|Volume 1: No. 29|
Peter M. Weiss (firstname.lastname@example.org) has passed along an interesting publication. Bob Cowles ("Dr. Chaos," with an M.S.) has started publishing Chaos Corner, a occasional compendium of computer-related news and telecommunications tips. (Not to be confused with Chaos Manor, Jerry Pournelle's residence.) Contact Bob (email@example.com) for a free subscription.
Neuron Digest is restarting, with 1,200 directly subscribing sites and many more through Usenet comp.ai.neural-nets. Moderator Peter Marvit (firstname.lastname@example.org) just moved to UPenn, and has yet to get the archives working. (Running a popular list can be a big job.)
AIL-L is a new AI and Law list started by David R. Warner, Jr. (email@example.com), Professor of Law at Ohio Northern University. To subscribe, send a "sub ail-l yourname" message to firstname.lastname@example.org. [Neuron Digest, 10/15.]
NEWEDU-L, or New Paradigms in Education List, is a moderated Bitnet discussion of technology and information (including AI and multimedia) in education. To join, send a "sub newedu-l yourname" message to email@example.com. [Greg Swan (firstname.lastname@example.org), PACS-L, 10/8.]
If you're into concurrent semantics, you may want to join the concurrency mailing list run by Albert Meyer. Send a note to email@example.com for info. [Mike Stannett (firstname.lastname@example.org), connectionists, 10/4.]
Neuro-evolution is a forum for discussing genetic algorithms (GAs) and evolutionary design of artificial neural networks. Contact email@example.com. [Mike Rudnick (firstname.lastname@example.org), connectionists, 9/12.]
Laboratory PC User is a newsletter helping people capture lab data and analyze it using commercial tools (such as Lotus 1-2-3). Published monthly by BREGO Research (ISSN 0897-0130), 5989 Vista Loop, San Jose, CA 95124. $48 for 12 issues, or $68 outside the U.S. Disks of programs are available for about $6 each. [W. Todd Wipke (email@example.com), 9/14.] Dr. Glenn Ouchi, the editor-in-chief, was Todd's student. The newsletter hasn't covered AI data analysis techniques yet; I'm sure Glenn would like to get articles about them.
Systems Automation: Research and Applications (SARA) will cover systems aspects of automation, including data management, AI, and robotics, for the International Society for Productivity Enhancement (ISPE). Dr. Biren Prasad, Editor-in-Chief, (313) 661-1838. Ablex Publishing, $95 institutional. [Peiya Liu (firstname.lastname@example.org), comp.robotics, 9/18.]