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Human gut microbiota: the links with dementia development
Dementia is a comprehensive category of brain diseases that is great enough to affect a person’s daily functioning. The most common type of dementia is Alzheimer’s disease, which makes most of cases.Expand
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Recent trends in aerosol optical properties derived from AERONET measurements
The Aerosol Robotic Network (AERONET) has been providing high-quality retrievals of aerosol optical properties from the surface at worldwide locations for more than a decade. Many sites haveExpand
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Splice sites prediction of Human genome using length-variable Markov model and feature selection
As the rapid increase of DNA sequences, there is a crucial need of effective methods to detect genes and genes' structures, among which splice sites prediction plays a key role. There areExpand
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Achieving Efficient and Secure Data Acquisition for Cloud-Supported Internet of Things in Smart Grid
Cloud-supported Internet of Things (Cloud-IoT) has been broadly deployed in smart grid systems. The IoT front-ends are responsible for data acquisition and status supervision, while the substantialExpand
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An FPGA-Based Silicon Neuronal Network with Selectable Excitability Silicon Neurons
This paper presents a digital silicon neuronal network which simulates the nerve system in creatures and has the ability to execute intelligent tasks, such as associative memory. Two essentialExpand
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New Miller Codes for Run-Length Control in Visible Light Communications
  • Xuanxuan Lu, Jing Li
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications
  • 1 March 2018
Designing run-length limited codes for visible light communication systems must account for multiple performance factors, including spectral efficiency, power efficiency, dc balance, and flickerExpand
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Efficient haplotype inference from pedigrees with missing data using linear systems with disjoint-set data structures.
  • X. Li, Jing Li
  • Medicine, Computer Science
  • Computational systems bioinformatics…
  • 2008
We study the haplotype inference problem from pedigree data under the zero recombination assumption, which is well supported by real data for tightly linked markers (i.e., single nucleotideExpand
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Splice Sites Detection by Combining Markov and Hidden Markov Model
Splice sites detection is helpful to the analysis of gene structure and contributes to the prediction of gene products, so it is one of the most important topics in bioinformatics. With the rapidExpand
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Amplify-forward and decode-forward: the impact of location and capacity contour
Successful message relay, or the quality of the inter-user channel, is critical to fully realize the cooperative benefits promised by the theory. This in turn points out the importance of theExpand
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