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We consider the problem of sparse signal recovery from one-bit measurements. Due to the noise present in the acquisition and transmission process, some quantized bits may be flipped to their opposite states. These bit-flip errors, also referred to as the sign-flip errors, may result in severe performance degradation. To address this issue, we introduce a(More)
CTSD (Cathepsin D) is a key enzyme in yolk formation, and it primarily affects egg yolk weight and egg weight. However, recent research has mostly focused on the genomic structure of the CTSD gene and the enzyme's role in pathology, and less is known about the enzyme's functions in chickens. In this paper, the correlations between CTSD polymorphisms and egg(More)
In this paper, we study the problem of sparse signal recovery when partial but partly erroneous prior knowledge of the signal's support is available. Based on the conventional sparse Bayesian learning framework, we propose an improved hierarchical prior model. The proposed modeling constitutes a three-layer hierarchical form. The first two layers, similar(More)
— The sparse Beyesian learning (also referred to as Bayesian compressed sensing) algorithm is one of the most popular approaches for sparse signal recovery, and has demonstrated superior performance in a series of experiments. Nevertheless, the sparse Bayesian learning algorithm has computational complexity that grows exponentially with the dimension of the(More)
BMP15 (Bone morphogenetic protein 15) is an oocyte-secreted growth factor required for ovarian follicle development and ovulation in mammals, but its effects on reproduction in chickens are unclear. In this study, the association between BMP15 polymorphisms and reproduction traits were analyzed, and its expression characteristics in different tissues were(More)
A novel and efficient double-carbonylation of indoles with primary or secondary amines to yield indole-3-α-ketoamides has been developed and bioactive molecules could be one-pot synthesized using the current methodology, which could also be selectively switched to mono-carbonylation to afford indole-3-amides only by a slight modification of reaction(More)
—It has been shown both experimentally and theoretically that sparse signal recovery can be significantly improved given that part of the signal's support is known a priori. In practice, however, such prior knowledge is usually inaccurate and contains errors. Using such knowledge may result in severe performance degradation or even recovery failure. In this(More)
Facile synthesis of coumarin via the tandem reaction of salicylaldehyde with aryl-substituted 1,1-dibromo-1-alkene was developed. This new protocol proceeds smoothly under mild and transition-metal-free conditions, it allows rapid access to coumarins containing various heteroatoms that are more difficult to prepare by traditional methods. Based on the(More)
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