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JSAIT Issue on Coded Computing

The September 2021 issue of the IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Information Theory is on coded computing. Figure from “Slow and Stale Gradients Can Win the Race” by Dutta et al., p. 1012.

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Sequential, Active & Reinforcement Learning

The June 2021 issue of the IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Information Theory is on sequential, active, and reinforcement learning. Fig. 1 from "Robust Change Detection via Information Projection" by Sargun et al., p. 774.

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JSAIT March 2021 Issue

The March 2021 issue of the IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Information Theory is on privacy and security of information systems. Fig. 9 from "Network Coding-Based Post-Quantum Cryptography" by Cohen et al., p. 49.

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JSAIT Editor-in-Chief Call for Nominations

The JSAIT steering committee requests nominations for the second EiC to succeed Dr. Andrea Goldsmith, who completes her 3 year term in December 2021.

IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Information Theory

The IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Information Theory (JSAIT) seeks high quality technical papers on all aspects of Information Theory and its applications. JSAIT is a multi-disciplinary journal of special issues focusing on the intersections of information theory with fields such as machine learning, statistics, genomics, neuroscience, theoretical computer science, and physics. Any field that utilizes the fundamentals of information theory, including concepts such as entropy, compression, coding, mutual information, divergence, capacity, and rate distortion theory are excellent candidates for JSAIT special issues. There will also be special issues for hot topics firmly within information theory, such as new types of codes, short-packet communication, advances in multi-terminal information theory, quantum information theory, information theoretic security, and other emerging topics.

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All submissions to JSAIT must be in response to a specific Call for Papers and adhere to the deadlines and any specific instructions therein. Papers are submitted via Scholar One.

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