IEEE Intelligent Systems
|IEEE Expert, IEEE Intelligent Systems & Their Applications|
Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
|IEEE Intell. Syst.|
|Edited by||Daniel Zeng|
IEEE Intelligent Systems is a bimonthly peer-reviewed academic journal published by the IEEE Computer Society and sponsored by the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence, British Computer Society, and European Coordinating Committee for Artificial Intelligence. The journal was established in 1986 as the quarterly IEEE Expert, changed to a bimonthly in 1990, changed its name to IEEE Intelligent Systems & Their Applications in 1997 (already in 1996, the journal's title had become IEEE Expert - Intelligent Systems & Their Applications with a marked emphasis put on the text Intelligent Systems). It obtained its current name in 2001. The editor-in-chief is Daniel Zeng (University of Arizona). According to the Journal Citation Reports, the journal has a 2013 impact factor of 1.920.
Hall of Fame
For its 25th anniversary, the journal composed a "Hall of Fame"' and the 10 recipients were announced in 2011.
- Edward Feigenbaum for Engineering Knowledge
- John McCarthy for Logic and Common Sense
- Marvin Minsky for Cognitive Science and AI
- Douglas Engelbart for AI and Interactive Computing
- Tim Berners-Lee for Collective Knowledge
- Lotfi Zadeh for Fuzzy Logic and Computational Intelligence
- Noam Chomsky for Computational Linguistics and Cognitive Science
- Raj Reddy for AI and Societal Impact
- Judea Pearl for Probability, Causality, and Intelligence
- Nils J. Nilsson for Problem Solving and Planning
- "IEEE Intelligent Systems". 2013 Journal Citation Reports. Web of Science (Science ed.). Thomson Reuters. 2014.
- Official website
- IEEE Expert archive on 'IEEE Xplore', 1986-1997 (incl.)
- IEEE Intelligent Systems and Their Applications archive on 'IEEE Xplore', 1998-2000 (incl.)
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