Reproducible Research in Signal Processing [ What , why , and how ] [

@inproceedings{Vandewalle2009ReproducibleRI,
  title={Reproducible Research in Signal Processing [ What , why , and how ] [},
  author={Patrick Vandewalle and ’ JelenaKova{\vc}evic and Martin Vetterli},
  year={2009}
}
H ave you ever tried to reproduce the results presented in a research paper? For many of our current publications, this would unfortunately be a challenging task. For a computational algorithm, details such as the exact data set, initialization or termination procedures, and precise parameter values are often omitted in the publication for various reasons , such as a lack of space, a lack of self-discipline, or an apparent lack of interest to the readers, to name a few. This makes it difficult… CONTINUE READING
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