Aims & Scope
The journal is an interdisciplinary journal presenting the theory and practice of Signal, Image and Video Processing. It aims at:
The Editorial policy and the technical content of the journal are the responsibility of the Editor-in-Chief and the Editorial Board. The journal welcomes contributions from every country in the world. All submissions are peer reviewed by anonymous referees.
The journal incorporates all aspects of theory and practice of Signal, Image and Video Processing. It features original research work, review and tutorial papers and accounts of practical developments. It is intended for the rapid dissemination of knowledge and experience to Scientists and Engineers working in any area related to or using Signal, Image and Video Processing.
Subject areas covered by the journal include but are not limited to:
Adaptive processing – biomedical signal processing – multimedia signal processing – communication signal processing – non-linear signal processing – array processing – statistical signal processing – modeling – filtering – multi-resolution – segmentation – coding – restoration – enhancement – storage and retrieval – colour and multi-spectral processing – scanning – displaying – printing – interpolation – motion detection and estimation – stereoscopic processing.
Image and video processing manuscripts addressing real-time algorithmic, hardware, software or implementation issues are encouraged to be submitted to the Springer Journal of Real-Time Image Processing which is dedicated to real-time aspects of image and video processing.