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Engineering - Signals & Communication | Aims and Scope: Journal of Signal Processing Systems

Aims and Scope: Journal of Signal Processing Systems

Aims and Scope

The Journal of Signal Processing Systems for Signal, Image, and Video Technology publishes research papers on the design and implementation of signal processing systems, with or without VLSI circuits. The journal is published in twelve issues and is distributed to engineers, researchers, and educators in the general field of signal processing systems.

The key subject areas of interest to the journal are:

System Design and Implementation

  • system design methodologies
  • SoC Designs
  • VLSI and other advanced technologies
  • system performance analysis (including measurement, modeling, and simulation) of signal processing systems

Algorithms

  • DSP algorithms
  • Image, video, and multimedia processing
  • pattern recognition algorithms
  • machine learning techniques

Architectures

  • FPGA
  • design of arithmetic circuits and VLSI components used in signal processing (such as multipliers, dividers, and digital filter sections)
  • specialized number systems (including on-line arithmetic, residue number systems, and logarithmic number systems)
  • embedded architectures and systems
  • multi-processor architectures
  • parallel, pipelined, and array processors
  • multi-core signal processors
  • generic and programmable processors
  • special purpose signal processor architectures
  • algorithms and architecture co-design

Applications

  • acoustics/speech/image/video/multimedia
  • internet and wireless security
  • biometric recognition
  • wireless communication and sensor networks
  • genomic signal processing

 

The Journal of Signal Processing Systems for Signal, Image, and Video Technology considers original, peer-reviewed content as well as high quality workshop, symposium, and conference papers with an emphasis on system design. Among other areas, the journal provides an excellent forum for special issues on applications, algorithms, and architectures of timely interest. There is no page charge for authors. 

Authors benefit from Online FirstTM Publication – in which articles are available and citable online by their DOI (Digital Object Identifier) in advance of print publication. This ensures a fast time-to-publication for accepted papers and enables a wide electronic readership for the journal content.