American Journal of Intelligent Systems

American Journal of Intelligent Systems is a peer reviewed journal in the field of intelligent systems and applications. The aim is to provide a common scientific forum for all the different disciplines contributing to this area, ranging from the social, human and computer sciences to the analysis and application of information technology.

ICV 2015: 77.32; ICV 2016: 81.70
p-ISSN: 2165-8978
e-ISSN: 2165-8994


Subject areas suitable for publication include, but are not limited to the following fields:
  Adaptive Control and Learning Control
  Automobile Electric
  Machine Learning and applications
  Computer Vision and applications
  Deep architectures
  Artificial Life and Artificial Immune Systems
  Customer Relationship Management
  Cloud Computing Neural Networks
  Communication Network Systems
  Distributed Control Systems
  Evolutionary Computing and Genetic Algorithms
  Factory Modeling and Simulation
  Financial Data Mining
  Games Theory
  Hybrid System
  Intelligent Automation
  Knowledge Management and Discovery
  Management of Supply Chain and Logistics
  Human Computer Interaction
  Modeling, Identification and Signal Processing
  Nonlinear System and Control
  Network-based Systems
  Robust and H-infinity Control
  Systems Biology and Neurobiology
  System Theory and Control Theory
  Scheduling and Coordination
  Traffic Control