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Forthcoming & Latest Publications
- On the performance of zero-forcing processing in multi-way massive MIMO relay networks
- Positive Herz-Schur multipliers and approximation properties of crossed products
- Completely bounded bimodule maps and spectral synthesis
- Energy Efficiency in Cell-Free Massive MIMO with Zero-Forcing Precoding Design
- Full-duplex cyber-weapon with massive arrays
- No downlink pilots are needed in Massive MIMO
- Using the hidden semi-Markov model with the Coxian phase-type distribution to capture patient flow through a heathcare setting
- Coxian phase-type survival models with a hidden layer.
- Drying of Almonds II: Multiple Particles
- Repetitive reaching training combined with transcranial Random Noise Stimulation in stroke survivors with chronic and severe arm paresis is feasible: a pilot, triple-blind, randomised case series