Communications, Computation, Control, and Signal Processing: by Arogyaswami Paulraj, Vwani Roychowdhury, Charles D. Schaper

By Arogyaswami Paulraj, Vwani Roychowdhury, Charles D. Schaper

A. Paulraj*, V. Roychowdhury**, and C. Schaper* * Dept. of electric Engineering, Stanford collage ** Dept. of electric Engineering, UCLA Innumerable meetings are held all over the world at the topics of commu­ nications, computation, keep watch over and sign processing, and on their quite a few subdisciplines. consequently one would possibly not envision a coherent convention encom­ passing most of these components. despite the fact that, such an occasion did happen June 22-26, 1995, at a world symposium held at Stanford college to rejoice Professor Thomas Kailath's 60th birthday and to honor the remarkable con­ tributions made through him and his scholars and colleagues. The intensity of those contributions used to be glaring from the participation of such a lot of major figures in each one of those fields. Over the 5 days of the assembly, there have been approximately 2 hundred at­ tendees, from eighteen international locations, greater than twenty govt and business firms, and numerous engineering, arithmetic and facts colleges at approximately 50 various educational associations. They got here not just to have a good time but in addition to profit and to reflect on the threads and the connections that Professor Kailath has came upon and woven between such a lot of it sounds as if disparate components. The organizers bought many reviews concerning the richness of the celebration. A amazing educational wrote of the convention being "the unmarried so much lucrative expert occasion of my lifestyles. " this system is summarized in desk 1. 1; a letter of reflections by way of Dr. C. Rohrs looks a bit later.

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K. R. , New York, June 1993. [39] T. Kailath, B. Hassibi and A. Sayed, "HOO Filtering is Just Kalman Filtering in Krein Space," pp. 7-15 in Computing and Intelligent Systems, Eds. S. Keerthi, Y. Narhari, N. Viswanadham, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Co. , New Delhi, 1993. [40] L. Tong, G. Xu and T. Kailath, "Blind Identification and Equalization using Spectral Correlation Measures, Pt. II: A Time-Domain Approach," in Cyc/ostationarity in Communications and Signal Processing, Ed. A. Gardner, IEEE Press, 1994.

Constantinescu and T. Kailath, "Square-Root Algorithms for Structured Matrices, Interpolation, and Completion Problems," pp. 153-184 in Linear Algebra for Signal Processsng (IMA Volumes in Mathemathics and Its Applications, Volume 69), Ed. A. Bojanczyk and G. Cybenko, Springer-Verlag, 1995. [44] T. Kailath, C. Schaper, Y. Cho, P. Gyugyi, S. Norman, P. Park, C. Davis, M. Moslehi, S. Boyd, G. Franklin, K. Saraswat, "Control for Advanced Semiconductor Device Manufacturing: A Case History", pp. 471-486 in CRC Controls Handbook, Ed.

Semiconductor Manufacturing, 9(1):87-94, February 1996. Contributions in Books [1] T. Kailath, "Optimum Receivers for Randomly Varying Channels," pp. 189-122 in Information Theory, Ed. C. Cherry, Butterworths, London, 1961. [2] T. Kailath "Channel Characterization: Dispersive Channels," pp. 95-123, in Lectures on Communication System Theory, Ed. J. , New York, 1961. [3] T. Kailath "Estimation and Correlation Detection for Time-Variant Random Channels," pp. 306-320, in Lectures on Communication System Theory, Ed.

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