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Multi Objective Data Aggregation Scheduling for Power Efficient WNSN

S. Madhavi, Tai Hoon Kim
2017 International Journal of Control and Automation  
In [15] Nanosensors are tiny devices made from novel nano materials capable of sensing new types of physical, chemical and biological phenomenon at the molecular level [13] .  ...  In this paper we propose a method which is an extension to our method proposed in [17] where the optimal number of concurrent neighbors are obtained.  ...  Let the effect of each chemical species Si on the radio signal is characterized by its molecular absorption coefficient K i (f) at frequency f.  ... 
doi:10.14257/ijca.2017.10.7.09 fatcat:qwlvlpz3djcj5mef5fbuao7mwe

Resource competition in a discrete environment: Why are plankton distributions paradoxical?

David A. Siegel
1998 Limnology and Oceanography  
have a dominant role in determining the species composition of an oligotrophic phytoplankton community.  ...  This seeming violation of the principle of competitive exclusion occurs because nutrient competition in oligotrophic environments is governed by interactions among discrete individuals rather than entire  ...  an organism will feel the effects of its neighbors, (7J, or If the value of DV, is 51, the organism's biological time scale is longer than the temporal scale that characterizes the influence of its neighboring  ... 
doi:10.4319/lo.1998.43.6.1133 fatcat:kau267siore5jcta4miyi32wuq

Influence of water on the viscoelastic behavior of recycled nylon 6,6

A. Vallés-Lluch, W. Camacho, A. Ribes-Greus, S. Karlsson
2002 Journal of Applied Polymer Science  
The relaxation zones of the dynamic-mechanical relaxation spectra of the samples have been characterized according to the Fuoss-Kirkwood equation and with help of the deconvolution method.  ...  In recycled nylon 6,6, a higher absorbed moisture content can be detected in comparison to virgin material.  ...  The authors are grateful for the financial support received for this work from the Politechnical University of Valencia via a project of the "Programa de Incentivo a la Investigación de la UPV.  ... 
doi:10.1002/app.10838 fatcat:g6b5ge7ab5a4ndbjesyzhaqeqq

Transmitter and Receiver Architectures for Molecular Communications: A Survey on Physical Design with Modulation, Coding and Detection Techniques [article]

Murat Kuscu, Ergin Dinc, Bilgesu A. Bilgin, Hamideh Ramezani, Ozgur B. Akan
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Inspired by Nature, molecular communications (MC), i.e., use of molecules to encode, transmit and receive information, stands as the most promising communication paradigm to realize nanonetworks.  ...  The main reason for this lies in the peculiarities of nanoscale physics, challenges in nanoscale fabrication and highly stochastic nature of biochemical domain of envisioned nanonetwork applications.  ...  MOLECULAR COMMUNICATION RECEIVER The MC receiver (MC-Rx) recognizes the arrival of target molecules to its vicinity and detects the information encoded in a physical property of these molecules, such as  ... 
arXiv:1901.05546v1 fatcat:d4cvhn5lyrdibizrrya4f67gz4

A Comprehensive Survey on Hybrid Communication for Internet of Nano-Things in Context of Body-Centric Communications [article]

Ke Yang, Dadi Bi, Yansha Deng, Rui Zhang, M. Mahboob Ur Rahman, Najah Abu Ali, Muhammad Ali Imran, Josep M. Jornet, Qammer H. Abbasi, Akram Alomainy
2019 arXiv   pre-print
the potential of hybrid communication paradigms.  ...  However, the communication between the devices in such nanonetworks is still an open problem. Body-centric nanonetworks are believed to play an essential role in the practical application of IoNTs.  ...  As the main bottleneck of bit error performance of molecular communication system, the ISI is first characterized in [83] , and increasing attention has been focused on the bit error rate performance  ... 
arXiv:1912.09424v1 fatcat:yuhsss5chrdgxlrzqwvfvxjypy

Transmitter and Receiver Architectures for Molecular Communications: A Survey on Physical Design With Modulation, Coding, and Detection Techniques

Murat Kuscu, Ergin Dinc, Bilgesu A. Bilgin, Hamideh Ramezani, Ozgur B. Akan
2019 Proceedings of the IEEE  
This article focuses on the design of transmitters and receivers for molecular communication (MC).  ...  ABSTRACT | Inspired by nature, molecular communications (MC), i.e., the use of molecules to encode, transmit, and receive information, stands as the most promising communication paradigm to realize the  ...  The communication was characterized as limited range and slow speed.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jproc.2019.2916081 fatcat:mfvayrdngfbb7bshugc67k54z4

Plant-to-plant communication triggered by systemin primes anti-herbivore resistance in tomato

Mariangela Coppola, Pasquale Cascone, Valentina Madonna, Ilaria Di Lelio, Francesco Esposito, Concetta Avitabile, Alessandra Romanelli, Emilio Guerrieri, Alessia Vitiello, Francesco Pennacchio, Rosa Rao, Giandomenico Corrado
2017 Scientific Reports  
Moreover, we aimed to provide insights into the molecular aspects that characterize the primed state in tomato.  ...  In addition, it is currently widely accepted that plantto-plant communication allows specific neighbors to be warned of likely incoming stress (defense priming).  ...  Acknowledgements This work was supported by the GenopomPro (PON R&C 2007-2013, Ministero dell'Istruzione, dell'Università e della Ricerca in cooperation with the European Funds for the Regional Development  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41598-017-15481-8 pmid:29138416 pmcid:PMC5686165 fatcat:ad45epi6afcvbeykbb4wb57k7u

Simulating with AcCoRD: Actor-based Communication via Reaction–Diffusion

Adam Noel, Karen C. Cheung, Robert Schober, Dimitrios Makrakis, Abdelhakim Hafid
2017 Nano Communication Networks  
This paper introduces AcCoRD (Actor-based Communication via Reaction-Diffusion) version 1.0. AcCoRD is a sandbox reaction-diffusion solver designed for the study of molecular communication systems.  ...  Simulation results demonstrate the use of AcCoRD as both an accurate reaction-diffusion solver and one that is catered to the analysis of molecular communication systems.  ...  System 4: Simple Communication System In System 4, we consider variations of the extensivelystudied molecular communication scenario with a point transmitter and a spherical receiver, as shown in Fig.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.nancom.2017.02.002 fatcat:fpgciwtnxvbe5f6xwodvals3bm

Molecular Communication Aspects of Potassium Intracellular Signaling in Cardiomyocytes

Pengfei Lu, Mladen Veletic, Jacob Bergsland, Ilangko Balasingham
2020 IEEE Access  
We explore the concept of Molecular Communications (MC) to analyze the propagation of potassium ions in the cardiomyocyte cytosol.  ...  This study aims to characterize fine-grained ionic-level manipulation of cardiomyocytes for the controlled electrical activity that will offer new insights within the medical field.  ...  /ions roam in the communication channel between the transmitter and receiver, • Reception: the receiver absorbs the information molecules/ions from the communication channel, • Decoding: the receiver reacts  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.3036219 fatcat:u5fdjehukba4fmpwz3rvwg46fi

A Survey of Molecular Communication in Cell Biology: Establishing a New Hierarchy for Interdisciplinary Applications

Dadi Bi, Apostolos Almpanis, Adam Noel, Yansha Deng, Robert Schober
2021 IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials  
Molecular communication (MC) engineering is inspired by the use of chemical signals as information carriers in cell biology.  ...  The hierarchy includes: 1) the physical propagation of cell signaling at the Physical Signal Propagation level; 2) the generation, reception, and biochemical pathways of molecular signals at the Physical  ...  Environmental factors also influence the propagation of any molecular signal (e.g., temperature, pH, presence of flow).  ... 
doi:10.1109/comst.2021.3066117 fatcat:xd2o7fobtret3bc4vc5yqbckru

From Nano-Communications to Body Area Networks: A Perspective on Truly Personal Communications

Pawel Kulakowski, Kenan Turbic, Luis M. Correia
2020 IEEE Access  
At the nano- and micro-scales, communications can be realized with the aid of molecular mechanisms, Forster resonance energy transfer phenomenon, electromagnetic or ultrasound waves.  ...  This article presents an overview of future truly personal communications, ranging from networking inside the human body to the exchange of data with external wireless devices in the surrounding environment  ...  The unconventional nano-transmitter and receiver are in this case two neighboring molecules, rather than artificial devices.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.3015825 fatcat:lzavduvx2bg5nne2xhpdkj2rbu

Oscillator-phase coupling for different two-dimensional network connectivities

Ernst Niebur, Heinz G. Schuster, Daniel M. Kammen, Christof Koch
1991 Physical Review A. Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics  
Our analysis shows that for overall equal interaction strength, a sparse-coupling scheme in which each oscillator is coupled to a small, randomly selected subset of its neighbors leads to a more rapid  ...  We investigate the dynamics of large arrays of coupled phase oscillators driven by random intrinsic frequencies under a variety of coupling schemes, by computing the time-dependent cross-correlation function  ...  We studied three different 2 D connection architectures: the simplest nearest-neighbor scheme, "Gaussian" schemes where each cell communicates with all its neighbors with the weights decreasing in a Gaussian  ... 
doi:10.1103/physreva.44.6895 pmid:9905816 fatcat:k7butgvcyvbede6ioiw27fynw4

Investigation of the Sound Absorbing Performance of the Hollow Carbon Nanospheres as an Acoustic Absorbent

Mahdi Teymourzadeh, Mohammad Seifi, Ibrahim Hasanzadeh
2021 SRPH Journal of Fundamental Sciences and Technology  
The outcomes of this investigation highlight the potential of the HCNSs for use as light-weight acoustic absorbers.  ...  Tests were conducted using an impedance tube to measure the acoustic absorption coefficient of the HCNSs.  ...  The molecular behavior of these new nanoscopic materials may have a significant influence on their sound absorption properties.  ... 
doi:10.47176/sjfst.3.3.10 fatcat:d25ejmjdgjbdtl2b2y5d3l2cye

Plant Strategies for Enhancing Access to Sunlight

Anne-Sophie Fiorucci, Christian Fankhauser
2017 Current Biology  
The type of responses depends on plant density ranging from neighbor 25 detection modulating growth in anticipation of future shading to the response to canopy 26 shade where light resources are limiting  ...  In this review we will describe the photoperception 22 mechanisms and the growth responses elicited by the neighboring vegetation in shade-23 avoiding species.  ...  Under a canopy, 467 light is strongly filtered by high tree leaves and the understory receives a much lower light 468 intensity, characterized by low UV-B, low PAR and low R/FR (bottom spectrum figure  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cub.2017.05.085 pmid:28898666 fatcat:tmye2kgyync3llwa76afknd7ky

A Survey of Molecular Communication in Cell Biology: Establishing a New Hierarchy for Interdisciplinary Applications [article]

Dadi Bi, Apostolos Almpanis, Adam Noel, Yansha Deng, Robert Schober
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Molecular communication (MC) engineering is inspired by the use of chemical signals as information carriers in cell biology.  ...  The hierarchy includes: 1) the Physical Signal Propagation level; 2) the Physical and Chemical Signal Interaction level; 3) the Signal-Data Interface level; 4) the Local Data Abstraction level; and 5)  ...  These assumptions shift the focus of the analysis to the characterization of the physical signal propagation (as discussed for Level 1 in Section III), and can be accurate if the physical and temporal  ... 
arXiv:2009.00090v1 fatcat:5fhpk7dpmvc35b44ysr4srqbc4
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