University of Kalyani

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  • White Papers // May 2013

    Hybrid CMOS-TFET based Register Files for Energy-Efficient GPGPUs

    State-of-the-art General-Purpose computing on Graphics Processing Unit (GPGPU) is facing severe power challenge due to the increasing number of cores placed on a chip with decreasing feature size. In order to hide the long latency operations, GPGPU employs the fine-grained multithreading among numerous active threads, leading to the sizeable register...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2012

    Adaptive Scheduling for Multicasting Hard Deadline Constrained Prioritized Data Via Network Coding

    Network coding offers a promising platform for multicast transmission by approaching its min-cut capacity. However, pushing the network throughput toward this upper bound comes with a sacrifice in delivery delay due to the decoding procedure that requires performing batch of coded packets. Further, in some transmission scenarios where the receivers...

    Provided By University of Kalyani

  • White Papers // May 2012

    Energy-Efficient Scheduling for Downlink Multi-User MIMO

    Multi-user MIMO is the enabling technology for LTE-Advanced systems to meet IMT-Advanced targets. The gain of multi-user MIMO is achieved partially through advanced user-grouping, user-scheduling, and precoding. Traditionally, multiuser MIMO scheduling focuses solely on spectral-efficiency. That is, the scheduler will strike to balance the cell-edge user spectral-efficiency as well as...

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  • White Papers // May 2012

    New Leakage-Based Iterative Coordinated Beam-Forming for Multi-User MIMO in LTE-Advanced

    In this paper, the authors investigate a typical LTE-Advanced multi-user MIMO system where Mobile Stations (MSs) feedback limited channel state information using codebook based approaches. A joint optimization of multi-user scheduling, linear transmit beam-forming, and receive combining is conducted at the base station to combat the intra-cell interference created by...

    Provided By University of Kalyani

  • White Papers // May 2012

    Distributed Heterogeneous Traffic Delivery Over Heterogeneous Wireless Networks

    In order to meet the spectacular growth in mobile data traffic, one of the technologies is heterogeneous network, where small cells overlaid by large cells can be deployed. With such, Base Stations (BSs) can be of heterogeneous characteristics in bandwidth, capacity, load, backhaul delay, etc. Meanwhile, the traffic of diverse...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2012

    Inimitability of Fingerprint for Establishment of Identity

    To uniquely identify a single person, different types of information can be used with other sources. This concept is ancient, and it has become much more important as information technology and the Internet have made it easier to collect identifiable documents. In this paper, the authors have discussed different types...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Hrtimers and Beyond: Transforming the Linux Time Subsystems

    Several projects have tried to rework Linux time and timers code to add functions such as high-precision timers and dynamic ticks. Previous efforts have not been generally accepted, in part, because they considered only a subset of the related problems requiring an integrated solution. These efforts also suffered significant architecture...

    Provided By University of Kalyani

  • White Papers // Nov 2012

    Adaptive Scheduling for Multicasting Hard Deadline Constrained Prioritized Data Via Network Coding

    Network coding offers a promising platform for multicast transmission by approaching its min-cut capacity. However, pushing the network throughput toward this upper bound comes with a sacrifice in delivery delay due to the decoding procedure that requires performing batch of coded packets. Further, in some transmission scenarios where the receivers...

    Provided By University of Kalyani

  • White Papers // Mar 2012

    Inimitability of Fingerprint for Establishment of Identity

    To uniquely identify a single person, different types of information can be used with other sources. This concept is ancient, and it has become much more important as information technology and the Internet have made it easier to collect identifiable documents. In this paper, the authors have discussed different types...

    Provided By University of Kalyani

  • White Papers // May 2012

    Energy-Efficient Scheduling for Downlink Multi-User MIMO

    Multi-user MIMO is the enabling technology for LTE-Advanced systems to meet IMT-Advanced targets. The gain of multi-user MIMO is achieved partially through advanced user-grouping, user-scheduling, and precoding. Traditionally, multiuser MIMO scheduling focuses solely on spectral-efficiency. That is, the scheduler will strike to balance the cell-edge user spectral-efficiency as well as...

    Provided By University of Kalyani

  • White Papers // May 2012

    New Leakage-Based Iterative Coordinated Beam-Forming for Multi-User MIMO in LTE-Advanced

    In this paper, the authors investigate a typical LTE-Advanced multi-user MIMO system where Mobile Stations (MSs) feedback limited channel state information using codebook based approaches. A joint optimization of multi-user scheduling, linear transmit beam-forming, and receive combining is conducted at the base station to combat the intra-cell interference created by...

    Provided By University of Kalyani

  • White Papers // May 2012

    Distributed Heterogeneous Traffic Delivery Over Heterogeneous Wireless Networks

    In order to meet the spectacular growth in mobile data traffic, one of the technologies is heterogeneous network, where small cells overlaid by large cells can be deployed. With such, Base Stations (BSs) can be of heterogeneous characteristics in bandwidth, capacity, load, backhaul delay, etc. Meanwhile, the traffic of diverse...

    Provided By University of Kalyani

  • White Papers // May 2013

    Hybrid CMOS-TFET based Register Files for Energy-Efficient GPGPUs

    State-of-the-art General-Purpose computing on Graphics Processing Unit (GPGPU) is facing severe power challenge due to the increasing number of cores placed on a chip with decreasing feature size. In order to hide the long latency operations, GPGPU employs the fine-grained multithreading among numerous active threads, leading to the sizeable register...

    Provided By University of Kalyani

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Hrtimers and Beyond: Transforming the Linux Time Subsystems

    Several projects have tried to rework Linux time and timers code to add functions such as high-precision timers and dynamic ticks. Previous efforts have not been generally accepted, in part, because they considered only a subset of the related problems requiring an integrated solution. These efforts also suffered significant architecture...

    Provided By University of Kalyani