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  • White Papers // Dec 2010

    Decentralized Block Diagonalization Algorithms for Distributed MIMO Systems

    In a Distributed MIMO system (D-MIMO), multiple base stations work in cooperation manner to enhance system throughput by suppressing inter-cell and inter-user interference. In this paper, the authors propose two practical distributed algorithms that are based on block diagonalization technique. The proposed schemes eliminate the need of iterative computations, and...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2010

    Deadline Aware Virtual Machine Scheduler for Grid and Cloud Computing

    Virtualization technology has enabled applications to be decoupled from the underlying hardware providing the benefits of portability, better control over execution environment and isolation. It has been widely adopted in scientific grids and commercial clouds. Since virtualization, despite its benefits incurs a performance penalty, which could be significant for systems...

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  • White Papers // May 2010

    Information-Theoretic Algorithm for Waveform Optimization Within Ultra Wideband Cognitive Radar Network

    A novel information-theoretic approach for designing the Ultra WideBand (UWB) waveforms is developed. This approach utilizes the Mutual Information (MI) between subsequent radar returns to extract desired information from the radar scene. With this approach, the radar system constantly learns about its surroundings and adopts its operational mode accordingly based...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Use of Information Technologies in Retail Supply Chain: Opportunities and Challenges

    The innovation in Information Technologies (IT) and their uses in the retail supply chain increase the efficiency of the whole system itself. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), Point of Sales (POS), and various Data Mining (DM) technologies enable retailers to radically change the way they do business...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Use of Information Technologies in Retail Supply Chain: Opportunities and Challenges

    The innovation in Information Technologies (IT) and their uses in the retail supply chain increase the efficiency of the whole system itself. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), Point of Sales (POS), and various Data Mining (DM) technologies enable retailers to radically change the way they do business...

    Provided By University of Greenwich

  • White Papers // Jun 2010

    Deadline Aware Virtual Machine Scheduler for Grid and Cloud Computing

    Virtualization technology has enabled applications to be decoupled from the underlying hardware providing the benefits of portability, better control over execution environment and isolation. It has been widely adopted in scientific grids and commercial clouds. Since virtualization, despite its benefits incurs a performance penalty, which could be significant for systems...

    Provided By University of Greenwich

  • White Papers // Dec 2010

    Decentralized Block Diagonalization Algorithms for Distributed MIMO Systems

    In a Distributed MIMO system (D-MIMO), multiple base stations work in cooperation manner to enhance system throughput by suppressing inter-cell and inter-user interference. In this paper, the authors propose two practical distributed algorithms that are based on block diagonalization technique. The proposed schemes eliminate the need of iterative computations, and...

    Provided By University of Greenwich

  • White Papers // May 2010

    Information-Theoretic Algorithm for Waveform Optimization Within Ultra Wideband Cognitive Radar Network

    A novel information-theoretic approach for designing the Ultra WideBand (UWB) waveforms is developed. This approach utilizes the Mutual Information (MI) between subsequent radar returns to extract desired information from the radar scene. With this approach, the radar system constantly learns about its surroundings and adopts its operational mode accordingly based...

    Provided By University of Greenwich