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As a reminder, most of the SPS publications have eliminated month-based issues and moved to a volume-only, continuous pagination model. This allows for rapid dissemination of content for our journals and now, articles are posted to their respective journals on IEEEXplore® nearly every day! 

You may have been wondering what happened to the list of tables of contents (TOCs) we were offering in the SPS Newsletter each month? Well, beginning in 2020, many of the SPS journals eliminated month-based issues and moved to volume-only publications; for these, there are no month-based TOCs. In order to address this, we worked to devise a method to collect a range of articles being posted to IEEEXplore® and assemble them into a separate, yet familiar, formatted TOC.

IEEE realizes that many are directly or indirectly engaged in the fight against COVID-19 and its effects on global health and safety, research, infrastructure, communications, and more. IEEE has identified articles from the IEEE Xplore digital library that may help researchers understand and manage different aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic and technologies that can be leveraged to combat it.

The new IEEE Transactions on Artificial Intelligence (T-AI) is a multidisciplinary journal publishing peer-reviewed articles on theories and methodologies in Artificial Intelligence; applications of Artificial Intelligence will also be considered.

 

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.

 

2020 Multimedia Prize Paper Award Nomination Period is Open. Any paper published in T-MM in 2017, 2018, or 2019 is eligible. Judging shall be on the bases of originality, subject matter, timeliness, potential impact, and presentation quality.

Recent years have witnessed the rapid development of virtual reality (VR). Above 90% of VR content is in the form of 360° video, also called omnidirectional video or panoramic video. Generally speaking, 360° video offers immersive and interactive viewing experience, as the viewers are able to freely move their heads in the range of 360° × 180° to access different viewports. Therefore, the perception of 360° video is significantly different from that of traditional video.

2020 Multimedia Prize Paper Award Nomination Period is Open. Any paper published in T-MM in 2017, 2018, or 2019 is eligible. Judging shall be on the bases of originality, subject matter, timeliness, potential impact, and presentation quality.

Imaging of the human body using a number of different modalities has revolutionized the field of medicine over the past several decades and continues to grow at a rapid pace. More than ever, previously unknown information about biology and disease is being unveiled at a range of spatiotemporal scales. Although results and clinical adoption of strategies related to the computational and quantitative analysis of the images have lagged behind development of image acquisition approaches, there has been a noticeable increase of effort and interest in these areas in recent years. 

The process of forming images from measured data using computational algorithms is referred to as computational imaging. Rapid advances in computational hardware and signal processing algorithms have resulted in a flurry of activity in computational imaging in several application areas, including medicine, biology, remote sensing, and seismic imaging.

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