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2011 Journal Citation Reports have been released by Thomson Reuters

Thomson Reuters released its 2011 Journal Citation Reports (JCR), which is generally accepted as the world’s most influential source of information about highly-cited, peer reviewed publications and the source of the new Journal Impact Factors.

Below please find the rankings of the top-10 IEEE journals in terms of the impact factor:

  1. P IEEE (IF: 6.810)
  2. IEEE COMMUN SURV TUT (IF: 6.311)
  3. IEEE T IND ELECTRON (IF: 5.160)
  4. IEEE IND ELECTRON (IF: 5.000)
  5. IEEE T PATTERN ANAL (IF: 4.908)
  6. IEEE T POWER ELECTR (IF: 4.650)
  7. IEEE T FUZZY SYST (IF: 4.260)
  8. IEEE SIGNAL PROC MAG (IF: 4.066)
  9. IEEE COMMUN MAG (IF: 3.785)
  10. IEEE J SEL TOP QUANT (IF: 3.780)

Below please find the rankings of the top-10 IEEE journals in terms of the number of submissions that they receive:

  1. IEEE T INFORM THEORY (2011 total cites: 27,909)
  2. IEEE T PATTERN ANAL (2011 total cites: 22,409)
  3. IEEE T AUTOMAT CONTR (2011 total cites: 19,589)
  4. P IEEE (2011 total cites: 16,872)
  5. IEEE T SIGNAL PROCES (2011 total cites: 16,727)
  6. IEEE T GEOSCI REMOTE (2011 total cites: 16,126)
  7. IEEE T ANTENN PROPAG (2011 total cites: 15,952)
  8. IEEE T IND ELECTRON (2011 total cites: 15,474)
  9. IEEE T MAGN (2011 total cites: 15,454)
  10. IEEE T ELECTRON DEV (2011 total cites: 14,095)

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