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Cognitive Engineering

Ingénierie cognitique




IngeCog - ISSN 2517-6978 - © ISTE Ltd

Aims and scope

Objectifs de la revue

Cognitive Engineering aims at publishing the main scientific, technical, epistemological and philosophical texts that concern cognitive technologies and their current and future development.

 

In a time ruled by exponential logic, digital technologies have spread in society, in systems involving humans and interfaces, their personal or shared uses or more globally their collective uses. Digital technologies are taking over organization and group life as well as people’s life to the point where they are entering bodies and moving into thoughts with new forms of anthropotechnical hybridity.

 

Important sectors are affected: intelligent and technological systems, learning systems, meta-cognitive systems, collaborative and hybrid systems, ethics and the future of cognitive engineering and its systems.

Ingénierie cognitique a pour vocation de publier les principaux textes scientifiques, technologiques, épistémologiques et philosophiques concernant les technologies cognitives et leurs développements actuels et futurs.

Dans une période soumise à la logique de l’exponentiel, le numérique sous toutes ses formes s’installe dans la société, dans les systèmes impliquant les hommes et les interfaces, leurs usages personnels, partagés ou plus généralement collectifs. Il envahit l’organisation et la vie des groupes comme des individus, allant jusqu’à pénétrer les corps ou s’insérer dans la pensée dans de nouvelles formes d’hybridité anthropotechnique.

De grands secteurs sont concernés : systèmes technologiques intelligents, systèmes apprenants, systèmes métacognitifs, systèmes collaboratifs et hybrides, éthique et futurs de l’ingénierie cognitique et des systèmes.

Journal issues

2017

Volume 17- 1

Issue 1

2018

Volume 18- 2

Issue 1

2019

Volume 19- 3

Issue 1

Recent articles

Experimental impact of (non-differentiable) image filters on image recognition residual networks

This article describes the accuracy improvements observer by the injection of mathematically non-differentiable image filters As an introduction it provides a small state of the art of the techniques used in image (...)


Clustering of variables and multivariate analysis of mixed data from BCI study

The aim of this work is to analyze complex data from a Brain Computer Interfaces (BCI) study using multivariate statistical methods (PCAmix approach and clustering of variables) to better understand and interpret their (...)


Effects of vehicle automation in normal and critical driving situations: from empirical studies on a driving simulator to cognitive modelling.

With the migration of responsibility from drivers to automation systems in vehicles, there are potential risks to be studied due to “out-of-the loop” issue induced by the automated driving. To investigate these potential (...)


Edelman (TNGS) and learning process of reading

After mentioning the six paradigms of the learning process, one of Edelman contribution to the theory is explained. Its application to the learning process of reading shows how important it is to link it with (...)


Ethical approach in neotechnology of human enhancement

Converging technologies, or NBIC neotechnologies, are the subject of all the hopes, fears and resistances that support the moral positions developed and promoted by citizens facing the exponential development of these (...)


Editorial Board


Editor in Chief

Bernard CLAVERIE
ENSC, IMS – Bordeaux INP
bernard.claverie@ensc.fr


Co-Editors

Jean-Paul BOURRIERES
IMS – Bordeaux INP
Jean-Paul.Bourrieres@u-bordeaux.fr

Laurent CHAUDRON
ONERA Salon de Provence
laurent.chaudron@polytechnique.org

Gilles COPPIN
Lab-STICC – Telecom Bretagne
gilles.coppin@telecom-bretagne.eu

Jean-Gabriel GANASCIA
LIP6 - Sorbonne Université
Jean-Gabriel.Ganascia@lip6.fr

Patrick GARDA
Sorbonne Université
patrick.garda@upmc.fr

Hervé LE GUYADER
Aquitaine Europe Communication
herve.leguyader@ensc.fr


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