Signal Processing

  in Journal   Posted on August 27, 2017

Journal Ranking & Metrics

JCR Impact Factor: 3.11
SJR : 1.048
Scopus H-index : 101
Guide2Research Overall Ranking: 120

Journal Information

ISSN: 0165-1684
Publisher :
Periodicity : Monthly
Journal & Submission Website: https://www.journals.elsevier.com/signal-processing

Aims & Scope of the Journal

A publication of the European Association for Signal Processing (EURASIP)

Signal Processing incorporates all aspects of the theory and practice of signal processing. It features original research work, tutorial and review articles, and accounts of practical developments. It is intended for a rapid dissemination of knowledge and experience to engineers and scientists working in the research, development or practical application of signal processing.

Subject areas covered by the journal include: Signal Theory; Stochastic Processes; Detection and Estimation; Spectral Analysis; Filtering; Signal Processing Systems; Software Developments; Image Processing; Pattern Recognition; Optical Signal Processing; Digital Signal Processing; Multi-dimensional Signal Processing; Communication Signal Processing; Biomedical Signal Processing; Geophysical and Astrophysical Signal Processing; Earth Resources Signal Processing; Acoustic and Vibration Signal Processing; Data Processing; Remote Sensing; Signal Processing Technology; Radar Signal Processing; Sonar Signal Processing; Industrial Applications; New Applications.

Type of Contributions:
The journal welcomes the following types of contributions.

Original research articles:
Research articles should not exceed 30 pages (single column, double spaced) in length and must contain novel research within the scope of the journal.

Review articles:
Review articles are typically 30-60 pages (single column, double spaced) in length, and provide a comprehensive review on a scientific topic. They may be relatively broad in scope, thereby serving a tutorial function, or be quite specialized, aimed at researchers in the chosen field.

Fast Communications:
A Fast Communication is a short, self-contained article highlighting ongoing research, or reporting interesting possibly tentative ideas, or comments on previously published research. Such articles should not exceed 10 pages (single column, double spaced) in length not including figures or tables which should accompany the submission as separate files. The objective is to provide detailed, constructive feedback on submitted papers and publish high quality papers within a very short period of time.

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