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Journal of Intelligent Computing
Aim and Scope

The aim of this international journal is to provide a platform for original and significant contributions in the field of Intelligent Computing in its wide scope. Intelligent Computing is taken here to include theory, algorithms, applications and technologies.

This journal is a forum for scientists, engineers, and practitioners to present their latest research results, ideas, developments and applications in Information retrieval on the web, Information Sciences, Artificial Intelligence, Mobile Computing, Networking, Web Content Mining, Health Informatics, Bioinformatics and IT Applications across disciplines.

The IJIC focuses on all areas of Artificial Intelligence and its application. Themes and areas of interest include, but not limited to:

1- Intelligent Agents and Cognitive Systems
1.1 Distributed Artificial Intelligence
1.2 Intelligent Complex Systems
1.3 Cognitive Agents
1.4 Intelligent Mobile Robots
1.5 Sociable Systems and Emotions Modeling

2- Computational Linguistics
2.1 Dialogue systems
2.2 Linguistic Synthesis and recognition
2.3 Natural Language Processing

3- Knowledge Engineering and Inference
3.1 Knowledge Representation
3.2 Ontology
3.3 XML technologies
3.4 Reasoning
3.5 Inference mechanisms, e.g. Fuzzy Logic

4- Machine Learning
4.1 Text and data mining
4.2 Neural Networks
4.3 Evolutionary Computation
4.4 Statistical models
4.5 Conceptual Learning

4- Cognitive Systems and nature inspired computation
4.1 Swarm Intelligence
4.2 Simulation
4.3 Dynamic systems and models, e.g. dynamic graphs

5- Applications
5.1 Intelligent approaches to Web and Grid networks management
5.2 Cognitive systems in games and serious gaming
5.3 Engineering applications of nature-inspired computation
5.4 Intelligent Interfaces
5.5 Diagnosis Systems
5.6 Domain specific Expert Systems




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