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(2003)The second part of this thesis addresses the problem of data acquisition and image reconstruction in datasharing imaging. Specifically, two imaging techniques based on a generalized series (GS) model and a parallel data ...
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(20150121)Conventional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) methods are based on the ShannonNyquist sampling theorem. The number of required Nyquist samples grows exponentially with respect to the underlying physical dimension of the ...
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(20120522)With the increase in the density of interconnects and the complexity of highspeed packages, signal integrity becomes an important aspect in the design of modern devices. Circuit designers are constantly in need of robust ...
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(1998)The analysis of electromagnetic scattering and radiation from quasiplanar structures is a topic of great current interest, owing to the wide range of applications. A host of structures and surfaces are included in the ...
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(20150723)In this thesis, we present a fast multipole algorithm (FMA) for solving a periodic scattering problem using method of moments (MOM). The difference between the standard integral equations (EFIE and MFIE) and the ones used ...
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(200401)3D neuroanatomical images and other volumetric data sets are important in many scientific and biomedical fields. Since such sets may be extremely large, a scalable compression method is critical to store, process and ...
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(20140116)Optimization of highlevel autonomous tasks requires solving the optimal motion planning problem for a mobile robot. For example, to reach the desired destination on time, a selfdriving car must quickly navigate streets ...
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(20130203)Coordination between networks of brain regions is important for optimal cognitive performance, especially in attention demanding tasks. With the eventrelated optical signal (EROS; a measure of changes in optical scattering ...
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(20140116)Optimal power flow OPF plays an important role in power system operation. The emerging smart grid aims to create an automated energy delivery system that enables twoway flows of electricity and information. As a result, ...
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(2003)The O(N/B) parallel compression algorithm estimates the MDL source among all tree sources whose maximal depth is log( N/B). This algorithm can be extended to parallel algorithms that support unbounded context depths. This ...
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(20100401)A robust peakpower reduction technique called active constellation extension (ACE) reduces the peaktoaverage power ratio (PAPR) of singleinput singleoutput (SISO) orthogonal frequencydivision modulated (OFDM) signals ...
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(Coordinated Science Laboratory, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign, 197205)
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(2005)Polarizable force fields are considered to be the single most significant development in the nextgeneration force fields used in biomolecular simulations. The selfconsistent computation of induced atomic dipoles in a ...
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(200505)Polarizable force fields are considered to be the single most significant development in the nextgeneration force fields used in biomolecular simulations. The selfconsistent computation of induced atomic dipoles in a ...
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(2008)Modelbased design has revolutionized workflows in macroscale engineering projects. Digital control facilitates bottomup workflows where hardware, software, and design teams can work independently. These new workflows ...
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Fast Processes in Heme Proteins: Mechanisms of Electron Transfer and Carbon Monoxide Recombination (1997)An in depth study of carbon monoxide recombination to cytochrome P450$\sb{\rm BM{}3}$ has shown that this enzyme undergoes a conformational change upon substrate binding. The dynamics of the active site are probed through ...
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(2005)A new design for the detection of midinfrared and nearinfrared transient spectra is presented. In this setup, timevarying IR spectra with 150 nanoseconds time resolution can be collected in a single sweep up to several ...
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(20100106)Development of nanotechnology had led to novel and advanced methods in various fields of science and engineering, and its influence extended to the progress of water purification process. Development of novel membranes and ...
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