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February 3, 2014

TAAS Issues Call for Papers

Feb. 3 — The ACM Transactions on Autonomous and Adaptive Systems (TAAS) is a venue for high quality research contributions addressing foundational, engineering, and technological aspects related to all those complex ICT systems that have to serve – in autonomy and with capabilities of autonomous adaptation – in highly dynamic socio-technico-physical environments.

TAAS addresses research on autonomous and adaptive systems being undertaken by an increasingly interdisciplinary research community — and provide a common platform under which this work can be published and disseminated. TAAS encourages contributions aimed at supporting the understanding, development, and control of such systems and of their behaviors. Contributions are expected to be based on sound and innovative theoretical models, algorithms, engineering and programming techniques, infrastructures and systems, or technological and application experiences.

Call for Papers

TAAS invites authors to submit original and unpublished articles that are written in English and on topics that are within the scope of the journal. Paper should have an introductory part that is comprehensible by a non-expert, and should reference up-to-date related literature. Papers can be up to 10000 words (20 printed pages) in length – papers exceeding this limit will have to either be shortened, or have to move some of the material to an appendix that will only be published online. Additional information can be found at

Expected Turnaround Times 

Currently, the average review turnaround time (the time from article submission to first notification) is approximately 2 months and the time from acceptance to publication is now typically less than 6 months for papers requiring revision. Additional statistics can be found at


Source: Rutgers University