Publishing in international conference proceedings and journal with high visibility is perhaps our most important aim. This year, we published 46 fully reviewed papers, 26 in journals and 20 in proceedings. Note that in our field, conference proceedings often rank higher than journals in impact factor, as measured by Google Scholar. As we were part of the organisation of ICPR 2014 (see Section 7.1) and this prestigious conference took place in Stockholm it is natural that we had seven papers there. The rest of the conference papers were spread on ten different conferences. For the journal papers, three were published in Pattern Recognition Letters and three in Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine, while the other 20 papers each found its home in a unique journal. This wide spread of publication places have become typical with us, as we apply our methods on a very wide field of tasks and have co-operation partners from many different areas. We also had 13 papers in partly or non-reviewed meetings, where the principal one is the Swedish Society for Automated Image Analysis (SSBA) annual Symposium.
We are of course also frequent reviewers of the work of other scientists, both for journals and conferences. The latter is somewhat visible in Section 7.8, as participation in programme committees, but not all conference reviewing is visible there and the reviewing of journals not at all. This is in the nature of blind reviewing and hard to document.
Authors affiliated with CBA are in bold.