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The application of a radial basis function network to digital communications channel equalization is examined. It is shown that the radial basis function network has an identical structure to the optimal Bayesian symbol-decision equalizer solution and, therefore, can be employed to implement the Bayesian equalizer. The training of a radial basis function… (More)

A Bayesian solution is derived for digital communication channel equalization with decision feedback. This is an extension to the maximum a posteriori probability symbol-decision equalizer to include decision feedback. A novel scheme of utilizing decision feedback is proposed which not only improves equalization performance but also reduces computational… (More)

—The problem of constructing adaptive minimum bit error rate (MBER) linear multiuser detectors is considered for direct sequence code division multiple access (DS-CDMA) signals transmitted through multipath channels. Based on the approach of kernel density estimation for approximating the bit error rate (BER) from training data, a least mean squares (LMS)… (More)

A locally regularized orthogonal least squares (LROLS) algorithm is proposed for constructing parsimonious or sparse regression models that generalize well. By associating each orthogonal weight in the regression model with an individual regularization parameter, the ability for the orthogonal least squares model selection to produce a very sparse model… (More)

—To cope with explosive traffic demands on current cellular networks of limited capacity, Disruption Tolerant Networking (DTN) is used to offload traffic from cellular networks to high capacity and free device-to-device networks. Current DTN-based mobile data offloading models are based on simple and unrealistic network assumptions which do not take into… (More)

The paper introduces an efficient construction algorithm for obtaining sparse linear-in-the-weights regression models based on an approach of directly optimizing model generalization capability. This is achieved by utilizing the delete-1 cross validation concept and the associated leave-one-out test error also known as the predicted residual sums of squares… (More)

1029 complex models for predicting future information. Being generally unreliable , such prediction models consume time and resources, since a large amount of data must be gathered. [2] V. V. Filippov, " Note on continuity of dependence of solutions of differential inclusion y 2 F (t; y) on the right hand side, " Moscow Univ. A survey of the maximum… (More)

The problem of constructing an adaptive multiuser detector (MUD) is considered for direct sequence code division multiple access (DS-CDMA) signals transmitted through multipath channels. The emerging learning technique, called support vector machines (SVM), is proposed as a method of obtaining a nonlinear MUD from a relatively small training data block.… (More)

This paper presents an efficient construction algorithm for obtaining sparse kernel density estimates based on a regression approach that directly optimizes model generalization capability. Computational efficiency of the density construction is ensured using an orthogonal forward regression, and the algorithm incrementally minimizes the leave-one-out test… (More)

Wheeled-tracked vehicles are mainly suitable for relatively flat terrain. Legged-vehicles, on the other hand, have the potential to handle wide variety of terrain. Robug IIs is a legged climbing robot designed to work in relatively unstructured and rough terrain. It has the capability of walking, climbing vertical surfaces and performing autonomous floor to… (More)