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Saadia Tabassum, Sajjad Hussain and Abdul Ghafoor

References [1] MITOLA, J. III : Cognitive Radio: An Integrated Agent Archi- tecture for Software Defined Radio, Royal Institute of Technol- ogy (KTH), Stockholm, Sweden, May 2000. [2] RAJBANSHI, R.-WYGLINSKI, A. M.-MINDEN, G. J. : An Efficient Implementation of NC-OFDM Transceivers for Cogni- tive Radios, In Proceedings of the First International Conference on Cognitive Radio Oriented Wireless Networks and Communi- cations, Mykonos Island, Greece, June 2006. [3] O’NEILL, R.-LOPES, L. B. : Envelope Variations and

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Dragana Perić and Miroslav Perić

-Complexity Non-Data-Aided Timing Recovery for PAM-based M-ary CPM Receivers, Radioengineering 21 No. 3 (Sep 2012). [9] LOTZE, J.—FAHMY, S. A.—NOGUERA, J.—DOYLE, L. E. : A Model-Based Approach to Cognitive Radio Design, IEEE J. Sel. Areas Commun. 29 No. 2 (Feb 2011). [10] XIONG, F. : Digital Modulation Techniques, Second Edition, Artech House, 2006. [11] CORDESSES, L. : A Direct Digital Synthesis: A Tool for Periodic Wave Generation (Part I)a, IEEE Signal Processing Magazine 21 No. 4 (July 2004), 50–54. [12] CESSNA, R. J.—DONALD, L. M. : Phase

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Ágnes Herczeg-Deli

References Allison, D. 1991. "Textual explicitness and paragmatic inferencing: The case of ‘Hypothetical - Real’ contrasts in written instructional scientific discourse in English." Journal of Pragmatics 15: 373-393. Carston, R. 2002. "Linguistic Meaning, Communicated Meaning and Cognitive Pragmatics." Mind and Language 17 (1&2): 127-148. Carston, R. 2004. "Explicature and Semantics." In Semantics: A Reader , S. Davis & B. Gillon (eds), 817-845. Oxford: Oxford University Press

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Mirosław Magnuski, Maciej Surma and Dariusz Wójcik

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Evaldas Stankevičius and Šarūnas Oberauskas

using cognitive base-stations for UMTS Lte,” IEEE Communications Magazine, Volume 49, Issue 8, IEEE, 2011, pp. 152-159. [5] X. Hognian, S. Hakola “The investigation of power control schemes for a device-to-device communication integrated into Ofdma cellular system,” in 2010 IEEE 21st International Symposium on Personal Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications, 2010, pp. 1775-1780. [6] C.U. Castellanos et al. “Performance of Uplink Fractional Power Control in UTRAN LTE,” in 2008 Vehicular Technology Conference, 2008, pp. 2517-2521. [7] R. Love et al. “Downlink

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Elżbieta Górska

transcript of Reith Lectures 2006 , available at MED 2002 Macmillan English dictionary for advanced learners. (1 st edition.) 2002. Oxford: Macmillan Publishers Limited. Allwood, Jens 2003 "Meaning potential and context: Some consequences for the analysis of variation in meaning", in: Hubert Cuyckens - René Dirven - John R. Taylor (eds.), 29-65. Barcelona, Antonio (ed.) 2000 Metaphor and metonymy at the crossroads. A cognitive

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Martin Popević, Gordana Kisić, Milenko Đukić and Petar Bulat

Work Ability Assessment in a Patient with Wilson's Disease

Wilson's disease (WD) is a rare, progressive autosomal recessive disorder characterised by impaired transport and excessive accumulation of copper in the liver, brain, and other tissues. The disease is diagnosed based on clinical manifestations and screening tests results. Work ability assessment of patients with WD is based on the analysis of liver, kidney, neurological, and cognitive impairments, and takes into account patient's level of education.

This article presents a case with a 48-year-old male patient, who was admitted for work ability assessment due to polymorphic symptoms. The patient had been working as a salesman for 28 years. A detailed interview and examination by occupational health and other medical specialists revealed that the patient had been suffering from Wilson's disease from the age of 13, and had now developed hepatic manifestations (compensated liver cirrhosis with portal hypertension), neurological manifestations (dystonia, dysarthria, muscle weakness, vertigo), and psychiatric manifestations (depression, insomnia, cognitive impairment) of the disease, including problems partially caused by long-lasting treatment with copper chelating agents (neurological and haematological manifestations). There were no ocular manifestations of Wilson's disease (Kayser-Fleischer rings or sunflower cataract).

The patient was assessed as having drastically diminished general work ability, dominantly due to neurological and psychiatric impairments caused by Wilson's disease.

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Sanjay Supe

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Sarah Imam and Ahmed El-Mahdy

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Nandhakumar Pandi and Mohsin Nargund

8. REFERENCES [1] Kumar. A, Gupta. M, A review on activities of fifth generation mobile communication system, Alexandria Engineering Journal, Elsevier: pp-1-11, Feb 2017, DOI: . [2] Kumar. A, Gupta. M, Design, comparative study and analysis of CDMA for different modulation techniques, Egyptian Informatics Journal, Elsevier: 16(3), pp. 351-365, 2015. DOI: . [3] Pandi. N, Kumar. A, A Review on Cognitive Radio for Next Generation Cellular Network and its