Robert W. Lucky

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1053-5888/06/$20.00©2006IEEE I was driving home on a fall evening in 1964 after an ordinary day at Bell Labs, with no premonition that this particular commute would change my life. I had stopped the car at a traffic light in the small, suburban New Jersey town of Red Bank. In the time that it took the light to change from red to green, I invented my(More)
I n this excerpt from “Visions for the Future of the Fields,” a panel discussion held on the 10th anniversary of the US Computer Science and Telecommunications Board, experts identify critical issues for various aspects of computing. In the accompanying sidebars, some of the same experts elaborate on points in the panel discussion in mini essays: David(More)
OME half dozen years ago Dave Hagelbarger came to me with the idea of putting a CRT and keyboard into a telephone. I remember thinking that it was not such a great idea. Conventional wisdom at the time was that only the longawaited flat panel display could hoist the lowly telephone into the nascent information age. Fortunately, Hagelbarger and his(More)
This chapter presents the basics of the current theory regarding the behavior of blind fractionally-spaced and/or spatial-diversity equalizers (FSE) adapted via the constant modulus algorithm (CMA). The constant modulus algorithm, which was developed in the late 1970s and disclosed in the early 1980s, performs a stochastic gradient descent of a cost(More)
In the cloud computing environment, load balancing plays a vital role in improving performance of the systems. It is beneficial to use load balancing in cloud computing. Server overloading occurs due to tremendous use of internet in day to-days world. This article studies on surveys on load balancing that describes different algorithms for balancing the(More)
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