Heike S. Vogt

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Biomass waste, including municipal solid waste (MSW), contains lignocellulosic-containing fiber components that are not readily available as substrates for anaerobic digestion due to the physical shielding of cellulose imparted by the nondigestible lignin. Consequently, a substantial portion of the potentially available carbon is not converted to methane(More)
The super blue box recycling (SUBBOR) process is an enhanced, multi-stage anaerobic digestion process for mixed municipal solid waste (MSW) and other biomass feedstock materials. The technology centers on enhanced high solids, thermophilic digestion after steam-pressure disruption of the ligno-cellulosic fiber components that are recalcitrant to(More)
Negative information provides important additional knowledge that is not exploited for sensor data fusion tasks by default. This paper presents a new approach to incorporate such information about unoccupied, observed areas or missing measurements in the Kalman filtering process. For this purpose, a combination with a grid-based method is proposed to(More)
Negative information provides important additional knowledge that is not exploited for sensor data fusion tasks by default. This paper presents a new approach to incorporate such information about unoccupied, observed areas or missing measurements in the Kalman filtering process. For this purpose, a combination with a grid-based method is proposed to(More)
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