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PhD Theses

Kyle Wesson (The University of Texas at Austin), “Secure Navigation and Timing without Storage of Local Keys”, Prof. Brian Evans and Prof. Todd Humphreys, (2014)

Jing Lin (The University of Texas at Austin) “Robust Transceivers for Combating Impulsive Noise in Powerline Communications”, Advisor: Prof. Brian L. Evans, 2014

Asem A. Othman, (West Virginia University), “Mixing Biometric Data For Generating Joint Identities and Preserving Privacy”, Advisor: Prof. Arun A. Ross, 2013

Erich Zwyssig (University of Edinburgh)“Speech Processing Using Digital MEMS Microphones”, Advisor: Dr. Steve Renals and Dr. Mike Lincoln(2013)

Heather Roberta Pon-Barry (Harvard University), “Inferring Speaker Affect in Spoken Natural Language Communication”, Advisor: Prof. Stuart M Shieber (2013)

Feng Han (University of Maryland), “Energy efficiency optimization in green wireless communications”, Advisor: K. J. Ray Liu (2013)

Sha Wang (University of Ottawa), “Digital Watermarking Based Image and Video Quality Evaluation”, Advisor: Prof. Jiying Zhao (2013)

Thomas C. Null (Mississippi State University), “Novel techniques for processing data with an FMCW radar”, Advisor: Prof. Roger L. King (2013)

Linda Bai(University of Washington), “Compressive Detection and Estimation with Applications to Cognitive Radio and Radar”, Advisor: Sumit Roy (2013)

Thiagarajan, Jayaraman (Arizona State University), “Sparse methods in image understanding and computer vision”, Advisor: Prof. Andreas  Spanias (2013)

Image understanding has been playing an increasingly crucial role in vision applications. Sparse models form an important component in image understanding, since the statistics of natural images reveal the presence of sparse structure.



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