint servers, employer’s institutional websites, third party institutional or subject-based repositories.

IPC and review process


All articles published in the edition proceedings are based on the double-blind peer-reviewed submissions. 

The extended abstracts submitted to ICIST conference are reviewed by 2-5 reviewers, the members of the International Programme Committee (IPC) of the conference. 

The extended abstracts are introduced with aim to facilitate objective and effective review process, based on structured submissions. They are four pages long reports, structured by using the common outline of the research article (title, abstract, keywords, motivation, research questions, methodology, solution/discussion, references). 

For each of the ICIST conferences, IPC is formed based on the invitation. The invitations are sent by the co-chairs of the conference, after selecting from the pool of the respectable researchers with the international recognition in their own research areas.

The IPC are truly international. For example, out of 47 members of ICIST 2021’s IPC, 21 were from Serbia, 26 from abroad, with total of 16 countries represented.

Conference strongly encourages the participation of early-stage researchers in the work of IPC.

The principles of reasonable deadlines and balanced workload are introduced to ensure the maximum response of the IPC, both in accepting the invitations and timely review submission, thereby avoiding the assessment under pressure. Each IPC member is invited to review maximum of 1-2 submissions.

Publication ethics and malpractice statement



ISOS Conference Proceedings Series (ISOS-CPS) is an online edition of proceedings of the annual International Conference on Information Society and Technology (ICIST).

Information Society of Serbia – ISOS, as a publisher of the series is strongly and continuously committed to safe-guarding the principles of ethical and responsible research. The commitment is expressed in this publication ethics and malpractice statement. The document has been drafted as highly collaborative effort of the publisher staff and ICIST conference co-chairs, coordinated by the principal editor. It also embeds the feedback by some members of the International Program Committees of the ICIST’s conference past editions. The document is inspired by the Code of Conduct and Best-Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors (Committee on Publication Ethics, 2011); several similar documents of the renown publishers have been used in comparative analysis which results guided the approval of the final version of this document.

Anyone who believes that the research published in this series, or the process that led to publishing a research in this series, do not comply with the principles listed in this document is invited to report that concern to the principal editor of the series.

Authors duties

Originality, plagiarism and acknowledgement of sources

Authors will ensure that all submitted contributions contain original work, not published or not submitted for publishing elsewhere. Authors will appropriately cite any work and/or words of others. Plagiarism in any of its forms is an unethical publishing behavior and it is unacceptable. Authors will comply with any of the editors' and/or publisher requests for proof of authorship and originality in a timely manner.


Authors ensure that all coauthors (all persons who made substantial contributions to the work reported in the manuscript (such as technical help, writing and editing assistance, general support) and no inappropriate coauthors are included in the author list. Authors will verify that all coauthors have seen and approved the final version of the manuscript and agreed to its submission for publication.

Quality standards

Authors will ensure that all submitted contributions are meeting the highest standards for scholar communication, formatted by using the predefined templates and referenced by using the predefined referencing system.

Responsible data management

Authors will ensure that all data involved in the published research work is collected, curated, stored and maintained by using the highest ethical standards, with special treatment of data including personal information. If asked, authors will provide the raw data of their study together with the manuscript for editorial review.


Authors will cooperate fully with the publisher by responding promptly to editors’ requests for clarifications and copyright permissions. Authors will remain in continuous, committed and timely collaboration with editors' to solve any of the ethical issues arising before or after publishing, including providing appropriate information for errata, if necessary.

Responsibilities of the reviewers

Quality, objectivity and promptness

Reviewers will ensure that a thorough, objective, fair, blind and timely peer review with clear formulation of the observations and with supporting arguments, is conducted, without prejudices. Personal criticism of the authors is not acceptable. Reviewers will review the assigned papers only if their topics are in the reviewers’ expertise. Reviewers will immediately notify the editors and decline the invitation to review if they feel unqualified to review the manuscript or realize that its review within the deadline will be impossible so that alternative reviewers can be contacted. Reviewers will communicate with editors with regard to any unclear issues during the review process.

Plagiarism and acknowledgement of sources

Reviewers will report any kind of suspected ethical misconduct to the editor, including any substantial similarity or overlap between the manuscript under consideration and any other manuscript (published or unpublished) of which they have personal knowledge. Reviewers will ensure that any statement that is an observation, derivation or argument that has been reported in previous and other publications should be accompanied by the appropriate citation.

Confidentiality and conflict of interest

Reviewers will regard the reviewed work as confidential and thus, not discuss its content or the authors with the others. Reviewers will immediately remove themselves from the process in case of any kind of conflict of interest, including sharing the affiliation with the authors, so that alternative reviewers can be contacted in time.

Responsibilities of the editors


Editors will decide on the authorization of the publishing of the submitted work based on the relevance to the series scope, reviewers' scores and the requirements related to originality of the work only. The editor will evaluate the manuscripts without regard to the authors’ race, gender, sexual orientation, ethnic origin, citizenship, religious belief, political philosophy or institutional affiliation.

Confidentiality, disclosure and conflict of interest

Editors will not disclose any information about a submitted manuscript to anyone other than the corresponding author, reviewers, potential reviewers, and the publisher, as appropriate. Editors will not use unpublished information disclosed in a submitted manuscript for their own research purposes without the authors’ explicit written consent.

Quality of the review process

Editors will assign submitted papers for review to the reviewers with appropriate expertise, skills and experience. Editors will ensure that all potential reviewers from the reviewers’ pool have submitted their previous consent to participate in the process and that they are informed about the timeline of the review process and number of papers to review, in advance. Editors will ensure that timeline of the review process is appropriate, allowing thorough assessment and time for clarifying any kind of found issues.

Openness and responsiveness

Editors will remain continuously available for any question by the potential authors and reviewers, related to the submission and review process and associated topics. Editors will provide the right to appeal any editorial decision. Editors will take responsive measures when ethical concerns are raised with regard to a submitted manuscript or published paper. If the result of the investigation shows that the ethical concern is well-founded, a correction, retraction, expression of concern or another note as relevant, will be published.

Responsibilities of the publisher

Publisher will commit to ensure the fastest publication process and continuous free access to the published articles.

Publisher will take all appropriate measures to clarify the alleged or proven scientific misconduct, fraudulent publication or plagiarism and to amend the article in question.

Publisher will make the best effort to ensure the maximum visibility of the published papers among the relevant communities.

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