Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship
Fall 2000

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Interdisciplinary Topics and Complexity

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Complexity International

Indexed by: MathSciNet

"Complexity International is a refereed journal for scientific papers dealing with any area of complex systems research. The theme of the journal is the field of complex systems, the generation of complex behaviour from the interaction of multiple parallel processes. Relevant topics include (but are not restricted to): artificial life, cellular automata, chaos theory, control theory, evolutionary programming, fractals, genetic algorithms, information systems, neural networks, non-linear dynamics, parallel computation.

Papers dealing with applications of these topics (for example, to biology, economics, epidemiology, sociology) are also encouraged"


Indexed by: Chemical Abstracts

At the time of publication of this webliography, InterJournal has three major subjournals: Complex Systems, Polymers and Complex Fluids, and Genetics. It (They) are "distributed self-organizing refereed journals on selected topics in science and engineering." "The InterJournal acts not as a single journal but as a number of interlocking journals. Articles that are submitted can be simultaneously refereed and accepted (or rejected) in more than one of these virtual journals. The different journals are identified by subject area. However, all of the subject areas are part of the same global subject hierarchy and the abstracts of all of the different areas are stored in a common database."

UK Nonlinear News

"The primary goal of UK Nonlinear News is to allow researchers in the applied and theoretical sides of nonlinear mathematics to keep abreast of the wide variety of nonlinear activities throughout the UK. Broadly speaking we hope that each issue will carry several articles about various groups and activities, as well as shorter pieces of news, reviews, and questions. Although primarily intended as a service to the UK community, this should not be seen as exclusive, and participation from overseas is welcomed."


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