The compiler is a scientific journal published by the Informatics department at the STTA. The first printed publication in 2012 with ISSN 2252-3839 , issues were published twice in one year, May and November . In 2016, the Compiler has an ISSN On Line 2549-2403 number which is used for publishing online using the Open Journal System (OJS). Compilers to date have been indexed in the Science and Technology Index ( SINTA ), Garba Rujukan Digital ( GARUDA ), Bielefeld University Library ( BASE ), NELITI , Microsoft Academic , Crossref and Google Scholar with h-index = 3, in scholar metric , Dimension , Havard , and Worldcat . With the increase of Compiler status as an accredited journal in accordance with Decree number 21 / E / KPT / 2018 with rank S5 for issue of Volume 5 Number 1 in 2016 - Volume 9 Number 2 in 2020, the latest Journal Compiler template (starting with Volume 7 Number 2 2018) can be downloaded here ( click ).Submitting articles to be published in the Compiler through this web site by first registering, you can read the technical instructions on the right side menu of this web. If the article sent is not the same as the template, then the editor will reject or return it before being reviewed further. Articles that have passed this stage will then be reviewed by the reviewer. Reviewers will provide an assessment and give review for changes to the articles needed so that the article is published by the Compiler. Information about article submission : Submission of articles published in May is sent no later than March 15 Submission of articles published in November is sent no later than September 15 Indexed  

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