Other publications related to Information Theory.
Advances in Mathematics of Communications
Advances in Mathematics of Communications (AMC) publishes original research papers of the highest quality in all areas of mathematics and computer science which are relevant to applications in communications technology. For this reason, submissions from many areas of mathematics are invited including coding theory, cryptology, combinatorics, finite geometry, algebra and number theory. This journal also aims to cover the algorithmic and computational aspects of these disciplines. Hence, all mathematics and computer science contributions will be welcome provided they are of appropriate depth and relevance to the above mentioned applications in communications technology.
Communications in Information and Systems
Communications in Information and Systems (CIS) is a journal sponsored by The Institute of Mathematical Sciences, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (IMS, CUHK), and published by International Press. It is dedicated to rapid publication of the highest quality short papers (up to 10 journal pages), regular papers (up to 20 journal pages), and expository papers (up to 30 journal pages). Papers which exceed the above page limit will be accepted subject to the approval of the Editorial Board. Manuscripts in all the following areas will be considered for publication: Information and Coding theory, Cryptology, Decision and Estimation, Control Theory, Mathematical System Theory, Signal and Image Processing, Communication theory, Image Database, Data mining, Probabilistic Reasoning, Learning Theory, Speech Recognition, Computer Vision, Discrete Event System, etc. The highest standard will be applied in evaluating submitted manuscripts.
Entropy, an international and interdisciplinary journal of entropy and information studies, publishes reviews, regular research papers and short notes. Our aim is to encourage scientists to publish as much as possible their theoretical and experimental details. There is no restriction on the length of the papers. If there are computations and experiments, the details must be provided so that the results can be reproduced. There are in addition three unique features:
(1) Manuscripts regarding research proposals and research ideas will be particularly welcomed.
(2) Comments on any related papers published in this journal and other journals can be made public immediately in the mailing list and published as short letters in this journal.
(3) Electronic files regarding the full details of the calculation and experimental procedure, if unable to be published in a normal way, will be deposited as supplementary material.
general aspects of entropy and information concepts as used in statistical mechanics, thermodynamics, etc;
the second law of thermodynamics;
system theory and cybernetics;
artificial intelligence, neural networks, complex systems, man-machine interfaces, self-organization theories, systems therapy;
chaos, complexity, self-organization, symmetry breaking, stability, reversibility and spontaneity;
quantitative relations of entropy (information loss) and other concepts (e.g., symmetry, similarity, orderliness, simplicity and complexity);
molecular evolution, biological evolution and the evolution of the universe;
application of entropy and information studies in any natural and social sciences.
Foundations and Trends in Communications and Information Theory
Publishes high-quality survey and tutorial monographs in the field of communications and information theory using modern techniques to enable both instant linking to the primary research in its electronic form and affordable paper copies, finally delivering on the promise to authors of multiple channel publishing from a single source.
Each issue comprises a 50-100 page monograph written by research leaders in the field. Monographs that give tutorial coverage of subjects, research retrospectives, as well as survey papers that offer state-of-the-art reviews fall within the scope of the journal.
Problems of Information Transmission
Problems of Information Transmission (English for "Problemy Peredachi Informatsii") is an international journal published by the Russian Academy of Sciences. The scope of the journal is roughly the same as of IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, with emphasis on the mathematical aspects.