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Organizing a Special Issue of IEEE SPM

By: 
Robert W. Heath

In my September editorial [1], I outlined the important components of good feature articles in response to feedback from our recent IEEE Periodicals Review and Advisory Committee (PRAC) meeting. In this issue's editorial, I discuss the process of organizing a special issue (SI) for IEEE Signal Processing Magazine (SPM). The purpose is twofold. First, I want to encourage readers to become involved in organizing an SI. Second, I want provide more information about the decision-making process so that authors understand how they can have an article accepted.

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