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Machine Learning Journals


Journal of Robotics

Journal of Robotics is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research articles as well as review articles in all areas of robotics.

Journal of Automated Reasoning

The interdisciplinary Journal of Automated Reasoning balances theory, implementation and application. The spectrum of coverage ranges from the presentation of a new inference rule with proof of its logical properties to a detailed account of a computer program designed to solve various problems in industry.

Autonomous Robots

Autonomous Robots reports on the theory and applications of robotic systems capable of some degree of self-sufficiency.

Paladyn: Journal of Behavioural Robotics

The main aim of the journal is to serve as an efficient exchange platform for scientists with different backgrounds (engineers, computer scientists, physicists, biologists, mathematicians, psychologists, etc.) working on problems related to behavioral robotics. We believe that only free exchange of ideas coming from various fields can efficiently foster development of such inherently interdisciplinary domain like robotics.

Journal of Intelligent and Robotic Systems

The Journal of Intelligent and Robotic Systems bridges the gap between theory and practice in all areas of intelligent systems and robotics. It publishes original, peer reviewed contributions from initial concept and theory to prototyping to final product development and commercialization.

Artificial Life and Robotics

This is an international journal publishing original technical papers and authoritative state-of-the-art reviews on the development of new technologies concerning artificial life and robotics, especially computer-based simulation and hardware.

Applicable Algebra in Engineering, Communication and Computing

Applicable Algebra in Engineering, Communication and Computing publishes mathematically rigorous, original research papers reporting on algebraic methods and techniques relevant to all domains concerned with computers, intelligent systems and communications.