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Liu, Jun
University of North Dakota
Grand Forks, North Dakota
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  Partial interconnection and observer-based dead-beat control of two-dimensional behaviors
Bisiacco M., Valcher M.  Multidimensional Systems and Signal Processing 26(2): 459-479, 2015. Type: Article

The zero-time-controllability of an observer-based deadbeat controller (DBC) is described in this paper. Deadbeat control is a typical example of linear control strategies in discrete-time systems. The standard objective of deadbeat control is to ...

May 18 2016  
  A loss aware scalable topology for photonic on chip interconnection networks
Reza A., Sarbazi-Azad H., Khademzadeh A., Shabani H., Niazmand B.  The Journal of Supercomputing 68(1): 106-135, 2014. Type: Article

A cycle-accurate simulation environment for evaluating the topologies aiming to reduce insertion loss in photonic networks is introduced in this paper. The paper considers the D-Mesh topology, which is designed based on space routing in on-chip ph...

Nov 13 2015  
  Design of 4-disjoint gamma interconnection network layouts and reliability analysis of gamma interconnection networks
Rajkumar S., Goyal N.  The Journal of Supercomputing 69(1): 468-491, 2014. Type: Article

Two designs of 4-disjoint gamma interconnection networks for reliable data communication in a tightly coupled, large-scale, multiprocessor system are described in this paper. These two designs provide four disjoint paths for each source-destinatio...

Jun 10 2015  
  Reconfigurable networks-on-chip
Chen S., Lan Y., Tsai W., Hu Y.,  Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated, New York, NY, 2011. 216 pp. Type: Book (978-1-441993-40-3)

As the density of very large-scale integration (VLSI) increases, on-chip communications are required to accommodate the data exchange between heterogeneous functional elements on a single die. Traditional bus-based communication schemes cannot kee...

Jul 24 2012  
  Measuring risk and utility of anonymized data using information theory
Domingo-Ferrer J., Rebollo-Monedero D.  EDBT/ICDT 2009 (Proceedings of the 2009 EDBT/ICDT Workshops, Saint-Petersburg, Russia,  Mar 22, 2009) 126-130, 2009. Type: Proceedings

The creation of a mathematical framework for evaluating the utility and the risks of disclosure when anonymizing data is the goal of this paper. A balance between information loss and the risk of disclosure needs to be maintained....

May 3 2010  
   Linear feedback control: analysis and design with MATLAB (Advances in Design and Control)
Xue D., Chen Y., Atherton D.,  Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Philadelphia, PA, 2008. 370 pp. Type: Book (9780898716382)

Feedback control is a classic technique for modeling a closed-loop controller in a dynamic system. The output of the system is fed back as a reference value through a sensor measurement. Guided by the difference between the reference and the outpu...

Aug 8 2008  
  Timing optimization in logic with interconnect
Morgenshtein A., Friedman E., Ginosar R., Kolodny A.  System level interconnect prediction (Proceedings of the Tenth International Workshop on System Level Interconnect Prediction, Newcastle, United Kingdom,  Apr 5-8, 2008) 19-26, 2008. Type: Proceedings

The general timing optimization problem can be defined as reducing the delay of a logic path propagating over a distance between two points, while performing a logical function. This paper discusses the timing optimization in logic paths with wire...

Jun 11 2008  
  Large-scale kernel machines (Neural Information Processing)
Bottou L., Chapelle O., DeCoste D., Weston J.,  The MIT Press, 2007. 416 pp. Type: Book (9780262026253)

Kernel-based techniques represent a major development in machine learning algorithms. These techniques include support vector machines (SVM), Bayes point machines, kernel principal component analysis, and Gaussian processes. SVMs are a set of supe...

Apr 10 2008  
  Precise automatable analytical modeling of the cache behavior of codes with indirections
Andrade D., Fraguela B., Doallo R.  ACM Transactions on Architecture and Code Optimization 4(3): 16-es, 2007. Type: Article

The modeling of cache performance and the prediction of cache miss probability are difficult problems. Modeling the cache performance by trace-driven simulations has been widely studied in the past. However, the validity of these studies is hardwa...

Nov 28 2007  
  A different approach to finding the capacity of a Gaussian vector channel
Tsybakov B.  Problems of Information Transmission 42(3): 183-196, 2006. Type: Article

The capacity of a Gaussian multiple-input, multiple-output vector channel is considered in this paper. The problem of finding the capacity of a Gaussian channel has been previously studied; however, this paper follows a different approach to find ...

Oct 15 2007  
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