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Reproducible Research in Signal Processing

Edited by: Dr. Lucie Moeller & Prof. Andreas Zehnsdorf

Aquatic macrophytes are important components of water bodies. The aquatic biomass can, however, cause problems for the maintenance and leisure use of water bodies in the  case of overgrowth. For this reason, the aquatic biomass has to be regularly removed and disposed of. The Thematic Series “Sustainable use of aquatic macrophytes for bioenergy production” concerns the ecological and economical aspects of the management of aquatic macrophytes. The collection focusses not only on the biomass potential and the supply process, but also on the storage and energetic use of mowed aquatic biomass in anaerobic digesters. This Thematic Series provides useful information for researchers as well as for decision-makers from practice and politics.

  1. Editorial

    Reproducible research in signal processing

    Markus Rupp, Fulvio Gini, Ana Pérez-Neira, Beatrice Pesquet-Popescu, Aggelos Pikrakis, Bulent Sankur, Patrick Vandewalle and Abdelhak Zoubir

    EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing 2011 2011:93

    Published on: 27 October 2011

  2. Research

    A full bi-tensor neural tractography algorithm using the unscented Kalman filter

    We describe a technique that uses tractography to visualize neural pathways in human brains by extending an existing framework that uses overlapping Gaussian tensors to model the signal. At each point on the f...

    Stefan Lienhard, James G Malcolm, Carl-Frederik Westin and Yogesh Rathi

    EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing 2011 2011:77

    Published on: 27 September 2011

  3. Research

    The Vienna LTE simulators - Enabling reproducibility in wireless communications research

    In this article, we introduce MATLAB-based link and system level simulation environments for UMTS Long-Term Evolution (LTE). The source codes of both simulators are available under an academic non-commercial u...

    Christian Mehlführer, Josep Colom Ikuno, Michal Šimko, Stefan Schwarz, Martin Wrulich and Markus Rupp

    EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing 2011 2011:29

    Published on: 25 July 2011