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* Prof. Dr. M. Zinn, S. Karmann, Dr. S. Follonier: HES-SO Valais – Wallis, Institut für Life Technologies, CH-1950 Sion, Schweiz

* *A. Vaccari, M. Sequeira: HES-SO Valais – Wallis, Institut für Systems Engineering, CH-1950 Sion, Schweiz