The ACM Transactions on Interactive Intelligent Systems (TiiS)
(Latest update: Friday, February 14th, 2014)
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.
Bye Bye Backlog
TiiS is one of the ACM journals that has now adopted “article-first” publishing: Articles will be copy-edited, typeset, and published in the ACM Digital Library soon after acceptance, regardless of whether the issue in which they are scheduled to appear is complete. Especially in combination with the journal’s increased annual page budget, this procedure means that the publication backlog will soon be a thing of the past for TiiS. Thanks are due to the folks at ACM for regularly coming up with improvements like this one, which benefit authors, readers, and others who are involved in the journal publication process.
The authors of six recently published or accepted TiiS articles will be presenting their work in plenary talks at the 2014 ACM conference on Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI 2014, Haifa, Israel, February 24–27). This tradition of collaboration, which was built up at IUI 2012 and IUI 2013, enables TiiS authors to bring their work directly to the attention of attendees at the most relevant top-tier conference, while also enabling IUI attendees to benefit from the work done throughout the past year by TiiS reviewers, editors, and authors.
Current and Upcoming Issues
The tenth issue, 3(4), of ACM TiiS comprises 6 regular articles.
The next issue, 4(1), will appear there by April, 2014.
Articles that have been accepted for the subsequent issues are listed as upcoming articles.
Open Special Issue Call
- Behavior Understanding for Arts and Entertainment (submission by March 26., 2014)
Availability of Articles
TiiS articles are widely available in the ACM Digital Library and in printed issues. In addition, authors can use ACM’s free Author-izer service to provide unrestricted access to the official ACM versions of their published TiiS articles from a web page of their choice, as in this link to the editorial introduction in the journal’s inaugural issue:
Introduction to the Transactions on Interactive Intelligent Systems
Anthony Jameson and John Riedl
ACM Transactions on Interactive Intelligent Systems, 1(1), 2011
ACM recently introduced new options for authors to manage rights and permissions for their work: a new publishing license agreement, an updated copyright transfer agreement, and a new author-pays option which allows for perpetual open access through the ACM Digital Library. For more information, visit the ACM Author Rights webpage at authors.acm.org.