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NOLMOSNon-Orthogonal (strictly) Local Molecular Orbitals
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In order to responding to the aforementioned demands, non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) has attracted much attention due to its ability to deal with massive connectivity, high latency, low throughput, and low reliability [5].
However, the enhanced rates of the UL and DL throughputs of the proposed scheme was achieved at the expense of a more pilot sequence requirement for channel state information estimation as a tradeoff with resources for data transmission within the coherence interval in comparison to conventional methods and also the scheme is still based on full pilot sequence initialization and reuse of non-orthogonal pilot sequence in different cells in a multi-cell scenario which is the major source of PC.
Vincent Poor, "Application of Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access in LTE and 5G Networks," IEEE Communications Magazine, vol.
For the PhD category, Prof Abdullah Ambusaidi won under the Education and Human Resources sector for his project titled 'Introducing School Gardens to the Omani Context: A Preliminary Study with Grade 7 Classes', while Dr Imran Baig won under the Information Systems and Communication Technologies sector for his project titled 'A Precoding-Based Multicarrier Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access Scheme for 5G Cellular Networks'.
Choi, Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access in Downlink Coordinated Two-Point Systems," IEEE Commun.
To cope with these demands, non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) scheme is proposed as the 5G radio access technology for the wireless mobile networks to efficiently utilize the bandwidth, support numerous number of users or nodes, provide low-overhead transmission, better user-fairness, enhanced cell-edge throughput, freedom from request-grant scheduling for connection establishment, improved QoS, and enable low-latency communication [4].
The chipset combines DOCOMO's non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) radio access technology and MediaTek's multi-user interference cancellation (MUIC) technology, which is required to achieve NOMA.
The main goal of this paper is to show that one can construct a non-orthogonal basis of the Krylov subspace such that the corresponding Q-OR method yields the same residual norms as GMRES when they are started from the same initial vector (except in case of GMRES stagnation); that is, one can construct what can be considered an optimal Q-OR method.
In 2017, ZTE initiated and played a leading role in the non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) project, a core 5G NR project.
Currently there are a lot of researchers exploring how we can design non-orthogonal multiple access by assigning a lot of IoT users/ devices with different quality of service requirements into the same time slot or frequency channels.
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