September 2018 Issue
Research Highlights
Recently, dramatic increases in the volume of internet traffic has become a serious problem for routers due to strict demands for high throughput. To make matters worse, it is reported that the total power consumption of network devices is expected to reache several percentage of the total power generated in the world. Hence routers must achieve higher throughput with lower power consumption.
The human body is actuated by many muscles and the central nervous system (CNS) has to control such a redundant system. To simplify the control problem, the CNS controls the muscle synergy that is a functional group of some muscles. The muscle synergy hypothesis has been supported by many studies of electrophysiology and computational neuroscience.
Quaternion neural networks (QNNs) achieve high accuracy in polarimetric synthetic aperture radar classification by working in Poincare-sphere-parameter space.
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