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Natureinspired Algorithms for Automated Deployment of Outdoor IoT Networks
A vast majority of the Internet of Things (IoT) devices will be connected in a topology where the edgedevices push data to a local gateway, which forwards the data to a cloud for further processing. In sizeable outdoor ... 
Network Coding for Wirless Relaying and Wireline Networks
(20171210)Network coding has emerged as an attractive alternative to routing because of the through put improvement it provides by reducing the number of channel uses. In a wireless scenario, in addition, further improvement can be ... 
Neuronal Dissimilarity Indices that Predict Oddball Detection in Behaviour
(20170923)Our vision is as yet unsurpassed by machines because of the sophisticated representations of objects in our brains. This representation is vastly different from a pixelbased representation used in machine storages. It is ... 
NoC Design & Optimization of Multicore Media Processors
(20180322)Network on Chips[1][2][3][4] are critical elements of modern System on Chip(SoC) as well as Chip Multiprocessor(CMP)designs. Network on Chips (NoCs) help manage high complexity of designing large chips by decoupling ... 
NonInvasive Microwave Hyperthermia
(Indian Institute of Science, 20060118)Presented in this thesis are the following theoretical investigations carried out on the noninvasive microwave hyperthermia of malignant tumours in the human body: Fundamental concepts of electromagnetic wave ... 
Nonlinear Optical Enhancement Studies in Siliconbased Resonant Metasurfaces
Metasurfaces are two dimensional arrangements of building blocks called metaatoms which have been found to be useful to manipulate amplitude, phase, polarization of light at the nanoscale. Using these properties, functional ... 
Nonlinear Processing Of EEG and HRV Signals For The Study Of Physiological And Pathological States
(20130426)Physiological signals, electroencephalogram (EEG) and heart rate variability (HRV), are generated by complex selfregulating systems. These signals are extremely inhomogeneous and nonstationary, and fluctuate in an irregular ... 
Nonstationary Techniques For Signal Enhancement With Applications To Speech, ECG, And NonuniformlySampled Signals
(20150722)For timevarying signals such as speech and audio, shorttime analysis becomes necessary to compute specific signal attributes and to keep track of their evolution. The standard technique is the shorttime Fourier transform ... 
On Codes for Private Information Retrieval and Ceph Implementation of a HighRate Regenerating Code
(20180709)Errorcontrol codes, which are being extensively used in communication systems, have found themselves very useful in data storage as well during the past decade. This thesis deals with two types of codes for data storage, ... 
On Design and Analysis of Energy Efficient Wireless Networks with QoS
(20180613)We consider optimal power allocation policies for a single server, multiuser wireless communication system. The transmission channel may experience multipath fading. We obtain very efficient, low computational complexity ... 
On Linear Codes in Projective Spaces
The projective space $\mathbb{P}_q(n)$ of order $n$ over a finite field $\mathbb{F}_q$ is defined as the collection of all subspaces of the ambient space $\mathbb{F}_q^n$. The Grassmannian $\mathcal{G}_q(n, k)$ is the set ... 
On MediaBased Modulation for Wireless Communications
Traditionally, symbols chosen from complex modulation alphabets such as QAM and PSK are used to convey information bits, and complex fades introduced by the channel are viewed as detrimental effects that cause amplitude ... 
On Network Coding and NetworkError Correction
(20180424)The paradigm of network coding was introduced as a means to conserve bandwidth (or equivalently increase throughput) in information ﬂow networks. Network coding makes use of the fact that unlike physical commodities, ... 
On Orthogonal Time Frequency Space Modulation for Wireless Communications
Future wireless communication systems are envisioned to support diverse requirements that include high mobility application scenarios such as highspeed trains, and vehicletovehicle and vehicletoinfrastructure communications. ... 
On ReducedState Optimal Scheduling for Decentralized Medium Access Control of Wireless Data Collection Networks
In the Internet of Things (IoT), devices such as sensors and actuators will almost invariably be connected to the Internet via wireless networks. The sensor and actuator devices in such systems will be resource challenged ... 
On Some Questions Involving Prefix Codes
Let A be a finite alphabet and A be the set of all finite sequences of the elements of A. A word is any member of A . A prefix code X is a set of words satisfying the prefix property, i.e., no word in the set is a prefix ... 
On Streaming Codes, Regenerating Codes and LocalityAided Decoding
This thesis presents results relating to the application of errorcorrecting codes with different aims and in different settings; to achieve lowlatency communication, to improve decoding performance and to enable the ... 
On The Bestm Feedback Scheme In OFDM Systems With Correlated Subchannels
(20170707)Orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) in next generation wireless systems provides high downlink data rates by employing frequencydomain scheduling and rate adaptation at the base station (BS). However, in ... 
On The Fourier Transform Approach To Quantum Error Control
(20131007)Quantum mechanics is the physics of the very small. Quantum computers are devices that utilize the power of quantum mechanics for their computational primitives. Associated to each quantum system is an abstract space known ... 
On the Tradeoff Of Average Delay, Average Service Cost, and Average Utility for Single Server Queues with Monotone Policies
(20180423)In this thesis, we study the tradeoff of average delay with average service cost and average utility for both continuous time and discrete time single server queueing models without and with admission control. The continuous ...