EURASIP Journal on Applied Signal Processing EURASIP
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The overall aim of EURASIP Journal on Applied Signal Processing (EURASIP JASP) is to bring science and applications together with emphasis on practical aspects of signal processing in new and emerging technologies. It is directed as much at the practicing engineer as at the academic. EURASIP JASP will highlight the diverse applications of signal processing and encourage a cross-fertilization of techniques. All papers should attempt to bring theory to life with practical simulations and examples. Tutorial articles on topics of interest are also welcomed. EURASIP JASP employs paperless, electronic review process to foster fast and speedy turnaround in review process.

There are two different issues: regular issues and special issues. The regular issues publish collections of papers without special solicitation. The special issues have specifically aimed and targeted topics of interest contributed by authors responding to a particular Call-for-Papers or by invitation, edited by invited guest editor(s). Regular papers can submitted at any time, while special issue papers can be submitted only based on planned schedules and submission guidelines of the Call-for-Papers. Proposals for special issues can be submitted directly to Editor-in-Chief.

Subject areas include (but are by no means limited to):

  • Signal processing theory, algorithm, architecture, design, and implementation
  • Speech processing, coding, compression, and recognition
  • Audio signal processing, coding, and compression
  • Image/video processing, coding, compression, restoration, analysis and understanding, and communications
  • Multimedia signal processing and technology
  • Signal processing for communications and networking
  • Statistical and adaptive signal processing
  • Nonlinear signal processing techniques
  • Signal processing design tools
  • Signal processing for security, authentication, and cryptography
  • Analog signal processing
  • Signal processing for smart sensor and systems

Application areas include (but are not limited to): communications, networking, sensors and actuators, radar and sonar, medical imaging, biomedical applications, remote sensing, consumer electronics, computer vision, pattern recognition, robotics, fiber optic sensing/transducers, industrial automation, transportation, stock market and financial analysis, seismography, avionics.