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Please find this month’s tables of contents (TOCs) below. The three SPS publications who still have month-based issues (Signal Processing Magazine, Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing, and Transactions on Multimedia), will still have traditionally formatted TOCs.

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! 

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! 

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.

The list of tables of contents (TOCs) are now available for December 2019. The TOCs are formatted to the style of its publication and offers links to the full issue on the front cover, as well as links to the individual articles in IEEEXplore®; simply mouse-over the article title and click on it.

The list of tables of contents (TOCs) are now available for November 2019. The TOCs are formatted to the style of its publication and offers links to the full issue on the front cover, as well as links to the individual articles in IEEEXplore®; simply mouse-over the article title and click on it. 

The list of tables of contents (TOCs) are now available for September 2019. The TOCs are formatted to the style of its publication and offers links to the full issue on the front cover, as well as links to the individual articles in IEEEXplore®; simply mouse-over the article title and click on it. 

The list of tables of contents (TOCs) are now available for July 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 to take you directly to IEEEXplore®; simply mouse-over the article title and click on it.

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®. 

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