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Shannon meets Tesla: Wireless information and power transfer
  • P. Grover, A. Sahai
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE International Symposium on Information…
  • 13 June 2010
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The problem considered here is that of wireless information and power transfer across a noisy coupled-inductor circuit, which is a frequency-selective channel with additive white Gaussian noise. Expand
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Energy Harvesting Wireless Communications: A Review of Recent Advances
  • S. Ulukus, A. Yener, +4 authors K. Huang
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
  • IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications
  • 15 January 2015
TLDR
This paper summarizes recent contributions in the broad area of energy harvesting wireless communications. Expand
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On the optimal recovery threshold of coded matrix multiplication
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We provide novel coded computation strategies for distributed matrix-matrix products that outperform the recent “Polynomial code” constructions in recovery threshold, i.e., the required number of successful workers. Expand
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“Short-Dot”: Computing Large Linear Transforms Distributedly Using Coded Short Dot Products
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This work proposes a coding-theory inspired computation technique for speeding up computing linear transforms of high-dimensional data by distributing it across multiple processing units that compute shorter dot products. Expand
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Towards a Communication-Theoretic Understanding of System-Level Power Consumption
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This paper models the required decoding power and investigates the minimization of total system power from two complementary perspectives. Expand
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On the Optimal Recovery Threshold of Coded Matrix Multiplication
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We provide novel coded computation strategies for distributed matrix–matrix products that outperform the recent “Polynomial code” constructions in recovery threshold, i.e., the required number of successful workers. Expand
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Witsenhausen's counterexample as Assisted Interference Suppression
Motivated by the existence of an implicit channel in Witsenhausen's counterexample, we formulate a vector extension that can be viewed as a toy wireless communication problem "Assisted InterferenceExpand
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A Unified Coded Deep Neural Network Training Strategy based on Generalized PolyDot codes
This paper has two main contributions. First, we propose a novel coding technique - Generalized PolyDot - for matrix-vector products that advances on existing techniques for coded matrix operationsExpand
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Information Friction and Its Implications on Minimum Energy Required for Communication
  • P. Grover
  • Computer Science, Physics
  • IEEE Transactions on Information Theory
  • 6 January 2014
TLDR
We use the information-friction model to understand the fundamental energy requirements on encoding and decoding in communication circuitry and derive limits that hold for all possible communication strategies and implementation architectures. Expand
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Coded Elastic Computing
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We design a new technique called coded elastic computing enabling distributed computations over elastic resources. Expand
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