Atlantis Briefs in Artificial Intelligence
Aims and Scope
The aim of the series is rapid dissemination of new results and original methods in the theory of Artificial Intelligence, including topics not yet covered by standard monographs. The series features compact volumes of 75 - 200 pages, written in a concise, clear way and going directly to the point; the introductory material should be restricted to a minimum or covered by suitable references
All proposals submitted to this series will be handled by one of the Series Editors. Upon receipt of the manuscript, the entire monograph will be reviewed by an expert referee.
The briefs will be reasonably priced, allowing them to be bought not only by institutional buyers but also by interested individuals, thus exposing them to the widest possible audience.
All briefs published of this series are promoted, distributed and sold by Springer, both as e-books and in print. The briefs are also part of SpringerLink and included in the relevant Springer subject collections.
This series as a whole has as an ISSN-number, where each individual volume will have its own ISBN-number.
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Professor Henrik I. Christensen
Professor Bernhard Nebel