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Power Allocation in OFDM-Based Cognitive Radio Systems
In this paper, we investigate the optimal power allocation strategy that aims at maximizing the capacity in OFDM- based cognitive radio systems. We show that the traditional water-filling algorithmExpand
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A survey on sensor localization
Localization is one of the fundamental problems in wireless sensor networks (WSNs), since locations of the sensor nodes are critical to both network operations and most application level tasks.Expand
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Cooperative Control of Dynamical Systems With Application to Autonomous Vehicles
In this paper, a new framework based on matrix theory is proposed to analyze and design cooperative controls for a group of individual dynamical systems whose outputs are sensed by or communicated toExpand
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A new analytical solution to mobile robot trajectory generation in the presence of moving obstacles
The problem of determining a collision-free path for a mobile robot moving in a dynamically changing environment is addressed in this paper. By explicitly considering a kinematic model of the robot,Expand
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Nonlinear sinogram smoothing for low-dose X-ray CT
When excessive quantum noise is present in extremely low dose X-ray CT imaging, statistical properties of the data has to be considered to achieve a satisfactory image reconstruction. StatisticalExpand
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Optimization of Detection Time for Channel Efficiency in Cognitive Radio Systems
In cognitive radio (CR) systems, secondary users (SUs) have to detect the channel periodically during their data transmission to decide whether the channel is idle in order to avoid unacceptableExpand
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Robust optimization for multiple responses using response surface methodology
Typically in the analysis of industrial data for product-process optimization, there are many response variables that are under investigation at the same time. Robustness is also an important conceptExpand
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Event-triggered dissipative filtering for networked semi-Markov jump systems and its applications in a mass-spring system model
This paper investigates the event-triggered dissipative filtering problem for a class of networked semi-Markov jump systems. As a first attempt, the event-triggered communication scheme is introducedExpand
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Comparison of Optimal Solutions to Real-Time Path Planning for a Mobile Vehicle
In this paper, we present two near-optimal methods to determine the real-time collision-free path for a mobile vehicle moving in a dynamically changing environment. The proposed designs are based onExpand
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Fault Localization Analysis Based on Deep Neural Network
With software’s increasing scale and complexity, software failure is inevitable. To date, although many kinds of software fault localization methods have been proposed and have had respectiveExpand
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