Aims and scope
Cognitive Computation is an international, peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal that publishes cutting-edge articles describing original basic and applied work involving biologically-inspired computational accounts of all aspects of natural and artificial cognitive systems. It provides a new platform for the dissemination of research, current practices and future trends in the emerging discipline of cognitive computation that bridges the gap between life sciences, social sciences, engineering, physical and mathematical sciences, and humanities.
Its main purpose is to establish a forum for bringing different scientific communities together to discuss key issues and challenges in the emerging area of cognitive computation and to promote an interdisciplinary understanding of the diverse topics, including those related to perception, action, attention, learning and memory, decision making, language processing, communication, reasoning, problem solving, and consciousness aspects of cognition.
Cognitive Computation considers original contributions using theoretical, computational, experimental and integrative studies in cognitive systems, including (but not limited to): artificial intelligence, neural networks, cognitive neuromorphic engineering and other hardware implementations, cognitive robotics, autonomous cognitive systems, neuroscience nanotechnology, self-organizing, swarm and immune systems, complex systems and control theory, and computational cognitive neuroscience, as well as submissions focusing on the development of latest research into practical applications.
Cognitive Computation welcomes submissions to the following special sections:
1. Sentic Computing
2. Big Data Analytics
More information on these sections can be found on the Journal Updates page: https://www.springer.com/journal/12559/updates