Darren D. Chang

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Information that is presumed to be true at encoding but later on turns out to be false (i.e., misinformation) often continues to influence memory and reasoning. In the present study, we investigated how the strength of encoding and the strength of a later retraction of the misinformation affect this continued influence effect. Participants read an event(More)
SUMMARY This paper introduces basic capacity calculation methods for circuit switched, multiple-beam, low earth orbit (LEO) communication satellites that use MF-TDMA and MF-CDMA schemes. Capacity is defined as the number of simultaneous duplex channels that a satellite can support for a given data rate and bit error rate. This paper integrates the bandwidth(More)
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