Yuheng Huang

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—We analyze the impact of imperfect channel state information (CSI) on the performance of bit-interleaved coded modulation with iterative decoding (BICM-ID) over fading channels. We develop a general, accurate and efficient theoretical error-free feedback bound (EF bound) to analyze the asymptotic bit-error rate (BER) of BICM-ID with imperfect CSI, and(More)
—We analyze the convergence of iteratively decoded bit-interleaved coded modulation with imperfect channel state information using the extrinsic information transfer (EXIT) chart. A canonical analysis model is adopted, where the power correlation coefficient between the fading and its estimate becomes the key parameter affecting the extrinsic transfer(More)
Environmental heterogeneity has been hypothesized to influence levels of genetic variation but the effect of heterogeneity depends on (i) the form of heterogeneity, (ii) whether ecologically relevant or neutral loci are being considered, and (iii) the genetic basis of ecological adaptation. We surveyed genome-wide SNP diversity in replicate experimental(More)
Heterogeneous environments are typically expected to maintain more genetic variation in fitness within populations than homogeneous environments. However, the accuracy of this claim depends on the form of heterogeneity as well as the genetic basis of fitness traits and how similar the assay environment is to the environment of past selection. Here, we(More)
Environmental heterogeneity helps maintain genetic variation in fitness. Therefore, one might predict that populations living in heterogeneous environments have higher adaptive potential than populations living in homogeneous environments. Such a prediction could be useful in guiding conservation priorities without requiring detailed genetic studies.(More)