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Li, J., Liu, H., Wu, J., Zhu, J., Huifeng, Y., Rui, X..  2019.  Research on Nonlinear Frequency Hopping Communication Under Big Data. 2019 International Conference on Computer Network, Electronic and Automation (ICCNEA). :349—354.

Aiming at the problems of poor stability and low accuracy of current communication data informatization processing methods, this paper proposes a research on nonlinear frequency hopping communication data informatization under the framework of big data security evaluation. By adding a frequency hopping mediation module to the frequency hopping communication safety evaluation framework, the communication interference information is discretely processed, and the data parameters of the nonlinear frequency hopping communication data are corrected and converted by combining a fast clustering analysis algorithm, so that the informatization processing of the nonlinear frequency hopping communication data under the big data safety evaluation framework is completed. Finally, experiments prove that the research on data informatization of nonlinear frequency hopping communication under the framework of big data security evaluation could effectively improve the accuracy and stability.

Khomytska, Iryna, Teslyuk, Vasyl.  2019.  Mathematical Methods Applied for Authorship Attribution on the Phonological Level. 2019 IEEE 14th International Conference on Computer Sciences and Information Technologies (CSIT). 3:7—11.

The proposed combination of statistical methods has proved efficient for authorship attribution. The complex analysis method based on the proposed combination of statistical methods has made it possible to minimize the number of phoneme groups by which the authorial differentiation of texts has been done.

Azhagumurgan, R., Sivaraman, K., Ramachandran, S. S., Yuvaraj, R., Veeraraghavan, A. K..  2018.  Design and Development of Acoustic Power Transfer Using Infrasonic Sound. 2018 International Conference on Power, Energy, Control and Transmission Systems (ICPECTS). :43–46.
Wireless transmission of power has been in research for over a century. Our project aims at transmitting electric power over a distance of room. Various methods using microwaves, lasers, inductive coupling, capacitive coupling and acoustic medium have been used. In our project, we are majorly focusing on acoustic method of transferring power. Previous attempts of transferring power using acoustic methods have employed the usage of ultrasonic sound. In our project, we are using infrasonic sound as a medium to transfer electrical power. For this purpose, we are using suitable transducers and converters to transmit electric power from the 220V AC power supply to a load over a considerable distance. This technology can be used to wirelessly charge various devices more effectively.
Wang, Q., Geiger, R. L..  2017.  Visible but Transparent Hardware Trojans in Clock Generation Circuits. 2017 IEEE National Aerospace and Electronics Conference (NAECON). :354–357.

Hardware Trojans that can be easily embedded in synchronous clock generation circuits typical of what are used in large digital systems are discussed. These Trojans are both visible and transparent. Since they are visible, they will penetrate split-lot manufacturing security methods and their transparency will render existing detection methods ineffective.

Zhao Yijiu, Long Ling, Zhuang Xiaoyan, Dai Zhijian.  2015.  "Model calibration for compressive sampling system with non-ideal lowpass filter". 2015 12th IEEE International Conference on Electronic Measurement Instruments (ICEMI). 02:808-812.

This paper presents a model calibration algorithm for the modulated wideband converter (MWC) with non-ideal analog lowpass filter (LPF). The presented technique uses a test signal to estimate the finite impulse response (FIR) of the practical non-ideal LPF, and then a digital compensation filter is designed to calibrate the approximated FIR filter in the digital domain. At the cost of a moderate oversampling rate, the calibrated filter performs as an ideal LPF. The calibrated model uses the MWC system with non-ideal LPF to capture the samples of underlying signal, and then the samples are filtered by the digital compensation filter. Experimental results indicate that, without making any changes to the architecture of MWC, the proposed algorithm can obtain the samples as that of standard MWC with ideal LPF, and the signal can be reconstructed with overwhelming probability.

Khojastepour, M.A., Aryafar, E., Sundaresan, K., Mahindra, R., Rangarajan, S..  2014.  Exploring the potential for full-duplex in legacy LTE systems. Sensing, Communication, and Networking (SECON), 2014 Eleventh Annual IEEE International Conference on. :10-18.

With the growing demand for increased spectral efficiencies, there has been renewed interest in enabling full-duplex communications. However, existing approaches to enable full-duplex require a clean-slate approach to address the key challenge in full-duplex, namely self-interference suppression. This serves as a big deterrent to enabling full-duplex in existing cellular networks. Towards our vision of enabling full-duplex in legacy cellular, specifically LTE networks, with no modifications to existing hardware at BS and client as well as technology specific industry standards, we present the design of our experimental system FD-LTE, that incorporates a combination of passive SI cancellation schemes, with legacy LTE half-duplex BS and client devices. We build a prototype of FD-LTE, integrate it with LTE's evolved packet core and conduct over-the-air experiments to explore the feasibility and potential for full-duplex with legacy LTE networks. We report promising experimental results from FD-LTE, which currently applies to scenarios with limited ranges that is typical of small cells.