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The problem of detecting a transient change in distribution of a discrete time series is investigated when there is a constraint on the number of observed samples. Under a minimax setting where the change time is unknown, the objective is to design a statistical test that minimizes a measure of worst case delay under a constraint on the average time to(More)
BACKGROUND Social media offer an unprecedented opportunity to explore how people talk about health care at a very large scale. Numerous studies have shown the importance of websites with user forums for people seeking information related to health. Parents turn to some of these sites, colloquially referred to as "mommy blogs," to share concerns about(More)
This paper presents an outage analysis for a two-user parallel Gaussian interference channel consisting of two sub-channels. Each sub-channel is modeled as a two-user Gaussian interference channel with quasi-static and flat fading. Both users employ single-layer Gaussian code-books and maintain a statistical correlation ρ between the signals(More)
We address outage analysis for a two-user parallel Gaussian interference channel consisting of two sub-channels. Each sub-channel is modelled by a two-user Gaussian interference channel with quasi-static and flat fading. Both users employ single-layer Gaussian codebooks and maintain a statistical correlation ρ between the signals transmitted over the(More)
We study a 2-user symmetric X channel with random access capability for transmitters from a deterministic point of view. Transmitters can work in two modes of operation independent of each other, either active or inactive. There is an independent message from each transmitter to each receiver. It is aimed in this study at maximizing the throughput of this(More)
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