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APSIPA Transactions on Signal and Information Processing

The Journal serves as an international forum for signal and information processing researchers across a broad spectrum of research, ranging from traditional modalities of signal processing to emerging areas where either (i) processing reaches higher semantic levels (e.g., from speech recognition to multimodal human behaviour recognition) or (ii) processing is meant to extract information from datasets that are not traditionally considered signals (e.g., mining of Internet or sensor information).

Merit of this journal:

  • Open access: free, permanent, worldwide access to your article
  • Rapid publication: continuous publication of articles as soon as they are accepted
  • Peer reviewed by international experts, first review response available in less than 3 months
  • Free color, no overlength page charges (flat $600 processing fee)
  • Papers indexed by Scopus
  • Pappers indexed by ESCI and searchable on the Web of Science
  • Papers linked on Google Scholar

Express White Papers makes it easier for authors of accepted conference papers to convert their submissions into journal paper submissions. The white paper model, in use in some well known publications in our field, makes it easier for authors to get an assessment of whether their planned submission has a good chance to be accepted. Because review is based on a conference paper and a white paper, which are both short, it should be possible to provide this feedback quickly to the authors. This initial work will also make it more likely that the full paper submission (if recommended) will be processed faster.

APSIPA Sadaoki Furui Prize Paper Award will be awarded at APSIPA ASC each year based on selection from the papers published in the preceding five years. Nominations with supporting comments should be sent to Editor in Chief or VP-Publications, who co-chair the Award Commitee by August 1.

  • The first award was presented in APSIPA ASC 2016 to
    Simone Milani, Marco Fontani, Paolo Bestagini, Mauro Barni, Alessandro Piva, Marco Tagliasacchi, and Stefano Tubaro for their paper "An overview on video forensics".

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