The new CBMM Memo series achieves the following goals:
- to share preliminary versions of new results faster than we can by publishing only in traditional journals
- to fulfill our commitment to NSF
- to share our work with the broader community
- to keep track in one place of our joint and cumulative results
- to create a body of work on the science and technology of intelligence
- Make sure that the memo describes work that is relevant to the CBMM and is supported at least in part by the CBMM Note: the memo standard acknowledgment says “This work was supported by the Center for Brains, Minds and Machines (CBMM), funded by NSF STC award CCF – 1231216.” Ask the thrust leader if in doubt.
- Ask the appropriate CBMM Thrust Leaders to review and approve your memo.
- Upon Thrust Leader’s approval, contact Kathleen Sullivan, email: kdsulliv [a] mit.edu, and cc your Thrust Leader, and request a memo number assignment and the CBMM cover template. Kathleen will send you the cover page template with your memo number and arXiv submission instructions.
- Login to the CBMM website and click on Add Publication and upload your memo selecting CBMM Memo as the Publication Type.
- We highly recommend that you upload at least an abstract of your memo to arXiv.org, and preferably the entire Memo, to further disseminate your work.
- Within a few days of submiting your memo on the Center website, it will be added to the DSpace@MIT collection for you.
Note: The Center does not expect problems with publishing Memos as either pre-prints or post prints. For most major journals, having published a CBMM Memos does not preclude publishing the paper through their journal.
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