The ACM Transactions on Interactive Intelligent Systems
(Latest update: Monday, September 21st, 2015)
TiiS (pronounced “T double-eye S”) is an ACM journal for research about intelligent systems that people interact with.
The journal publishes articles on research concerning the design, realization, or evaluation of interactive systems that incorporate some form of machine intelligence.
- the intelligent technology,
- the interaction of users with the system, or
- both aspects at once.
On September 18th, at the 2015 ACM Conference on Recommender Systems (RecSys) in Vienna, the following cooperation agreement between the RecSys conference series and ACM TiiS was announced:
- A RecSys 2015 author whose paper contains a substantial interaction component can submit an extended version to a special TiiS issue “Highlights of RecSys 2015” (special issue associate editor: Jennifer Goldbek, program cochair of RecSys 2015). This arrangement is to be repeated in future years.
- A TiiS author of an article of relevance to the RecSys community can present it at the next RecSys conference.
Current and Upcoming Issues
The most recent complete issue of ACM TiiS, 5(2), comprises the first 5 articles from the two-part special issue on Behavior Understanding for Arts and Entertainment.
The next issue, 5(3), which will be appearing incrementally in the Digital Library, comprises the last 2 articles of the special issue on Behavior Understanding for Arts and Entertainment plus 3 regular articles.
The most complete overview of citations of published TiiS articles can be found on the following Google Scholar page:
Here is an overview of the number of citations per article as a function of the year of publication (as of January, 2015, with each editorial introduction counted as 1/2 “article”):
|Year of Publication||Average # citations per article|
Introduction to the Transactions on Interactive Intelligent Systems
Anthony Jameson and John Riedl
ACM Transactions on Interactive Intelligent Systems, 1(1), 2011
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