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19.04.2019 | Regular Paper

A chaotic salp swarm algorithm based on quadratic integrate and fire neural model for function optimization

Real-world problems generally do not possess mathematical features such as differentiability and convexity and thus require non-traditional approaches to find optimal solutions. SSA is a meta-heuristic optimization algorithm based on the swimming …

12.04.2019 | Regular Paper

Improving transparency of deep neural inference process

Deep learning techniques are rapidly advanced recently and becoming a necessity component for widespread systems. However, the inference process of deep learning is black box and is not very suitable to safety-critical systems which must exhibit …

28.03.2019 | Regular Paper

Label prediction on issue tracking systems using text mining

Issue tracking systems are overall change-management tools in software development. The issue-solving life cycle is a complex socio-technical activity that requires team discussion and knowledge sharing between members. In that process, issue …

14.03.2019 | Regular Paper

Advanced visualization of Twitter data for its analysis as a communication channel in traditional companies

The adoption of Twitter as communication channel can provide a significant benefit to firms, allowing them to improve their reputation and check its consistency with their mission and goals, monitor how customers respond to a business decision …

11.03.2019 | Regular Paper

OCAPIS: R package for Ordinal Classification and Preprocessing in Scala

Ordinal data are those where a natural order exists between the labels. The classification and preprocessing of this type of data is attracting more and more interest in the area of machine learning, due to its presence in many common problems.

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The journal is published in cooperation with the Iberian associations of artificial intelligence, AEPIA and APPIA, and the Editorial Board includes leading international figures in all related research topics.

This journal publishes top-level research results in all aspects of artificial intelligence, with a particular emphasis on the following topics: data mining; soft computing and computational intelligence; knowledge, complexity, logic, planning, reasoning and search; agents and multiagent systems; artificial vision and robotics; and natural language and Web intelligence.

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