Browsing Division of Electrical, Electronics, and Computer Science (EECS) by thesis submitted date"2008"
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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 ... 
Analytical And Numerical Study Of Propagation In Optical Waveguides And Devices In Linear And Nonlinear Domains
(20100723)The objective of this thesis is to study of optical effects, arising in the form of nonuniform waveguide structure, complicated refractive index profiles or due to pulse propagation in dense wavelength division multiplexing ... 
Boxicity, Cubicity And Vertex Cover
(20100928)The boxicity of a graph G, denoted as box(G), is the minimum dimension d for which each vertex of G can be mapped to a ddimensional axisparallel box in Rd such that two boxes intersect if and only if the corresponding ... 
Comparative Evaluation Of Space Vector Based Pulse Width Modulation Techniques In Terms Of Harmonic Distortion And Switching Loss
(20100914)Voltage source inverters (VSI) are popular in variable speed induction motor drive applications. Pulse width modulation (PWM) is employed to achieve variable voltage variable frequency output from a fixed DC bus voltage. ... 
Compiler Assisted Energy Management For Sensor Network Nodes
(20100816)Emerging low power, embedded, wireless sensor devices are useful for wide range of applications, yet have very limited processing storage and especially energy resources. Sensor networks have a wide variety of applications ... 
CompilerAssisted Energy Optimization For Clustered VLIW Processors
(20100413)Clustered architecture processors are preferred for embedded systems because centralized register file architectures scale poorly in terms of clock rate, chip area, and power consumption. Although clustering helps by ... 
Computational Protein Structure Analysis : Kernel And Spectral Methods
(20100824)The focus of this thesis is to develop computational techniques for analysis of protein structures. We model protein structures as points in 3dimensional space which in turn are modeled as weighted graphs. The problem of ... 
Design, Analysis And Characterization Of Torsional MEMS Varactor
(20101011)Varactors form an important part of many communication circuits. They are utilized in oscillators, tunable matching networks, tunable filters and phaseshifters. This thesis deals with the design, analysis, characterization ... 
Design, Modeling And Control Of Shape Memory Alloy Based Poly Phase Motor
(20100713)In this thesis, a new Poly Phase Motor (rotary actuator) based on the Shape Memory Alloy (SMA) is presented. Details of Design, Modeling, Characterization, Realization and Control of Poly Phase SMA Motor are presented. ... 
DiversityMultiplexing Gain Tradeoff Of Cooperative Multihop Networks
(20100823)We consider singlesource singlesink (ssss) multihop relay networks, with slowfading links and singleantenna halfduplex relay nodes. While twohop cooperative relay networks have been studied in great detail in terms ... 
DiversityMutiplexing Tradeoff Of Asynchronous Cooperative Relay Networks And Diversity Embedded Coding Schemes
(20100823)This thesis consists of two parts addressing two different problems in fading channels. The first part deals with asynchronous cooperative relay communication. The assumption of nodes in a cooperative communication relay ... 
Efficient Frequent Closed Itemset Algorithms With Applications To Stream Mining And Classification
(20100824)Data mining is an area to find valid, novel, potentially useful, and ultimately understandable abstractions in a data. Frequent itemset mining is one of the important data mining approaches to find those abstractions in ... 
Experiential Sampling For Object Detection In Video
(20100826)The problem of object detection deals with determining whether an instance of a given class of object is present or not. There are robust, supervised learning based algorithms available for object detection in an image. ... 
Explicit Segmentation Of Speech For Indian Languages
(20100702)Speech segmentation is the process of identifying the boundaries between words, syllables or phones in the recorded waveforms of spoken natural languages. The lowest level of speech segmentation is the breakup and ... 
Impact Of Body Center Potential On The Electrostatics Of Undoped Body Multi Gate Transistors : A Modeling Perspective
(20100709)Undoped body multi gate (MG) Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistors (MOSFET) are appearing as replacements for single gate bulk MOSFET in forthcoming sub45nm technology nodes. It is therefore extremely necessary ... 
Interference Management For Vector Gaussian Multiple Access Channels
(20100603)In this thesis, we consider a vector Gaussian multiple access channel (MAC) with users demanding reliable communication at specific (Shannontheoretic) rates. The objective is to assign vectors and powers to these users ... 
The Isoperimetric Problem On Trees And Bounded Tree Width Graphs
(20100826)In this thesis we study the isoperimetric problem on trees and graphs with bounded treewidth. Let G = (V,E) be a finite, simple and undirected graph. For let δ(S,G)= {(u,v) ε E : u ε S and v ε V – S }be the edge boundary ... 
Joint Congestion Control, Routing And Distributed Link Scheduling In Power Constrained Wireless Mesh Networks
(20100729)We study the problem of joint congestion control, routing and MAC layer scheduling in multihop wireless mesh networks, where the nodes in the network are subjected to energy expenditure rate constraints. As wireless ... 
Key Distribution In Wireless Sensor Networks
(20100609)In the last few years, wireless sensor networks (WSNs) have become a very actively researched area. The impetus for this spurt of interest were developments in wireless technologies and lowcost VLSI, that made it possible ... 
Knowledge Representation Framework For A Webbased Intelligent Tutoring System For Engineering Courses
(20101008)Tutoring is one of the most effective instruction methods. Computer as an Intelligent Tutor is an area of research since many decades. Technology advancement in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) can be used ...