International Journal of Imaging & Robotics (IJIR)
Aims and Scope
The main aim of the International Journal of Imaging and Robotics (ISSN 2231-525X) [Formerly known as the International Journal of Imaging (ISSN 0974-0627)] is to publish refereed, well-written original research articles, and studies that describe the latest research and developments in the area of imaging and robotics. This is a broad-based journal covering all branches of imaging and Robotics. Research areas includes, but are not limited to:
Image acquisition, Image reconstruction and restoration, Image storage, compression, and retrieval, Image/video coding and transmission Image/video processing, PDEs in image filtering and processing, Image registration and warping, Image modeling and analysis, Image formation, Image scanning, display, and printing, Image/video storage, retrieval, and authentication, Statistical aspects of imaging, Wavelets and multiscale analysis, Multidimensional imaging sciences, Inverse problems in imaging sciences, Mathematics of visualization, Biomedical imaging, Applications of Imaging in geosciences and remote sensing, document image processing and analysis, other sciences....
Humanoid Robotics, Biologically-inspired robotics, Robotics intelligence, Robotics Automations, Robot and Manipulator Kinematics and Dynamics, Control Architectures, Motion Planning, Adaptation and Learning, Mobile Robotic Systems, Aerial Robotics, Medical and Space Robotics, Multi-Legged Robotics, Industrial applications, Mathematical and Statistical aspects of Robotics.
The International Journal of Imaging and Robotics is a peer-reviewed online journal and is published in Spring and Autumn i.e. two times in a year.
There are no page charges to individuals or institutions for contributions.
The International Journal of Imaging and Robotics is reviewed, abstracted and indexed by the SCOPUS (Elsevier Bibliographic Databases), Zentralblatt MATH (io-port.net) of European Mathematical Society, SCImago Journal & Country Rank, IndexCopernicus, Indian Science Abstracts, Current Index to Statistics (CIS) [The Current Index to Statistics (CIS) is a joint venture of the American Statistical Association & Institute of Mathematical Statistics, USA], getCITED, Newjour, JournalSeek, Math-jobs.com Journal Index, IndexCopernicus, Academic keys, Ulrich's Periodicals Directory, and International Statistical Institute (ISI, Netherlands) Journal Index. The International Journal of Imaging and Robotics is already in request process to get reviewed, abstracted and indexed by the Thomson ISI Web of Knowledge SCI, Mathematical Reviews of American Mathematical Society, and other agencies.