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Research on deep learning structure of neuromorphic computing systems has also been initialized. Research on RF ICs includes circuit and system designs for low-power wireless communications, high performance multi-antenna systems such as MIMO multiple input multiple output and phased-array radar, and wireless sensing and imaging applications, spanning RF and microwave to millimeter-wave frequencies. We have also initiated research on terahertz integrated radio and radar systems for diverse applications such as wireless communications, biological and chemical molecule sensing, and safety and security applications.
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Review of probability, random variables, and expectation. Study of correlation function and spectral density, ergodicity and duality between time averages and expected values, filters and dynamical systems. Characterization and distortion of wireless and wireline channels. Channel equalization and maximum likelihood sequence estimation. Channel precoding and pre-equalization. OFDM and transmit diversity.
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Array processing. Classic collision resolution algorithms. Carrier sensing multiple access and its performance analysis. System stability analysis. Capacity region of multi-access channels. Multi-access with correlated sources. Theory and applications of optimum Weiner and Kalman filtering. MAP and maximum likelihood estimation of hidden Markov models, Viterbi algorithm. Adaptive filtering algorithms, properties, and applications. Bayes and Neyman-Pearson likelihood-ratio tests for signal detection.
Maximum-likelihood parameter estimation. Detection of known and Gaussian signals in white or colored noise. Applications to communications, radar, signal processing.
Coding for analog sources. Characterization of signals and systems. Modulation and demodulation for the additive Gaussian channel. Digital signaling over bandwidth constrained linear filter channels and over fading multipath channels. Spread spectrum signals. Measure of information.
Redundancy reduction encoding of an information source. Capacity of a communication channel, error-free communications. EECA — Error Correcting Codes I Catalog Description : Introduction to the theory and practice of block codes, linear block codes, cyclic codes, decoding algorithms, coding techniques. EECB — Error Correcting Codes II Catalog Description : Introduction to convolutional codes, turbo codes, trellis and block coded modulation codes, soft-decision decoding algorithms, the Viterbi algorithm, reliability-based decoding, trellis-based decoding, multistage decoding.
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Design and implementation of processor algorithms, architectures, control, functional units, and circuit topologies for increased performance and reduced circuit size and power dissipation. EEC — Advanced Design Verification Of Digital Systems Catalog Description : This course is intended to introduce graduate students in electrical and computer engineering to the recent theory and practice in design verification of digital systems, including use of modern CAD tools.
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Catalog Description : An advanced treatment of electromagnetics with applications to passive microwave devices and antennas. Catalog Description : Design and analysis of interconnects in high-speed circuits and sub-systems; understanding of high-speed signal propagation and signal integrity concepts; electromagnetic modeling tools and experimental techniques. Catalog Description : Physics and technology of electron beam emission, flow and transport, electron gun design, space charge waves and klystrons with applications to accelerator systems, RF power sources for radar and communication systems, thermionic energy conversion, and electric space propulsion.
Catalog Description : Theory, modeling, and experimental design of traveling wave tubes, backward wave oscillators, and extended interaction oscillators employed in satellite commutations, plasma imaging, and underground imaging systems. Catalog Description : Physics and technology of gyrotrons, gyro-amplifiers, free electron lasers, magnetrons, cross-field amplifiers, and relativistic devices employed in plasma fusion reactors, microwave heating, and high power microwave applications.
Catalog Description : Optical propagation of electromagnetic waves and beams in photonic components and the design of such devices using numerical techniques. Catalog Description : Nonlinear optical interactions have important applications in optical information processing, telecommunications and integrated optics. Catalog Description : Theoretical and practical description of lasers. Catalog Description : Quantum mechanical description of lasers and interactions of materials with laser light.
Catalog Description : Understanding of fundamental optical transitions in semiconductors and quantum-confined systems are applied to diode lasers and selected photonic devices. Catalog Description : Physical layer issues for component and system technologies in optical fiber networks. Catalog Description : Physical layer optical communications systems in network architectures and protocols. Catalog Description : Physical principles, characteristics and models of various semiconductor devices including: P-N junction and metal-insulator-semiconductor diodes, junction and insulated gated field effect transistors.
Catalog Description : Examines molecules for electronic devices and sensors. Catalog Description : Physics of nano-structured materials and device operation. Catalog Description : Testing of surface micromachined MEMS devices including post-processing, design of test fixtures and test methodology, measurements, and data analysis.
Catalog Description : Individualized projects in the fabrication of analog or digital integrated circuits. Catalog Description : Semiconductor devices, including MOSFETs, heterojunction transistors, light-emitting diodes, lasers, sensors, detectors, power and high-voltage transistors, MEMS resonators, organic semiconductors and photovoltaics. Catalog Description : Physics and application of first, second, and third-generation photovoltaics and solar cells, including design, fabrication technology, and grid incorporation. Catalog Description : Mathematical description of systems, selected topics in linear algebra.
Catalog Description : Nonlinear differential equations, second-order systems, approximation methods, Lyapunov stability, absolute stability, Popov criterion, circle criterion, feedback linearization techniques. Catalog Description : Review of single-loop feedback design. Catalog Description : Modeling optimization problems existing in engineering design and other applications; optimality conditions; unconstrained optimization gradient, Newton, conjugate gradient and quasi-Newton methods ; duality and Lagrangian relaxation; constrained optimization Primal method and an introduction to penalty and augmented Lagrangian methods.
Catalog Description : Introduction to robotic systems. Catalog Description : Markov Decision Processes MDP , dynamic programming, multi-armed bandit and restless bandit, Partially observable MDP, optimal stopping, stochastic scheduling, sequential detection and quickest change detection, competitive MDP and game theory, applications in dynamic systems such as queueing networks, communication networks, and social economic systems. Catalog Description : Random processes as probabilistic models for signals and noise. Catalog Description : Signal processing in wireless and wireline communication systems.
Catalog Description : Maximum stable throughput of Poisson collision channels. Catalog Description : Geometric formulation of least-squares estimation problems. Catalog Description : Introduction to parameter estimation and detection of signals in noise.
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