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    • Capacity analysis of aerial small cells 

      Pokkunuru, Akarsh; Zhang, Qin; Wang, Pu (IEEE, 2017)
      Providing high-speed communication for mobile users in remote geographic areas or after a disaster occurs is not only critical but also challenging. To counter such challenge, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have been ...
    • Capacity of a modulo-sum arbitrary SISO relay network 

      Sagar, Youvaraj T.; Yang, Jie; Kwon, Hyuck M. (IEEE, 2012-05)
      This paper shows how to obtain the capacity of modular additive noise of an arbitrary single-input-single-output (SISO) relay network. The arbitrary SISO relay network is a network where the relays are interconnected with ...
    • A cascade control for Sander automation system 

      Chen, Zheng; Naizer, Brent (IEEE, 2015)
      Hydraulic fracturing is one of the key technologies that are currently used for shale oil and gas production. Sander is the equipment that delivers various types of sand with desired sand rate demand and dumps the sand to ...
    • Cascading failure attacks in the power system: a stochastic game perspective 

      Liao, Weixian; Salinas Monroy, Sergio A.; Li, Mingyang; Li, Pan; Loparo, Kenneth A. (IEEE, 2017-12)
      Electric power systems are critical infrastructure and are vulnerable to contingencies including natural disasters, system errors, malicious attacks, etc. These contingencies can affect the world's economy and cause great ...
    • Case study of microgrid for electrification and its benefits in rural Nepal 

      Basnet, Saurav Man Singh; Aburub, Haneen Mohammad Dawoud; Jewell, Ward T.; Poudel, Amir (IEEE, 2015)
      This paper describes a microgrid for electrification of an isolated rural village in Nepal. Photovoltaic and various storage systems were modeled to find the optimal design. The economic and environmental impacts are also studied.
    • Centralized two-way AF MIMO multiple dispersed relay network 

      Lee, Kanghee; Yang, Jie; Kwon, Hyuck M.; Park, Hyuncheol; Lee, Yong H. (IEEE, 2015-05-12)
      This paper considers a two-way amplify-and-forward (AF) multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) relay network consisting of two sources (each with multiple antennas) and multiple physically dispersed single-antenna relays. ...
    • Channel capacities of parallel and serial modulo-sum relay networks 

      Sagar, Youvaraj T.; Yang, Jie; Kwon, Hyuck M. (IEEE, 2011-07-31)
      This paper presents channel capacities of parallel and serial modulo-sum relay networks. A parallel relay network consists of one source, multiple relays in parallel, and one destination node. A serial relay network consists ...
    • Channel Modeling of MI Underwater Communication using Tri-directional Coil Antenna 

      Guo, Hongzhi; Sun, Zhi; Wang, Pu (IEEE, 2015)
      While underwater wireless communications have been investigated and implemented for decades, existing solutions still have difficulties in establishing reliable and low-delay wireless underwater links among small-size ...
    • Cityguide: a seamless indoor-outdoor wayfinding system for people with vision impairments 

      Cheraghi, Seyed Ali; Namboodiri, Vinod; Arsal, Güler (IEEE, 2021-05-25)
      GPS accuracy is poor in indoor environments and around buildings. Thus, reading and following signs still remains the most common mechanism for providing and receiving wayfinding information in such spaces. This puts ...
    • Closed form of optimum cooperative distributed relay amplifying matrix 

      Lee, Kanghee; Yang, Jie; Kwon, Hyuck M.; Park, Hyuncheol; Lee, Yong H. (IEEE, 2014-05)
      This paper presents a closed form of an optimal cooperative amplify-and-forward (AF) relay amplifying matrix for a distributed relay network of M-source-M-destination pairs and N relays, called a cooperative distributed ...
    • Collision avoidance by IPMC actuated robotic fish using the Collision Cone Approach 

      Sunkara, Vishwamithra Reddy; Ye, Zhihang; Chakravarthy, Animesh; Chen, Zheng (IEEE, 2016)
      This paper addresses the problem of collision avoidance by robotic fish that have one caudal and two pectoral fins, all driven by Ionic Polymer-Metal Composite (IPMC) actuators, which are often called artificial muscles. ...
    • Collision avoidance laws for objects with arbitrary shapes 

      Sunkara, Vishwamithra Reddy; Chakravarthy, Animesh (IEEE, 2016-12)
      In the collision avoidance problem, it is a common practice to approximate the shapes of the robots and obstacles by circles or spheres. However, such approximations can be overly conservative when the objects are more ...
    • Collision cones for quadric surfaces 

      Chakravarthy, Animesh; Ghose, Debasish (IEEE, 2011-12)
      The problem of collision prediction in dynamic environments appears in several diverse fields, which include robotics, air vehicles, underwater vehicles, and computer animation. In this paper, collision prediction of objects ...
    • Comments on "Distributed MMSE Relay Strategies for Wireless Sensor Networks" 

      Lee, Kanghee; Yang, Jie; Kwon, Hyuck M. (IEEE, 2014-07-15)
      Correction of a typographical error found in equation in the article “Distributed MMSE Relay Strategies for Wireless Sensor Networks.”
    • Communication on the move with satellite digital beamforming 

      Goswami, Madhuprana; Kwon, Hyuck M.; Pham, Khanh D.; Lyke, James; Thinh, Nguyen (IEEE, 2017)
      The main objective of this paper is to develop an efficient satellite digital beam-forming (BF) method that can provide user specific desirable signal-to-interference-plus-noise ratio (SINR) or data rate for each user in ...
    • Comparative study of task allocation strategies in multirobot systems 

      Hatime, Hicham; Pendse, Ravi; Watkins, John Michael (IEEE-INST Electrical Electronics Engineers Inc, 2013-01)
      In this paper, we present a comparative study of three distributed strategies for task allocation in a multirobot system. The objective is to determine the course of action for each robot and the targets it needs to service. ...
    • A comparative study on handcrafted features v/s deep features for open-set fingerprint liveness detection 

      Agarwal, Shivang; Rattani, Ajita; Chowdary, C. Ravindranath (Elsevier, 2021-07)
      A fingerprint liveness detector is a pattern classifier that is used to distinguish a live finger from a fake (spoof) one in the context of an automated fingerprint recognition system. As liveness detectors or presentation ...
    • Comparing and combining evolutionary couplings from interactions and commits 

      Bantelay, Fasil T.; Zanjani, Motahareh Bahrami; Kagdi, Huzefa Hatimbhai (IEEE, 2013)
      The paper presents an approach to mine evolutionary couplings from a combination of interaction (e.g., Mylyn) and commit (e.g., CVS) histories. These evolutionary couplings are expressed at the file and method levels of ...
    • Comparison of machine learning and deep learning models for network intrusion detection systems 

      Thapa, Niraj; Liu, Zhipeng; KC, Dukka B.; Gokaraju, Balakrishna; Roy, Kaushik (MDPI AG, 2020-09-30)
      The development of robust anomaly-based network detection systems, which are preferred over static signal-based network intrusion, is vital for cybersecurity. The development of a flexible and dynamic security system is ...
    • Comparison of MPPT techniques for SEPIC converter based photovoltaic system 

      Renduchintala, Uday Kishan; Pang, Chengzong; Maddukuri, Satya Veera Pavan Kumar; Tatikonda, Krishna Mohan (IEEE, 2016)
      In the near future solar energy will be the primary energy source. More than 45% of required energy in the world will be generated by photovoltaic arrays. Therefore it is imperative to have focus on reduction of costs as ...