The HQA1K dataset was developed for assessing the quality of Computer Generated Holography (CGH) image renderings based on direct human input.
HQA1K is comprised of 1,000 pairs of natural images matched to simulated CGH renderings of various quality levels. The result is a diverse set of data for evaluating image quality algorithms and models.


This work develops a novel power control framework for energy-efficient powercontrol in wireless networks. The proposed method is a new branch-and-boundprocedure based on problem-specific bounds for energy-efficiency maximizationthat allow for faster convergence. This enables to find the global solution forall of the most common energy-efficient power control problems with acomplexity that, although still exponential in the number of variables, is muchlower than other available global optimization frameworks.


This dataset is associated with the paper entitled "DeepWiPHY: Deep Learning-based Receiver Design and Dataset for IEEE 802.11ax Systems", accepted by IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications. It has synthetic and real-word IEEE 802.11ax OFDM symbols. The synthetic dataset has around 110 million OFDM symbols and the real-world dataset has more than 14 million OFDM symbols. Our comprehensive synthetic dataset has specifically considered typical indoor channel models and RF impairments. The real-world dataset was collected under a wide range of signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) levels and at va


This dataset contains the resuts of an experiment in which an electronic nose implemented with six MOX sensors acquired samples of explosives in raw and combined states.

As for the collection of samples, a random experimentation was carried out in order to avoid that data generates any memory effect that could influence the results. Raw TNT and gunpowder data were taken in amounts of 0.1g to 2g. Soap and toothpaste were also used to be mixed with the explosives. In the end, we took samples of the explosive substances in raw and combined states.