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(2012-06-01)
As HSPA/HSPA+ and LTE/LTE-A evolve in parallel, the reconfigurability of a receiver to support multiple standards has become more and more important, especially for small cells. In this paper, we first suggest a reconfigurable ...
• Reconfigurable Real-time MIMO Detector on GPU ﻿

(2009-11-01)
In a high performance multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) system, a soft output MIMO detector combined with a channel decoder is often used at the receiver to maximize performance gain. Graphic processor unit (GPU) is a ...
• Reconfigurable stream processors for wireless base-stations ﻿

(2003-10-20)
This paper presents the design and use of reconfigurable stream processors for the physical layer processing in wireless base-stations. Stream processors, traditionally used for high performance media processing, use ...
• A reconfigurable viterbi decoder architecture ﻿

(2001-11-20)
We present the design and implementation of a novel reconfigurable Viterbi decoder which provides dynamic adaptation to different constraint length and code rate convolutional codes. A decoder what supports constraint ...
• Reconsidering a Politicized Erotic: Lesbian Feminism, Mis/recognition, and Identity Practices ﻿

(2014-10-03)
This genealogical study examines the ways in which the discourse of identity shapes lesbianism activism as it surfaced in response to the misogynistic lesbophobia inherent to US feminist and homophilic identity political ...
• Reconstructing the glacial history of Marguerite Bay, Antarctic Peninsula: A combined geomorphological and sedimentological approach ﻿

(2006)
Geological and geophysical data were interpreted to reconstruct the glacial history of Marguerite Bay. Antarctic Peninsula, since the Last Glacial Maximum. An extensive paleo-subglacial meltwater drainage system, which ...
• Reconstruction Finance Corporation check for idle tires, payable to Andy A. Barentine ﻿

(1942-12-21)
This item is part of a collection of photographs and documents of oil exploration in Texas and Louisiana, 1930s-1950s, taken by Shell Oil employee Andy A. Barentine.
• Reconstruction of changes in the Amundsen Sea and Bellingshausen Sea sector of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet since the Last Glacial Maximum ﻿

(2014)
Marine and terrestrial geological and marine geophysical data that constrain deglaciation since the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) of the sector of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet (WAIS) draining into the Amundsen Sea and ...
• Reconstruction of changes in the Weddell Sea sector of the Antarctic Ice Sheet since the Last Glacial Maximum ﻿

(2014)
The Weddell Sea sector is one of the main formation sites for Antarctic Bottom Water and an outlet for about one fifth of Antarctica's continental ice volume. Over the last few decades, studies on glacial–geological records ...
• Reconstruction of eastern Pacific climate variability using multiple geochemical tracers in Cocos Island corals ﻿

(2000)
Multiple isotopic and geochemical tracers were employed to unravel the complex history of recent environmental variability at Cocos Island. Downcore variations in delta18O, U/Ca, Sr/Ca, and Ba/Ca within coral skeletal ...
• Reconstruction of ice-sheet changes in the Antarctic Peninsula since the Last Glacial Maximum ﻿

(2014)
This paper compiles and reviews marine and terrestrial data constraining the dimensions and configuration of the Antarctic Peninsula Ice Sheet (APIS) from the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) through deglaciation to the present ...
• Reconstruction of Lamé Moduli and Density at the Boundary Enabling Directional Elastic Wavefield Decomposition ﻿

(2017)
We consider the inverse boundary value problem for the system of equations describing elastic waves in isotropic media on a bounded domain in $\mathbb{R}^3$ via a finite-time Laplace transform. The data are the dynamical ...
• RECONSTRUCTION OF SIGNALS FROM PHASE: EFFICIENT ALGORITHMS, SEGMENTATION, AND GENERALIZATIONS ﻿

(1982)
It is well known that the phase of the Fourier transform of a signal contains a significant amount of information about the signal. Under certain circumstances the knowledge of phase is sufficient to recover the original ...
• Reconstruction of signals of a known class from a given set of linear measurements ﻿

(1970)
This paper investigates the error in reconstructions of a signal based on a given, finite set of linear measurements, and presents two schemes that, if there is available a prior knowledge of the class of signals of which ...
• Reconstruction of Tissue-Specific Metabolic Networks Using CORDA ﻿

(2016)
Human metabolism involves thousands of reactions and metabolites. To interpret this complexity, computational modeling becomes an essential experimental tool. One of the most popular techniques to study human metabolism ...

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