Advances in Intelligent Systems Research
(ISSN 1951-6851)

During the past decade computer science research in understanding and reproducing human intelligence has expanded from the more traditional approaches like psychology, logics and artificial intelligence into multiple other areas, including neuroscience research.

Moreover, new results in biology, chemistry, (surface) physics and gene technology, but also in network technology are greatly affecting current research in computer science, including the development of intelligent systems. At the same time, computer science's new results are increasingly being applied in these fields allowing for important cross-fertilisations.

This series aims at publishing proceedings from all disciplines dealing with and affecting the issue of understanding and reproducing intelligence in artificial systems.

Also, the series is open for publications concerning the application of intelligence in networked or any other environment and the extraction of meaningful data from large data sets.

Research fields covered by the series include:

- Fuzzy sets
- Machine learning
- Autonomous agents
- Evolutionary systems
- Robotics and autonomous systems
- Semantic web, incl. web services, ontologies and grid computing
- Biological systems
- Artificial Intelligence, incl. knowledge representation, logics
- Neural networks
- Constraint satisfaction
- Computational biology
- Information sciences
- Computer vision, pattern recognition
- Computational neuroscience

Publishing information
The series aims at publishing original proceedings from international conferences. With a fast turnaround time and free access on the Internet, the proceedings in this series provide an excellent means for conferences and their participants to quickly publish their articles to the widest possible audience.

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The AISR-series as a whole has as an ISSN-number (i.c. ISSN: 1951-6851), where each individual volume of proceedings will have its own ISBN-number.

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Published Volumes
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