What are the benefits of publishing in APSIPA Transactions on Signal and Information Processing?
- Broad range of topics: published work can cover both traditional signal processing applications and methods, as well as emerging areas and concepts
- Both overview and original work manuscripts can be submitted
- Open Access: anyone in the world with an internet connection will be able to access your article with the right to re-distribute and re-use the article under the terms of a Creative Commons license
- Rapid publication: continuous publication of articles as soon as they are accepted
- A blind peer review process conducted by international experts, first review response available in less than 2 months for full length papers (faster turn-around time for EWPs)
- Free color, no overlength page charges (flat $1000 processing fee on accepted papers prior to publication)
- State-of-the-art online hosting including forward reference linking and extensive content alerts
- Papers indexed by Scopus: Indexing approved in May 2014
- Papers linked on Google Scholar; some have already attracted significant number of citations: http://goo.gl/xWHRsf
- As of 2016, all papers published in ATSIP are now searchable on the Web of Science Core Collection, as part of the ESci database.
All articles published in ATSIP are made freely and permanently accessible online immediately upon publication under a Creative Commons license.
Please check each article for the specific Creative Commons license used and a summary of the terms that apply.
For an overview on Open Access (OA) see the Cambridge University Press OA pages.
Article processing charges
ATSIP use article processing charges (APCs) to contribute to the costs of publishing. APCs are typically paid by an author's institution or funding body once an article is accepted. There are no submission charges or other charges.
The current APC in ATSIP is:
- UK £800
- USA $1000
Value Added Tax (VAT) and local sales tax is added, when applicable.
Authors from countries that have done individual deals with Cambridge University Press, e.g. The Netherlands, may be eligible for a 100% waiver of their APC. For more information on these deals and find out whether you are eligible, please click here.
We provide waivers for authors from eligible low and middle-income countries. According to the list provided by the WHO, a 100% waiver is available to authors from group A countries. A 50% waiver is available to authors from group B countries.
The decision whether to accept a paper for publication will rest solely with the Editors, and without reference to the funding situation of the authors.
Please note: APC collection is managed by RightsLink, who will contact authors following acceptance of their paper. For more detail on the payment process, visit our Production FAQs.
Copyright and licensing
Authors retain copyright, granting Cambridge University Press and the Asia-Pacific Signal and Information Processing Association a license to publish to their article. Authors are prompted to complete a license to publish form once their article has been accepted.
Articles in ATSIP are published under a Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY) licence as standard.
Authors may elect to publish under the following alternative licences:
- CC-BY-NC-SA (Attribution - Non-Commercial - Share Alike)
- CC-BY-NC-ND (Attribution - Non-Commercial - No Derivatives)
For information on what each licence allows, please visit creativecommons.org/licenses
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