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Truncated-ARQ Aided Adaptive Network Coding for Cooperative Two-Way Relaying Networks: Cross-Layer Design and Analysis

Yanping Yang, Wei Chen, Ou Li, Qingwen Liu, Lajos Hanzo
2016 IEEE Access  
In this context, we propose a cross-layer design for both amplify-and-forward and decode-and-forward two-way relaying based on the NC technique invoked for improving the achievable throughput under specific  ...  Therefore, we develop a novel transmission strategy for jointly selecting the optimal constellation sizes for both of the relay-to-destination links that have to be adapted to both pair of channel conditions  ...  Section II describes both our system as well as channel model adopted, and introduces the proposed cross-layer design. In Section III, a pair of NC-aided protocols are designed for AF/DF-TWR.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2016.2604323 fatcat:juwshkyj4zdhjacucut6uem5ae

US national accessibility survey: librarians serving patrons with disabilities

Laurie J. Bonnici, Stephanie L. Maatta, Muriel K. Wells
2009 New Library World  
512).  ...  For example, Bonnici, et al. (2009) admit that their study "…focused exclusively only polling librarians who were members of the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped" (p.  ...  Using Survey Monkey, the authors designed a study composed of three main parts: general questions about product accessibility, compliance with Section 508 standards, and accessibility testing/usability  ... 
doi:10.1108/03074800911007532 fatcat:u46d65wmmvchxnjerwcwigy72e

Housing Choices and Care Home Design for People With Dementia

Karim Hadjri, Cliona Rooney, Verity Faith
2015 Health Environments Research & Design Journal  
Older people who wish to age in place are faced with the challenge of adapting their domestic environment to ensure independence, accessibility and social connectivity.  ...  Older people who wish to age in place are faced with the challenge of adapting their domestic 4 environment to ensure independence, accessibility and social connectivity.  ...  level of care required by the resident, the atmosphere of a 508 home and the design quality of the care home.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1937586715573740 pmid:25929473 fatcat:j3vqmu7abnav3js5rl6jfxi7ry

Access Control [chapter]

Anne Canteaut, Gerald Brose, Hakki C. Cankaya, Hakki C. Cankaya, Aaron Estes, Sabrina De Capitani di Vimercati, Sabrina De Capitani di Vimercati, Davide Martinenghi, Yvo Desmedt, Marijke De Soete, Alex Biryukov, Alex Biryukov (+36 others)
2011 Encyclopedia of Cryptography and Security  
(See Section 508 accessibility) WAIS (Wide Area Information Servers) A distributed information system designed by Brewster Kahle while at Thinking Machines.  ...  HTTP A computer protocol for transferring information across the Net in such a way as to meet the demands of a global hypertext system. (2) Part of the original design of the Web, continued in a W3C activity  ...  Word Processor The generic name for software designed to enter, edit, and manage text documents.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4419-5906-5_179 fatcat:ibx7eeeyfrgmlfjprx3cnfuvkq


Yandra Arkeman Umi Marfuah, Machfud And Indah Yuliasih
2021 Zenodo  
Blockchain is the technology that disrupts goods in supply chains of agriculture and offers a revolutionary solution for their traceability.  ...  All transactions are registered in the immutable blockchain lead with connections to a decentralized system (IPFS), ensuring the ecosystem is safe, confident, reliable and booming for everyones high degree  ...  We presented aspects of the system framework, design, diagrams, interactions, sequences, and algorithms for implementation.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5554346 fatcat:xvcydemc3bflfh3csz2wrc7k2q

Designing Emergency Response Dispatch Systems for Better Dispatcher Performance

Anna McNab, Traci Hess, Joseph Valacich
2011 AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction  
Next, cue summation theory is examined since it provides supportive theoretical justification for why it may be beneficial to use a combination of cues (or stimuli) in the design of ERS applications.  ...  Lastly, information processing can either take the form of associative processing or symbolic processing; this distinction will be examined in the following section. Associative vs.  ...  Lastly, we collected data for three treatments in three extra sections (16 treatments, with 19 lab sections) to provide all students with the specified extra credit opportunity.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1thci.00025 fatcat:5h2irtckljc6vf2gyjoikgswm4

Is this risky? Accessing Digital Literacy Level among Young Adult's in TRNC

Muhammad Bello Nawaila, Sezer Kanbul, Saleh Waziri Mustapha
2019 Journal of Learning and Teaching in Digital Age  
East University of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus and an interview was conducted to 50 randomly selected students among the 512 for the purpose of data collection.  ...  Whereas Internet policy was design to suit adult internet users, leaving the young adult vulnerable.  ...  The questionnaire consists of two sections; the general information section contains 9 questions and the item section containing 38 questions.  ... 
doaj:0d44adf368fb4dcfb9237ef699349172 fatcat:cliqfrva7za4vo7w7o4kcbuabe

Points of attention in designing tools for regional brownfield prioritization

Elsa Limasset, Lisa Pizzol, Corinne Merly, Annette M. Gatchett, Cécile Le Guern, Stanislav Martinát, Petr Klusáček, Stephan Bartke
2018 Science of the Total Environment  
the identification of the main aspects (sub-topics) to be considered and their relative influences and in the comprehension of the general patterns and challenges to be faced when dealing with the development  ...  Accordingly, we identified 5 PoAs, namely 1) Assessing end user needs and orientation discussions, 2) Availability and quality of the data needed for the BF prioritization tool, 3) Communication and stakeholder  ...  in the previous section.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2017.11.168 pmid:29227948 fatcat:dymw25a5ffcm5gii4qplq7tsx4

6 Design Principles for an Alternative [chapter]

2021 Stocks for All: People's Capitalism in the Twenty-First Century  
Fortunately, there is plentyofroom for technological and social innovation.³ It is perhaps possible to develop better design principles for the regulation of public stock markets.  ...  Innovation and past design principles. We can start with af ew words about innovation.  ...  on to meet the requirementso ft he Section 4(a)(2)e xemption.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110761108-007 fatcat:a73gxws3nfbr5i7quck27qxuhu

Design considerations and solutions in rapid-prototyping an ultraviolet reactor for ice borehole disinfection

Peter W. Keen, Mario P. Brito
2014 Annals of Glaciology  
Gaining access to subglacial lakes presents major technological challenges.  ...  This paper describes the design process involved in rapid-prototyping an ultraviolet (UV) disinfection reactor for achieving this goal.  ...  In 543 particular the skills of Mr James Wyatt for drawings of the equipment in this 544 paper, Mr Nicholas Rundle for formulating the original design brief and Medtech 545 Design Services Ltd for draughting  ... 
doi:10.3189/2014aog65a006 fatcat:drp5dcsqjva5vhh2lnttlxrsbm

Access to Government Officials in the Age of Social Media

Katie Blevins, Kearston L. Wesner
2019 The Journal of Civic Information  
This study addresses the contours of public access to government officials on social media.  ...  Specifically, it considers the circumstances in which government officials are likely to be held to a standard of accountability and the case for treating public officials' social media accounts as public  ...  ideas." 30 The cases analyzed in this section are divided into two areas: access to publicly available information, and access to government information.  ... 
doi:10.32473/joci.v1i1.115658 fatcat:bukeyvj6lrfgzdwddwb6otb5ay

Analysis of standalone solar streetlights for improved energy access in displaced settlements

J.D. Nixon, K. Bhargava, A. Halford, E. Gaura
2021 Renewable Energy  
J o u r n a l P r e -p r o o f Analysis of standalone solar streetlights for improved energy access in displaced settlements Abstract 1 This paper examines the gap between the design and in-situ performance  ...  inform the design.  ...  Acknowledgements 722 The authors would like to acknowledge the financial support of the Engineering and Physical  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.renene.2021.05.105 fatcat:tb4owqfnwfecdilqmhlqmu2eou

Logic Synthesis [chapter]

2017 Electronic Design Automation for IC Implementation, Circuit Design, and Process Technology  
ACKNOWLEDGMENT e authors thank Vladimir Yutsis for his helpful feedback on Section 1.5.2.  ...  FUTURE SCALING CHALLENGES In the previous sections, we mainly focused on how continued scaling changed the way we are able to predict delay throughout the design ow. is has been one of the main drivers  ...  Tools must sparsely access only the data that they need to reduce memory usage and runtime. Let us look at each of these in more detail in the following sections.  ... 
doi:10.1201/9781315215112-13 fatcat:me52zpnxyfcczh3choo2p4zulm

Open Access Publishing: A Literature Review

Giancarlo F. Frosio
2014 Social Science Research Network  
106 For a discussion and collection of empirical data regarding the motivations, personal attributes and behavioural patterns of those who are engaged in producing free/libre and open source software (  ...  academic author. 451 In particular, in the United Kingdom, although a traditional 'work for hire' provision is included in Section 11(2) of the Copyright, Design And Patent Act 1988, 452 building upon  ...  requirements that the materials that should be disseminated through open access should meet.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2697412 fatcat:po3pq3dhebcebme3loceef2fgq

Human-centered design as a guide to intervention planning for non-communicable diseases: the BIGPIC study from Western Kenya

Claudia L. Leung, Mackenzie Naert, Benjamin Andama, Rae Dong, David Edelman, Carol Horowitz, Peninah Kiptoo, Simon Manyara, Winnie Matelong, Esther Matini, Violet Naanyu, Sarah Nyariki (+6 others)
2020 BMC Health Services Research  
Human-centered design (HCD) is a methodology that can be used to engage stakeholders in intervention design and evaluation to tailor-make interventions to meet their specific needs.  ...  We demonstrate the use of HCD to guide the development and evaluation of an innovative care delivery model for NCDs in rural Kenya.  ...  The goals of the Design Team were to 179 define the challenges to NCD care based on community 180 input and design an intervention model to meet the 181 needs and challenges of the end-users.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12913-020-05199-1 pmid:32398131 fatcat:qpycdha2efgedmyhsi4db3sqkq
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