Artificial Intelligence in Engineering

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Subject: Artificial Intelligence in Engineering
Date: Sun, 2 Apr 2000 18:19:41 -0400 (EDT)

Artificial Intelligence in Engineering

Note: Continued as Advanced Engineering Informatics

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/14740346
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This journal is dedicated to advancing the capabilities of engineering
problem-solving through novel and real world applications of Artificial
Intelligence (AI) and related techniques. It recognises simultaneously
that engineering problem-solving presents major challenges to AI research
and development and that engineering will gain from discovering new and
effective ways of applying human-based skills in formulating and solving
problems.

The journal offers, therefore, a unique forum for the exchange of
information, views and results amongst workers with different backgrounds
and different world views who share a common interest in engineering
applications of AI.

The scope of the journal covers the spectrum of engineering activities,
including engineering research, planning, design, manufacturing, computer
integrated manufacturing, construction, commissioning, maintenance,
operation, transportation, distribution and services.

It also includes engineering systems with built-in intelligence such as
machine tools, automatically guided vehicles, robots, aircraft and
printers, as well as appliances which are capable of exhibiting
intelligent behaviour such as intelligent self-regulation, learning,
negotiating, self-scheduling, self-diagnosing, self-repair, vision and
speech recognition.

All aspects of applied AI are covered, including knowledge-based systems,
experts systems, neural networks, genetic algorithms, intelligent agents,
reasoning, learning, natural language, fuzzy logic, pattern recognition,
search and intelligent interfaces.

Access to the journal is by subscription only.

Contact:

J.C. Kunz , editor
kunz@ce.stanford.edu

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Original posting date: 
Saturday, May 6, 2000
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