- Language: English
- Published: January 2012
- Region: Global
Estonian Journal of Engineering
- Published: December 2013
- Region: Estonia
- Estonian Academy Publishers
The Estonian Journal of Engineering is an international scientific journal published by the Estonian Academy of Sciences in collaboration with Tallinn University of Technology, the University of Tartu, Tallinn University, and the Estonian University of Life Sciences.
The journal publishes primary research and review papers in the English language. All articles are provided with short Estonian summaries.
All papers to be published in the journal are peer reviewed internationally.
The journal is open for publications in all fields of engin
eering, including mechanical and civil engineering, engineering mechanics, material science, electronics, informatics and coastal engineering. The journal is published quarterly.
Volume 16 No. 1 March 2010
- Special issue on electronics: selected topics of the 11th Baltic Electronics Conference BEC2008. Editorial; 3–4
- 11th Baltic Electronics Conference BEC2008; 5–6
- Centre for Integrated Electronic Systems and Biomedical Engineering – CEBE; 7–10
- LPE technology for power GaAs diode structures; 11–22
Viktor Voitovich, Toomas Rang and Galina Rang
- System-level communication synthesis and dependability improvements for Network-on-Chip based systems; 23–38
Mihkel Tagel, Peeter Ellervee and Gert Jervan
- Canonical representations of high-level decision diagrams; 39–55
Anton Karputkin, Raimund Ubar, Jaan Raik and Mati Tombak
- Application of high-level decision diagrams for simulation-based verification tasks; 56–77
Maksim Jenihhin, Jaan Raik, Anton Chepurov and Raimund Ubar
- Photoplethysmographic signal processing using adaptive sum comb filter for pulse delay measurement; 78–94
Kristjan Pilt, Kalju Meigas, Rain Ferenets and Jüri Kaik
- Behaviour of uremic toxins and UV absorbance in respect to low and high flux dialyzers; 95–106
Kai Lauri, Jürgen Arund, Risto Tanner, Jana Jerotskaja, Merike Luman and
- Application of novel QT interval correction and QT/RR assessment models to ECG 24-hour recordings in cardiac patients; 107–120
Kristi Veski, Deniss Karai, Kristjan Pilt, Kalju Meigas and Jüri Kaik