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Category Archive: NS2 PROJECT TITLES 2015

Promises of Conic Relaxation for Contingency-Constrained Optimal Power Flow Problem

This paper is concerned with the security-constrained optimal power flow (SCOPF) problem, where each contingency corresponds to the outage of an arbitrary number of lines and generators. The problem is studied by means of a convex relaxation, named semidefinite program (SDP). The existence of a rank-1 SDP solution guarantees the recovery of a global solution […]

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Ergodic Capacity of Interference Coordinated HetNet with Full-Duplex Small Cells

Full-duplex small cells provide a promising solution for meeting the capacity requirements of future wireless networks. The main objective of this paper is to analyse the sum ergodic capacity of full-duplex small cells operating in heterogeneous environments. A theoretical framework is developed and closed-form approximations for sum ergodic capacity have been derived. In order to evaluate […]

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Pluggable Electro-Optical Circuit Board Interconnect Based on Embedded Graded-Index Planar Glass Waveguides

Widespread adoption of electro-optical circuit boards based on embedded glass waveguide technology would enable seamless optical connectivity from external fiber-optic networks to system embedded optical interconnect architectures. In this paper, we report on the fabrication of planar multimode waveguides within thin glass foils based on a two-step thermal ion exchange process. Novel lamination techniques were developed to […]

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Experimental analysis and simulative validation of dynamic spectrum access for coexistence of 4G and future 5G systems

5G mobile networks will very likely include features that allow for a dynamic spectrum access (DSA) in order to exploit spectrum holes of a primary system. The efficient utilization of spectrum holes with minimum impairment of the primary system requires a waveform with a very low adjacent channel leakage ratio as well as robustness to time and […]

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Adaptive artificial bee colony based parameter selection for subpixel mapping multiagent system in remote-sensing imagery

Remote sensing has become an important source of land use/cover information at a range of spatial and temporal scales. The existence of mixed pixels is a major problem in remote-sensing image classification. Although the soft classification and spectral unmixing techniques can obtain an abundance of different classes in a pixel to solve the mixed pixel […]

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