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Published on Oct 18, 2011
Patrick Vandewalle speaks on "Reproducible Research in Signal Processing: How to Increase Impact" at the Applied Mathematics Perspective Workshop on "Reproducible Research: Tools and Strategies for Scientific Computing" in Vancouver, July 14, 2011.
Talk Abstract: "Worries about the reproducibility of research results are centuries old, and date back to Descartes' work Discourse on (Scientific) Method. However, in the recently developed computational sciences, new approaches to reproducibility are required. In this presentation, he gives an overview of our personal experiences with reproducible research in the field of signal and image processing. He will also present results from the reproducibility study that we did on image processing papers. Next, he discusses some of the typical issues we ran into when making our work reproducible. Finally, he gives some indications of the increased impact of research results when they are made reproducible."