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Identifying spatial patterns of traffic collisions is critical for improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the deployment of traffic enforcement resources as well as road safety. In recent years, many studies have focused on finding locations with high collision concentration, so-called hotspots, without integrating the likely available non-spatial(More)
—In this paper, we exploit a novel setting for Cognitive Radio (CR) networks to enable multiple operators to involve secondary users (SUs) as cooperative relays for their primary users. In return, SUs get an opportunity to access spare channels for their own data transmission. Initially, we assume that the CR network supports payment transfer. Then, we(More)
In this paper, we establish a Bode sensitivity integral formula for a class of feedback closed-loop systems with stochastic switched plants and controllers. Using information theory, we derive an information conservation law, based on which a log integral theorem is obtained for the closed loops of interest. Furthermore, we develop several algebraic(More)
— In this paper, we address the incentive-based relay-selection problem over multi-source and multi-relay wireless networks. A two-side market game approach is employed to jointly consider the benefits of all sources and relays. The equilibrium concept in such games is called core. The outcomes in the core of the game cannot be improved upon by any subset(More)
MOTIVATION The precise prediction of protein secondary structure is of key importance for the prediction of 3D structure and biological function. Although the development of many excellent methods over the last few decades has allowed the achievement of prediction accuracies of up to 80%, progress seems to have reached a bottleneck, and further improvements(More)
This paper analyzes causal closed-loop continuous-time systems in the presence of limited information. Assuming that the exogenous signals can be modeled as a stochastic process, a mutual information rate inequality is obtained that can be viewed as an extended Bode-type formula for stationary processes. The tightness of the resulting Bode's integral(More)