The JIPS journal was created in 2008 by the Francophone Association for Human-Computer Interaction (AFIHM). The JIPS journal is a successor to the Review of Human-Machine Interaction (RIHM) that was founded in 1997 and active until 2007, when it became the Journal of Human Mediated Interactions. RIHM was chaired successively by Jean Caelen & Khaldoun Zreik, followed by Bertrand David & Christophe Kolski. From 2008 to 2012, JIPS was chaired by Jean-Daniel Fekete, Pierre Dragicevic and Nicolas Roussel.
Published on-line, the JIPS journal aims to encourage the dissemination of research on human-machine interaction by promoting achievements in this field. The journal accepts two types of contributions: research articles and position papers. The journal also publishes special issues.
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