MUD

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MUDMulti-User Dungeon (gaming)
MUDMulti-User Dungeon
MUDMunicipal Utility District
MUDMoose Utility Division
MUDMake Up Designory (trade school; various locations)
MUDMulti User Detection
MUDMulti User Dungeon
MUDMulti User Domain
MUDMulti User Adventure
MUDMulti User Dimensions
MUDMulti-User Dimension
MUDMatched Unrelated Donor (stem cell transplantation)
MUDMulti-User Domain
MUDMiddle Up Down (bridge game)
MUDMetropolitan Utilities District
MUDMultiuser Detection
MUDMaster of Urban Design
MUDMultiple User Dialogue
MUDMaster Unit Die
MUDMulti-User Detector (communications)
MUDMade Up Drama
MUDMesa de Unión Democrática (Spanish: Table Democratic Union)
MUDManagement of Uncertain Data (workshop)
MUDModello unico di Dichiarazione Ambiente (Italian: Unique Environment Statement Pattern)
MUDMaster User Domain
MUDMarrow Unrelated Donor
MUDMultiple Unit Discount
References in periodicals archive ?
This shows that the hybrid multiuser detection can suppress multiaccess interference.
In this paper, a new MAI suppression mechanism is proposed for multiuser detection of DS-UWB system.
Bhargava, "Frequency-domain turbo equalization and multiuser detection for DS-UWB systems," IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, vol.
A particle Swarm Optimization-Based Multiuser Detection for Receiver-Diversity-Aid STBC Systems", IEEE Signal Processing Letters, 15: 29-32.
Blind Multiuser Detection in Frequency domain for MC-CDMA system using Particle Swarm Optimization", Springer, Wireless Personal Communication, 54: 447-466.
Turbo Multiuser detection based on local search algorithms", Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Communication, pp: 5987-5992.
Verdu, Multiuser Detection, Cambridge University Press, New York, 1998.
Tang, "A hybrid multiuser detection algorithm for outer space DS-UWB ad-hoc network with strong narrowband interference," KSII Transactions on Internet and Information Systems, vol.
In 1986, Verdu first proposed the algorithm of the optimum multiuser detection (OMD) based on maximum likelihood sequence detection (MLSD) [12].
To sum up, the proposed approach can make the multiuser detection with 4 steps.