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    • Code design and multiuser detection for code division multiple access systems with continuous phase modulation 

      Papasakellariou, Aristides (1996)
      The proliferation of wireless communications services combined with the limited spectrum availability have placed the bandwidth utilization as a major performance measure. Consequently, the bandwidth allocation technique ...
    • Code design for multiple-antenna systems 

      Memarzadeh, Mahsa (2001)
      We propose a systematic method for the design of space-time codes for AWGN slowly and fast Rayleigh fading channels. This can be accomplished by adopting a concatenated space-time code structure, where an orthogonal transmit ...
    • Code Design for Multiple-Antenna Systems 

      Memarzadeh, Mahsa (2001-04-20)
      We propose a systematic method for the design of space-time codes for AWGN slowly and fast Rayleigh fading channels. This can be accomplished by adopting a concatenated space-time code structure, where an orthogonal transmit ...
    • Code design for the relay channel 

      Chakrabarti, Arnab (2007)
      The design of wireless communication networks is based on the premise that networks are collections of reliable point-to-point links between communicating nodes. Such a communication model, although simple, is inefficient ...
    • Code Transformations to Improve Memory Parallelism 

      Pai, Vijay S.; Adve, Sarita V. (1999-11-20)
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    • Code Transformations to Improve Memory Parallelism 

      Pai, Vijay S.; Adve, Sarita V. (2000-05-20)
      Current microprocessors incorporate techniques to exploit instruction-level parallelism (ILP). However, previous work has shown that these ILP techniques are less effective in removing memory stall time than CPU time, ...
    • Coding for Phase Change Memory Performance Optimization 

      Mirhoseini, Azalia (2012-09-05)
      Over the past several decades, memory technologies have exploited continual scaling of CMOS to drastically improve performance and cost. Unfortunately, charge-based memories become unreliable beyond 20 nm feature sizes. ...
    • Coding Theoretic Approach to Image Segmentation 

      Ndili, Unoma (2001-05-20)
      Using a coding theoretic approach, we achieve unsupervised image segmentation by implementing Rissanen's concept of Minimum Description Length for estimating piecewise homogeneous regions in images. MDL offers a mathematical ...
    • Coding Theoretic Approach to Image Segmentation 

      Ndili, Unoma; Nowak, Robert David; Figueiredo, Mario (2001-10-20)
      In this paper, using a coding theoretic approach, we implement Rissanen's concept of minimum description length (MDL) for segmenting an image into piecewise homogeneous regions. Our image model is a Gaussian random field ...
    • Coding-spreading tradeoff for lattice codes 

      Khoshnevis, Ahmad (2001)
      A fixed bandwidth expansion can be achieved either by coding or spreading, while each have different effect on the resultant signal space. Coding increases both Shannon and Fourier bandwidth whereas spreading only increases ...
    • Coding-Spreading Tradeoff for Lattice Codes 

      Khoshnevis, Ahmad (2001-04-20)
      A fixed bandwidth expansion can be achieved either by coding or spreading, while each have different effect on the resultant signal space. Coding increases both Shannon and Fourier bandwidth whereas spreading only increases ...
    • Cofactor engineering for advancing chemical biotechnology 

      Wang, Yipeng; San, Ka-Yiu; Bennett, George N. (2013)
      Cofactors provide redox carriers for biosynthetic reactions, catabolic reactions and act as important agents in transfer of energy for the cell. Recent advances in manipulating cofactors include culture conditions or ...
    • Coherent Fano resonances in a plasmonic nanocluster enhance optical four-wave mixing 

      Zhang, Yu; Wen, Fangfang; Zhen, Yu-Rong; Nordlander, Peter; Halas, Naomi J. (2013)
      Plasmonic nanoclusters, an ordered assembly of coupled metallic nanoparticles, support unique spectral features known as Fano resonances due to the coupling between their subradiant and superradiant plasmon modes. Within ...
    • Coherent Image Processing using Quaternion Wavelets 

      Chan, Wai Lam; Choi, Hyeokho; Baraniuk, Richard G. (2005-08-01)
      We develop a quaternion wavelet transform (QWT) as a new multiscale analysis tool for geometric image features. The QWT is a near shift-invariant, tight frame representation whose coefficients sport a magnitude and three ...
    • Coherent Multiscale Image Processing using Quaternion Wavelets 

      Chan, Wai Lam; Choi, Hyeokho; Baraniuk, Richard G. (2006-10-01)
      The quaternion wavelet transform (QWT) is a new multiscale analysis tool for geometric image features. The QWT is a near shift-invariant tight frame representation whose coefficients sport a magnitude and three phases: ...
    • Coherent multiscale image processing using quaternion wavelets 

      Chan, Wai Lam (2006)
      This thesis develops a quaternion wavelet transform (QWT) as a new multiscale analysis tool for geometric image features. The QWT is a near shift-invariant tight frame representation whose coefficients sport a magnitude ...
    • Collective antenna effects in the terahertz and infrared response of highly aligned carbon nanotube arrays 

      Ren, L.; Zhang, Q.; Pint, C.L.; Wójcik, A.K.; Bunney, M. Jr; Arikawa, T.; Kawayama, I.; Tonouchi, M.; Hauge, R.H.; Belyanin, A.A.; Kono, J. (2013)
      We study macroscopically aligned single-wall carbon nanotube arrays with uniform lengths via polarization-dependent terahertz and infrared transmission spectroscopy. Polarization anisotropy is extreme at frequencies less ...
    • Collective dynamics of processive cytoskeletal motors 

      McLaughlin, R. Tyler; Diehl, Michael R.; Kolomeisky, Anatoly B. (2016)
      Major cellular processes are supported by various biomolecular motors that usually operate together as teams. We present an overview of the collective dynamics of processive cytokeletal motor proteins based on recent ...
    • Colony Expansion of Socially MotileᅠMyxococcus xanthusᅠCells Is Driven by Growth, Motility, and Exopolysaccharide Production 

      Patra, Pintu; Kissoon, Kimberley; Cornejo, Isabel; Kaplan, Heidi B.; Igoshin, Oleg A. (2016)
      Myxococcus xanthus, a model organism for studies of multicellular behavior in bacteria, moves exclusively on solid surfaces using two distinct but coordinated motility mechanisms. One of these, social (S) motility is powered ...
    • Combinatorial Clustering of Residue Position Subsets Predicts Inhibitor Affinity across the Human Kinome 

      Bryant, Drew H.; Moll, Mark; Finn, Paul W.; Kavraki, Lydia E. (2013)
      The protein kinases are a large family of enzymes that play fundamental roles in propagating signals within the cell. Because of the high degree of binding site similarity shared among protein kinases, designing drug ...