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- Brian G. Agee, Roland J. Kleinman, Jeffrey H. Reed
- IEEE Trans. Communications
- 1996

- Matthew C. Bromberg, Brian G. Agee
- IEEE Trans. Communications
- 2003

A mathematical framework for a duplex multipleinput–multiple-output, multipoint network is presented and used to develop uplink and downlink network objective functions based on information theoretic “water-filling” capacity arguments. It is shown that these objective functions possess equal local optima in reciprocal networks where the internode channel… (More)

- R. Mendoza, Jeffrey H. Reed, Tien C. Hsia, Brian G. Agee
- IEEE Trans. Signal Processing
- 1991

- Brian G. Agee, Stephen P. Bruzzone, Matthew C. Bromberg
- ICASSP
- 1998

- William A. Gardner, Brian G. Agee
- IEEE Trans. Information Theory
- 1980

- Brian G. Agee
- ACSSC
- 2013

- Matthew C. Bromberg, Brian G. Agee
- ICASSP
- 1998

structure. These signals typically occur in environments that contain interferers of exploitable structure. The goal This paper addresses the problem of direction finding for of this paper is to introduce a new algorithm, referred to unstructured emitters in environments that contain interas Copy-Aided Joint Maximum Likelihood (CA-JML), that ference signals… (More)

- John D. Fite, Stephen P. Bruzzone, Brian G. Agee
- ICASSP
- 1996

Optimal transmit beamforming is obtained by minimizing the total network transmit power subject to a nodelevel channel capacity constraint. The algorithm that achieves this is referred to as locally enabled global optimization (LEGO)1 and is especially efficient for networks with reciprocal internode transmit and receive channel responses, typically… (More)

- D. R. Srinivas, K. E. Sreenivasa Murthy, +8 authors R. A. Casas
- 2010

The paper discuss, applicability of the second-order Newton gradient descent method for blind equalization of complex signals based on the Constant Modulus Algorithm (CMA). The Constant Modulus (CM) loss function is real with complex valued arguments, and, hence, non-analytic. The Hessian for noiseless FIR channels and rederive the known fact that the full… (More)

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