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—This paper addresses the problem of energy detection of a primary signal in a cognitive radio environment over Nakagami channels. As an extension to the previous works, we start with the no diversity case, and present some alternative closed-form expressions of detection probability under Nakagami channels. Then we pay much attention to studying the(More)
Stabilized microtubules are required for neuronal morphogenesis and migration. However, the underlying mechanism is not fully understood. In this study, we demonstrate that myosin X (Myo10), which is composed of full-length myosin X (fMyo10) and headless myosin X (hMyo10), is important for axon development. fMyo10 is involved in axon elongation, whereas(More)
The different actions of abscisic acid (ABA) in the aboveground and belowground parts of plants suggest the existence of a distinct perception mechanism between these organs. Although characterization of the soluble ABA receptors PYR1/PYL/RCAR as well as core signaling components has greatly advanced our understanding of ABA perception, signal transduction,(More)
Proper brain function depends on correct neuronal migration during development, which is known to be regulated by cytoskeletal dynamics and cell-cell adhesion. Myosin X (Myo10), an uncharacteristic member of the myosin family, is an important regulator of cytoskeleton that modulates cell motilities in many different cellular contexts. We previously reported(More)
—Spectrum sensing is a key enabling functionality in a cognitive radio (CR) network. The fusion problem of cooperative spectrum sensing, for a cognitive radio network equipped with multi-antennas at its base-station, is considered in this paper. The base-station equipped with multi-antennas act as a fusion center which can attain not only the soft(More)
This paper addresses the problem of the optimal fusion rule adopted in cooperative spectrum sensing over different channels. Evidence from the previous literatures suggests that OR rule is a good choice for cooperative spectrum sensing. After deeply research, we find the fact is not such. Extensive analysis and numerical simulations confirm that OR rule is(More)
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