November 3, 2011: New ACM Transactions on Interactive Intelligent Systems Debuts
Thursday, November 3, 2011
The first issue of ACM Transactions on Interactive Intelligent Systems (TiiS) debuted in ACM's Digital Library on November 1, making it the 34th title to appear in ACM's Transactions series of well-regarded publications. TiiS publishes research on the design, realization, or evaluation of interactive systems that incorporate some form of machine intelligence. Applications include user interface technologies; recommender systems and information retrieval; automated usability testing; human-robot interaction; semantic technologies; gaming; and mobile and ubiquitous computing.
The journal explores ways that artificial and human intelligence work together; challenges to usability and acceptability raised by incorporation of intelligence in interactive systems; strategies that effectively meet these challenges; and methodologies for research, design, and evaluation of interactive intelligent systems.
Planned special issues will address Interaction with Smart Objects; Human Decision Making and Recommender Systems; and Interactive Computational Visual Analytics. The Editors-in-Chief are Anthony Jameson, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), and John Riedl, University of Minnesota.