Stefan Brueck

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Alpha-motoneurons appear to be exceedingly affected in neurodegenerative diseases such as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Morphological and physiological degeneration of this neuronal phenotype is typically characterized by a marked decrease of neuronal markers and by alterations of cholinergic metabolism such as reduced choline acetyltransferase(More)
Coordinated multi-point transmission/reception is considered for LTE-Advanced as a tool to improve the coverage of high data rates, the cell-edge throughput and/or to increase the system throughput [1]. Joint transmission schemes are mentioned in [1] as an example of coordinated transmission between cells for the downlink. Here, data are transmitted(More)
Base station cooperation in the downlink of cellular systems has been recently suggested as a promising concept towards a better exploitation of the communication system’s physical resources. It may offer a high gain in capacity through interference mitigation. This however, comes at a cost of high information exchange between cooperating entities and a(More)
The standardization of the fourth generation of mobile communication systems was mainly driven by the demands for higher data-rates and improved Quality of Service. To reach these goals interference coordination has been identified as a promising research field for better exploitation of the time and frequency resources. This paradigm shift from(More)