Knowing about new research in my field helps keep my work informed and relevant. However, I rarely remember to log into IEEE Xplore, Springer, or Science Direct to see what’s new in top computer vision journals. Recently, I saw mention of using RSS to keep up with research on Productive Scholar.
It took a bit of searching, but eventually, I found RSS feeds for many of the journals I’m interested in and loaded them into google reader. It is now quick to scroll through new abstracts as papers appear on-line prior to publication. Below are links to RSS feeds for some computer vision journals I’m keeping up with.
RSS Feeds for Computer Vision Journals
- IEEE Trans. on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence (PAMI)
- IEEE Trans. on Image Processing (TIP)
- IEEE Trans. on Medical Imaging (TMI)
- International Journal of Computer Vision (IJCV)
- IEEE Trans. on Control Systems Technology (TCST)
- IET Computer Vision
- Machine Vision and Applications
- Journal of Mathematical Imaging and Vision
- Computer Vision and Image Understanding
- Image and Vision Computing
- ArXiv.org on Computer Vision
Finding RSS Feeds for Other Journals
It takes a bit of hunting sometimes, but I can’t imagine that a journal would not have RSS these days. IEEE Journals are easy to find, and I found that inezha.com was a good resource for finding some of the other ones I have listed.
Any good feeds I missed?
Other good ideas for keeping current?
Leave them in the comments.