Thesis Supervision

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Thesis Research Supervision


  • M.S. Brian Sargent “A study of linearly constrained Bayesian decision.” 1973
  • M.S. Steven Dingman “Performance comparison of two detectors.” 1975
  • Ph.D. Richard Poulsen “Evaluation of the constrained Bayesian methodology for signal detection.” 1977
  • Ph.D. Daniel Bukofzer “Coherent and noncoherent detection of cyclostationary signals in cyclostationary noise.” 1979
  • Ph.D. Louis Botsford “Modeling, stability, and optimization of aquatic productive systems.” 1979
  • M.S. James Kazakov “A study of the LMS algorithm for adaptive estimation.” 1980
  • M.S. Phillip Kelley “Pilot-directed adaptive signal extraction and rapidly converging computationally efficient algorithms.” 1982
  • Ph.D. Mehrdad Hajivandi “Tracking performance of stochastic-gradient algorithms for nonstationary processes.” 1982
  • M.S. Catherine French “Spread Spectrum despreading without the code.” 1984
  • M.S. Brian Agee “Multichannel adaptive signal extraction using embedded pilot signals.” 1985
  • M.S. Chinkang Chen “Spectral correlation of modulated signals.” 1985
  • M.S. James Holl “Optimization-based adaptive filters for periodic signals in noise.” 1985
  • Ph.D. William Brown “On the theory of cyclostationary signals.” 1987
  • M.S. Stephan Schell “Self coherence restoral (SCORE): A new approach to blind adaptation of antenna arrays.” 1987
  • M.S. Chad Spooner “Performance evaluation of detectors for cyclostationary signals.” 1988
  • Ph.D. Randy Roberts “Digital architectures for cyclic spectral analysis.” 1989
  • M.S. Robert Calabretta “On cyclic MUSIC algorithms for signal-selective direction estimation.” 1989
  • Ph.D. Brian Agee “The property restoral approach to blind adaptive signal extraction.” 1989
  • Ph.D. Chihkang Chen “Spectral correlation characterization of modulated signals with application to signal detection and source location.” 1989
  • M.S. Teri Archer “Exploitation of cyclostationarity for identifying the Volterra kernels of a nonlinear system.” 1990
  • Ph.D. Stephan Schell “Exploitation of spectral correlation for signal-selective direction finding.” 1990
  • Ph.D. Chad Spooner “Theory and application of higher-order cyclostationarity.” 1992
  • M.S. Grace Yeung, “New methods of cycle detection.” 1993
  • M.S. Peter Murphy, “Performance evaluation of a blind adaptive antenna array in cellular Communications for increasing capacity.” 1993
  • M.S. Gene Fong, “Evaluation of least-squares algorithms for detection and estimation of cyclostationary signals.” 1993
  • M.S. Jeffrey Schenck, “Evaluation of a method for blind adaptive spatial processing.” 1994
  • Ph.D. Earl W. McCune, Jr. “Extended phase-shift keying.” 1998
  • M.S. Kurt E. Sundstrom, “Time-variant filtering for GSM signal separation.” 1998
  • Ph.D. Mathew A. Mow, “Periodically-time-variant spatio-temporal filtering for improvement of GSM networks.” 1998
  • Ph.D. Mark Kahn “Adapting spatio-temporal filters by generalized canonical correlation analysis.” 1998 (incomplete)

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