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Graph-based representations play a key role in machine learning. The fundamental step in these representations is the association of a graph structure to a dataset. In this paper, we propose a method that finds a block sparse representation of the data by associating a graph, whose Laplacian matrix admits the sparsifying dictionary as its eigenvectors.

The state-of-the-art graph wavelet decomposition was constructed by maximum spanning tree (MST)-based downsampling and two-channel graph wavelet filter banks. In this work, we first show that: 1) the existing MST-based downsampling could become unbalanced, i.e., the sampling rate is far from 1/2, which eventually leads to low representation efficiency of the wavelet decomposition; and 2) not only low-pass components, but also some high-pass ones can be decomposed to potentially achieve better decomposition performance.

The optimal mean-reverting portfolio (MRP) design problem is an important task for statistical arbitrage, also known as pairs trading, in the financial markets. The target of the problem is to construct a portfolio of the underlying assets (possibly with an asset selection target) that can exhibit a satisfactory mean reversion property and a desirable variance property.

Two-dimensional (2-D) spectrum sensing is addressed in the context of a cognitive radar to gather real-time space-frequency electromagnetic awareness. Assuming a sensor equipped with multiple receive antennas, a discrete-time sensing signal model formally accounting for multiple snapshots of observations is introduced.

Beamforming is an attractive technique to improve the system performance for multi-input multi-output (MIMO) communications. Previous works mainly focus on improving the data transmission quality. However, the potential of beamforming for improving the localization quality is not yet fully studied.

We propose two-channel critically-sampled filter banks for signals on undirected graphs that utilize spectral domain sampling. Unlike conventional approaches based on vertex domain sampling, our transforms have the following desirable properties.

We present our results of applying wavelet theory to the classic problem of estimating the unknown parameters of a model function subject to noise. The model function studied in this context is a generalization of the second-order Gaussian derivative of which the Gaussian function is a special case.

Coprime sensor arrays (CSAs) can estimate the directions of arrival of O(MN) narrowband planewave sources using only O(M + N) sensors with the CSA product processor. All previous investigations on the product processed CSA's performance for detecting Gaussian signals assumed spatially white Gaussian noise.

This paper considers a set of multiple independent control systems that are each connected over a nonstationary wireless channel. The goal is to maximize control performance over all the systems through the allocation of transmitting power within a fixed budget.

Polar codes have received recent attention due to their potential to be applied in advanced wireless communication protocols such as the fifth generation mobile communication system (5G). Among the existing decoding algorithms, Belief Propagation (BP) exhibits high-throughput, low-latency, and soft output with a high hardware cost.


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