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The list of tables of contents (TOCs) are now available for May 2019. The TOCs are formatted to the style of its publication and offers not only links to the full issue on the front cover, but also links to the individual articles within each TOC to take you to IEEEXplore®. 

The list of tables of contents (TOCs) are now available for April 2019. The TOCs are formatted to the style of its publication and offers not only links to the full issue on the front cover, but also links to the individual articles within each TOC to take you to IEEEXplore®. 

Most evolutionary algorithms and other meta-heuristic search methods typically assume that there are explicit objective functions available for fitness evaluations. In the real world, such explicit objective functions may not exist in many cases. Instead, computationally very intensive numerical simulations, such as computational fluid dynamic simulations or finite element analysis, must be conducted.

Neural networks with rectified linear unit (ReLU) activation functions (a.k.a. ReLU networks) have achieved great empirical success in various domains. Nonetheless, existing results for learning ReLU networks either pose assumptions on the underlying data distribution being, e.g., Gaussian, or require the network size and/or training size to be sufficiently large.

In the special issue in Proceedings of the IEEE in April 2019, the editors have collected and presented recent works on innovative approaches and emerged technologies for coping with dynamicity, heterogeneity, and the scale, which have been central to (or even enablers of) recent advances in communications and networking technologies.

The list of tables of contents (TOCs) are now available for March 2019. The TOCs are formatted to the style of its publication and offers not only links to the full issue, but also to the individual articles in IEEEXplore®. 

Autonomous vehicles (AVs) are appearing everywhere: in the air, on the road, and even underground and underwater. Signal processing is helping to guide these vehicles more accurately, which ensures their safety and also protects the people who encounter them.

Compressive sensing (CS) theory opens promising avenues toward building rapid and energy-efficient sensing systems in a wide range of applications that require inherently high temporal and/or spatial resolution while exhibiting a sparse signal structure.

Industrial control systems (ICSs) manage and monitor critical civil or military infrastructure, such as water treatment facilities, power plants, electricity grids, transportation systems, oil and gas refineries, and health care. Because they are so important, ICSs are becoming attractive targets for malicious attacks that could lead to catastrophic failures with substantive impacts.

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