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- Ramon E. Moore, John B. Bowles, +7 authors Eric Feron

In a second-order cone program (SOCP) a linear function is minimized over the intersection of an aane set and the product of second-order (quadratic) cones. SOCPs are nonlinear convex problems that include linear and (convex) quadratic programs as special cases, but are less general than semideenite programs (SDPs). Several eecient primal-dual… (More)

- Seung-Jean Kim, K. Koh, M. Lustig, S. Boyd, D. Gorinevsky
- IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Signal…
- 2007

Recently, a lot of attention has been paid to regularization based methods for sparse signal reconstruction (e.g., basis pursuit denoising and compressed sensing) and feature selection (e.g., the Lasso algorithm) in signal processing, statistics, and related fields. These problems can be cast as -regularized least-squares programs (LSPs), which can be… (More)

This is a collection of additional exercises, meant to supplement those found in the book Convex Optimization, by Stephen Boyd and Lieven Vandenberghe. These exercises were used in several courses on convex optimization, EE364a (Stanford), EE236b (UCLA), or 6.975 (MIT), usually for homework, but sometimes as exam questions. Some of the exercises were… (More)

- Sunil Kandukuri, Stephen Boyd
- IEEE Trans. Wireless Communications
- 2002

We propose a new method of power control for interference limited wireless networks with Rayleigh fading of both the desired and interference signals. Our method explictly takes into account the statistical variation of both the received signal and interference power, and optimally allocates power subject to constraints on the probability of fading induced… (More)

- Siddharth Joshi, Stephen Boyd
- IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing
- 2009

We consider the problem of choosing a set of k sensor measurements, from a set of m possible or potential sensor measurements, that minimizes the error in estimating some parameters. Solving this problem by evaluating the performance for each of the (<sub>m</sub> <sup>k</sup>) possible choices of sensor measurements is not practical unless m and k are… (More)