Machine Learning (journal)
|1986 to present|
In 2001, forty editors and members of the editorial board of Machine Learning resigned in order to support the Journal of Machine Learning Research (JMLR), saying that in the era of the internet, it was detrimental for researchers to continue publishing their papers in expensive journals with pay-access archives. Instead, they wrote, they supported the model of JMLR, in which authors retained copyright over their papers and archives were freely available on the internet.
- "Editorial Board of the Kluwer Journal, Machine Learning: Resignation Letter". SIGIR Forum. 35 (2). 2001.
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