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New Springer journal on swarm intelligence

The German scientific publisher Springer debuted a new journal last June on swarm behavior.

The Journal is entitled Swarm Intelligence and it looks like we have online access to this journal via our SpringerLink e-journals subscription. You can access it via the link above or the URL below (note the Library proxy link):

http://libproxy.library.wmich.edu/login?url=http://www.springerlink.com/content/1935-3812

The tables of contents for the first two issues that are available are pasted below.

Swarm Intelligence

v.1:no.1 (June 2007)

Editorial: Marco Dorigo p.1-2

The biological principles of swarm intelligence
Simon Garnier, Jacques Gautrais and Guy Theraulaz
p.3-31

Particle swarm optimization: An overview
Riccardo Poli, James Kennedy and Tim Blackwell
p.33-57

Mathematical runtime analysis of ACO algorithms: survey on an emerging issue
Walter J. Gutjahr
p.59-79

v.1:no.2 (December 2007)

Moving targets: collective decisions and flexible choices in house-hunting ants
Nigel R. Franks, James W. Hooper, Mike Gumn, Tamsyn H. Bridger, James A. R. Marshall, Roderich Groß and Anna Dornhaus
p.81-94

Ant-based and swarm-based clustering
Julia Handl and Bernd Meyer
p.95-113

An ant colony optimization approach to flexible protein-ligand docking
Oliver Korb, Thomas Stützle and Thomas E. Exner
p.115-134

Ant colony optimization for real-world vehicle routing problems
From theory to applications
A. E. Rizzoli, R. Montemanni, E. Lucibello and L. M. Gambardella
p.135-151

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About Ed Eckel

I am a engineering and applied sciences librarian at Western Michigan University.

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