[Comp-neuro] Springer's Cognitive Computation journal: Table of Contents, Vol.3, No.4 / Dec 2011 issue (and ISI Indexing good news)

Dr Amir Hussain ahu at cs.stir.ac.uk
Sat Dec 24 14:53:03 CET 2011

Dear Colleagues: (with advance apologies for any cross-postings!)

We are delighted to announce the publication of Volume 3, No. 4 / Dec 2011,
of Springer's Cognitive Computation journal - www.springer.com/12559

The individual list of published articles (Table of Contents) for Vol.
3, No. 4 / Dec 2011
can be viewed here (and also at the end of this message, followed by
an overview
of the previous Issues/Archive listings):

A list of the most downloaded articles (which can always be read for free) can
be found here:

The journal is also freely available on Springerlink during December -
through 31 Dec 2011.

Other 'Online First' published articles not yet in a print issue can
be viewed here:

New: Cognitive Computation indexing in ISI:
We are delighted to inform you that Cognitive Computation has been
selected for coverage in Thomson Reuter’s products and services.
Beginning with V.1 (1) 2009, this publication is now indexed and
abstracted in:
♦ Science Citation Index Expanded (also known as SciSearch®)
♦ Journal Citation Reports/Science Edition
♦ Current Contents®/Engineering Computing and Technology
♦ Neuroscience Citation Index®
As such, the first Impact Factor for Cognitive Computation will be
available next year (in June 2012).

Reminder: New Cognitive Computation "LinkedIn" Group:
To further strengthen the bonds amongst the interdisciplinary audience of
Cognitive Computation, we have set-up a "Cognitive Computation LinkedIn
group", which has 200+ members already! We warmly invite you to join us
at: http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=3155048!

For further information on the journal and to sign up for electronic "Table
of Contents alerts" please visit the Cognitive Computation homepage:
http://www.springer.com/12559 or follow us on Twitter at:
http://twitter.com/CognComput  for the latest On-line First Issues.

For any questions with regards to LinkedIn and/or Twitter, please contact
Springer's Publishing Editor: Dr. Martijn Roelandse:
martijn.roelandse at springer.com

Finally, we would like to invite you to submit short or regular papers
describing original research or timely review of important areas - our
aim is to peer review all papers within approximately four weeks of
receipt. We also welcome relevant high quality proposals for Special
Issues (four are already planned for 2012-13!)

With our very best wishes for the New Year to all aspiring readers and
authors of Cognitive Computation,

Amir Hussain, PhD (Editor-in-Chief: Cognitive Computation)
E-mail: ahu at cs.stir.ac.uk (University of Stirling, Scotland)
Igor Aleksander, PhD (Honorary Editor-in-Chief: Cognitive Computation)
John G. Taylor, PhD (Chair, Advisory Board: Cognitive Computation)

Table of Contents: Springer's Cognitive Computation, Vol.3, No.4 /
December 2011

An Improved Internal Model of Autonomous Robots by a Psychological Approach
Takashi Kuremoto, Masanao Obayashi, Kunikazu Kobayashi & Liang-Bing Feng

Problem-solving and Quantum Computation
Luís Tarrataca & Andreas Wichert

Modeling the Development of Goal-Specificity in Mirror Neurons
Serge Thill, Henrik Svensson & Tom Ziemke

BLISS: an Artificial Language for Learnability Studies
Sahar Pirmoradian & Alessandro Treves

Spatial Memory Sequence Encoding and Replay During Modeled Theta and
Ripple Oscillations
Vassilis Cutsuridis & Michael Hasselmo

Walk on the Random Side
Hector Zenil (ed): Randomness Through Computation. Some Answers, More
Questions, Wolfram research Inc, USA, 2011
Chryssa Sdrolia

Previous Issues/Archive: Overview:

The full listing of the Inaugural Vol. 1, No. 1 / March 2009, can be viewed
here (which included invited authoritative reviews by leading researchers in
their areas - including keynote papers from London University's John Taylor,
Igor Aleksander and Stanford University's James McClelland, and invited
papers from Ron Sun, Pentti Haikonen, Geoff Underwood, Kevin Gurney,
Claudius Gross, Anil Seth and Tom Ziemke):

The full listing of Vol. 1, No. 2 / June 2009, can be viewed here (which
included invited reviews and original research contributions from leading
researchers, including Giacomo Indiveri, Rodney Douglas, Jurgen Schmidhuber,
Thomas Wennekers, Pentti Kanerva and Friedemann Pulvermuller):

The full listing of Vol.1, No. 3 / Sep 2009, can be viewed here:

The full listing of Vol. 1, No. 4 / Dec 2009, can be viewed here:

The full listing of Vol.2, No. 1 / March 2010, can be viewed here:

The full listing of Vol.2, No. 2 / June 2010, can be viewed here:

The full listing of Vol.2, No. 3 / Aug 2010, can be viewed here:

The full listing of Vol.2, No. 4 / Dec 2010, can be viewed here:

The full listing of Vol.3, No.1 / Mar 2011 (Special Issue on:
Saliency, Attention, Active Visual Search and Picture Scanning, edited
by John Taylor and Vassilis Cutsuridis), can be viewed here:
The Guest Editorial can be viewed here:

The full listing of Vol.3, No.2 / June 2011 can be viewed here:

The full listing of Vol. 3, No. 3 / Sep 2011 (Special Issue on:
Cognitive Behavioural Systems, Guest Edited by: Anna Esposito,
Alessandro Vinciarelli, Simon Haykin, Amir Hussain and Marcos
Faundez-Zanuy), can be viewed here:
The Guest Editorial for the special issue can be viewed here:

The Sunday Times Scottish University of the Year 2009/2010
The University of Stirling is a charity registered in Scotland,
 number SC 011159.

The Sunday Times Scottish University of the Year 2009/2010
The University of Stirling is a charity registered in Scotland, 
 number SC 011159.

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