Aims and Scope of JIHMSP

The primary aim of the Journal of Information Hiding and Multimedia Signal Processing (JIHMSP) is to publish high-quality papers of new developments and trends, novel techniques and approaches, innovative methodologies and technologies on the theory and applications of information hiding and multimedia signal processing. The JIHMSP is a peer-reviewed English language journal and is published four times a year.

The scope of JIHMSP is in the broad areas of information hiding and multimedia signal processing, includes but not limited to:

Information Hiding and Security
Watermarking and data hiding, steganography and steganalysis, cryptography and cryptanalysis, data authentication issues and access control themes, broadcast and public-key encryption, forensic analysis and tracing traitors, digital rights management and legal aspect, RFID security and home network privacy, platform integrity and trusted computing, systems engineering and development for information hiding & security, VLSI/ASIC/FPGA/SOC design and implementation for information hiding & security, enabling technologies and emerging standards for information hiding & security

Multimedia Signal Processing
Multimedia sensing and sensory systems, multimedia source coding and channel coding, multimedia signal analysis and visualization, multimedia signal mining and data fusion, multimedia networking and communication techniques (wired & wireless), multimedia/multimodal signals interpretation and automatic recognition, multimedia databases and retrievals, multimedia hyperlink techniques and applications, artificial neural networks for multimedia processing, fuzzy systems and evolutionary computing for intelligent multimedia processing, human-machine multimodal interaction, advances in multimedia content description interface (e.g. MPEG-7), advances in multimedia framework, systems engineering and development for multimedia systems, VLSI/ASIC/FPGA/SOC design and implementations for multimedia systems