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Biologically Inspired Signal Processing: Analyses, Algorithms and Applications

  1. Given the dense multipath propagation in typical ultra-wideband channels, traditional coherent receivers may become computationally complex and impractical. Recently, noncoherent UWB architectures have been mo...

    Authors: Bin Li, Zheng Zhou, Weixia Zou and Wanxin Gao

    Citation: EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing 2011 2011:341836

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  2. Mel-frequency cepstral coefficients have long been the most widely used type of speech representation. They were introduced to incorporate biologically inspired characteristics into artificial speech recognize...

    Authors: Leandro D. Vignolo, Hugo L. Rufiner, Diego H. Milone and John C. Goddard

    Citation: EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing 2011 2011:284791

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  3. A bioinspired, evolutionary algorithm for optimizing wavelet transforms oriented to improve image compression in embedded systems is proposed, modelled, and validated here. A simplified version of an Evolution...

    Authors: Rubén Salvador, Félix Moreno, Teresa Riesgo and Lukáš Sekanina

    Citation: EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing 2010 2011:973806

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  4. This paper presents a complementary study of the methodology for diagnosing of pathologies, based on relevance analysis of stochastic (time-variant) features that are extracted from t-f representations of biosign...

    Authors: Lina María Sepúlveda-Cano, Carlos Daniel Acosta-Medina and Germán Castellanos-Domínguez

    Citation: EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing 2010 2011:532349

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  5. Most fish have the capability of sensing flows and nearby movements even in dark or murky conditions by using the lateral line organs. This enables them to perform a variety of underwater activities, such as l...

    Authors: Nam Nguyen, Douglas L. Jones, Yingchen Yang and Chang Liu

    Citation: EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing 2010 2011:806406

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  6. In biological vision systems, the attention mechanism is responsible for selecting the relevant information from the sensed field of view. In robotics, this ability is specially useful because of the restricti...

    Authors: Antonio Jesús Palomino, Rebeca Marfil, Juan Pedro Bandera and Antonio Bandera

    Citation: EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing 2010 2011:841078

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  7. Object motion can be measured locally by neurons at different stages of the visual hierarchy. Depending on the size of their receptive field apertures they measure either localized or more global configuration...

    Authors: Jan D. Bouecke, Emilien Tlapale, Pierre Kornprobst and Heiko Neumann

    Citation: EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing 2010 2011:781561

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  8. This paper proposes a novel approach for visual features detection, which is based on the presence of objects whose shape can be modelled using cylinders or generalized cylinders. These specific structures are...

    Authors: J. M. Perez-Lorenzo, A. Bandera, R. Marfil and R. Vázquez-Martín

    Citation: EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing 2010 2011:145232

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  9. The understanding and exploitation of acoustic echo signals from nonlinear ultrasound scatterers is an active research area that aims to improve the sensitivity and specificity of diagnostic imaging. Discrimin...

    Authors: Yan Yan, James R. Hopgood (EURASIP Member) and Vassilis Sboros

    Citation: EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing 2010 2011:146175

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  10. Marine mammals have developed highly effective sonar systems for detecting, identifying, and following underwater objects. In this paper we demonstrate that bio-inspired wideband sonar offers great capability ...

    Authors: Keith Brown, Chris Capus, Yan Pailhas, Yvan Petillot and David Lane

    Citation: EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing 2010 2011:484619

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