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Non-Active Journals

The journals below are no longer active but available for reading or/and downloading full texts. All journals are open access published freely avaialable via the Internet.

Electronic Transactions on Artificial Intelligence (ETAI)

The Electronic Transactions on Artificial Intelligence (ETAI) has pioneered a new view of how scientific results may be communicated. Traditional scientific journals are organized to fit the paper-and-print technology; ETAI is organized to make the best use of Internet technology, in particular by using a new and different peer-review system. ETAI is an open access journal free of charge.

The ETAI was quite active during the years 1997 to 2000 and the last issue was published in 2001.

Electronic News Journal on Reasoning about Actions and Change

The News Journal contains an archival version of the interactions that have taken place in the ETAI area of “RAC” (Reasoning about Actions and Change) during the publication period. These interactions include review discussions, on-line panel discussions, and general news.

From day to day, the interactions are communicated via E-mail to the members, and using the ETAI-RAC webpage. The News Journal is an additional channel that serves the following purposes:

  • Especially for temporary readers-visitors, who do not wish to follow the developments in the area through the daily Newsletters, it provides a convenient way of reading what has happened during the month (or other publication period).
  • It provides a formal, published, and citable status to the contributions during the publication period. The News Journal is published, in the technical sense, both on paper and electronically, and it is guaranteed to be preserved and available on-line.

The last issue was published in 2001.

Student Journal of Health Sciences

Student Journal of Health Sciences is a student-based scientific journal at the Faculty of Medicine, Health University, Linköping University. In this journal abstracts and articles are published based on essays and theses (undergraduate essays, master's theses, etc.) in the field of health sciences, from all education programs at the Faculty of Health Sciences. It concerns training lines for nurses, physiotherapists, doctors, occupational therapists, biomedical analysts and social care.

The basic idea of ​​the journal is not only that the student's dissertation work should be given a publication opportunity. Students will also have an important role in the journal's work. The intention is that student representatives from the various education lines and student councils should be prepared to participate in the editorial work.

In each issue of the journal there is an Editorial which is suitably written by a student from a variety of education lines at the Health University. There may also be Editorial written by teachers at the Health University. There is also the opportunity to write Letter to the Editor. Also reviews of new course literature or other newly published books in the field of health science may occur. The publication in the journal is published in English.

The last issue was published in 2001.



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