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157 | Combining geometry and combinatorics: A unified approach to sparse signal recovery
- Berinde, Gilbert, et al.
- 2008
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Citation Context ...omputer science and combinatorics [5].sCombinatorics are usually found in solving complex systemsssuch as graph theory applications and NP-complete problemss[6]. Sparse signal recovery is achieved in =-=[7]-=- by combiningstwo approaches, geometry and combinatorics.sWisam Nader, MS studentsArchitectural EngineeringsUniversity of Nebraska-LincolnsOmaha, USAswnader@unomaha.edusOn the other hand, power consum... |

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A realistic power consumption model for wireless sensor network devices.
- Wang, Hempstead, et al.
- 2006
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Citation Context ...@unomaha.edusOn the other hand, power consumption models have beensproposed for different applications and systems. A realisticspower consumption model for wireless sensor network devicessproposed in =-=[8]-=- can assist in designing the hardware and thessoftware of more energy efficient wireless devices and theirspower management systems. Another power consumptionsmodel of wireless networks is designed, i... |

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Energy Consumption Model for Power Management in Wireless Sensor Networks, in:
- Wang, Yang
- 2007
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Citation Context ... hardware and thessoftware of more energy efficient wireless devices and theirspower management systems. Another power consumptionsmodel of wireless networks is designed, implemented andsvalidated in =-=[9]-=- using wireless devices from the market.sModels to forecast power consumption of power systems aresproposed in [10] to serve the major purpose in commercialsrelations of regional systems with the whol... |

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Infinitesimal computations in
- Sullivan
- 1977
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Citation Context ...ons can be done by analyticstechniques of computer science and combinatorics [5].sCombinatorics are usually found in solving complex systemsssuch as graph theory applications and NP-complete problemss=-=[6]-=-. Sparse signal recovery is achieved in [7] by combiningstwo approaches, geometry and combinatorics.sWisam Nader, MS studentsArchitectural EngineeringsUniversity of Nebraska-LincolnsOmaha, USAswnader@... |

4 | Combinatorics at Electronic Circuit Realization
- Györök, Lakner
- 2009
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Citation Context ...s. Combinatorics has been used bysresearchers and engineers in many fields of science.sCombinatorics-based methodology is proposed in [1] toscalculate pulse repetition frequency (PRF) set quality. In =-=[2]-=-srealizing electronic circuit components is based on ascombinatorics based algorithm and the field programmablesanalog array (FPAA). Detecting objects via generation of highslevel combinatorics and ap... |

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Medium PRF set selection: an approach through combinatorics
- Thomas, Berg
- 1994
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Citation Context ...to operate a system of a specific number ofspower consuming devices. Combinatorics has been used bysresearchers and engineers in many fields of science.sCombinatorics-based methodology is proposed in =-=[1]-=- toscalculate pulse repetition frequency (PRF) set quality. In [2]srealizing electronic circuit components is based on ascombinatorics based algorithm and the field programmablesanalog array (FPAA). D... |

2 | RelCom: Relational combinatorics features for rapid object detection
- Venkataraman, Porikli
- 2010
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Citation Context ...scombinatorics based algorithm and the field programmablesanalog array (FPAA). Detecting objects via generation of highslevel combinatorics and applying relational operators issdiscussed in detail in =-=[3]-=-, the proposed method is simple butsyet powerful for object detection. To assist in solvingscombinatorics problems, researchers in [4] have built a virtualsenvironment which helps in modeling, learnin... |

2 | Benefits of Knowledge-Based Interactive Learning Environments: A Case in Combinatorics
- Giroire, Calvez, et al.
- 2006
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Citation Context ...orics and applying relational operators issdiscussed in detail in [3], the proposed method is simple butsyet powerful for object detection. To assist in solvingscombinatorics problems, researchers in =-=[4]-=- have built a virtualsenvironment which helps in modeling, learning and solvingssuch problems.sSolving complex problems and counting ofspossible combinations of solutions can be done by analyticstechn... |

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Analytic algorithmics, combinatorics, and information theory," Information Theory Workshop, 2005
- Szpankowski
- 2005
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Citation Context ...s in modeling, learning and solvingssuch problems.sSolving complex problems and counting ofspossible combinations of solutions can be done by analyticstechniques of computer science and combinatorics =-=[5]-=-.sCombinatorics are usually found in solving complex systemsssuch as graph theory applications and NP-complete problemss[6]. Sparse signal recovery is achieved in [7] by combiningstwo approaches, geom... |

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Forecasting models of power consumption and loading of power systems with features of their functioning in the power market
- Filippova, Rusina, et al.
- 2007
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Citation Context ...ower consumptionsmodel of wireless networks is designed, implemented andsvalidated in [9] using wireless devices from the market.sModels to forecast power consumption of power systems aresproposed in =-=[10]-=- to serve the major purpose in commercialsrelations of regional systems with the wholesale powersmarket.sThis paper discusses four possible cases of operatingsnumber of n loads powered by a single sou... |