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Estimates for very high energy gamma rays from globular cluster pulsars
Low‐Mass X‐ray Binaries (LMXRBs), believed to be the progenitors of recycled millisecond pulsars (MSPs), occur abundantly in globular clusters (GCs). GCs are therefore expected to host large numbers of MSPs. This is also ...
Constraints on the lepton content of PWN from the local CR positron spectrum
Geminga is a nearby pulsar with an age of 3.42×105 yr and a spindown power of 3.2×1034 erg/s at present. B0656+14 has comparable spindown power, with an age of 1.11×105 yr and a distance of 290 pc. The winds of these ...
Search for pulsed VHE gamma-ray emission from young pulsars with H.E.S.S.
We present the results of a search for pulsed very-high-energy (VHE) gamma-ray emission from young pulsars using data taken with the H.E.S.S. imaging atmospheric Cherenkov telescope system. Data on eleven pulsars, selected ...
Improving QoS for real-time multimedia traffic in ad-hoc networks with delay aware multi-path routing
A Mobile Ad-hoc Network (MANET) is a wireless network in which nodes, in the absence of fixed access points, communicate via single or multi-hop paths. Each node in a MANET should thus be able to perform necessary routing ...
Regenerator for Varshamov-tenengolts-like synchronisation error correcting codes
Synchronisation errors, that is, the insertion of additional or deletion of valid symbols, are the most difficult class of errors to correct - containing the class of additive errors as a subset. A regenerating algorithm, ...
Efficient packet erasure decoding by transforming the systematic generator matrix of an RS code
We consider the erasures-only decoding of Reed-Solomon codes. One class of erasure decoders of algebraic codes can be viewed as a transformation of the systematic generator matrix, as first noticed by Berlekamp. We extend ...