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Transactions on Audio Speech and Language Processing

IEEE/ACM TRANSACTIONS ON

AUDIO, SPEECH, AND LANGUAGE PROCESSING

A PUBLICATION OF THE IEEE SIGNAL PROCESSING SOCIETY AND THE
ASSOCIATION FOR COMPUTING MACHINERY


Important Announcement - August 2, 2013
IEEE and ACM are pleased to announce that the IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing and the ACM Transactions on Speech and Language Processing will be published jointly as the IEEE/ACM Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing, starting January 2014. Papers from the new Transactions will appear in both IEEE Xplore and the ACM Digital Library. Publication will be managed by IEEE as a hybrid journal, allowing either traditional or open access manuscript submission. The new journal welcomes novel contributions in all areas covered by the two journals, which includes audio, speech, and language processing and the sciences that support them.

A revised and expanded version of the EDICS will be posted later this month. For new submissions, go to http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/sps-ieee.


Scope: The IEEE/ACM Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing covers audio, speech and language processing and the sciences that support them. It includes practical areas of the design, development, and evaluation of speech- and text-processing systems along with their associated theory. It publishes application-oriented research, survey papers, and descriptions of novel applications. Audio processing topics include: transducers, room acoustics, active sound control, human audition, analysis/synthesis/coding of music, and consumer audio. Speech processing topics include: speech analysis, synthesis, coding, speech and speaker recognition, speech production and perception, and speech enhancement. Language processing topics include: speech and text analysis, understanding, generation, dialog management, translation, summarization, question answering and document indexing and retrieval, as well as general language modeling.

Machine learning and pattern analysis applied to any of the above areas is also welcome.

Reproducible research
The Transactions encourages authors to make their publications reproducible by making all information needed to reproduce the presented results available online. This typically requires publishing the code and data used to produce the publication's figures and tables on a website; see the supplemental materials section of the information for authors. It gives other researchers easier access to the work, and facilitates fair comparisons.

Multimedia content
It is now possible to submit for review and publish in Xplore supporting multimedia material such as speech samples, images, movies, matlab code etc. A multimedia graphical abstract can also be displayed along with the traditional text. More information is available under Multimedia Materials at the IEEE Author Digital Tool Box.

Impact factor: 2.625
Eigenfactor™ Score: 0.01051

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