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Ph.D Theses

Zhu, Yu (West Virginia University), “Multi-Modality Human Action Recognition” (2016) Advisor: Guo, Guodong

Kong, Long, (University of California, Los Angeles), “RF Synthesis without Inductors” (2016) Advisor: Razavi, Behzad

Recent developments in RF receiver design have eliminated all on-chip inductors except for that used in the local oscillator. This dissertation addresses the “last inductor” problem and proposes both integer-N and fractional-N synthesizer architectures that achieve a phase noise and figure of merit (FOM) comparable to those of LC-VCO-based realizations.

Alturkostani, Hani Eftikhar (University of Idaho), “Mitigation Strategies for Safety Applications in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks Subjected to Jamming” (2016) Advisor: Krings, Axel

Worm, AnthonyView Profile (State University of New York at Binghamton), “Prioritized Grammar Enumeration: A novel method for symbolic regression” (2016) Advisor: Chiu, Kenneth

Sayler, Andy (University of Colorado at Boulder) “Securing Secrets and Managing Trust in Modern Computing Applications” (2016) Advisor: Dirk Grunwald

Debarati Kundu (The University of Texas at Austin), “Subjective and Objective Quality Evaluation of Synthetic and High Dynamic Range Images” (2016) Advisor: < a href= “http://users.ece.utexas.edu/~bevans/”> Evans, Brian L.

Simek, Kyle LouisView Profile. (The University of Arizona), “Branching Gaussian process models for computer vision” (2016) Advisor: Jacobus Kobus Barnard

Briggs, GordonView Profile. (Tufts University), “Toward Dialogue and Reasoning Mechanisms to Enable More Natural and Socially-Appropriate Task-Based Human-Robot Interactions” (2016) Advisor: Scheutz, Matthias Goldberg, Ariel

Briggs, GordonView (Tufts University), “Toward Dialogue and Reasoning Mechanisms to Enable More Natural and Socially-Appropriate Task-Based Human-Robot Interactions” (2016), Advisor: Scheutz, Matthias; Goldberg, Ariel

Alsaby, Faisal Abdullah, (The George Washington University), “Investigation and Development of a Novel Clustering Algorithm for Big Data Applications” (2016) Advisor: Berkovich, Simon Y.

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