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Cognitive Decoding And The Golden Code

A. Robert Calderbank, Stephen Howard, Songsri Sirianunpiboon
2008 Zenodo  
Publication in the conference proceedings of EUSIPCO, Lausanne, Switzerland, 2008  ...  This paper describes a cognitive decoder for the Golden code with complexity O(N 2 ), where N is the number of symbols in the underlying QAM constellation.  ...  CONCLUSION We presented a single cognitive decoder for the Golden code with complexity O(N 2 ) that comes within 3dB of full MAP/ML decoding on Rayleigh channels and reduces to essentially ML performance  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.40764 fatcat:2zv5qqcr5vghrnzkjw7l36krda

Mechanisms Leading to Negative Transfer

Xiaorong Luo, Jian Gao
2011 Theory and Practice in Language Studies  
At the same time, it is embodied in such various activities of parole as listening, speaking, reading, writing and translating and often occurs unconsciously when learners transfer items and structures  ...  that are not the same in both languages, and within the theory of contrastive analysis, it is believed that the greater the differences between the two languages, the more negative transfer can be expected  ...  There is a code switching process when the information is sent to the hearer, during which the decoding process is influenced by the hearer"s cultural background.  ... 
doi:10.4304/tpls.1.5.507-510 fatcat:okcvpxjxwzecrejs5dl5kqiotq

Constructing Scientific Notions: Students' and Teachers' Conceptual Change through a Re-sponsible Research and Innovation Initiative

2018 Zenodo  
Students' cognitive representation means the establishment of cognitive frames.  ...  Our research question focused on how RRI principles help teachers and students to change their cognitive frames through the concept of "Learning Science Through Theatre" Initiative.  ...  Acknowledgments  The "Learning Science Through Theatre" (LSTT) project ( ),  CREAT-IT (2012-2015) 539818-LLP-1-2013-1-NOCOMENIUS-CMP.  CREATIONS (2015-2018), H2020-SEAC-2014-1 CSA  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2593805 fatcat:m7uiy7pjvjesflafwqwluohdoy

Page 334 of School Psychology Review Vol. 40, Issue 3 [page]

2011 School Psychology Review  
Bialystock et al. also found that decoding skills in L2 depended on student proficiency in L2 and on instructional experiences in L1 and LZ.  ...  , & Golden- berg, 2000; Royer & Carlo, 1991; Verho- even, 1994).  ... 

AHEAD: Automatic Holistic Energy-Aware Design Methodology for MLP Neural Network Hardware Generation in Proactive BMI Edge Devices

Nan-Sheng Huang, Yi-Chung Chen, Jørgen Christian Larsen, Poramate Manoonpong
2020 Energies  
The proposed AHEAD methodology begins with the trained MLP parameters and golden datasets and produces an efficient hardware design in terms of performance, power, and area (PPA) with the least loss of  ...  In terms of the hardware implementation of the neural decoder for real-time and low-power processing, it takes time to modify or redesign the hardware accelerator.  ...  and discussion on the Proactive BMI control scenario in Figure 1 , Sergio Guillen Barrionuevo and his team from MYSPHERA S.L. for providing the image of Neural Decoding & Control in Figure 2 , Florentin  ... 
doi:10.3390/en13092180 fatcat:nic6gy2iejcwvnocrdugjwxh5i

Counting on Beauty: The role of aesthetic, ethical, and physical universal principles for interstellar communication [article]

Guillermo A. Lemarchand
2008 arXiv   pre-print
We give a specific example on how to use the Golden Section principles to design a hypothetical interstellar message based in physical and aesthetical cognitive universals.  ...  to those things we share, such as the principles of mathematics, physics, and chemistry (a similar cognitive map of nature).  ...  The application of the golden section as a cognitive universal for interstellar communication codes, semantics, and interstellar artistic works The golden section is a mathematically incommensurable proportion  ... 
arXiv:0807.4518v1 fatcat:i2nrf67ouvft5laydsohvmstf4

Capacity of Cognitive Interference Channels With and Without Secrecy

Yingbin Liang, A. Somekh-Baruch, H.V. Poor, S. Shamai, S. Verdu
2009 IEEE Transactions on Information Theory  
The cognitive receiver (receiver 2) needs to decode messages 1 and 2, while the noncognitive receiver (receiver 1) should decode only message 1.  ...  It is assumed that there is a common message (message 1) known to both transmitters, and an additional independent message (message 2) known only to the cognitive transmitter (transmitter 2).  ...  Receiver 1 decodes both and , and receiver 2 decodes , and . Since is decoded and fully known at receiver 1, does not contribute to the secrecy level of at receiver 1 (the eavesdropper).  ... 
doi:10.1109/tit.2008.2009584 fatcat:snwkfjf6dbajxhrnpamczw5mvu

Low-Complexity Adaptive Transmission for Cognitive Radios in Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks

Michael B. Pursley, Thomas C. Royster
2008 IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications  
The protocol's primary mechanism for responding to changes in propagation loss is to adjust the modulation and coding.  ...  Because of disruptions that can be caused by higher levels of interference to other radios in the network, the transmitter power is increased only if the most powerful combination of coding and modulation  ...  We believe that a cognitive radio should rely on the demodulator and decoder to tell the adaptive transmission protocol if changes are needed in coding and modulation and what the changes should be.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jsac.2008.080108 fatcat:5cpdctqzjrenva6eje5xarozce

Cognitive dimensions of talim: evaluating weaving notation through cognitive dimensions (CDs) framework

Gagan Deep Kaur
2016 Cognitive Processing  
After introduction to the practice, the design process is described in 'The design process' section which includes coding and decoding of talim.  ...  The script encodes entire design in practice-specific symbols. This encoded script is decoded and interpreted via designspecific conventions by weavers to weave the design embedded in it.  ...  reproduce the talim roll, a talim excerpt, graph and their respective designs in the paper whose copyright they hold. I am indebted to Prof.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10339-016-0788-z pmid:28032252 fatcat:d2kjf75qfvhuzpo4rlgeqzfyxu

Large-Scale Modeling of Wordform Learning and Representation

Daragh Sibley, Christopher Kello, David Plaut, Jeffrey Elman
2008 Cognitive Science  
Any opinion, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the NSF.  ...  Acknowledgments This work was funded, in part, by National Institutes of Health award MH55628 and National Science Foundation (NSF) award 0239595.  ...  For time steps S2 0 to S2 n , the decoding sequence units' activations were held constant and repeatedly propagated forward to the output units. The decoding hidden and decoding D. E. Sibley et al.  ... 
doi:10.1080/03640210802066964 pmid:20107621 pmcid:PMC2811333 fatcat:cfcdl6sujzchbbwd57w76s67ci

Cognitive cooperation for the downlink of frequency reuse small cells

Salam Akoum, Marie Zwingelstein-Colin, Robert W. Heath, Merouane Debbah
2010 2010 2nd International Workshop on Cognitive Information Processing  
space time code based on the Golden code.  ...  We develop a cooperative diversity protocol coded over space, time, and frequency to achieve improved quality of service for mobile users in the downlink of small-cell frequency reuse networks.  ...  Heath Jr. was supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant CNS-626797 and CCF-0830615. EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing  ... 
doi:10.1109/cip.2010.5604251 dblp:conf/cogip/AkoumZHD10 fatcat:6akxdagqfvectil6qrslu2n2rq

Enclothed cognition and hidden meanings in important Ottoman textiles

Mehlika Orakcioglu, Ismail Orakcioglu, Ben (C) Fletcher
2016 Textile: The Journal of Cloth & Culture  
We show that these garments contain early examples of the use of 'enclothed cognition' where the designs themselves are likely to have influenced the mind of the wearer.  ...  We suggest that psychosocial interpretations of clothing may help further our understanding of textile and apparel design more generally, even within an historical context. 139 words  ...  Serkan Tekin, and Ramazan Bolukbasi -all from Istanbul -who assisted in the decoding of the talismanic shirt. We also thank Hadiye Cangökçe for the photographs used in Figure 3 .  ... 
doi:10.1080/14759756.2015.1125700 fatcat:fehtmsek6vgivfiss6rm2dvteu

Developmental patterns of relationships between inhibitory control and reading skill in early-school children

Anna Kamza
2017 L1-Educational Studies in Language and Literature  
Decoding and comprehension, the two subcomponents of reading skill, were assessed using Prolexia Test, while cognitive inhibitory control was measured with the Color Word Stroop Task.  ...  In the present cross-sectional study Ober's assumptions about the developmental patterns of relationships between inhibitory control and reading skill were examined.  ...  The Color-Word Stroop Task for children by Golden, Golden and Freshwater (2003) was used to assess inhibitory control (Stroop, 1935) . The measure consists of three pages.  ... 
doi:10.17239/l1esll-2017.17.04.04 fatcat:43igtgyp3jcmraet54sj4epr5e

Music models aberrant rule decoding and reward valuation in dementia

Camilla N Clark, Hannah L Golden, Oliver McCallion, Jennifer M Nicholas, Miriam H Cohen, Catherine F Slattery, Ross W Paterson, Phillip D Fletcher, Catherine J Mummery, Jonathan D Rohrer, Sebastian J Crutch, Jason D Warren
2017 Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience  
The processing of musical rules and reward distils cognitive and neuroanatomical mechanisms relevant to complex socio-emotional dysfunction in major dementias.  ...  valuation but intact rule decoding, patients with AD showed impaired rule decoding but intact reward valuation and patients with progressive non-fluent aphasia performed comparably to healthy controls  ...  The Dementia Research Centre is supported by Alzheimer's Research UK, the Brain Research Trust and the Wolfson Foundation. Conflict of interest. None declared.  ... 
doi:10.1093/scan/nsx140 pmid:29186630 pmcid:PMC5827340 fatcat:76ia44umtfcazkkl7yfrtsqedq

Hearing and dementia: from ears to brain

Jeremy C S Johnson, Charles R Marshall, Rimona S Weil, Doris-Eva Bamiou, Chris J D Hardy, Jason D Warren
2020 Brain  
Moving beyond any simple dichotomy of ear and brain, we argue for a reappraisal of the role of auditory cognitive dysfunction and the critical coupling of brain to peripheral organs of hearing in the dementias  ...  We call for a clinical assessment of real-world hearing in these diseases that moves beyond pure tone perception to the development of novel auditory 'cognitive stress tests' and proximity markers for  ...  After substantial 'pre-cognitive' processing in the auditory brainstem (Cope et al., 2015) , the incoming auditory signal must be deconstructed (by 'auditory scene analysis') (Goll et al., 2012a; Golden  ... 
doi:10.1093/brain/awaa429 pmid:33351095 pmcid:PMC7940169 fatcat:ga5da5vrzvbedb6lh6npofmlhy
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