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Information theoretic framework of trust modeling and evaluation for ad hoc networks
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The performance of ad hoc networks depends on cooperation and trust among distributed nodes. Expand
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A trust evaluation framework in distributed networks: Vulnerability analysis and defense against attacks
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We present a framework to quantitatively measure trust, model trust propagation, and defend trust evaluation systems against malicious attacks. Expand
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FusionGAN: A generative adversarial network for infrared and visible image fusion
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This paper proposes a novel method to fuse these two types of information using a generative adversarial network, termed as FusionGAN, to generate clear and clean fused images which do not suffer from noise caused by upsampling of infrared information. Expand
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Multiuser Water-filling in the Presence of Crosstalk
  • Wei Yu
  • Mathematics
  • Information Theory and Applications Workshop
  • 22 October 2007
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Spectrum optimization is an important part of the design of interference-limited multiuser communication systems. Expand
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Prevalence and Costs of Chronic Conditions in the VA Health Care System
Chronic conditions are among the most common causes of death and disability in the United States. Patients with such conditions receive disproportionate amounts of health care services and thereforeExpand
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Content-Based Image Retrieval Using Multiple-Instance Learning
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We explore the application of machine learning techniques to the problem of content-based image retrieval (CBIR). Expand
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Optimization of Heterogeneous Coded Caching
  • A. M. Daniel, Wei Yu
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
  • IEEE Transactions on Information Theory
  • 14 August 2017
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This paper aims to provide an optimization framework for coded caching that accounts for various heterogeneous aspects of practical systems that have yet to be considered in the literature. Expand
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On the energy efficiency of cooperative communications in wireless sensor networks
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Cooperative communications represent a potential candidate to combat the effects of channel fading and to increase the transmit energy efficiency in wireless sensor networks . Expand
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Cooperation Enforcement in Autonomous MANETs under Noise and Imperfect Observation
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We focus on cooperation enforcement in autonomous mobile ad hoc networks under noise and imperfect observation and study the basic packet-forwarding function using the repeated game models with imperfect information. Expand
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Spatial Deep Learning for Wireless Scheduling
  • Wei Cui, K. Shen, Wei Yu
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM)
  • 4 August 2018
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We show that it is possible to bypass the channel estimation stage altogether and to use a deep neural network to produce a near optimal schedule based solely on geographic locations of the transmitters and receivers in the network. Expand
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