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;;; **************************************************************** ;;; Answers to Questions about Artificial Intelligence ************* ;;; **************************************************************** ;;; Written by Amit Dubey, Ric Crabbe and Mark Kantrowitz ;;; ai_2.faq Part 2 (AI-related Newsgroups and Mailing Lists): List of all known AI-related newsgroups, mailing lists, and electronic bulletin board systems. Outline: ---------------- [2-1] AI-related Newsgroups and News Sources [2-1a] AI-related Newsgroup Archives [2-1b] AI-related Newsgroup FAQ postings [2-2] AI Research in a particular country ---------------- [2-3] Agents [2-4] Artificial Life [2-5] AI for Development [2-6] AI in Education [2-7] AI and Law [2-8] AI in Medicine [2-9] AI and Statistics [2-10] Blackboard Architectures [2-11] Business, Economics, Finance (IE-Digest, AT-Finance) [2-12] Cellular Automata [2-13] Classification and Clustering [2-14] Cognitive Science and Psychology [2-15] Connectionism and Neural Networks [2-16] Constraint Satisfaction [2-17] Cybernetics and Systems [2-18] Diagrams [2-19] Distributed AI [2-20] Expert Systems in Agriculture [2-21] Use of Computers in the Fine Arts [2-22] Fuzzy Logic [2-23] Game Playing [2-24] Genetic Algorithms and Genetic Programming [2-25] HCI: AI Applications to Human-Computer Interface Design [2-26] Knowledge Acquisition [2-27] Knowledge-based Scheduling [2-28] Knowledge Representation [2-29] Logic Programming, Prolog [2-30] Machine Discovery [2-31] Machine Learning [2-33] Natural Language Processing [2-34] Qualitative Physics [2-35] Robotics [2-36] Simulated Annealing [2-37] Simulation [2-38] Symbolic Math [2-39] Theorem Provers [2-40] Case-Based Reasoning [2-41] Uncertainty [2-45] Vision Research [2-50] Commercial Systems: Kappa PC, ... [2-60] Miscellaneous: Artificial Morality, Intelligent Control, Intelligent Decision Support Systems, Frogs, Meteorology, Natural World Problems, OOP Frameworks ---------------- Search for [#] to get to question number # quickly. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subject: [2-1] AI-related Newsgroups and News Sources Newsgroups: Subscribe to these using your newsreader. comp.ai Artificial Intelligence (moderated) comp.ai.alife Artificial Life comp.ai.fuzzy Fuzzy Logic. Gatewayed to NAFIPS-L and Fuzzy-Mail. comp.ai.games AI in Games and Game Playing comp.ai.genetic Genetic Algorithms comp.ai.nat-lang Natural Language Processing (unmoderated) comp.ai.neural-nets Neural Networks comp.ai.philosophy Philosophical Foundations of AI comp.ai.shells Expert System Shells comp.robotics Robotics comp.speech Speech related research, including speech recognition and synthesis. comp.ai.vision Vision Research. Also available through the Vision List Digest (see [45] below). comp.ai.jair.papers Online papers of the Journal of AI Research. (M) comp.ai.jair.announce Announcements & abstracts of JAIR papers. (M) comp.theory.info-retrieval Information Retrieval comp.cog-eng Cognitive Engineering sci.cognitive Cognitive Science sci.psychology.research Psychology. Bi-directionally gatewayed to the psy-research mailing list; send mail to psy-research-request@psy.psych.nova.edu to subscribe. comp.simulation Simulation sci.lang Linguistics sci.math.symbolic Symbolic Math sci.virtual-worlds Virtual Reality. Also available through the bi-directional gateway, VIRTU-L on LISTSERV@UIUCVMD.BITNET or LISTSERV@VMD.CSO.UIUC.EDU comp.theory.cell-automata Cellular Automata comp.theory.self-org-sys Self-organizing systems AI Programming Languages comp.constraints Constraint Processing comp.lang.clos Common Lisp Object System comp.lang.dylan Dylan comp.lang.functional Functional Programming Languages comp.lang.lisp Common Lisp comp.lang.lisp.franz Franz Lisp comp.lang.lisp.mcl Macintosh Common Lisp comp.lang.lisp.x XLisp comp.lang.ml Standard ML. Gatewayed to sml-list@cs.cmu.edu. comp.lang.prolog Prolog and Logic Programming comp.lang.scheme Scheme comp.lang.scheme.c MIT C Scheme comp.lang.smalltalk Smalltalk comp.lang.pop POPLOG integrated programming language & environment for Lisp, Prolog, ML and Pop11 comp.object Object Oriented Programming comp.object.logic Integrating Object-Orientend and Logic Paradigms comp.org.lisp-users Association of Lisp Users comp.std.lisp Lisp Standards German AI newsgroup: de.sci.informatik.ki (thanks to Michael Schillo for the update) News Sources: Computists International maintain a set of newsletters concerning AI. They come with membership ($22.50 students $47.50 professionals), or if you can wait 2 weeks, you can get them for free. Go to: <http://www.computists.com> ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subject: [2-1a] AI-related Newsgroup Archives Newsgroup archives of comp.ai are no longer maintained because google (http://www.google.com/grphp) does such a fine job. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subject: [2-1b] AI-related Newsgroup FAQ postings Of the newsgroups listed in [2-1], the following have FAQ postings: comp.ai, comp.ai.fuzzy, comp.ai.shells, comp.ai.genetic, comp.robotics, comp.speech, comp.ai.neural-nets, comp.lang.lisp, comp.lang.scheme, comp.lang.clos, comp.lang.prolog, comp.object, comp.theory.cell-automata, comp.constraints, comp.ai.nat-lang, comp.lang.smalltalk Many of the FAQ postings are available from http://www.faqs.org/faqs/ In general FAQs should be downloaded from rtfm.mit.edu:/pub/faqs ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subject: [2-2] AI Research in a particular country British AI alvey jws%ib.rl.ac.uk@nsfnet-relay.ac.uk Japanese AI fj-ai%etl.jp@relay.cs.net Mexican AI IAMEX-L on listserv@tecmtyvm.mty.itesm.mx Florida AI FLAIRS on listserv@ucf1vm.cc.ucf.edu The IAMEX-L list is administrated by the AI Invetigation Center in Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM) in Monterrey, N.L. To be added to that list, please contact: pl500368@tecmtyvm.bitnet (Juana Maria Gomez Puertos) pl157961@tecmtyvm.bitnet (Fernando Careaga Sanchez) The newsgroup de.sci.ki.discussion is the German equivalent of comp.ai. The newsgroup de.sci.ki.announce is for announcements about AI. The newsgroup aus.ai is the (unmoderated) Australian equivalent of comp.ai. BCINFO-IT is a mailing list for information about information technology in Britain. To subscribe, send mail to bcifunit@solomon.technet.sg with ADD BCINFO-IT <your email address here> in the Subject line of the message. For more information, contact Mrs Yu-Toh Yin Yin, Information Officer, The British Council, 30 Napier Road, Singapore 1025, call 473-1111 x145, fax 479-7481, or send email to bcifunit@solomon.technet.sg. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subject: [2-3] Agents http://www.cs.umbc.edu/agentslist/ The Software Agents Mailing List is devoted to the issues of software agents, personal digital assistants, software robots, knowbots, intelligent interface agents, etc. The term agent is ill-defined and because of this the scope of this mailing list will also be somewhat ill-defined. However, it should be restricted to software agents as opposed to hardware (robots) and human agents (your travel agent). (Although the interface from software agents to other agents is fair game.) The list was begun in 1994 by Ray Johnson, then at the Lockheed Palo Alto AI Center and now at Sun. In the Fall of 1996 it moved to UMBC. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subject: [2-4] Artificial Life alife@cognet.ucla.edu The alife mailing list is for communications regarding artificial life, a formative interdisciplinary field involving computer science, the natural sciences, mathematics, medicine and others. Send mail to alife-request@cognet.ucla.edu to be added to the list. See also the UCLA Artificial Life Depository in question [5-1]. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subject: [2-5] AI for Development aidev@aisb.ed.ac.uk An occasional newsletter for folk interested in AI applications in and for developing countries. The newsletter is sent to the mailing list and to the newsgroup comp.society.development. Send requests to be added to the mailing list to Kathleen King <kk@aisb.ed.ac.uk>. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subject: [2-6] AI in Education AI-ED: ai-ed@sun.com (was ai-ed@sumex-aim.stanford.edu) Includes ICAI (intelligent computer aided instruction) and ITS (intelligent tutoring systems). All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions, etc., should be sent to ai-ed-request@sun.com. [As of 12/12/94, this list seems to have moved. Anybody know where?] HUMANIST: [Mail from utorepas bounces. 8/18/93 mk] humanist%utorepas.bitnet@cornellc.ccs.cornell.edu HUMANIST is an international mailing list for discussion of applications of computers to scholarship in the humanities. AI or NLP topics sometimes come up. Interested individuals should send a note together with a brief biography to the Coordinator in the following format: *Family-name, Given-names <e-mail address> Title, mailing address(es), telephone number(s). Body of biography. This should not be a c.v. and need not be very detailed but should cover the full range of your professional activities and interests, both present and past. Mention other things at your discretion. Biographies vary considerably in length, though few are less than 100 words or more than 500. Coordinator: Willard McCarty <mccarty%utorepas.bitnet@cornellc.ccs.cornell.edu> NEWEDU-L: NEWEDU-L@vm.usc.edu NEWEDU-L is dedicated to exploring new paradigms in education and how they can be implemented, including, among other things, the role of artificial intelligence in education. To subscribe, send a message to listserv@uscvm.bitnet or listserv@vm.usc.eduwith the following line in the message body: SUBSCRIBE NEWEDU-L Your_full_name To remove yourself from the mailing list, send a message with the line SIGNOFF NEWEDU-L For further information, contact the moderators, Greg Swan and Paul Privateer, at npadmin@mc.maricopa.edu. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subject: [2-7] Artificial Intelligence and Law ail-l@austin.onu.edu To subscribe to AIL-L you should send a message to the internet address listserv@austin.onu.edu The body of the message should consist of: subscribe AIL-L <your full name> ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subject: [2-8] AI in Medicine AI in Medicine: ai-medicine@med.stanford.edu Focus is on computer-based medical decision support. Currently over 1,000 subscribers in more than 35 countries. All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions, etc., should be sent to ai-medicine-request@med.stanford.edu. The list is coordinated by Wanda Pratt and Serdar Uckun. Archives of the mailing list are available by anonymous ftp from lhc.nlm.nih.gov:/pub/ai-medicine/ []. CBR-MED: cbr-med@cs.uchicago.edu Case-Based Reasoning in Medicine. To subscribe to the list, send a message to listproc@cs.uchicago.edu with subscribe CBR-MED <your first name> <your last name> in the message body. To get the FAQ, include get cbr-med faq If you need to speak with a human being, send mail to Jeff Berger <OWNER-CBR-MED@cs.uchicago.edu>. Other medicine lists with some AI content include: SMDM-L on listserv@dartcms1.dartmouth.edu (medical decision making) MedInf-L on listserv@dearn.bitnet (medical data processing and informatics) ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subject: [2-9] AI and Statistics AI and Statistics: ai-stats@watstat.uwaterloo.ca All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions, etc., should be sent to ai-stats-request@watstat.uwaterloo.ca ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subject: [2-10] Blackboard Architectures GBB-Users: gbb-users@bn.cs.umass.edu The list covers both the commercial GBB framework and the UMass research prototype (mostly the former these days). To be added to the list, send mail to gbb-users-request@bn.cs.umass.edu See also http://www.bbtech.com ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subject: [2-11] Business, Economics, Finance (IE-Digest, AT-Finance) Intelligent Systems for Business and Economics (IE-Digest): IE-list@cs.ucl.ac.uk The IE-digest aims to act as a forum to exchange ideas on using `intelligent' techniques to model economic and financial systems. Calls for papers, paper announcements and queries are welcome. Techniques which were originally developed to model psychological and biological processes are now receiving considerable attention as tools for modelling and understanding economic and financial processes. These techniques, which include neural networks, genetic algorithms and expert systems are now being used in a wide variety of applications including the modelling of economic cycles, modelling of artificial economies, portfolio optimisation and credit evaluation. To be added to the list, send mail to IE-list-request@cs.ucl.ac.uk. An archive of back issues of the digest, as well as papers, bibliographies and software, may be obtained by anonymous ftp from cs.ucl.ac.uk:/ie/ []. List moderated by Suran Goonatilake, Dept. of Computer Science, University College London, Gower St., London WC1E 6BT, UK, <surang@cs.ucl.ac.uk>. Advanced Technology for Finance: at-finance-board@invnext.worldbank.org The Advanced Technology for Finance Special Interest Group of the INNS maintains the AT-Finance mailing list for discussions of financial or economic applications of advanced technology. Discussion sometimes involves Neural Networks, Genetic Algorithms, Fuzzy Logic, Statistics, Complexity theory, Artificial Life, and Nonlinear and Chaos Theory. To subscribe, send mail to at-finance-request@invnext.worldbank.org. For further information, send mail to the AT-Finance administrator at <at-finance@invnext.worldbank.org>. [This list seems to be defunct. --mk] ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subject: [2-12] Cellular Automata cellular-automata@think.com (aka ca@think.com) Gatewayed to the newsgroup comp.theory.cell-automata. Archived messages may be found at ftp.think.com:/mail/ in the files ca.archive*. All other requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions, etc., should be sent to cellular-automata-request@think.com. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subject: [2-13] Classification and Clustering class-l%sbccvm.bitnet@cunyvm.cuny.edu Mailing list and file server for researchers in classification, clustering, phylogenetic estimation, and related areas of data analysis. To subscribe to CLASS-L you should send a message to the internet address listserv%sbccvm.bitnet@cunyvm.cuny.edu The body of the message should consist of: subscribe CLASS-L <your full name> To have your name removed from the CLASS-L subscriber list, send: signoff CLASS-L ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subject: [2-14] Cognitive Science and Psychology PSYCGRAD (The Psychology Graduate Student Journal) is an online journal of technical papers by psychology graduate students and is edited by a team of 18 graduate student editors. To submit a paper or article, send email to psygrd-j@acadvm1.uottawa.ca. To subscribe, send a message "sub psygrd-j <firstname> <lastname>" to listserv@acadvm1.uottawa.ca or read the newsgroup bit.listserv.psycgrad. PSYCHE is a refereed electronic journal concerning the interdisciplinary exploration of the nature of consciousness and its relationship to the brain. To subscribe, send a message with "SUBSCRIBE PSYCHE-L Firstname Lastname" in the body to <listserv@iris.rfmh.org>. There is also a web version of the journal at: <http://psyche.cs.monash.edu.au/>. Submissions may be sent to the Executive Editor, Patrick Wilken, Computer Science Dept., Monash University, Clayton, 3167, AUSTRALIA, <patrickw@cs.monash.edu.au>. A discussion group PSYCHE-D has also been created for discussion of the contents of the journal and related topics. To subscribe, send a message with "SUBSCRIBE PSYCHE-D Firstname Lastname" in the body to <listserv@iris.rfmh.org>. The moderator of PSYCHE-D is Patrick Wilken <patrickw@cs.monash.edu.au>. COGNEURO (Cognitive Neuroscience) is a low volume mailing list for discussing matters at the interface of cognitive science and neuroscience. For more information about the list, send mail to cogneuro-request@ptolemy.arc.nasa.gov with Subject line "cogneuro: send info". To subscribe, use the Subject line "cogneuro: subscribe", and to unsubscribe, "cogneuro: unsubscribe". Only members of the list may post to the list. The mailing list archives are available by anonymous ftp from ego.psych.mcgill.ca:/pub/cogneuro/ [] and are maintained by Phil A. Hetherington <het@blaise.psych.mcgill.ca>. The list is moderated by Kimball Collins <kpc@ptolemy.arc.nasa.gov>. COGPSY is a moderated mailing list concerned with connectionist research in cognitive psychology. To be added to the list, send mail to cogpsy-request@phil.ruu.nl. Submissions should be sent to the same address. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subject: [2-15] Connectionism and Neural Networks Connectionists: connectionists@cs.cmu.edu This is a restricted mailing list for discussion of technical issues relating to neural computation, and for dissemination of information directly relevant to researchers in the field. Membership is restricted to students and faculty who are actively involved in connectionist research. All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions, etc., should be sent to connectionists-request@cs.cmu.edu. Neural Networks (moderated): Neuron@cattell.psych.upenn.edu Neuron-Digest is a moderated list (in digest form) dealing with all aspects of neural networks (and any type of network or neuromorphic system). Topics include both connectionist models (artificial neural networks) and biological systems ("wetware"). The digest is posted to comp.ai.neural-nets. All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions, etc., should be sent to neuron-request@psych.upenn.edu Send submissions to neuron@psych.upenn.edu. Neuron Digest archives are kept in the OSU Neuroprose collection and in psych.upenn.edu:/pub/Neuron-Digest/ [] Back issues of Neuron Digest are now also available from an email archive server. Send a message with "help" in the subject line to archive-server@psych.upenn.edu for more information. Hypertext versions of the Neuron Digest are available via the URL http://www.erg.abdn.ac.uk/projects/neuralweb/digests/ Neuron-UK: neuron-uk@mailbase.ac.uk Neural networks in Europe. To subscribe, send mail to mailbase@mailbase.ac.uk with subscribe neuron-uk yourname in the message body. Users of the Rochester Connectionist Simulator: simulator-users@cs.rochester.edu simulator-bugs@cs.rochester.edu All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions, etc., should be sent to simulator-request@cs.rochester.edu. The simulator is available in ftp.cs.rochester.edu:/pub/packages/simulator/ Users of the Stuttgart Neural Network Simulator: snns@informatik.uni-stuttgart.de To be added to the mailing list, send a message to listserv@informatik.uni-stuttgart.de with subscribe snns <Your Full Name> in the message body. The simulator is available in ifi.informatik.uni-stuttgart.de:/pub/SNNS/SNNSv2.1.tar.Z [] RNA: RNA on LISTSERV@UTFSM.BITNET RNA is a Neural Net list in Spanish. RNA es una lista dedicada a todas aquellas personas interesadas en el desarrollo e investigacion en el campo de las Redes de Neuronas Artificiales. El proposito de esta lista es intercambiar informacion, favorecer el encuentro de personas con intereses afines, promover la formacion de grupos de trabajos y servir de apoyo a quienes se integran al area. Para subscribirse enviar una nota a LISTSERV@UTFSM.BITNET con el siguiente mensaje en el cuerpo de la nota: SUB RNA nombre apellido Cells: cells@tce.ing.uniroma1.it A mailing list about cellular neural networks. According to the list announcement, Cellular Neural Networks are continuous-time dynamical systems consisting of a grid of processing elements connected only to neighbours within a given (small) distance. They are silicon-efficient locally recurrent networks such as artificial retinas. To subscribe, send mail to Marco Balsi <mb@tce.ing.uniroma1.it>. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subject: [2-16] Constraint Satisfaction See also comp.constraints. The FAQ is available via WWW as http://web.cs.city.ac.uk/archive/constraints/constraints.html and by anonymous ftp as ftp.cs.city.ac.uk:/pub/constraints/ [] The comp.constraints newsgroup is archived in ftp.cs.city.ac.uk:/pub/constraints/archive/ Questions about the FAQ should be directed to Michael Jampel <jampel@cs.city.ac.uk>; questions about the archive should be directed to Andy Whitcroft <andy@cs.city.ac.uk>. csp-list@saturne.cert.fr A moderated mailing list for topics related to Constraint Satisfaction Problems, including algorithms, properties, extensions, benchmarks, applications, calls for papers, and so on. To subscribe, send a message to listserver@saturne.cert.fr with sub csp-list <Your Full Name> in the message body. If you prefer to receive a digest once a week, send the listserv a command like set csp-list mail digest after successfully subscribing to the list. Archives and various informative files can be found by sending the "index csp-list" and "get" commands to listserver@saturne.cert.fr. See the explanations in "help" for full details. For further questions, please get in contact with Thomas Schiex, CERT-ONERA (GIA), 2 Avenue Edouard Belin, BP 4025, 31055 Toulouse CEDEX, FRANCE, call +33 61-55-70-65, fax +33 61-55-71-94, or send email to schiex@cert.fr. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subject: [2-17] Cybernetics and Systems Cybernetics and Systems: cybsys-l@bingvmb.cc.binghamton.edu cybsys-l%bingvmb.bitnet@cunyvm.cuny.edu The Cybernetics and Systems mailing list is an open list serving those working in or just interested in the interdisciplinary fields of Systems Science, Cybernetics, and related fields (e.g. General Systems Theory, Complex Systems Theory, Dynamic Systems Theory, Computer Modeling and Simulation, Network Theory, Self-Organizing Systems Theory, Information Theory, Fuzzy Set Theory). The list is coordinated by members of the Systems Science department of the Watson School at SUNY-Binghamton, and is affiliated with the International Society for the Systems Sciences (ISSS) and the American Society for Cybernetics (ASC). To subscribe to cybsys-l you should send a message to the internet address listserv@bingvmb.cc.binghamton.edu listserv%bingvmb.bitnet@cunyvm.cuny.edu The body of the message should consist of: SUB CYBSYS-L <your full name> To unsubscribe send the following command: UNSUB CYBSYS-L Autopoiesis: Mailing list concerning autopoietic (self-producing) systems, as described in H. Maturana and F. Varela in "Autopoiesis and Cognition" (D. Reidel, 1980) and "The Embodied Mind." To subscribe, send a message to listserv@thinknet.net with sub autopoiesis <your name> <your netaddress> in the message body. Complex Systems: complex@life.anu.edu.au The Complex Systems List is concerned with all aspects of Complex Systems, including cellular automata, artificial life, genetic algorithms, and fractals. To subscribe, send mail to listserv@life.anu.edu.au with subscribe complex "your name" in the message body. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subject: [2-18] Diagrams diagrams@cs.swarthmore.edu A mailing list for discussions on (and announcements about activities concerning) computational and cognitive issues related to diagrams and imagery. Issues covered include problem solving with diagrammatic representations, visual reasoning, computational imagery, etc. To subscribe, send a request to diagrams-request@cs.swarthmore.edu Maintained by Dr. David Barker-Plummer, Computer Science, Swarthmore College. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subject: [2-19] Distributed AI DAI-List: DAI-List@ece.sc.edu Send subscription requests to DAI-List-request@ece.sc.edu. Back issues archived on ftp.mcc.com []. Distributed-AI Discussion List: To subscribe or get help send COMMAND (e.g. HELP) to mailbase@mailbase.ac.uk Send contributions to distributed-ai@mailbase.ac.uk For other questions, contact the list owner, lyndon@sx.ac.uk. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subject: [2-20] Expert Systems in Agriculture ag-exp-l%ndsuvm1.bitnet@cunyvm.cuny.edu To subscribe to ag-exp-l you should send a message to the internet address listserv%ndsuvm1.bitnet@cunyvm.cuny.edu The body of the message should consist of: subscribe AG-EXP-L <your full name> ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subject: [2-21] Use of Computers in the Fine Arts fineart%ecs.umass.edu@relay.cs.net The FINEART Forum is dedicated to International collaboration between artists and scientists. It is subsidized by the International Society for the Arts, Science, and Technology (ISAST), 2020 Milvia, Berkeley, CA 94704. The purpose of this bulletin board is to disseminate information regarding the use of computers in the Fine Arts. One of the general areas of interest is Art & AI. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subject: [2-22] Fuzzy Logic Both the NAFIPS-L and Fuzzy-Mail mailing lists are now gatewayed to comp.ai.fuzzy. NAFIPS Fuzzy Logic Mailing List at Georgia State University: NAFIPS-L@gsuvm1.gsu.edu To subscribe send the following command to LISTSERV@GSUVM1.BITNET: SUB NAFIPS-L your_full_name where "your_full_name" is your real name, not your login Id. Non-BitNet users can join by sending the above command as the only line in the text/body of a message to LISTSERV@GSUVM1.GSU.EDU. (NAFIPS = "North American Fuzzy Information Processing Society") Postings to this mailing list are automatically archived. Technical University of Vienna Fuzzy Logic Mailing List: fuzzy-mail@vexpert.dbai.tuwien.ac.at To subscribe send the following command to listproc@vexpert.dbai.tuwien.ac.at: SUB FUZZY-MAIL your_full_name where "your_full_name" is your real name, not your login Id. This mailing list is two-way gatewayed to the NAFIPS-L list and to the comp.ai.fuzzy newsgroup. The listserver also gives access to some files, including the "Who is Who in Fuzzy Logic" database that is currently under construction by Robert Fuller <rfuller@finabo.abo.fi>. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subject: [2-23] Game Playing Go: computer-go@prg.ox.ac.uk List for discussion of programs that play the game of GO. The list was set up by Fletch <m92mjb@ecs.ox.ac.uk>. To subscribe, send mail to computer-go-request@prg.ox.ac.uk. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subject: [2-24] Genetic Algorithms and Genetic Programming Genetic Algorithms Digest: GA-List@AIC.NRL.NAVY.MIL (moderated; digest format) Send subscription requests to the -request form of the list or to gref@aic.nrl.navy.mil. Past copies of the digest are archived on ftp.aic.nrl.navy.mil:/pub/galist/ Some software is also archived there. Discussion of genetic algorithms also appears from time to time in comp.ai.neural-nets and comp.theory.self-org-sys. Genetic Programming: genetic-programming@cs.stanford.edu A mailing list for discussion of Genetic Programming. See Koza's book for details. All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions, etc., should be sent to genetic-programming-request@cs.stanford.edu The genetic-programming mailing list is archived on ftp.cc.utexas.edu:/pub/genetic-programming/ along with some code and papers. Evolutionary Programming Email Digest: [This adress appears to have gone away- I am looking into it.] The digest is intended to promote discussions on a wide range of technical issues in evolutionary optimization, as well as provide information on upcoming conferences, events, journals, special issues, and other items of interest to the EP community. Discussions on all areas of evolutionary computation are welcomed, including artificial life, evolution strategies, and genetic algorithms. The digest is meant to encourage interdisciplinary communications. To subscribe to the digest, send mail to ep-list-request@magenta.me.fau.edu and include the line "subscribe ep-list" in the body of the text. Further instructions will follow your subscription. The digest will be moderated by N. Saravanan of Florida Atlantic University, <saravan@amber.me.fau.edu>. Evolutionary Computing: This is a UK discussion group for genetic programming, artificial life, and other topics in evolutionary computing. To subscribe, send mail to mailbase@mailbase.ac.uk with join evolutionary-computing <Your Full Name> in the message body. GEnetic Algorithms Research Students (GEARS): gaphd-list@dcs.warwick.ac.uk A mailing list for students conducting research in the field of genetic algorithms. Example topics may include "How do I get started in GA research?", "Has x ever been tried before?" "Does anyone else get these results?" "Where can I obtain this paper?" "My supervisor's annoying me!" To subscribe, send mail to gaphd-list-request@dcs.warwick.ac.uk. The list is maintained by Martyn Amos <martyn@dcs.warwick.ac.uk>. GANN: gann@cs.iastate.edu GANN is a mailing list concerned with the use of evolutionary algorithms (genetic algorithms, genetic programming and their variants) in the exploration of the design space of (artificial) neural network architectures and algorithms. The list will be semi-moderated to keep the signal to noise ratio as high as possible. To subscribe to the list, send mail to gann-request@cs.iastate.edu with subscribe in the Subject line. Moderated by Dr. Vasant Honavar <honavar@cs.iastate.edu>, Dr. Mike Rudnick <rudnick@cs.tulane.edu> and Mr. Karthik Balakrishnan <balakris@cs.iastate.edu>. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subject: [2-25] HCI: AI Applications to Human-Computer Interface Design STUDENTS.CHI: students.chi@xerox.com The STUDENTS.CHI mailing list has been established by the SIGCHI Extended Executive Committee (EEC) and Xerox (the corporate sponsor of the CHI email distribution lists). The objective of STUDENTS.CHI is to distribute information and share perspectives of particular concern to students involved in any aspect of the human factors and computing field. The Human-Computer Interaction field (HCI) focuses on the research, design, development and evaluation of human-computer communication and interaction. 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Open to anybody interested in NLG. The FTP repository, black.bgu.ac.il:/pub/siggen/ [] contains archives of SIGGEN messages, the Dale and Kantrowitz NLG bibliographies, and some software. Moderated by Michael Elhadad. The siggen mailing list includes roughly 170 people. Parsing: sigparse@cs.cmu.edu Speech Interfaces: Electronic Communal Temporal Lobe (or ECTL) is a moderated mailing list for speech interface enthusiats. To subscribe, send a message with your name, institution, department, daytime phone and an email address to ectl-request@snowhite.cis.uoguelph.ca. If you have trouble with this mail address, call David Leip at (519) 824-4120 x3709 (office) x4297 (lab). ECTL has an anonymous ftp archive which is located at snowhite.cis.uoguelph.ca:/pub/ectl/ [] Included in the archive are: all issues of ECTL, as well as a list of subscribers, lists of speech related products (s/w & h/w), and a list of speech related technical report abstracts. 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To join AI-CBR send a message to Ian Watson <i.d.watson@surveying.salford.ac.uk>. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subject: [2-41] Uncertainty John Mark Agosta's uncertainty mailing list is defunct, but the archives of the list can be found on sumex-aim.stanford.edu:/var/ftp/pub/unc/ A new list has replaced it. To subscribe, send mail to majordomo@maillist.cs.orst.edu with subscribe uai in the message body. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subject: [2-45] Vision Research vision-list@teleos.com The Vision List is a bidirectional gateway to the comp.ai.vision newsgroup. It provides copies of articles posted to the newsgroup in the form of weekly digests. Send submissions to vision-list@teleos.com. All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions, etc., should be sent to Phil Kahn, the list's moderator, at <vision-list-request@teleos.com>. Archived in teleos.com:/VISION-LIST-ARCHIVE/ cvnet%yorkvm1.bitnet@cunyvm.cuny.edu Color and vision research. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subject: [2-50] Commercial Systems: Kappa PC, ... Kappa PC: ai-kappa-pc@mailbase.ac.uk Discussion list for users of Intellicorp's Kappa PC (a KBS/OOP/Windows application development package). The list is intended for discussion of any issues relevant to Kappa PC users, from OOP and KBS theory and practice to specific bugs or niggles with the product. A library of code and extensions to the product will be attached to the list. To join the list, send a message to mailbase@mailbase.ac.uk containing the line: join ai-kappa-pc <firstname> <lastname> For further information, contact Andy Vann <A.M.Vann@bristol.ac.uk>, Dept of Civil Engineering, University of Bristol, UK, Tel (+44) 272 303030 x3312, Fax (+44) 272 303889. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subject: [2-60] Miscellaneous: Artificial Morality, Kappa PC, OOP Frameworks Artificial Morality: artmoral-list@unixg.ubc.ca This is a mailing list for discussion of Peter Danielson's book, "Artificial Morality: Virtuous Robots for Virtual Games" (Routledge, New York, 1992) and related issues. It explores theories of rational morality with Prolog. To join the list, send an email message to artmoral-list-request@unixg.ubc.ca Frog Net: frog-net@rana.usc.edu Frog Net is a mailing list for researchers interested in the behavior and underlying neural mechanisms of amphibians. To subscribe, send mail to Jim Liaw <liaw@rana.usc.edu>. Rough Sets: roughset@cs.uregina.ca EBRSC is the Electronic Bulletin of the Rough Set Community. Its goal is to encourage the rapid dissemination of research related to the study of Rough Set Theory, as first introduced by Z. Pawlak (Z.Pawlak, "Rough Sets" Int. J. Inform. & Comput. Sci. 11:344-356, 1982.). If you would like to subscribe, please send a short note with your name and email address to roughset@cs.uregina.ca. Submissions should be sent to the same address. The archives of the bulletin are located at ftp.cs.uregina.ca:/pub/ebrsc/ [] and include back issues of the Bulletin as well as data and software contributions and a bibliography. They are also available by gopher at gopher.cs.uregina.ca. The EBRSC is edited by Mike Hadjimichael <mike@cs.uregina.ca> and Robert Golan <golan@cs.uregina.ca>. HOTT: HOTT is a free monthly newsletter summarizing the latest developments in computer, communications, and electronics technologies, as reported in the popular press, trade magazines, research journals, mailing lists, and newsgroups. Topics will include VR, neural networks, PDAs, GUIs, intelligent agents, ubiquitous computing, genetic and evolutionary programming, nanotechnology, and massively parallel programming, among others. To subscribe, send mail to listserv@ucsd.edu with SUBSCRIBE HOTT-LIST in the message body. If you need to speak to a human being, send mail to hott@ucsd.edu. HOTT is edited by David Scott Lewis <d.s.lewis@ieee.org>. Intelligent Control (INTCON): The INTCON (Intelligent Control) Special Interest Group is intended to provide a forum for communication and exchange of ideas among researchers in neuro-control, fuzzy logic control, reinforcement learning and other related subjects grouped under the topic of Intelligent Control. The emphasis is on application in control; by "intelligence" we mean using ideas, techniques and procedures inspired partly from biology, psychology, and so on. To subscribe to INTCON, send mail to bahrami@syscon.ee.unsw.edu.au INTCON is moderated by Mohammad Bahrami, School of Electrical Engineering, University of New South Wales, P. O. Box 1, Kensington, 2033, NSW Australia. CSGnet: The Control Systems Group Network (CSGnet) is a mailing list for folks interested in Perceptual Control Theory (PCT). PCT claims that a fundamental aspect of organisms is their ability to control their environment. To subscribe, send a message to listserv@vmd.cso.uiuc.edu with subscribe csg-l <name, affiliation, city, state> help get csg/Index in the message body. Several MS-DOS demonstration programs are available from the LISTSERV. If you need to speak to a human being about subscription problems, send mail to Gary Cziko <g-cziko@uiuc.edu>, the network manager. 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