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A of information technology (IT) artifacts, such as those supporting reputation management and digital archives of past interactions, are commonly deployed to support online communities. Despite their ubiquity, theoretical and empirical research investigating the impact of such IT-based features on online community communication and interaction is limited.(More)
A solution to the power leakage minimization problem in discrete Fourier transform (DFT) based communication systems is presented. In a conventional DFT based system, modulated subcarriers exhibit high sidelobe levels, which leads to significant out-of-band power leakage. Existing techniques found in the literature either do not achieve sufficient sidelobe(More)
The full duplex (FD) technique, which allows the communication node to transmit and receive signals over the same frequency band simultaneously, has the potential to double the spectral efficiency in comparison with the traditional half duplex (HD) technique. However, self-interference, leaking from the FD node's transmission to its own reception, has the(More)
Most human genes produce multiple splicing isoforms with distinct functions. To systematically understand splicing regulation, we conducted an unbiased screen and identified >100 intronic splicing enhancers (ISEs), clustered by sequence similarity. All ISEs functioned in multiple cell types and in heterologous introns, and patterns of distribution and(More)
Orthogonal frequency division multiplexing with index modulation (OFDM-IM) is a recently developed transmission technique that extends the principle of spatial modulation to OFDM subcarriers. In this paper, the performance of OFDM-IM is studied in terms of the achievable rate assuming an M-ary constellation and that channel state information is available at(More)
Intelligent transportation systems (ITS) have emerged as an efficient and effective way of alleviating the traffic congestion and improving the performance of transportation systems. Key challenges of ITS in recent years include the pervasive data collection, data security, privacy preserving, large volume data processing, and intelligent analytics. These(More)
Education of anatomy is a challenging but crucial element in educating medical professionals, but also for general education of pupils. Our research group has previously developed a prototype of an Augmented Reality (AR) magic mirror which allows intuitive visualization of realistic anatomical information on the user. However, the current overlay is(More)
Internet of Things (IoT) is an important part of the new generation information technology. Data management for IoT plays a crucial role in its effective operations and has become a key research topic of IoT. Much work has been done to enable effective and intelligent data processing and analysis when IoT is evolving from Radio Frequency Identification(More)
A new interference self-cancellation (ISC) method for Single Carrier-FDMA (SC-FDMA) systems is proposed to mitigate the inter-user interference caused by frequency offset or Doppler effect. By transmitting a compensation symbol at the first symbol location in each resource block, the energy leakage can be significantly suppressed. With little bandwidth and(More)
In this paper, we consider the scheduling issue on the media access control (MAC) layer of a new practical full duplexing (FD) wireless cellular network, where the central base station (BS) works in the FD mode while the users (UEs) work in the time division duplexing (TDD) mode for considering the limited UE ability to handle the self co-channel(More)