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First Arrival Position in Molecular Communication Via Generator of Diffusion Semigroup

@article{Lee2022FirstAP,
  title={First Arrival Position in Molecular Communication Via Generator of Diffusion Semigroup},
  author={Yen-Chi Lee and Jen-Ming Wu and Min-Hsiu Hsieh},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2201.04476}
}
We consider the problem of characterizing the first arrival position (FAP) density in molecular communication (MC) with a diffusion-advection channel that permits a constant drift velocity pointed to arbitrary direction. The advantage of FAP modulation lies in the fact that it could encode more information into higher dimensional spatial variables, compared to other modulation techniques using time or molecule numbers. However, effective methods to characterize the FAP density in a general… 

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