[robotics-worldwide] [journals] Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence: call for papers

Volker Krüger vok at m-tech.aau.dk
Sat Oct 1 11:07:30 PDT 2016


The Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence is a journal from ELSEVIER, and of IFAC, the International Federation of Automatic Control
www.journals.elsevier.com/eaai
Impact factor 2.207

Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques are now being used by the practicing engineer to solve a whole range of hitherto intractable problems. This Journal provides an international forum for rapid publication of work describing the practical application of AI methods in all branches of engineering. Focal points of the journal include innovative applications of:

• Real-time intelligent automation, including control theory

• Architectures, algorithms and techniques for distributed AI systems

• Decision-support systems

• Aspects of reasoning: case-based, non-monotonic and approximate reasoning,

• Metaheuristics and applications in global optimization: evolutionary algorithms, swarm intelligence, nature and biologically inspired metaheuristics, etc.,

• Knowledge processing, representation, compaction, bases, expert systems
• Neural networks, fuzzy systems, neuro-fuzzy systems
• Deep learning and real world applications
• Perception, pattern recognition, vision systems, speech recognition and synthesis • Aspects of software engineering

• Self-organizing, emerging or bio-inspired systems
• Big data analytics, Internet-of-things and cyber-physical systems

• Intelligent transportation systems & smart vehicles
• Industrial experiences in the application of the above techniques Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence publishes:
• Survey papers / tutorials
• Contributed papers — detailed expositions of new research or applications • Case studies or software reviews

• IFAC EAAI Forum — problems arising from engineering practice, needing to be solved by somebody; solutions to problems discussed in this forum or elsewhere; critiques of a position or claim found in the literature.




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