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In the decentralized-TDMA (D-TDMA) protocol the terminals select a free slot based on the frame information (FI) included in each packet to be transmitted. However, the FI constitutes a large portion of the packet which seriously compromised the throughput of the D-TDMA. We are proposing a technique for increasing the throughput by reducing the length of(More)
In this letter, the concept of multiple serially-concatenated codes is invoked in the context of stochastic resonance (SR), where the achievable performance is improved by increasing noise power. More specifically, the receiver's iterative decoding process is characterized with the aid of extrinsic information transfer (EXIT) charts, such that the SR effect(More)
This paper proposes a new fault detection and analysis approach which can leverage incomplete prior information. Conventional data-driven approaches suffer from the problem of overfitting and result in high rates of false positives, and model-driven approaches suffer from a lack of specific information about complex systems. We overcome these problems by(More)
We show that weak periodic driving can exponentially strongly change the rate of escape from a potential well of a system driven by telegraph noise. The analysis refers to an overdamped system, where escape requires that the noise amplitude θ exceed a critical value θ(c). For θ close to θ(c), the exponent of the escape rate displays a nonanalytic dependence(More)
In the present study, we propose a novel spatio-temporal index structure for network-constrained trajectories, SNT-index --- Suffix-array-based Network-constrained Trajectory Index. The proposed method fast finds trajectories that follow a given route pattern within a certain time interval. The proposed method is based on two key concepts. The first is the(More)
In the study of stochastic resonance, it is often mentioned that nonlinearity can enhance a weak signal embedded in noise. In order to give a systematic proof of the signal enhancement in nonlinear systems, we derive an optimal nonlinearity that maximizes a signal-to-noise ratio (SNR). The obtained optimal nonlinearity yields the maximum unbiased signal(More)
We study the stationary probability distribution of a system driven by shot noise. We find that both in the overdamped and underdamped regime, the coordinate distribution displays power-law singularities in its central part. For sufficiently low rate of noise pulses they correspond to distribution peaks. We find the positions of the peaks and the(More)
We consider the problem of coordination via signaling in network congestion games to improve social welfare deteriorated by incomplete information about traffic flow. Traditional studies on signaling, which focus on exogenous factors of congestion and ignore congestion externalities, fail to discuss the oscillations of traffic flow. To address this gap, we(More)