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Call for Submissions to the IEEE Open Journal of Signal Processing

By: 
Mari Ostendorf

The Signal Processing Society has recently launched its first fully open access journal, the IEEE Open Journal of Signal Processing (OJ-SP). OJ-SP is dedicated to publishing high-impact, peer-reviewed articles on the innovations and emerging topics covering the full scope of signal processing. This fully open access journal welcomes papers addressing the theory, algorithms with associated architectures and implementations, and applications related to processing information.

OJ-SP is fully compliant with funder open access mandates, such as Plan S. All articles are published under Creative Commons Attribution Licenses (CC-BY). We are also committed to a rapid peer review process, aiming for an average of 15 weeks from submission to publication.

The Journal is accepting submissions of regular manuscripts from the full scope of signal processing. For a limited time, the Signal Processing Society is offering authors a special discounted article processing charge (APC) rate of $995, and OJ-SP will not have overlength page charges. We also invite proposals for Overview Articles and special sections. Papers accepted for publication as an overview article or in a  special section will have APCs waived.

Submit your article today and be among the first authors to be published in the IEEE Open Journal of Signal Processing.

 

Mari Ostendorf, Editor-in-Chief
Endowed Professor of System Design Methodologies
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98185 USA

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