Call for Special Issues
Proposals are invited for guest editorship of special issues of the
Journal of Intelligent Systems. A special issue can consist either of
a single or a double issue of the journal, with papers conforming to a
single theme within the general scope of the Journal. Special issue themes
should be topical and of interest to an interdisciplinary readership. Special
issues should consist of original papers not published elsewhere (either
in journals or as conference proceedings). An introductory editorial paper
should integrate and link the themes of the original papers.
Recent special issue topics include:
Intelligent Systems, Consciousness and Cognition: New Approaches.
Application of Neural Networks.
Computational Intelligent Diagnostic Systems in Medicine.
Presentation, Perception and Parables.
Improving the Design of Intelligent Systems: Outstanding Problems and
Some Methods for their Solution.
Modelling for Applications System Design.
Games, Simulation and Human-Computer Interfaces.
The Social Context of Intelligent Systems.
Submit proposals to: Professor Michael Wright, Department
of Human Sciences, Brunel University, Uxbridge, UB8 3PH, U.K.