IEEE Transactions on Computational Imaging


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IEEE Transactions on Computational Imaging

Special Announcement

TCI is now indexed in the Emerging sources Citation Index (ESCI) in Web of Science.

From now until December 2017, papers publishing in IEEE Transactions on Computational Imaging (TCI) will not be charged overlength page fees.


The IEEE Transactions on Computational Imaging will publish articles where computation plays an integral role in the image formation process. Papers will cover all areas of computational imaging ranging from fundamental theoretical methods to the latest innovative computational imaging system designs. Topics of interest will include advanced algorithms and mathematical techniques, model-based data inversion, methods for image and signal recovery from sparse and incomplete data, techniques for non-traditional sensing of image data, methods for dynamic information acquisition and extraction from imaging sensors, software and hardware for efficient computation in imaging systems, and highly novel imaging system design.

Reproducible research

The Transactions encourages authors to make their publications reproducible by making all information needed to reproduce the presented results available online. This typically requires publishing the code and data used to produce the publication's figures and tables on a website; see the supplemental materials section of the information for authors. It gives other researchers easier access to the work, and facilitates fair comparisons.

Multimedia content

It is now possible to submit for review and publish in Xplore supporting multimedia material such as speech samples, images, movies, matlab code etc. A multimedia graphical abstract can also be displayed along with the traditional text. More information is available under Multimedia Materials at the IEEE Author Digital Toolbox.




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