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Enhancing LAA Co-existence Using MIMO Under Imperfect Sensing

Author(s)
Somayeh Mosleh, Yao Ma, Jason B. Coder, Erik Perrins, Lingjia Liu
To meet the ever growing wireless network demands, in terms of subscribers and data throughput, operating long term evolution (LTE) in unlicensed bands, also

On Upper Bounds for D2D Group Size

Author(s)
David W. Griffith, Aziza Ben Mosbah
In this paper, we examine the Physical Sidelink Discovery Channel (PSDCH) for out-of-coverage (OOC) Device-to-Device (D2D) Long Term Evolution (LTE) networks

DIGITAL TWIN FOR SMART MANUFACTURING: THE SIMULATION ASPECT

Author(s)
Guodong Shao, Sanjay Jain, Christoph Laroque, Loo Hay Lee, Peter Lendermann, Oliver Rose
The purpose of this panel is to discuss the state of the art in digital twin for manufacturing research and practice from the perspective of the simulation

The Economics of Firefighter Injuries in the United States

Author(s)
David T. Butry, David H. Webb, Stanley W. Gilbert, Jennifer Taylor
This report identifies, summarizes, and evaluates the available data and the literature describing the economic costs associated with non-fatal firefighter

NIST Special Database 302: Nail to Nail Fingerprint Challenge

Author(s)
Gregory P. Fiumara, Patricia A. Flanagan, John D. Grantham, Kenneth Ko, Karen Marshall, Matthew Schwarz, Elham Tabassi, Bryan Woodgate, Christopher Boehnen
In September 2017, the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) held a data collection as part of its Nail to Nail (N2N) Fingerprint Challenge

NIST Air Leakage Calculation Tools for Commercial Buildings

Author(s)
Lisa C. Ng, Shrestha Som, William S. Dols, Steven J. Emmerich
The Department of Energy (DOE) estimates that air leakage (or “infiltration”) through building envelopes accounted for 6 % of the total energy consumed by

Examining Mercury Transfer in the American Alligator

Author(s)
Stephen E. Long, Tracey B. Schock, Nilsen Frances
Prenatal exposure to environmental contaminants can cause developmental issues in humans and wildlife. Mercury (Hg) is particularly detrimental, often impairing
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