An international open access journal.
Edited by Iberamia. e-ISSN: 1988-3064
Inteligencia Artificial is an international open access journal, promoted and sponsored by the Iberoamerican Society of Artificial Intelligence (IBERAMIA), e-ISSN:1988-3064 (print ISSN: 1137-3601). ISSN database.
Focus and Scope
The journal publishes high-quality original research papers reporting theoretical or applied advances in all branches of Artificial Intelligence. Particularly, the Journal welcomes:
In addition to rapid publication and dissemination of unsolicited contributions, the journal is also committed to producing monographs, surveys or special issues on topics, methods or techniques of special relevance to the AI community.
Inteligencia Artificial welcomes submissions written in English, Spaninsh or Portuguese. But at least, a title, summary and keywords in english should be included in each contribution.
Double-Bind Peer Review Process
All papers received and appropriate to the scope of the journal will undergo a double blind peer review process with at least two anonymous reviewers. The journal is committed to maintaining the highest level of integrity in the content published.
Biannual Publication Frequency
Inteligencia Artificial publishes two issues per year. However, the journal publishes articles on line as they are accepted, without necessarily waiting for a complete number to be completed.
Open Access Policy. No fees, free publication
“Inteligencia Artificial” is an Open Access Journal and provides immediate full open access to all its contents, under the principle that freely providing research papers supports a greater global knowledge exchange. The journal uses Open Journal Systems, which is open source journal management and publishing software developed, supported, and freely distributed by the Public Knowledge Project.
There are no fees for subscription, publication or editing tasks. The journal does not charge authors, readers or their institutions for free access to all its published contents.
Open access and Copyrights
Accepted submissions will be distributed under the CreativeCommons Licence Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC). Authors accept publication of submitted papers by IBERAMIA, both electronically (with free open access from the Internet) and in print, as well as dissemination through any other media or entities with which IBERAMIA may establish agreement, transferring IBERAMIA all the necessary rights, particularly its distribution under the open access policy.
All articles published in the journal are subject to author’ s copyright, who retrieves all publishing rights in connection with the publication, transmission in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise of their work. The authors (and related entities) transfer to IBERAMIA all the necessary copyrights.
The journal is committed to the highest standards of academic and ethical judgment and publishing practices. The journal agrees and encourages authors to follow the ethical recommendations and standards at the Committee on Publication Ethics, (COPE, publicationethics.org), relating them to all parties involved in the editorial process (authors, editors and peer reviewers).
Ethical Statements for authors. With the submission of the manuscript, the authors state that:
Ethical issues for Editor and peer reviewers:
Indexing and Download Statistics
The journal is indexed or abstracted in several abstract and citation databases. The journal also provides automatically updated download statistics for each article.
Names and email addresses submitted to this journal will be used exclusively for the declared purposes, and will not be made available to any other person or for any other purposes. See the Privacy and Cookies Policy of Iberamia (editor of this journal)
Edited and sponsored by:
Iberamia, Iberoamerican Society of Artificial Intelligence (http://www.iberamia.org).
IBERAMIA is a legally constituted and non-profit association, with the objective of promoting scientific and technological activities related to Artificial Intelligence in the Ibero-American and Spanish-Portuguese countries. The association is domiciled in: Dpto. de Sistemas Informaticos y Computacion, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia. c/ Camino de Vera s/n. 46022-Valencia (Spain).
A brief Editorial History.