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—Dynamic resource allocation is a key technique that can significantly improve the performance of next generation wireless systems under guaranteed QoS to users. Most of the current resource allocation algorithms are, however, limited to unicast traffics. In practice, how to efficiently allocate various resources in multicast wireless systems is not known.(More)
This paper proposed a post-refining method with fine contextual-dependent GMMs for the auto-segmentation task. A GMM trained with a super feature vector extracted from multiple evenly spaced frames near the boundary is suggested to describe the waveform evolution across a boundary. CART is used to cluster acoustically similar GMMs, so that the GMM for each(More)
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—OFDM can provide frequency diversity gain for point-to-point communications over frequency-selective slow fading channel. Recent works show that OFDM may also form a flexible and efficient multiple access method, which is often referred to OFDMA. However, the user outage probability and the optimal frequency diversity gain in OFDMA systems are not known.(More)