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Transactions
The IT Transactions publishes papers concerned with the transmission, processing, and utilization of information. While the boundaries of acceptable subject matter are intentionally not sharply delimited, its scope currently includes Shannon theory, coding theory and techniques, data compression, sequences, signal processing, detection and estimation, pattern recognition, learning and inference, communications and communication networks, complexity and cryptography, and quantum information theory and coding. IT Transactions papers typically contain a strong conceptual and/or analytical contribution.
Newsletters
The IT Society Newsletter is published four times a year in Adobe PDF format. Articles specific to each issue are listed below. To contribute articles or offer suggestions, please contact the Newsletter Editor.
Papers of Distinction
Award-winning papers produced by the IT community, many published in the IT Transactions.
ArXiV
Information about the ArXiV preprint server and Information Theory Society policies.
Information for Authors and Reviewers
Information for authors wishing to submit papers to the IEEE Transactions on Information Theory and for reviewers.
Journal on Selected Areas in Information Theory (JSAIT)
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.