Volume 4, Issue 4 is Now Out

Volume 4, Issue 4 just came out. Below is a list of articles. Be sure to check them out if you find any of the topics interesting!

FEATURES

On Flow-Induced Diffusive Mobile Molecular Communication: First Hitting Time and Performance Analysis (N. Varshney, W. Haselmayr, W. Guo)

Energy Efficient Nano-Node Association and Resource Allocation for Hierarchical Nano-Communication Networks (L. Feng, Q. Yang, D. Park, K. S. Kwak)

Neuronal Synchronization Can Control the Energy Efficiency of Inter-Spike Interval Coding (S. Ghavami, V. Rahmati, F. Lahouti, L. Schwabe)

Performance Analysis of Diffusive Mobile Multiuser Molecular Communication With Drift (Z. Cheng, Y. Zhang, M. Xia)

Uncertainty Quantification in Molecular Signals Using Polynomial Chaos Expansion (M. Abbaszadeh, G. Moutsinas, P. Thomas, W. Guo)

LETTERS

Molecular Information Delivery in Porous Media (Y. Fang, W. Guo, M. Icardi, A. Noel, N. Yang)

Volume 4, Issue 3 is now out

Volume 4, Issue 3 just came out. Below is a list of articles. Be sure to check them out if you find any of the topics interesting!

FEATURES

Inferring Genome-Wide Interaction Networks Using the Phi-Mixing Coefficient, and Applications to Lung and Breast
Cancer (Invited; N. Singh, M. E. Ahsen, N. Challapalli, H.-S. Kim, M. A. White, and M. Vidyasagar)

Receiver Techniques for Diffusion-Based Molecular Nano Communications Using an Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy-Based
Multivariate Polynomial Approximation (G. H. Alshammri, W. K. M. Ahmed, and V. B. Lawrence)

High Speed Chemical Vapor Communication Using Photoionization Detectors in Turbulent Flow (M. Ozmen, E. Kennedy, J. Rose, P. Shakya, J. K. Rosenstein, and C. Rose)

Diffusive Molecular Communications With Reactive Molecules: Channel Modeling and Signal Design (V. Jamali, N. Farsad, R. Schober, and A. Goldsmith)

LETTERS

Abnormality Detection Inside Blood Vessels With Mobile Nanomachines (N. Varshney, A. Patel, Y. Deng, W. Haselmayr, P. K. Varshney, and A. Nallanathan)

Volume 4, Issue 2 is now out

Volume 4, Issue 2 came out earlier this month. Below is a list of articles. Be sure to check them out if you find any of the topics interesting!

FEATURES

Optimal Detection for One-Shot Transmission Over Diffusion-Based Molecular Timing Channels (Y. Murin, N. Farsad, M. Chowdhury, and A. Goldsmith)

Diffusion-Based Molecular Communication With Limited Molecule Production Rate (H. G. Bafghi, A. Gohari, M. Mirmohseni, G. Aminian, and M. Nasiri-Kenari)

Design of Robust and Efficient Topology Using Enhanced Gene Regulatory Networks (S. Roy, V. K. Shah, and S. K. Das)

Capacity Limits of Diffusion-Based Molecular Timing Channels With Finite Particle Lifetime (N. Farsad, Y. Murin, A. W. Eckford, and A. Goldsmith)

3-D Diffusive-Drift Molecular Channel Characterization for Active and Passive Receivers (Ankit and M. R. Bhatnagar)

LETTERS

Impulse Response of the Molecular Diffusion Channel With a Spherical Absorbing Receiver and a Spherical Reflective Boundary (F. Dinç, B. C. Akdeniz, A. E. Pusane, and T. Tugcu)

Volume 4, Issue 1 is now out

Volume 4, Issue 1 came out late last month. Below is a list of articles, plus a farewell editorial from our outgoing Editor-in-Chief, Urbashi Mitra. Be sure to check them out if you find any of the topics interesting!

FEATURES

The Relationship of Discrete DCM and Directed Information in fMRI-Based Causality Analysis (Z. Wang, Y. Liang, D. C. Zhu, and T. Li)

Exploiting Diversity in One-Shot Molecular Timing Channels via Order Statistics (Y. Murin, N. Farsad, M. Chowdhury, and A. Goldsmith)

The Channel Capacity of Channelrhodopsin and Other Intensity-Driven Signal Transduction Receptors (A. W. Eckford and P. J. Thomas)

LETTERS

Toward High Capacity Molecular Communications Using Sequential Vortex Rings (M. Abbaszadeh, P. J. Thomas, and W. Guo)

Shannon Special Issue – Part 1 is on IEEE Xplore

IEEE Transactions on Molecular, Biological, and Multi-Scale Communications is proud to announce that our Special Issue on Biological Applications of Information Theory in Honor of Claude Shannon’s Centennial—Part 1 is now live on IEEE Xplore.

 

Within the issue, you’ll find the following 8 papers:

 

Mechanisms of information filtering in neural systems (Invited Paper; Linder)

Noise Filtering and Prediction in Biological Signaling Networks (Invited Paper; Hathcock, Sheehy, Weisenberger, Ilker, and Hinczewski)

The Use of Rate Distortion Theory to Evaluate Biological Signaling Pathways (Invited Paper; Iglesias)

Nonlinear Stochastic Dynamics of Complex Systems, III: Noneqilibrium Thermodynamics of Self-Replication Kinetics  (Saakian and Qian)

Inferring Biological Networks by Sparse Identification of Nonlinear Dynamics  (Mangan, Brunton, Proctor and Kutz)

Info-Clustering: A Mathematical Theory for Data Clustering  (Chan, Al-Bashabsheh, Kaced, Zhou and Liu)

Fundamental Bounds for Sequence Reconstruction from Nanopore Sequencers (Magner, Duda, Szpankowski and Grama)

Inference of Causal Information Flow in Collective Animal Behavior (Lord, Sun, Ouellette and Bollt)

 
 

Special Issue Guest Editors

 

Prof. Alexander G. Dimitrov
Department of Mathematics and Statistics                                             
Department of Integrative Physiology and Neuroscience
Washington State University, Vancouver, Washington, USA               

 

Prof. Faramarz Fekri
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
 
Prof. Aurel Lazar
Department of Electrical Engineering
Columbia University, New York, New York, USA
 
Prof. Stefan M. Moser
Signal and Information Processing Lab (ISI)
ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
National Chiao Tung University (NCTU), Hsinchu, Taiwan
 
Prof. Peter J. Thomas*
Department of Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, and Statistics
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Department of Biology
Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
 
*corresponding guest editor


 
 
Stay tuned! The Special Issue on Biological Applications of Information Theory in Honor of Claude Shannon’s Centennial—Part 2 is forthcoming.