Jonathan Mullen

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The digital waveguide mesh has been an active area of music acoustics research for over ten years. Although founded in 1-D digital waveguide modeling, the principles on which it is based are not new to researchers grounded in numerical simulation, FDTD methods, electromagnetic simulation, etc. This article has attempted to provide a considerable review of(More)
Users' demand for interactive, on-demand access to a large pool of high performance computing (HPC) resources is increasing. The majority of users at Massachusetts Institute of Technology Lincoln laboratory (MIT LL) are involved in the interactive development of sensor processing algorithms. This development often requires a large amount of computation due(More)
Growing demand for mobile access to data is only outpaced by the growth of large and complex data, accentuating the constrained nature of mobile devices. The availability and scalability of cloud resources along with techniques for caching and distributed computation can be used to address these problems, but bring up new optimization challenges, often with(More)
— This paper presents a novel approach to fuel efficient vehicle speed control. Motivated by potential fuel economy improvements through periodic time-varying cruise control, a finite state machine structure is designed to control transitions between discrete states of acceleration, constant speed, and deceleration. The scheme accounts for changes in road(More)
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