The Mediterranean Journal of Measurement and Control covers - but not limited to:
All Aspects of Control Theory and its Applications ( Linear, Nonlinear, Robust, State Space and Multivariable, Self-Tuning, Adaptive, Optimal, predictive, and others);
System Identification and Parameter Estimation;
Intelligent Systems and Applications (fuzzy logic, neural networks, genetic algorithms, others);
Mathematical Modelling and simulation;
Machine Vision and Pattern Recognition;
Mechatronics and Robotics;
New Sensors/Instruments and Signal Processing;
Advanced Manufacturing Systems;
Man/Machine Interface and Human Factors;
Computing for Measurement, Control and Automation
Industrial Networks and Communication protocols (FieldBuses, OPC, and others);
Papers may be from the following categories:
Design: Present a complete "how-to" guide. Connect design procedures to first principles. Explicitly state necessary heuristics and limits of applicability. Provide evidence that the procedures are practicable.
Analysis: Clearly develop a fundamental, theoretical analysis of a practice-relevant issue. Explicitly state implications and recommendations for its application. Provide credible examples.
Application: Present the results of new (or under-utilized) techniques or novel applications. Provide a complete description of results, including pilot- or plant-scale experimental data, and a revelation of heuristics and shortcomings.