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Prostor : a scholarly journal of architecture and urban planning
The scholarly journal PROSTOR publishes primarily scientific papers in the field of architecture and urbanism including papers from other scientific disciplines if they thematically fall within its scope. The journal PROSTOR is included in the humanities journal list according to UDK scientific classification [71/72], ISI [Institut for Scientific Information − Thomson Reuters] classification, and ESF [European Science Foundation] classification. Since 2007 it has been indexed in one of the three databases of the Web of Science [WoS] − Arts & Humanities Citation Index [A&HCI], equivalent to the SCI database for science and applied sciences, and SSCI for social sciences.
Year of publication of the first issue: 1993
Frequency (annually): 2
||Technical Sciences; Architecture and Urbanism;
Date added to Hrčak: 4. december 2006.
||PROSTOR is a primary scientific journal and accepts only previously unpublished papers which cannot be simultaneously offered in the same form to another publisher.
In addition to scientific contributions, which are subject to evaluation by reviewers, decimal classification and categorisation (original scientific papers, preliminary communications, reviews, conference papers), professional papers of analytical character will be published
exceptionally. In accordance with the above, design projects will not be published in PROSTOR, except in cases that display a highly expert or applied scientific solution for a particular issue or problem within a project, unless the content is presented in a scientific
manner (a conceptual, technical, technological or methodological problem, but not a project or a building itself).
The accompanying sections include translations, bibliographies, evaluations and reviews (of journals, books, exhibitions, conferences), the latest news and topical issues in the field, chronicle of the Faculty of Architecture as well as summaries of defended doctoral disertations and master's theses.
• Responsibility for scientific attitudes and opinions presented in the paper, the accuracy of data and the right to publish the text(s) and illustrations rests with the author(s).
• All rights (copying and commercial reproduction) reserved by the Publisher. The use of data is permitted with obligatory citation of full reference to PROSTOR.