This special issue targets high-quality original research papers covering all aspects of evolutionary machine learning. A non-exhaustive list of the topics of interest is outlined below. The submission of manuscripts that are extended versions of work previously published at a conference or workshop are also welcome, on the condition that there is a significant amount of new material in the submission (i.e. the submission should contain a minimum of 50% new material).
This Special Issue on Confluence aims to publish recent advances presented at, but not restricted to leading conferences and workshops such as IWC (collocated with FSCD in recent editions: FLoC 2018, FSCD 2019, Paris Nord Summer of LoVe 2020).
Cambridge University Press has reached an agreement to acquire the Journal of Roman Archaeology, to be published on behalf of the Press Syndicate of the University of Cambridge starting with the annual volume 34 (2021).
This special issue collects extended versions of selected contributions presented at the Twelfth and Thirteenth Workshops on Logical and Semantical Frameworks with Applications (LSFA 2017 and LSFA 2018, respectively).
This thematic collection aims at stimulating research in the domain and creating a forum for debating on this emerging and very vibrant phenomenon. High quality scientific contributions are required to set up the knowledge baseline of open source hardware design an contribute to its development and democratization.
Following the example of a highly successful and influential special issue of the Journal of Logic
Programming, commemorating the 10th anniversary of the journal in 1994, the Editorial and
Advisory Boards of TPLP propose to publish a special issue of TPLP to celebrate its 20th
anniversary. The special issue will be published some time in 2021, 20 years after the first issue of
TPLP was published in January 2001.