Paul Houze

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— This paper introduces interference cartography, a simple and effective concept that helps detect, identify and use spectrum opportunities in a secondary spectrum usage context. Interference cartography combines measurements performed by different network entities (mobile terminals, base stations, access points) with the geo-location information and(More)
A nationally-representative sample of 2,696 preschool children living in Congo was examined during Au gust-September 2003 to determine the rates of vitamin A deficiency. Ninety clusters of 30 children, aged six months to six years, were selected, using a randomized two-level cluster-sampling method. Vitamin A deficiency was determined by assessing the(More)
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