Yoshinobu Ohira12
Fuminori Kawano12
Naoya Nakai9
Katsumasa Goto7
12Yoshinobu Ohira
12Fuminori Kawano
9Naoya Nakai
7Katsumasa Goto
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—The objective of the beamforming with the exploitation of a sensor array is to enhance the signals of the sources from desired directions, suppress the noises and the interfering signals from other directions, and/or simultaneously provide the localization of the associated sources. In this paper, we present a higher order cumulant-based beamforming(More)
  • Dorianna Sandonà, Jean-Francois Desaphy, Giulia M. Camerino, Elisa Bianchini, Stefano Ciciliot, Daniela Danieli-Betto +18 others
  • 2012
The effect of microgravity on skeletal muscles has so far been examined in rat and mice only after short-term (5-20 day) spaceflights. The mice drawer system (MDS) program, sponsored by Italian Space Agency, for the first time aimed to investigate the consequences of long-term (91 days) exposure to microgravity in mice within the International Space(More)
  • Maria Angela Masini, Elisabetta Albi, Cristina Barmo, Tommaso Bonfiglio, Lara Bruni, Laura Canesi +19 others
  • 2012
Hormonal changes in humans during spaceflight have been demonstrated but the underlying mechanisms are still unknown. To clarify this point thyroid and testis/epididymis, both regulated by anterior pituitary gland, have been analyzed on long-term space-exposed male C57BL/10 mice, either wild type or pleiotrophin transgenic, overexpressing osteoblast(More)
—We focus on the channel estimation and the decoding of orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM) signals in networking scenarios with multipath propagation and strong co-channel interference (CCI). The receiver views the CCI contained in the subchannel signal observations as additional independent Gaussian noise terms with varying variance from(More)
Effects of 3-month exposure to microgravity environment on the expression of genes and proteins in mouse brain were studied. Moreover, responses of neurobiological parameters, nerve growth factor (NGF) and brain derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), were also evaluated in the cerebellum, hippocampus, cortex, and adrenal glands. Spaceflight-related changes in(More)
Response of adductor longus (AL) muscle to gravitational unloading and reloading was studied. Male Wistar Hannover rats (5-wk old) were hindlimb-unloaded for 16 days with or without 16-day ambulation recovery. The electromyogram (EMG) activity in AL decreased after acute unloading, but that in the rostral region was even elevated during continuous(More)