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Digital Signal Processing
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Call For Papers
Digital Signal Processing: a Review Journal is one of the oldest and most established journals in the field of signal processing yet it aims to be the most innovative one. The journal invites top quality research articles at the frontiers of research in all aspects of signal processing. Our objective is to provide a platform for the publication of groundbreaking research in signal processing with both academic and industrial appeal.

The journal has a special emphasis on statistical signal processing methodology such as Bayesian signal processing, and encourages articles on emerging areas in signal processing which do not find space in other journals of the field. These include:

    environmental signal processing,
    stochastic modelling of biological and chemical processes,
    seismic signal processing,
    financial time series analysis,
    stochastic calculus,
    geophysical signal processing,
    systems biology,
    signal processing for human-computer interaction and intelligent user interfaces,
    signal processing for audio, visual and performance arts,
    signal processing for disaster management and prevention,
    signal processing for renewable energy,
    game theory and group theory for signal processing,
    information theory articles with a signal processing perspective. 

Papers in the classical application areas of signal processing such as telecommunications, speech and image processing are welcome only if they contain novel research. Purely application oriented articles in these areas should be submitted to the relevant dedicated journals. Similarly, authors who would like to submit on areas of neural networks or fuzzy sets are invited to submit their work to the appropriate journals.

Digital Signal Processing: a Review Journal also aims to publish at least one high quality review article in every issue and to provide focus issues with special emphasis on emerging topics. Discussion articles in which several leading researchers discuss the future of a specific research area are also welcome.
Last updated by Dou Sun in 2017-08-05
Special Issues
Special Issue on Co-operation and Joint Design of Communications and Radar Systems in a Crowded Spectrum
Submission Date: 2018-01-05

In recent years, the demand for wireless connectivity has skyrocketed, leading to explosive growth in industrial wireless communications. The increasing need for fast and reliable wireless connections necessitates efficient utilization of the limited radio frequency (RF) spectrum resources. Due to the accelerating demand of the commercial wireless communications industry and other RF applications, the RF spectrum is becoming increasingly crowded. Over the last decade, new concepts with the potential to contribute towards significant improvements in the efficiency of radio spectrum utilization and protection of passive sensing services have been introduced. This led to the development of several co-existence solutions based on simultaneous operations of wireless services and other RF applications within the same frequency band. Recently, the emerging concept of RF spectrum cohabitation based on allowing communication systems and other RF applications to share their resources has attracted significant interest from researchers and practitioners. For example, competition over bandwidth between radar and communications can be directly alleviated if the two systems are allowed to share their resources and/or be deployed on a single platform. This can be achieved via jointly designing the radar and communication systems. The waveforms can be hosted on the same platform and used independently or utilized jointly and hosted in the same platform. Co-design and simultaneous operation can also be achieved for communications systems as well as other wireless applications such as radio telescope, radio telemetry, wireless power transfer, internet of things, and military radios. The main thrust of this special issue is the co-existence between wireless communications and other users of the RF spectrum. Cognitive radio, in which multiple wireless communications users are able to share the same bandwidth, is outside the scope of this issue. Key areas of interest, but are not limited to: - Signal Processing algorithms for dual-function radar communication systems - Receiver design and hardware for dual- and multi-function RF systems - Spectral aggregations for aeronautical mobile telemetry services - Co-existence strategies for wireless communications and radio telescopes - Joint MIMO radar communications systems - Efficient signalling strategies for dual-functionality systems - Joint waveform design for communications and radar - Array design and sparse array configurations for dual purpose systems - Effective interference cancellation schemes in shared spectrum paradigms - Performance analysis, statistical bounds, and tradeoffs in dual-systems - Broader implications of joint design and simultaneous RF operations
Last updated by Dou Sun in 2017-08-05
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