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IET Computer Vision (formerly part of IEE Proceedings – Vision, Image, and Signal Processing)


Scope

IET Computer Vision seeks original research papers in the following areas of computer vision:

Methodology

  • Biologically and perceptually motivated approaches to low level vision (feature detection etc)
  • Perceptual grouping and organisation
  • Representation, analysis and matching of 2D and 3D shape
  • Shape-from-X
  • Object recognition
  • Image understanding
  • Learning with visual inputs
  • Motion analysis and object tracking
  • Multiview scene analysis
  • Cognitive approaches is low, mid and high level vision
  • Control in vision systems
  • Colour, reflectance and light
  • Statistical and probabilistic models

Applications

  • Face and gesture
  • Surveillance
  • Biometrics and security
  • Robotics, vehicle guidance
  • Automatic model acquisition
  • Medical image analysis and understanding
  • Aerial scene analysis and remote sensing

Featured Paper

Fast numerically stable computation of orthogonal Fourier–Mellin moments, Vol.1, No.1, p.11-16

Citing this Journal
IET Computer Vision is usually cited by the abbreviated title ‘IET Comput. Vis.’ Every article in this journal is assigned a Crossref DOI, which is displayed below the article abstract.

Forthcoming Special Issues:

Author and Reader Benefits

  • Worldwide readership and database coverage, including Inspec and EI Compendex
  • Prompt and rigorous peer review (typically less than 16 weeks)
  • Fast publication with advance online publication
  • No page charges
  • Online submission and tracking
  • Review/survey papers freely available on the IET Digital Library for 2 years from publication

The IET Research Journals are available in print and online in advance of printed publication on the IET Digital Library. To access the full-text of articles for this journal, you will need a valid subscription to the IET Digital Library, or you can purchase individual articles by clicking the ‘Buy’ button. IET Research Journals are also available as part of the IEEE/IET Electronic Library (IEL).

What has happened to IEE Proceedings Vision, Image and Signal Processing?

Following the merger between the IEE (Institution of Electrical Engineers) and the IIE (The Institution of Incorporated Engineers) to form the Institution of Engineering and Technology, with effect from 2007, the IEE Proceedings suite of journals have changed name to reflect the fact that they are now published by the Institution of Engineering and Technology. To better serve the computer vision, image processing and signal processing communities, IEE Proceedings Vision, Image and Signal Processing has split into 3 brand new titles from 2007; IET Computer Vision, IET Image Processing and IET Signal Processing. IEE Proceedings Vision, Image and Signal Processing ceased publication at the end of 2006.

IET Computer Vision starts from Volume 1, Issue 1 from March 2007 onwards. All other benefits of publishing in the journal, including our worldwide readership and database coverage, remain unchanged.

Online subscribers to IET Computer Vision can also access all backfile issues of IEE Proceedings Vision, Image and Signal Processing from 1994-2006 as part of their current online subscription.

Publication Information

IET Computer Vision Cover

ISSN

  • Print: 1751-9632
  • Online: 1751-9640

Editor-in-Chief

Editorial Board