IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing

  in Journal   Posted on September 23, 2020

Journal Ranking & Metrics

G2R Score : 5.45
G2R H-Index : 17
JCR Impact Factor : 7.512
Scopus Citescore : 12.8
SCIMAGO SJR : 1.318
SCIMAGO H-index : 53
Guide2Research Overall Ranking : 148

Journal Information

ISSN : 1949-3045
Publisher :
Periodicity : Quarterly
Journal & Submission Website : https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/aboutJournal.jsp?punumber=5165369

Top Scientists who published in this Journal

Number of top scientists* : 56
Documents published by top scientists* : 68
* Based on data published during the last three years.

Aims & Scope of the Journal

The IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing is a cross-disciplinary and international archive journal aimed at disseminating results of research on the design of systems that can recognize, interpret, and simulate human emotions and related affective phenomena. The journal publishes original research on the principles and theories explaining why and how affective factors condition interaction between humans and technology, on how affective sensing and simulation techniques can inform our understanding of human affective processes, and on the design, implementation and evaluation of systems that carefully consider affect among the factors that influence their usability. Surveys of existing work are considered for publication when they propose a new viewpoint on the history and the perspective on this domain. The journal covers but is not limited to the following topics:: Sensing & analysis: Algorithms and features for the recognition of affective state from face and body gesturesAnalysis of text and spoken language for emotion recognitionAnalysis of prosody and voice quality of affective speechRecognition of auditory and visual affect burstsRecognition of affective state from central (e.g. fMRI, EEG) and peripheral (e.g. GSR) physiological measuresMethods for multi-modal recognition of affective stateRecognition of group emotionMethods of data collection with respect to psychological issues as mood induction…

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