Browse Dissertations and Theses - Electrical and Computer Engineering by Contributor "Singer, Andrew C."

  • Guan, Karen (2012-05-22)
    This dissertation addresses an alternative sampling method called level-crossing (LC). In recent years LC has emerged as an alternative to the traditional Nyquist-Shannon based sampling. While the conventional approach ...

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  • Donmez, Mehmet Ali (2017-12-03)
    We investigate robustness and reliability in decision-making systems and algorithms based on the tradeoff between cost and performance. We propose two abstract frameworks to investigate robustness and reliability concerns, ...

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  • Kim, Eric (2015-01-21)
    Machine learning (ML) based inference has recently gained importance as a key kernel in processing massive data in digital signal processing (DSP) systems. Due to the ever increasing complexity of DSP systems, energy-efficient ...

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  • Corey, Ryan (2015-01-21)
    We describe a novel statistical inference approach to data conversion for mixed-signal interfaces. We propose a data conversion architecture in which a signal is observed by a set of sensors with uncertain parameters, such ...

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  • Sen Gupta, Ananya (2006)
    Multi-user detection focuses on the problem of demodulating the information symbols of multiple users sharing a common communication medium, e.g., a wireless communication system. An extensive literature currently exists ...

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  • Lakshmi Narasimha, Rajan (2011-08-25)
    Today's high-speed I/O links operate under stringent specifications: few tens of Gb/s data rates over 20 inches of copper trace, power efficiencies of the order of 10-to-30 mW/Gb/s and a bit error-rate (BER) target of ...

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