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- Fulvio Babich, Owen E. Kelly, Giancarlo Lombardi
- IEEE Trans. Communications
- 2000

—This paper investigates the properties of a method for obtaining Markov models of unspecified order to be applied to narrow-band fading channels with additive white Gaussian noise. The models are obtained by applying the context tree pruning algorithm to experimental or simulated sequences. Fading environments are identified in which the extension from… (More)

- enugopal V. Veeravalli, Owen E. Kelly
- 2000

The design of handoff algorithms for cellular communication systems based on mobile signal-strength measurements is considered. The design problem is posed as an optimization to obtain the best tradeoff between the expected number of service failures and expected number of handoffs, where a service failure is defined to be the event that the signal str… (More)

- Owen E. Kelly, Douglas Johnson, Bertrand Delgutte, Peter A. Cariani
- The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
- 1996

Discharge patterns recorded from single auditory-nerve fibers have demonstrated long-range dependence, with the count variance-to-mean ratio growing as a power of the counting time for times greater than 0.1-1 s. The intent of this study is to provide a large dataset to enable a more detailed investigation of this phenomenon. Based on 108 recordings from a… (More)

- Fulvio Babich, Owen E. Kelly, Giancarlo Lombardi
- IEEE Communications Letters
- 1999

- Cem U. Saraydar, Owen E. Kelly, Christopher Rose
- IEEE Trans. Vehicular Technology
- 2000

- Don H. Johnson, Yuan Kang Lee, Owen E. Kelly, Jessica Pistole
- ICASSP
- 1996

| The design of handoo algorithms for cellular communication systems based on mobile signal strength measurements is considered. The design problem is posed as an optimization to obtain the best tradeoo between expected number of service failures and expected number of handoos, where a service failure is deened to be the event that the signal strength falls… (More)

- Yuan Kang Lee, Don H. Johnson, Owen E. Kelly
- ICC
- 1997

- Owen E. Kelly, Don H. Johnson
- ICASSP
- 1997

The maximum likelihood sequence estimator is the optimal receiver for the inter-symbol interference (ISI) channel with additive white noise. A receiver is demonstrated that estimates sequence likelihood using a variable order Markov model constructed from a crudely quantized training sequence. Receiver performance is relatively unaffected by heavy-tailed… (More)

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