selective interference

selective interference

[si′lek·tiv ‚in·tər′fir·əns]
(communications)
Interference whose energy is concentrated in a narrow band of frequencies.
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Yener, "Selective interference alignment for MIMO cognitive femtocell networks," IEEE J.
Selective interference with the use of visual images in the symbolic distance paradigm.
Miller CS, Leonelli FM, Latham E (1998) Selective interference with pacemaker activity by electrical dental devices.
In this paper, we investigate two mechanisms that may help to explain these observations: (1) a high genomic mutation rate to recessive lethal alleles, and (2) selective interference among loci with deleterious recessive mutations under partial selfing.
Selective Interference and the Threshold Selfing Rate for Purging Recessive Lethals
Selective interference among loci with deleterious recessive mutations occurs under partial selfing because inbreeding depression reduces the fitness of viable selfed genotypes at individual loci, decreasing the opportunity for selection produced by self-fertilization.
Because of selective interference among loci, and because partial selfing creates identity disequilibrium (positive associations between homozygous genotypes at different loci, even in the absence of linkage; Haldane 1949; Weir and Cockerham 1973), it is difficult to analyze an exact model of the maintenance of high inbreeding depression by recessive lethal mutations.
It also has some advantages over the Kondrashov model for analyzing selective interference among loci, completely recessive lethals, and parameter variation among loci.
Yener, "Selective interference alignment for MIMO cognitive femtocell networks," IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, vol.
In a recent study, Cadambe and Jafar [7] have shown that a total K/2 degrees of freedom (DoF) is achievable from the perspective of information theory by deploying interference alignment scheme at the transmitters and zero-forcing at the receivers for K-user (K [greater than or equal to] 2) single-input single-output (SISO) frequency selective interference channels.
To overcome these failures needs some per formative and selective interferences. In the first case, the government should support the institution through learning and information.
* Separating selective interferences and compatible with market is almost impossible.
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