IEEE T-CIAIG CFP: Second Issue
- Dear gp-ers,
see below - we'd like to encourage more GP papers
to be submitted to this journal. It is a wonderfully rich
and challenging domain for GP.
Call for Papers
IEEE Transactions on Computational Intelligence and AI in Games
Papers are invited for consideration for the second issue due to be
in June 2009. This is an excellent opportunity to submit your work to
journal with a thorough yet rapid review process. Currently the
average time between
submission and first decision is under six weeks.
Timeline for second issue:
* Submission: Jan 15 2009
* Decision: Mar 15 2009
* Final copy: April 15 2009
The IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND AI in GAMES
(TCIAIG), published four times a year, publishes archival journal
quality original papers in computational intelligence and related areas
in artificial intelligence applied to games, including but not limited
to video games, mathematical games, human-computer interactions in
games, and games involving physical objects. Emphasis will also be
placed on the use of these methods to improve performance in and
understanding of the dynamics of games, as well as gaining insight into
the properties of the methods as applied to games. It will also include
using games as a platform for building intelligent embedded agents for
the real world. Papers connecting games to all areas of computational
intelligence and traditional AI will be considered.
Every effort is made to ensure minimum delay from submission to
publication. Authors have a key role to play in minimising the delay
between initial submission and publication, largely by ensuring that
manuscripts are of high quality both in terms of content and
presentation. Use of a proof-reading service is highly recommended for
any authors who are not native English speakers.
When the final version of a manuscript is accepted, it is immediately
published electronically on IEEE Xplore and given a Digital Object
Identifier (DOI), at which time it enters the queue for publication in
the paper version. In line with the IEEE's policy on scholarly
publishing, authors are also free to archive the PDF of the published
paper on their own web-site or institutional repository.
For manuscripts that are accepted without revision it is
entirely feasible that they could be published within twelve
weeks of the initial submission.
Simon M. Lucas
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