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— The capacity of an optical CDMA (OCDMA) network has traditionally been defined as the number of continuously transmitting circuits supported by the network. In this paper, we use teletraffic models to determine the teletraffic capacity of a circuit-switched OCDMA network where circuits carry bursty traffic. Our analysis is independent of the OCDMA… (More)
Pelizaeus-Merzbacher disease is an X-linked hypomyelinating leukodystrophy caused by mutations or rearrangements in PLP1. It presents in infancy with nystagmus, jerky head movements, hypotonia and developmental delay evolving into spastic tetraplegia with optic atrophy and variable movement disorders. A clinically similar phenotype caused by recessive… (More)
We show how an eavesdropper with a small amount of knowledge about the traffic sent via a spectral-phase optical CDMA system with phase-scrambling can break the confidentially of certain systems within a few bit intervals. Optical CDMA (OCDMA)  is a particularly attractive alternative to traditional digital encryption because it has the potential to… (More)
— Puncturing is studied as a physical layer mechanism for efficiently transmitting datastreams containing bits of unequal priority via wavelength-time optical CDMA. Puncturing increases system capacity, while ensuring that important bits are received with low BER.
MOTIVATION The approaches usually used for building large genetic maps consist of dividing the marker set into linkage groups and provide local orders that can be tested by multi-point linkage analysis. To deal with the limitations of these approaches, a strategy taking the marker set into account globally is defined. RESULTS The paper presents a new… (More)
In order to predict the effects of a fusion energy project's magnet current requirements on the harmonics and power factor at the power system's supply line source, a detailed three-phase converter model, including the overlap angle, is presented. This converter model is contained within the transient analysis control systems (TACS) portion of the… (More)