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Former M.Sc. Students — MS Theses Supervised

  1. N. Gatsis, "Utility-Based Power Control for Cooperative Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks," July 2010.
  2. H. Zhu, "Distributed Tracking, Decoding,and Demodulation Using Wireless Sensor Networks," November 2009.
  3. J.-A. Bazerque, "Distributed Sensing and Resource Allocation for Cognitive Radio Networks," August 2009.
  4. G. Mateos, "Distributed Adaptive Estimation and Tracking using Ad Hoc Wireless Sensor Networks," July 2009.
  5. I. D. Schizas, "Channel-Aware Distributed Estimation and Dimensionality Reduction using Wireless Sensor Networks," February 2007.
  6. S. Farahmand, "Low-Complexity Synchronization and Demodulation Algorithms for Ultra-Wideband Impulse Radios," May 2006.
  7. T. Wang, "Wireless Cooperative Communications and Networking: Performance and Protocols," January 2006.
  8. A. Ribeiro, "Distributed Quantization-Estimation for Wireless Sensor Networks," August 2005.
  9. B. Lu, "Block Differential Encoding for Rapidly Fading Channels," Fall 2002.
  10. N. Bapat, "Turbo-Decoding of Coded-Precoded OFDM," Fall 2002.
  1. L. Yang, "Multi-Access Algorithms for Ultra-Wideband Communications," Fall 2001.
  2. P. Anghel, "Generalized Multi­carrier Transmissions and RAKE Receivers for CDMA in Unknown Multipath," Spring 2000.
  3. A. Kambanellas, "All-Digital Modulo Pre-Equalizer of Nonlinear Communication Channels," January 1999.
  4. W. Tang, "Redundant Filterbank Precoders and Decision-Feedback Equalizers for Block Transmission Systems," January 1999.
  5. Y. Lin, "Globally Convergent Constant-Modulus Blind Equalization of Redundant Block Transmissions," January 1999.
  6. Z. Wang, "Multirate Transceivers for Block wireless Transmissions and Multicarrier CDMA Irrespective of Unknown Multipath Channels," December 1998.
  7. C. Tepedelenlioglu, "Diversity techniques for self-recovering equalization of mobile communication channels," October 1997.
  8. R. W. Heath Jr., "Mitigating channel distortions in wireless orthogonal frequency division multiplexing communication systems," August 1997. Now a phd student at Stanford Univ.
  1. C. Malek, "Topics in chaos and fractal signal processing," May 1993.
  2. G. Zhou, "Amplitude modulated time series, higher-order statistics, and cyclostationarity," December 1992.
  3. C. Grobmyer, "Adaptive phase correction of one-sided asymmetric interferograms," May 1992.
  4. A. Delopoulos, "Estimation of autocorrelation and spectra using cumulants and polyspectra: non-parametric and parametric adaptive approaches," May 1990. Now with the Dept. of Electrical Engr., Ntl. Tech. Univ. of Athens, Greece (Research Associate).
  5. M. Rangoussi, "Signal reconstruction algorithms and the use of inverse higher-order statistics," May 1990. Now with the Dept. of Electrical Engr., Ntl. Tech. Univ. of Athens, Greece (Research Associate).
  6. M. Tsatsanis, "Detection, estimation and classification using matched filtering and higher-order statistics," April 1990. Received the Best Graduate Engineering Thesis Award (NEC Award), University of Virginia, 1990.
  7. A. Dandawate, "Noise cancelers using higher-order statistics with application to speech enhancement," October 1989.
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