The Australian Journal of Intelligent Information Processing Systems is an interdisciplinary forum for providing the latest information on research developments and related activities in the design and implementation of intelligent information processing systems.

The areas of interest include, but are not limited to:
  ● artificial intelligence
  ● artificial neural networks
  ● computer science
  ● fuzzy systems
  ● human centred computing
  ● virtual reality


The journal both theoretical and application-oriented papers in diverse areas related to intelligent systems. The journal also publishes survey articles, short notes, Ph.D. thesis abstracts and project reports.

Responsibility of the content of the papers rests upon the authors and not with the publishers. Data and conclusions developed by the authors are for information only and are not intended for use without independent substantiating investigation on the part of the potential user.

The Australian Journal of Intelligent Information Processing Systems is published quarterly. All correspondence including manuscripts and advertising inquiries should be addressed to the Editor in Chief: Professor Tom Gedeon, Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology, The Australian National University, Canberra ACT 0200, Australia.

Abstracting is permitted with due credit to the Australian Journal of Intelligent Information Processing Systems.