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The March 2010 "Best of the Web" column of the IEEE Signal Processing Magazine presents online radar reflectivity databases, which are free of charge to the international research community. Databases such as these are used for the characterization of interference (including noise, sea clutter and land clutter, among others) in radar systems, and the development of signal processing techniques that reduce the detrimental effects of this unwanted interference.

Coinciding with Engineers Week from 14-20 February 2010, IEEE-USA announced scholarship awards to five U.S. undergraduate students and honoraria to two professional journalists who add to the public understanding of engineering.

IEEE issued its 2010 Call for Proposals for the Real-World Engineering Projects (RWEP).  The goal of the RWEP program is to provide university educators of electrical engineering (EE), computer engineering (CE), computer science (CS), biomedical engineering (BE) and electrical engineering technology (EET) world-wide with a library of high-quality, tested, hands-on team-based society-focused projects for first-year students.

A system with a feedback loop typically experiences a delay between its forward and feedback paths. This is a phenomenon commonly observed in power amplifiers and can be addressed with a Cartesian feedback linearization loop that seeks to synchronize the forward and feedback paths for optimal performance. 

In recent years, there has been a significant motivation to develop software techniques for the noninvasive diagnosis of abnormal functioning of the vocal apparatus by studying the patients' voice signal. Learn about noninvasive pathology approaches for the prediction of healthy and affected voice signals from a recent Lecture Notes in the IEEE Signal Processing Magazine.

As the field of digital forensics has continued to grow, a central repository of Digital Forensic Database (DFD)  is being created to help researchers, practitioners, and students keep track of published papers in this area.

Signal processing engineers usually use high level languages to develop advanced algorithms for new radars and to determine the optimal parameters for these algorithms. The long execution times due to computational complexity and/or very large data sets hinders an efficient engineering development workflow. Rapid prototyping tools such as parallel MATLAB can enable a software design workflow that helps the development of radar prototypes by providing interactivity and reducing the execution time of the algorithms under test.

Lecture Notes on multiview point cloud regularization (MVPCR), a framework that unifies and generalizes several semisupervised kernel methods that are based on data-dependent regularization in reproducing kernel Hilbert spaces. Special cases of MVPCR include coregularized least squares (CoRLS), manifold regularization (MR), and graph-based SSL.

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