EURASIP Journal on Embedded Systems
Publisher: Hindawi Publishing Corporation
Hindawi Publishing Corporation is pleased to announce the launch of a
new open access journal: EURASIP Journal on Embedded Systems (EURASIP
JES). The journal is published in collaboration with the European
Association of Signal, Speech, and Image Processing.
EURASIP Journal on Embedded Systems is an international journal that
serves the large community of researchers and professional engineers who
deal with the theory and practice of embedded systems, particularly
encompassing all practical aspects of theory and methods used in
designing homogeneous as well as heterogeneous embedded systems that
combine data-driven and control-driven behaviors.
Original full and short papers, correspondence and reviews on design and
development of embedded systems, methodologies applied for their
specification, modeling and design, and adaptation of algorithms for
real-time execution are encouraged for submission.
The coverage includes complex homogeneous and heterogeneous embedded
systems, specification languages and tools for embedded systems,
modeling and verification techniques, hardware/software trade-offs and
co-design, new design flows, design methodologies and synthesis methods,
platform-based design, component-based design, adaptation of signal
processing algorithms to limited implementation resources, rapid
prototyping, computing structures and architectures for complex embedded
systems, real-time operating systems, methods and techniques for the
design of low-power systems, interfacing with the real world, novel
application case studies and experiences, and does not exclude other
interesting related and emerging topics like software defined radio.
Example applications include wireless and data communication systems,
speech processing, image and video-processing, digital signal processing
applications as well as control and instrumentation.
There are two different issues: regular issues and special issues. The
regular issues publish collections of papers without special
solicitation. The special issues have specifically aimed and targeted
topics of interest contributed by authors responding to a particular
Call-for-Papers or by invitation, edited by invited guest editor(s).
Regular papers can submitted at any time, while special issue papers can
be submitted only based on planned schedules and submission guidelines
of the Call-for-Papers. Proposals for special issues can be submitted
directly to the Editor-in-Chief.
Original articles are invited and should be submitted through EURASIP
JES's manuscript tracking system at http://www.mstracking.com/es/.
The University of Auckland
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Private Bag 92019
20 Symonds St, Building 401, Room 1.806
Auckland, New Zealand
Current Issue: Forthcoming
Date: 11 Feb. 2005