IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON
A PUBLICATION OF THE IEEE SIGNAL PROCESSING SOCIETY
Scope: The IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing covers novel theory, algorithms, performance analyses and applications of techniques for the processing, understanding, learning, retrieval, mining, and extraction of information from signals. The term “signal” includes, among others, audio, video, speech, image, communication, geophysical, sonar, radar, medical and musical signals. Examples of topics of interest include, but are not limited to, information processing and the theory and application of filtering, coding, transmitting, estimating, detecting, analyzing, recognizing, synthesizing, recording, and reproducing signals.
The theory and means for achieving these and related aims, along with the environmental, psychological, and physiological factors of these technologies are the scope in overview of the IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, the IEEE Signal Processing Letters, and IEEE Signal Processing Magazine. Portions are addressed more specifically in other Society journals, IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, the IEEE Transactions on Multimedia, the IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech and Language Processing, and the IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security.
The scope is reflected in the EDICS: the Editors` Information Classification Scheme.
The Transactions publish original, timely and significant contributions. Submissions must be previously unpublished and may not be under considerations elsewhere. Technical papers are submitted via Manuscript Central (see Author`s Instructions). Please consider the journal with the most appropriate scope for your submission.
Abstracts and indexing
The Transactions is listed in AMS MathSciNet (Mathematical Reviews Database), Current Contents (Engineering, Computing & Technology, Electronics & Telecommunications Collection), CompuMath citation index, EI Compendex, IEE INSPEC, ISI Science Citation Index, ISI SciSearch, Scitation Research Alerts, PubMed, Medline.
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. It gives other researchers easier access to the work, and facilitates fair comparisons. More information on a practical setup.
It is now possible to submit for review and publish in Xplore supporting multimedia material such as speech samples, images, movies, matlab code etc. More information under Multimedia Materials at the IEEE Author Digital Tool Box.
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