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Distance-1 constrained channel assignment in single radio wireless mesh networks
This thesis addresses channel assignment and random medium access design for single-radio multi-channel mesh networks. Two prior approaches include: (i) designing MAC protocols that dynamically select channels based on ...
The use of data topology in unsupervised clustering of high-dimensional data with self -organizing maps
High-dimensional data is increasingly becoming common because of its rich information content that can provide comprehensive characterization of objects (patterns) in real world situations. Unsupervised clustering aims to ...
Logic design for reliability
Reliability of logic circuits is emerging as an important concern that may limit the benefits of continued scaling of process technology and the emergence of future technology alternatives. Scaling of CMOS devices below ...
On the capacity of multihop wireless networks: Fundamental limitations and efficient algorithms
Wireless networks are rapidly becoming a major component of the modern communications infrastructure competing with wireline networking. The and of this thesis is to study the capacity, fundamental limitations, and the ...
Passivity preserving model reduction in the context of spectral zero interpolation
This thesis presents a new passivity preserving model reduction method for circuit simulation, based on interpolation of dominant spectral zeros. Implemented as an eigenvalue approximation problem, the dominant spectral ...