Sciweavers

18
Voted
AIM
1999

JAIR at Five

13 years 5 months ago
JAIR at Five
The Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research (JAIR) was one of the first scientific journals distributed over the Web. It has now completed over five years of successful publication. Electronic publishing is reshaping the way academic work is disseminated, and JAIR is leading the way towards a future where scientific articles are freely and easily accessible to all. This report describes how journal has evolved, its "grassroots" philosophy, and prospects for the future. In May, 1993, the first manuscripts were submitted to the Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research (JAIR), a fledgling experiment in electronic publishing for the AI community. By August, JAIR had reviewed, accepted, and published two articles, and rejected 18 others. During its first five years, JAIR has evaluated nearly 600 submissions, publishing the 114 that were recommended by its rigorous, rapid-turnaround reviewing process. Completed papers have been immediately distributed over the Internet, and...
Steven Minton, Michael P. Wellman
Added 22 Dec 2010
Updated 22 Dec 2010
Type Journal
Year 1999
Where AIM
Authors Steven Minton, Michael P. Wellman
Comments (0)