[visionlist] Why publish in the Journal of Perceptual Imaging?

Bernice Rogowitz bernice.e.rogowitz at gmail.com
Wed Mar 20 14:23:18 -04 2019

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We are delighted to invite you to submit your work to the new Journal of
Perceptual Imaging (JPI).
is an open-access, online publication, devoted to applied and fundamental
research at the intersection of imaging and human vision, perception and

The journal focuses on perceptual and cognitive approaches to a wide range
of  imaging applications and technologies, and welcomes experimental,
computational, theoretical,  and survey papers. The goal is to be a source
for multidisciplinary papers at the intersection of  perception, imaging.
and art, and for papers that are considered to be outside the scope of more
narrowly-focused journals.

The inaugural issue
<https://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/ist/jpi/2018/00000001/00000001> has
recently been published.  These papers
explore human spatial/temporal perception, computational photography, image
quality models and applications, augmented reality, and color enhancement
for color deficient users.  A flyer about JPI and this first issue is
attached below.

Why publish in JPI?


   Your research is at the intersection of imaging and  human vision,
   perception, or cognition

   You’re looking for an open source journal

   You want your work to be reviewed by multidisciplinary experts

   You want to publish your work in a peer-reviewed journal and also
   present it at HVEI or one of the other IS&T conferences

   You have presented a paper at a conference (e.g., HVEI, VSS, ECVP) and
   want to expand it into a full-length journal article

   You want your paper to be read by an audience interested a wide range of
   topics related to human perception and cognition.

Click here to submit your manuscript to JPI <https://jpi.msubmit.net/>.

Please send your comments or questions to us at: jpieditors at imaging.org

Looking forward to hearing from you!

Bernice Rogowitz and Thrasos Pappas

Editors-in-Chief, Journal of Perceptual Imaging

jpieditors at imaging.org
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