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Adaptively Secure Primitives in the Random Oracle Model
Adaptive security embodies one of the strongest notions of security that allows an adversary to corrupt parties at any point during protocol execution and gain access to its internal state. Since it models reallife situations ... 
Addressing Energy and Performance Related Challenges in Networked Embedded Systems
Networked Embedded Systems comprise of spatially and functionally distributed nodes that are interconnected with one another and with the environment to achieve certain goals. The nodes are connected to one another through ... 
Addressing the Performance and Reliability Bottlenecks in 2D Transition Metal Dichalcogenide (TMD) Based Transistor Technology
In this thesis, we presented different contributions towards the development of 2D material technology. Firstly the realization of desired dimensions over singlecrystal highquality MoS2 material through dry etching ... 
Adjacent Independent Row (Air) Matrices and Index Coding
An index coding problem, comprises a transmitter that has a set of independent messages and a set of receivers. Each receiver knows a subset of messages, called its sideinformation, and demands another subset of messages, ... 
AlGaN/GaN Heterojunction Based Hall Sensors for Magnetic Field Sensing over Wide Temperature Range
Hall sensor has proved to be an attractive solution for sensing requirements in electric machines for direct measurement of fields or indirect estimation of physical quantities such as current, speed and torque. Current ... 
Algebraic Techniques for Error Correction in Random Networks
Abstract The transmission of data in the presence of errors and erasures over random networks, in situations where there is only partial information regarding the underlying network topology, has been interpreted in ... 
Algorithm And Architecture Design for Realtime Face Recognition
(20171031)Face recognition is a field of biometrics that deals with identification of subjects based on features present in the images of their faces. The factors that make face recognition popular and favorite as compared to other ... 
AlgorithmArchitecture CoDesign for Dense Linear Algebra Computations
(20180813)Achieving high computation efficiency, in terms of Cycles per Instruction (CPI), for highperformance computing kernels is an interesting and challenging research area. Dense Linear Algebra (DLA) computation is a representative ... 
Algorithmic and Combinatorial Questions on Some Geometric Problems on Graphs
(20180508)This thesis mainly focuses on algorithmic and combinatorial questions related to some geometric problems on graphs. In the last part of this thesis, a graph coloring problem is also discussed. Boxicity and Cubicity: These ... 
An Algorithmic Approach To Some Matrix Equivalence Problems
(20100609)The analysis of similarity of matrices over fields, as well as integral domains which are not fields, is a classical problem in Linear Algebra and has received considerable attention. A related problem is that of simultaneous ... 
An Algorithmic Characterization Of Polynomial Functions Over Zpn
(20140704)The problem of polynomial representability of functions is central to many branches of mathematics. If the underlying set is a finite field, every function can be represented as a polynomial. In this thesis we consider ... 
Algorithmic Problems on Vertex Deletion and Graph Coloring
In the thesis, we mainly discuss variants of two wellstudied graph theoretical problems  vertex deletion problem and graph coloring problem  both have been used to tackle many realworld problems in diverse fields. Vertex ... 
Algorithms And Models For Debugging Distributed Programs
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Algorithms and Testbed for Synchronous Generator Parameter Estimation
The development of dynamic power system component models became increasingly important in the modern grids dominated by high penetration of renewables because of the increased dependency of planning and operational decisions ... 
Algorithms for Achieving Fairness and Efficiency in Matching Problems
Matching problems arise in numerous practical settings. Fairness and efficiency are two desirable properties in most such real world scenarios. This dissertation work presents new approaches and models for capturing and ... 
Algorithms for Adjusted Load Flow Solutions using the Complementarity Principle
The state of a given power system i.e. voltage magnitudes and angles at all the buses can be computed using the NewtonRaphson Load Flow (NRLF) method when active power and reactive power loads are specified at all the ... 
Algorithms for Challenges to Practical Reinforcement Learning
Reinforcement learning (RL) in real world applications faces major hurdles  the foremost being safety of the physical system controlled by the learning agent and the varying environment conditions in which the autonomous ... 
Algorithms For Efficient Implementation Of Secure Group Communication Systems
(20071023)A distributed application may be considered as a set of nodes which are spread across the network, and need to communicate with each other. The design and implementation of these distributed applications is greatly simplified ... 
Algorithms for Fair Clustering
Many decisions today are taken by various machine learning algorithms, hence it is crucial to accommodate fairness in such algorithms to remove/reduce any kind of bias in the decision. We incorporate fairness in the ... 
Algorithms for Fair Decision Making: Provable Guarantees and Applications
The topic of fair allocation of indivisible items has received significant attention because of its applicability in several realworld settings. This has led to a vast body of work focusing on defining appropriate fairness ...