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PhD Theses

Se Hoon Lim (Duke University), “Compressive Holography”, Advisor: David J. Brady, 2012

Marcos Efren Bolanos (Michigan State University), “Signal processing inspired graph theoretic methods for understanding functional connectivity of the brain”, Advisor: Prof. Selin Aviyente (2012)

Thomas A. Baran (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), “Conservation in signal processing systems” (2012), Advisor: Prof. Alan V. Oppenheim

Houbing Song (University of Virginia), “Model-Centric Approach to Discrete-Time Signal Processing for Dense Wavelength-Division Multiplexing Systems”, Advisor: Prof. Maite Brandt-Pearce. (2012)

Sevinc Bayram (Polytechnic Institute of New York University), “Applications of multimedia forensics”, Advisor: Prof. Nasir Memon (2012)

Fanyu Kong (Michigan Technological University), “Automatic Food Intake Assessment Using Camera Phones”, Advisor: Jindong Tan (2012)

Soroush Javidi (Imperial College), “Adaptive Signal Processing for Noncircular Complex Data”, Advisor: Prof. Danilo P. Mandic (2012)

Narresh Vankayalapati (University of Rhode Island), “Direct position detection and localization of emitters using distributed sensors”, Advisor: Prof. Steven Kay, (2012)

Yuhong Liu (University of Rhode Island), “Security and Applications of Digital Trust and Reputation” (2012),  Advisor: Prof. Yan Lindsay Sun

Steven Kiemyang Tjoa (University of Maryland), “Sparse and nonnegative factorizations for music understanding” (2011), Advisor: Prof. K. J. Ray Liu



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