Image Analysis & Stereology

Image Analysis and Stereology is the official journal of the International Society for Stereology & Image Analysis. It promotes the exchange of scientific, technical, organizational and other information on the quantitative analysis of data having a geometrical structure, including stereology, differential geometry, image analysis, image processing, mathematical morphology, stochastic geometry, statistics, pattern recognition, and related topics. The fields of application are not restricted and range from biomedicine, materials sciences and physics to geology and geography. Image Analysis & Stereology is a continuation of Acta Stereologica.

This journal is regularly indexed or abstracted in: Cabell PublishingCambridge Scientific AbstractsChemical AbstractsCurrent Contents®/Engineering Computing and TechnologyCurrent Index to Statistics (CIS)DOAJEBSCOINSPECJournal Citation Reports/Science EditionMath ReviewsMATHSciNetMedical Journal LinksMETADEXReferativnyj Zhurnal, Science Citation Index Expanded (SciSearch®), SCOPUSWeb of Knowledge and Zentrallblatt MATH.

The journal is financed by the Slovenian Research Agency.

Image Analysis & Stereology publishes abstracts in Slovenian language.

The JCR Impact Factor (SCI) for 2021 is 0.683

Scopus journal metrics:

  • CiteScore 2021 1.6
  • SJR 2021 0.316
  • SNIP 2021 0.593

The call for Special topic: Medical Image Processing with advanced Artificial Intelligence Techniques is now open. The Guest editors: Dr. Chi Lin Dr. Chang Wu Yu, Dr. Ning Wang. For details, please contact:

Current issue - Vol 41, No 3 (2022)

Table of Contents

Original Research Paper

Tristan Lazard, Samy Blusseau, Santiago Velasco-Forero, Étienne Decencière, Virginie Flouret, Catherine Cohen, Thérèse Baldeweck
Marko Kuralt, Manushaqe Selmani Bukleta, Milan Kuhar, Aleš Fidler
Edi Rođak, Nada Oršolić, Robert Grgac, Jasmina Rajc, Marina Bakula, Nikola Bijelić
Misagh Asgari, Arezoo Sadeghzadeh, Md Baharul Islam, Lavdie Rada, James Bozeman
Guangyi Chen, Adam Krzyzak

Short Research Communication

Edith Gabriel, Joel Chadoeuf