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ISA offers online access to ISA transactions as member benefit

22 July 2008

ISA announced that online access to ISA Transactions, a journal of advances and state-of-the-art in the science and engineering of measurement and automation, will be available at no cost to ISA members.
Access to the journal will be beneficial for industrial practitioners and applied researchers.

ISA offers online access to ISA transactions as member benefit
ISA offers online access to ISA transactions as member benefit

The journal, which seeks to bridge the gap between practice and theory in measurement and automation, is published quarterly on behalf of ISA by Elsevier, a leading scientific publisher serving 30 million scientists, students, and health and information professionals world-wide.

The journal includes articles centred on measurement topics such as sensors, perception systems, analysers, signal processing, filtering, data compression, data rectification, fault detection, inferential measurement, soft sensors, and hardware interfacing. Articles relating to the measurement topics also study several different techniques such as artificial intelligence, fuzzy logic, communication systems, and process analysis.

The journal also focuses on automation topics like statistical and deterministic strategies for discrete event and continuous process control, modelling and simulation, event triggers, scheduling and sequencing, system reliability, quality, maintenance, management, and loss prevention. Techniques and best practices in automation are also covered, with article topics ranging from optimisation, learning systems, and gaming strategy development to security and human interfacing and training.

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