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(SCIRP: http://www.scirp.org) is an academic publisher of open access journals. It also publishes academic books and conference proceedings. SCIRP currently has more than 200 open access journals in the areas of science, technology and medicine. Readers can download papers for free and enjoy reuse rights based on a Creative Commons license. Authors hold copyright with no restrictions. SCIRP calculates different metrics on article and journal level. Citations of published papers are shown based on Google Scholar and CrossRef. Most of our journals have been indexed by several world class databases. All papers are archived by PORTICO to guarantee their availability for centuries to come.

Performance Analysis of Dynamic Threshold Estimation Techniques Based on the One-Tier Cognitive Radio Network

Authors: Aditi Gupta, Adeiza James Onumanyi ABSTRACT Cognitive Radios (CRs) use dynamic threshold estimation (DTE) techniques to better detect primary user signals under noise uncertainty regimes. However, DTE techniques have rarely been compared before, particularly under the one tier CR … Continue reading

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Vertically-Suspended Environmental Enrichment Alters the Velocity Profiles of Circular Fish Rearing Tanks

Authors: Alissa M. Muggli, Joseph M. Barnes, Michael E. Barnes ABSTRACT The inclusion of vertically-suspended environmental enrichment in circular tanks has produced substantial benefits during fish rearing. This study examined the tank water velocity profiles of four different vertically-suspended structures … Continue reading

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Determination of Copper Price Expectations in the International Market: Some Important Variables

Authors: Andre Assis de Salles*orcid, Raphael Sebastian Magrath, Matheus Manzani Malheiros ABSTRACT The purpose of this work is to identify variables that are relevant to the copper price setting in the international market. Thus statistical hypothesis tests and statistical tools … Continue reading

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