General Information about the ETAIThis is the webpage structure of the Electronic Transactions on Artificial Intelligence, or ETAI.
The ETAI is an electronic journal that uses the Internet medium to the fullest extent for scientific communication: not merely for distributing the articles, but also for the review procedure, for bibliographic infrastructure, and others more.
With respect to reviewing, we use a novel, two-stage procedure where the first review phase is open and allows the peer community to ask questions to the author, and to create a discussion about the contribution. The second phase - called refereeing in the ETAI - is like conventional journal refereeing except that the major part of the required feedback is supposed to have occurred already in the first, review phase.
After refereeing, accepted articles go into the ETAI Journal which is published in both a paper edition and an electronic edition; the latter is available free of charge on the net. However, the webpage structure of the ETAI also contains a variety of other information, including past discussions, bibliographies, and calendar information. Please feel free to browse.
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