Special Issue on: “Chemometrics in Hyperspectral Imaging”
Guest Editors: Paul Geladi (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and Corpus Data & Image Analysis AB) and Hans Grahn (University of Örebro and Corpus Data & Image Analysis AB)
This Special Issue of JSI will present a wide overview of chemometrics and of its use in hyperspectral and spectral imaging. We welcome special applications such as ultrasound, computer tomography (CT) or MRI, digital photography or any other special type of imaging as long as it produces at least four image variables or that the data is analysed through multivariate analysis. A requirement is that some kind of chemometrics or statistics is part of the paper and we really welcome novel chemometrics models and applications.
Special Issues in JSI are subject to the same peer-review standards as regular papers and will receive the same quality of copy editing and typesetting. Papers submitted to JSI Special Issues will be exempt from Open Access processing fees. Since JSI publishes continuously, there is no delay in publishing accepted papers as can happen with print-based journals. All papers in a Special Issue are collected into a “Virtual Issue” (see, for example, https://www.impublications.com/mjsi/jsi-vi-toc.php?issue=V_IASIM-2016) as well as appearing in the normal contents of the journal.
The timetable for this Special Issue is:
Submit paper or review by 15 September 2017
Reviewers report to Editors by early October
First papers published mid November
Open Access publication means that all papers published in JSI are available to read without charge or registration. Authors retain copyright and have a choice of Creative Commons licences.
Submit to the Special Issue on Chemometrics in Hyperspectral Imaging
Submissions must be identified as being for the “Chemometrics SI” in the Journal Section in Step One of the submission process.
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