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Pleosporales
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Based on the multigene phylogenetic analysis, the suborder Massarineae is emended to accommodate five families, viz. Expand
Device-to-Device Load Balancing for Cellular Networks
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Empirical evaluations based on real-world 4G data traces show that D2D load balancing can reduce the spectrum requirement by 25% as compared to the standard scenario without D2 D load balancing, at the expense of negligible 0.7% D1D traffic overhead. Expand
Optimal Location Planning of Renewable Distributed Generation Units in Distribution Networks: An Analytical Approach
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This paper proposes a novel analytical approach to solve the optimal location planning of renewable distributed generation (RDG) units by taking into account the random uncertainties of renewable generation and load demand and effectively reduces the computational time. Expand
Hedgehog proteins and parathyroid hormone‐related protein are involved in intervertebral disc maturation, degeneration, and calcification
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Hedgehog proteins had the propensity to induce calcification in CLCs from degenerated IVDs, indicating that in the future, inhibiting hedgehog signaling could be an approach to inhibit calcification during IVD degeneration. Expand
Beam-Selection-Based Statistical Beamforming for FDD Massive MIMO: Exploiting Spatial Reciprocity
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This paper proposes to extract the spatial information of the downlink channel from the uplink channel estimation procedure, based on which a novel downlink beamforming design is provided, and derives a sum-rate expression and its approximations for the proposed system. Expand
A VSC-Based BESS Model for Multi-Objective OPF Using Mixed Integer SOCP
This paper presents a new model of voltage source converter (VSC)-based battery energy storage systems (BESSs) that interface with power grids. A VSC-based BESS is made up of a series connection of aExpand
Comparison of annulus fibrosus cell collagen remodeling rates in a microtissue system
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Annulus fibrosus cells of inbred LG/J mice were better able to remodel and realign their collagen fibers than those from C57BL/6J mice, which could contribute to the faster disc wedging progression observed in these mice. Expand