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A. Dedicated Neural Network Journals:
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Title:   Neural Networks
Publish: Pergamon Press
Address: Pergamon Journals Inc., Fairview Park, Elmsford,
         New York 10523, USA and Pergamon Journals Ltd.
         Headington Hill Hall, Oxford OX3, 0BW, England
Freq.:   10 issues/year (vol. 1 in 1988)
Cost/Yr: Free with INNS or JNNS or ENNS membership ($45?),
         Individual $65, Institution $175
ISSN #:  0893-6080
URL:     http://www.elsevier.nl/locate/inca/841
Remark:  Official Journal of International Neural Network Society (INNS),
         European Neural Network Society (ENNS) and Japanese Neural
         Network Society (JNNS).
         Contains Original Contributions, Invited Review Articles, Letters
         to Editor, Book Reviews, Editorials, Announcements, Software Surveys.

Title:   Neural Computation
Publish: MIT Press
Address: MIT Press Journals, 55 Hayward Street Cambridge,
         MA 02142-9949, USA, Phone: (617) 253-2889
Freq.:   Quarterly (vol. 1 in 1989)
Cost/Yr: Individual $45, Institution $90, Students $35; Add $9 Outside USA
ISSN #:  0899-7667
URL:     http://mitpress.mit.edu/journals-legacy.tcl
Remark:  Combination of Reviews (10,000 words), Views (4,000 words)
         and Letters (2,000 words).  I have found this journal to be of
         outstanding quality.
         (Note: Remarks supplied by Mike Plonski "plonski@aero.org")

Title:   NEURAL COMPUTING SURVEYS 
Publish: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates 
Address: 10 Industrial Avenue, Mahwah, NJ  07430-2262, USA
Freq.:   Yearly
Cost/Yr: Free on-line
ISSN #:  1093-7609
URL:     http://www.icsi.berkeley.edu/~jagota/NCS/
Remark:  One way to cope with the exponential increase in the number
         of articles published in recent years is to ignore most of
         them. A second, perhaps more satisfying, approach is to
         provide a forum that encourages the regular production --
         and perusal -- of high-quality survey articles. This is
         especially useful in an inter-disciplinary, evolving field
         such as neural networks. This journal aims to bring the
         second view-point to bear. It is intended to

         * encourage researchers to write good survey papers. 
         * motivate researchers to look here first to check
           what's known on an unfamiliar topic. 

Title:   IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks
Publish: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Address: IEEE Service Cemter, 445 Hoes Lane, P.O. Box 1331, Piscataway, NJ,
         08855-1331 USA. Tel: (201) 981-0060
Cost/Yr: $10 for Members belonging to participating IEEE societies
Freq.:   Quarterly (vol. 1 in March 1990)
URL:     http://www.ieee.org/nnc/pubs/transactions.html
Remark:  Devoted to the science and technology of neural networks
         which disclose significant  technical knowledge, exploratory
         developments and applications of neural networks from biology to
         software to hardware.  Emphasis is on artificial neural networks.
         Specific aspects include self organizing systems, neurobiological
         connections, network dynamics and architecture, speech recognition,
         electronic and photonic implementation, robotics and controls.
         Includes Letters concerning new research results.
         (Note: Remarks are from journal announcement)

Title:   IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation
Publish: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Address: IEEE Service Cemter, 445 Hoes Lane, P.O. Box 1331, Piscataway, NJ,
         08855-1331 USA. Tel: (201) 981-0060
Cost/Yr: $10 for Members belonging to participating IEEE societies
Freq.:   Quarterly (vol. 1 in May 1997)
URL:     http://engine.ieee.org/nnc/pubs/transactions.html
Remark:  The IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation will publish archival
         journal quality original papers in evolutionary computation and related
         areas, with particular emphasis on the practical application of the
         techniques to solving real problems in industry, medicine, and other
         disciplines.  Specific techniques include but are not limited to
         evolution strategies, evolutionary programming, genetic algorithms, and
         associated methods of genetic programming and classifier systems.  Papers
         emphasizing mathematical results should ideally seek to put these results
         in the context of algorithm design, however purely theoretical papers will
         be considered.  Other papers in the areas of cultural algorithms, artificial
         life, molecular computing, evolvable hardware, and the use of simulated
         evolution to gain a better understanding of naturally evolved systems are
         also encouraged.
         (Note: Remarks are from journal CFP)

Title:   International Journal of Neural Systems
Publish: World Scientific Publishing
Address: USA: World Scientific Publishing Co., 1060 Main Street, River Edge,
         NJ 07666. Tel: (201) 487 9655; Europe: World Scientific Publishing
         Co. Ltd., 57 Shelton Street, London WC2H 9HE, England.
         Tel: (0171) 836 0888; Asia: World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd.,
         1022 Hougang Avenue 1 #05-3520, Singapore 1953, Rep. of Singapore
         Tel: 382 5663.
Freq.:   Quarterly (Vol. 1 in 1990)
Cost/Yr: Individual $122, Institution $255 (plus $15-$25 for postage)
ISSN #:  0129-0657 (IJNS)
Remark:  The International Journal of Neural Systems is a quarterly
         journal which covers information processing in natural
         and artificial neural systems. Contributions include research papers,
         reviews, and Letters to the Editor - communications under 3,000
         words in length, which are published within six months of receipt.
         Other contributions are typically published within nine months.
         The journal presents a fresh undogmatic attitude towards this
         multidisciplinary field and aims to be a forum for novel ideas and
         improved understanding of collective and cooperative phenomena with
         computational capabilities.
         Papers should be submitted to World Scientific's UK office. Once a
         paper is accepted for publication, authors are invited to e-mail
         the LaTeX source file of their paper in order to expedite publication.

Title:   International Journal of Neurocomputing
Publish: Elsevier Science Publishers, Journal Dept.; PO Box 211;
         1000 AE Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Freq.:   Quarterly (vol. 1 in 1989)
URL:     http://www.elsevier.nl/locate/inca/505628

Title:   Neural Processing Letters
Publish: Kluwer Academic publishers
Address: P.O. Box 322, 3300 AH Dordrecht, The Netherlands
Freq:    6 issues/year (vol. 1 in 1994)
Cost/Yr: Individuals $198, Institution $400 (including postage)
ISSN #:  1370-4621
URL:     http://www.wkap.nl/journalhome.htm/1370-4621
Remark:  The aim of the journal is to rapidly publish new ideas, original
         developments and work in progress.  Neural Processing Letters
         covers all aspects of the Artificial Neural Networks field.
         Publication delay is about 3 months.

Title:   Neural Network News
Publish: AIWeek Inc.
Address: Neural Network News, 2555 Cumberland Parkway, Suite 299,
         Atlanta, GA 30339 USA. Tel: (404) 434-2187
Freq.:   Monthly (beginning September 1989)
Cost/Yr: USA and Canada $249, Elsewhere $299
Remark:  Commercial Newsletter

Title:   Network: Computation in Neural Systems
Publish: IOP Publishing Ltd
Address: Europe: IOP Publishing Ltd, Techno House, Redcliffe Way, Bristol
         BS1 6NX, UK; IN USA: American Institute of Physics, Subscriber
         Services 500 Sunnyside Blvd., Woodbury, NY  11797-2999
Freq.:   Quarterly (1st issue 1990)
Cost/Yr: USA: $180,  Europe: 110 pounds
URL:     http://www.iop.org/Journals/ne
Remark:  Description: "a forum for integrating theoretical and experimental
         findings across relevant interdisciplinary boundaries."  Contents:
         Submitted articles reviewed by two technical referees  paper's
         interdisciplinary format and accessability."  Also Viewpoints and
         Reviews commissioned by the editors, abstracts (with reviews) of
         articles published in other journals, and book reviews.
         Comment: While the price discourages me (my comments are based
         upon a free sample copy), I think that the journal succeeds
         very well.  The highest density of interesting articles I
         have found in any journal.
         (Note: Remarks supplied by kehoe@csufres.CSUFresno.EDU)

Title:   Connection Science: Journal of Neural Computing,
         Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Research
Publish: Carfax Publishing
Address: Europe: Carfax Publishing Company, PO Box 25, Abingdon, Oxfordshire
         OX14 3UE, UK.
         USA: Carfax Publishing Company, PO Box 2025, Dunnellon, Florida
         34430-2025, USA
         Australia: Carfax Publishing Company, Locked Bag 25, Deakin,
         ACT 2600, Australia
Freq.:   Quarterly (vol. 1 in 1989)
Cost/Yr: Personal rate:
         48 pounds (EC) 66 pounds (outside EC) US$118 (USA and Canada)
         Institutional rate:
         176 pounds (EC) 198 pounds (outside EC) US$340 (USA and Canada)

Title:   International Journal of Neural Networks
Publish: Learned Information
Freq.:   Quarterly (vol. 1 in 1989)
Cost/Yr: 90 pounds
ISSN #:  0954-9889
Remark:  The journal contains articles, a conference report (at least the
         issue I have), news and a calendar.
         (Note: remark provided by J.R.M. Smits "anjos@sci.kun.nl")

Title:   Sixth Generation Systems (formerly Neurocomputers)
Publish: Gallifrey Publishing
Address: Gallifrey Publishing, PO Box 155, Vicksburg, Michigan, 49097, USA
         Tel: (616) 649-3772, 649-3592 fax
Freq.    Monthly (1st issue January, 1987)
ISSN #:  0893-1585
Editor:  Derek F. Stubbs
Cost/Yr: $79 (USA, Canada), US$95 (elsewhere)
Remark:  Runs eight to 16 pages monthly. In 1995 will go to floppy disc-based
publishing with databases +, "the equivalent to 50 pages per issue are
planned." Often focuses on specific topics: e.g., August, 1994 contains two
articles: "Economics, Times Series and the Market," and "Finite Particle
Analysis - [part] II."  Stubbs also directs the company Advanced Forecasting
Technologies. (Remark by Ed Rosenfeld: ier@aol.com)

Title:   JNNS Newsletter (Newsletter of the Japan Neural Network Society)
Publish: The Japan Neural Network Society
Freq.:   Quarterly (vol. 1 in 1989)
Remark:  (IN JAPANESE LANGUAGE) Official Newsletter of the Japan Neural
         Network Society(JNNS)
         (Note: remarks by Osamu Saito "saito@nttica.NTT.JP")

Title:   Neural Networks Today
Remark:  I found this title in a bulletin board of october last year.
         It was a message of Tim Pattison, timpatt@augean.OZ
         (Note: remark provided by J.R.M. Smits "anjos@sci.kun.nl")

Title:   Computer Simulations in Brain Science

Title:   Internation Journal of Neuroscience

Title:   Neural Network Computation
Remark:  Possibly the same as "Neural Computation"

Title:   Neural Computing and Applications
Freq.:   Quarterly
Publish: Springer Verlag
Cost/yr: 120 Pounds
Remark:  Is the journal of the Neural Computing Applications Forum.
         Publishes original research and other information
         in the field of practical applications of neural computing.

B. NN Related Journals:
+++++++++++++++++++++++

Title:   Biological Cybernetics (Kybernetik)
Publish: Springer Verlag
Remark:  Monthly (vol. 1 in 1961)

Title:   Various IEEE Transactions and Magazines
Publish: IEEE
Remark:  Primarily see IEEE Trans. on System, Man and Cybernetics;
         Various Special Issues: April 1990 IEEE Control Systems
         Magazine.; May 1989 IEEE Trans. Circuits and Systems.;
         July 1988 IEEE Trans. Acoust. Speech Signal Process.

Title:   The Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Artificial Intelligence
Publish: Taylor & Francis, Ltd.
Address: London, New York, Philadelphia
Freq.:   ? (1st issue Jan 1989)
Remark:  For submission information, please contact either of the editors:
         Eric Dietrich                        Chris Fields
         PACSS - Department of Philosophy     Box 30001/3CRL
         SUNY Binghamton                      New Mexico State University
         Binghamton, NY 13901                 Las Cruces, NM 88003-0001
         dietrich@bingvaxu.cc.binghamton.edu  cfields@nmsu.edu

Title:   The Behavioral and Brain Sciences
Publish: Cambridge University Press
Remark:  (Remarks by Don Wunsch 
         This is a delightful journal that encourages discussion on a
         variety of controversial topics.  I have especially enjoyed
         reading some papers in there by Dana Ballard and Stephen
         Grossberg (separate papers, not collaborations) a few years
         back.  They have a really neat concept: they get a paper,
         then invite a number of noted scientists in the field to
         praise it or trash it.  They print these commentaries, and
         give the author(s) a chance to make a rebuttal or
         concurrence.  Sometimes, as I'm sure you can imagine, things
         get pretty lively. Their reviewers are called something like
         Behavioral and Brain Associates, and I believe they have to
         be nominated by current associates, and should be fairly
         well established in the field. The main thing is that I liked
         the articles I read. 

Title:   International Journal of Applied Intelligence
Publish: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Remark:  first issue in 1990(?)

Title:   International Journal of Modern Physics C
Publish: USA: World Scientific Publishing Co., 1060 Main Street, River Edge,
         NJ 07666. Tel: (201) 487 9655; Europe: World Scientific Publishing
         Co. Ltd., 57 Shelton Street, London WC2H 9HE, England.
         Tel: (0171) 836 0888; Asia: World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd.,
         1022 Hougang Avenue 1 #05-3520, Singapore 1953, Rep. of Singapore
         Tel: 382 5663.
Freq:    bi-monthly
Eds:     H. Herrmann, R. Brower, G.C. Fox and S Nose

Title:   Machine Learning
Publish: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Address: Kluwer Academic Publishers
         P.O. Box 358
         Accord Station
         Hingham, MA 02018-0358 USA
Freq.:   Monthly (8 issues per year; increasing to 12 in 1993)
Cost/Yr: Individual $140 (1992); Member of AAAI or CSCSI $88
Remark:  Description: Machine Learning is an international forum for
         research on computational approaches to learning.  The journal
         publishes articles reporting substantive research results on a
         wide range of learning methods applied to a variety of task
         domains.  The ideal paper will make a theoretical contribution
         supported by a computer implementation.
         The journal has published many key papers in learning theory,
         reinforcement learning, and decision tree methods.  Recently
         it has published a special issue on connectionist approaches
         to symbolic reasoning.  The journal regularly publishes
         issues devoted to genetic algorithms as well.

Title:   INTELLIGENCE - The Future of Computing
Published by: Intelligence
Address: INTELLIGENCE, P.O. Box 20008, New York, NY 10025-1510, USA,
212-222-1123 voice & fax; email: ier@aol.com, CIS: 72400,1013
Freq.    Monthly plus four special reports each year (1st issue: May, 1984)
ISSN #:  1042-4296
Editor:  Edward Rosenfeld
Cost/Yr: $395 (USA), US$450 (elsewhere)
Remark:  Has absorbed several other newsletters, like Synapse/Connection
         and Critical Technology Trends (formerly AI Trends).
         Covers NN, genetic algorithms, fuzzy systems, wavelets, chaos
         and other advanced computing approaches, as well as molecular
         computing and nanotechnology.

Title:   Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General
Publish: Inst. of Physics, Bristol
Freq:    24 issues per year.
Remark:  Statistical mechanics aspects of neural networks
         (mostly Hopfield models).

Title:   Physical Review A: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics
Publish: The American Physical Society (Am. Inst. of Physics)
Freq:    Monthly
Remark:  Statistical mechanics of neural networks.

Title:   Information Sciences
Publish: North Holland (Elsevier Science)
Freq.:   Monthly
ISSN:    0020-0255
Editor:  Paul P. Wang; Department of Electrical Engineering; Duke University;
         Durham, NC 27706, USA

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