AI EDAM is a journal intended to reach two audiences: engineers and
designers who see AI technologies as powerful means for solving difficult
engineering problems; and researchers in AI and computer science who are
interested in applications of AI and in the theoretical issues that arise
from such applications. The journal publishes original articles that develop
new and interesting applications based on the most up-to-date research in
all branches and phases of engineering, including analysis, synthesis and
design; manufacturing and assembly; and concurrent engineering.
Specifically, the journal is interested in the use of AI in planning,
design, analysis, simulation, spatial reasoning and graphics, manufacturing,
assembly, process planning, scheduling, numerical analysis, optimization,
distributed system and multi-agent applications. AI EDAM is also interested
in original and serious applications of state-of-the-art knowledge-based
techniques to important engineering problems (termed practicum papers). In
addition to the rapid publication and dissemination of unsolicited research
papers, AI EDAM is committed to producing issues on topics that are viewed
as both important and timely. Special issues for 1999 include Temporal Logic
in Engineering and Generative Systems in Design. AI EDAM is indexed in
Compendex Plus, SciSearch, Research Alert, and CompuMath Citation Index.
Available by subscription only.
Editor: William P. Birmingham