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Queen’s returned over 95% of academic staff, which was the fifth largest percentage of staff returned in the REF2014. The University also has 14 subject areas ranked within the UK’s Top 20 and 76% of its research classified in the top two categories of world leading and internationally excellent.
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Forthcoming & Latest Publications
- Cell-Free Massive MIMO with Limited Backhaul
- Enhanced Max-Min SINR for Uplink Cell-Free Massive MIMO Systems
- Correction to "massive MIMO with Optimal Power and Training Duration Allocation"
- Pilot Power Control for Cell-free Massive MIMO
- Message from the SIGTELCOM 2018 general and technical program chairs
- Incremental Verification of Parametric and Reconfigurable Markov Chains
- Types of front of pack food labels: Do obese consumers care? Evidence from Northern Ireland
- Using mixed logit models to derive individual-specific WTP estimates for landscape improvements under gri-environmental schemes: Evidence from the rural environment protection scheme in Ireland
- Consequentiality and demand revelation in double referenda
- Preference learning versus coherent arbitrariness: NOAA guidelines or a Learning Design Contingent Valuation (LDCV)