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We investigate the use of compressive sampling for networked feedback control systems. The method proposed serves to compress the control vectors which are transmitted through rate-limited channels without much deterioration of control performance. The control vectors are obtained by an ℓ 1-ℓ 2 optimization, which can be solved very efficiently by FISTA(More)
SUMMARY This survey summarizes the state-of-the-art research on network coding, mainly focusing on its applications to computer networking. Network coding generalizes traditional store-and-forward routing techniques by allowing intermediate nodes in networks to encode several received packets into a single coded packet before forwarding. Network coding was(More)
In remote control, efficient compression or representation of control signals is essential to send them through rate-limited channels. For this purpose, we propose an approach of sparse control signal representation using the compressive sampling technique. The problem of obtaining sparse representation is formulated by cardinality-constrained 2(More)
Efficient text recognition has recently been a challenge for augmented reality systems. In this paper, we propose a system with the ability to provide translations to the user in real-time. We use eye gaze for more intuitive and efficient input for ubiquitous text reading and translation in head mounted displays (HMDs). The eyes can be used to indicate(More)
—In a scene image, some characters are difficult to recognize and some others are recognized easily. Such difficult characters usually make the processing time long while easy characters are recognized in a short time. In this paper, we propose a system which recognizes each character with a proper cost for the difficulty. Through the process, easy(More)