IDA

Intelligent Data Analysis

An International Journal

impact factor 2014 0.5
ISSN print
1088-467X
ISSN online
1571-4128
Volume
18; 6 issues
Status
Last issue (18:4) online on 21 July 2014
Next issue
18:5 scheduled for September 2014
Back volumes
1-17
Subject
Artificial Intelligence, Computer & Communication Sciences
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Intelligent Data Analysis provides a forum for the examination of issues related to the research and applications of Artificial Intelligence techniques in data analysis across a variety of disciplines. These techniques include (but are not limited to): all areas of data visualization, data pre-processing (fusion, editing, transformation, filtering, sampling), data engineering, database mining techniques, tools and applications, use of domain knowledge in data analysis, evolutionary algorithms, machine learning, neural nets, fuzzy logic, statistical pattern recognition, knowledge filtering, and post-processing. In particular, papers are preferred that discuss development of new AI related data analysis architectures, methodologies, and techniques and their applications to various domains.

Papers published in this journal are geared heavily towards applications, with an anticipated split of 70% of the papers published being applications-oriented, research and the remaining 30% containing more theoretical research.

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Founding Editor-in-Chief
A. Famili
PO Box 46117
2339 Ogilvie Road
Ottawa, ON K1J 9M7
Canada
Email: famili@ida-ij.com

Editorial Board
P. Berka
Department of Information and Knowledge Engineering
University of Economics
Prague, Czech Republic

J.A.G. Bernal
Computational Sciences Coordination (CCC)
National Institute of Astrophysics, Optics and Electronics (INAOE)
Puebla, Mexico

H. Blockeel
Department of Computer Science
Catholic University
Leuven, Belgium

H. Boström
Stockholm University
Kista, Sweden

J. Demsar
Faculty of Computer and Information Science
University of Ljubljana
Ljubljana, Slovenia

A. Feelders
Institute of Information & Computing Sciences
University of Utrecht
Utrecht, The Netherlands

A.A. Freitas
Computing Laboratory
University of Kent at Canterbury
Canterbury, United Kingdom

J. Gama
Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science Laboratory
University of Porto
Porto, Portugal

G.C. Garriga
University Pierre et Marie Curie
Paris, France

C. Giraud-Carrier
Department of Computer Science
Brigham Young University
Provo, UT
USA

L. Hall
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
University of South Florida
Tampa, FL, USA

T.B. Ho
School of Knowledge Science
Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Ishikawa, Japan

A.G. Hoffmann
School of Computer Science & Engineering
University of South Wales
Sydney, NSW, Australia

L. Holder
School of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
Washington State University
Pullman, WA, USA

J. Hollmén
School of Science and Technology
Aalto, Finland

T.-P. Hong
Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering National University of Kaohsiung
Kaohsiung, Taiwan

E.R. Hruschka Jr.
Computer Science Department
Federal University of Sao Carlos (DC-UFSCar)
São Carlos, Brazil

E. Jiang
University of San Diego
San Diego, CA, USA

S.H. Kim
Division of Applied Mathematics
KAIST
Daejeon, South Korea

F. Klawon
Department of Computer Science
Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences
Wolfenbuettel, Germany

M. Kubat
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Miami
Coral Gables, FL, USA

A. Laurent
Université Montpellier 2
Montpellier, France

X. Liu
Department of Information Systems & Computing
Brunel University
Uxbridge, Middlesex, United Kingdom

C. Ordonez
Department of Computer Science
University of Houston
Houston, TX, USA

T. Palpanas
LIPADE - Paris Descartes University
Paris, France

J. Pei
Simon Fraser University
Burnaby, BC, Canada

J.M. Peña
Faculty of Informatics
Politechnic University Madrid
Madrid, Spain

G. Prabhakar
Software Engineering
Somerset, NJ, USA

M. Sugiyama
Tokyo Institute of Technology
Tokyo, Japan

S. Sun
Department of Computer Science and Technology
East China Normal University
Shanghai, China

M. Szczuka
Institute of Mathematics
Warsaw University
Warsaw, Poland

B. Twala
Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering Science
University of Johannesburg
Johannesburg, South Africa

A. Vaisman
University of Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires, Argentina

M. Vazirgiannis
LIX, Ecole Polytechnique
Palaiseau, France

E. Vityaev
Russian Academy of Science
Novosibirisk, Russia

J.T.L. Wang
Department of Computer and Information Science
New Jersey Institute of Technology University Heights
Newark, NJ, USA

R. Weber
University of Chile
Santiago, Chile

U. Yun
Department of Computer Engineering
Sejong University
Seoul, South Korea

Z-H. Zhou
Nanjing University
Nanjing, China

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Dr. A. Famili
Intelligent Data Analysis - An International Journal
P.O. Box 46117
2339 Ogilvie Rd.
Ottawa, ON K1J 9M7
Canada
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Intelligent Data Analysis invites the submission of research and application articles that comply with the aims and scope of the journal. In particular, articles that discuss development of new AI architectures, methodologies, and techniques and their applications to the field of data analysis are preferred. Manuscripts are received with the understanding that their content is unpublished material and is not being submitted for publication elsewhere. Further, it is understood that each co-author has made substantial contributions to the work described and that each accepts joint responsibility for publication.

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PREPARATION OF MANUSCRIPTS

Organization of the paper and style of presentation
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Manuscripts should be organized in the following order:

  • Title page
  • Body of text (divided by subheadings)
  • Acknowledgements
  • References
  • Tables
  • Figure captions
  • Figures
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    SI units should be used, i.e., the units based on the metre, kilogramme, second, etc.

    Title page
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  • Title (should be clear, descriptive and not too long)
  • Name(s) of author(s); please indicate who is the corresponding author
  • Full affiliation(s)
  • Present address of author(s), if different from affiliation
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  • Abstract; should be clear, descriptive, self-explanatory and not longer than 200 words, it should also be suitable for publication in abstracting services
  • Keywords
  • Tables
    Number as Table 1, Table 2 etc, and refer to all of them in the text.

    Each table should be provided on a separate page of the manuscript. Tables should not be included in the text.

    Each table should have a brief and self-explanatory title.

    Column headings should be brief, but sufficiently explanatory. Standard abbreviations of units of measurement should be added between parentheses.

    Vertical lines should not be used to separate columns. Leave some extra space between the columns instead.

    Any explanations essential to the understanding of the table should be given in footnotes at the bottom of the table.

     

    REFERENCES

    Place citations as numbers in square brackets in the text. All publications cited in the text should be presented in an alphabetical list of references at the end of the manuscript in the following style:

    [1] B. Newman and E.T. Liu, Perspective on BRCA1, Breast Disease 10 (1998), 3-10.
    [2] D.F. Pilkey, Happy conservation laws, in: Neural Stresses, J. Frost, ed., Controlled Press, Georgia, 1995, pp. 332-391.
    [3] E. Wilson, Active vibration analysis of thin-walled beams, Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Virginia, 1991.

    Footnotes
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    • If used, they should be numbered in the text, indicated by superscript numbers and kept as short as possible.

    Figures

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    Colour figures can be included, provided the cost of their reproduction is paid for by the author.

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    On maps and other figures where a scale is needed, use bar scales rather than numerical ones, i.e., do not use scales of the type 1:10,000. This avoids problems if the figures need to be reduced.

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    Photographs are only acceptable if they have good contrast and intensity.

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    PROOFS

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