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Design and Analysis of Multilevel Coded Modulation for Multi-Node Networks
During the last several decades, information theory has made signiﬁcant advances in the analysis of the limits of communication in multi-node networks and the methods that can approach those limits. This dissertation studies ...
A Generalization of the Community Detection Problem via Side Information
The standard community detection consists of observing a graph and detecting its node labels. However, many practical problems offer further information about the individual node labels, which we denote side information. ...
Advances in Message-Passing Algorithms in Propositional and Lifted Graphical Models
With the profusion of data across new and complicated domains, the compactness and expressivity of PGMs have made them a cornerstone of modern, data-driven technologies. Unfortunately, PGMs suffer one substantial drawback; ...
Access and Information Flow control in Cloud Environments
Different service computing paradigms have been widely supported in the Cloud. A wide varieties of services from different providers belonging to different domains are hosted in the cloud. These services can be composed ...
Information Theory Based Classification Method and its Application In Atrial Fibrillation Detection
A novel mutual information-based classification (MIC) method is introduced. MIC selects features that carry the highest mutual information from the set of all available features. In testing, MIC combines the test subject ...