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  • A Reconfigurable Analog Substrate for Highly Efficient Maximum Flow Computation 

    Liu, Gai; Zhang, Zhiru (2015-12)
    We present the design and analysis of a novel analog reconfigurable substrate that enables fast and efficient computation of maximum flow on directed graphs. The substrate is composed of memristors and standard analog ...
  • Two-Hop Interference Channels Impact of Linear Time-Varying Schemes 

    Issa, Ibrahim; Fong, Silas L.; Avestimehr, Salman (2013-02-26)
    We consider the two-hop interference channel (IC) with constant channel coefficients, which consists of two source-destination pairs, separated by two relays. We analyze the achievable degrees of freedom (DoF) of such ...
  • Connections: Prospects for Future Research. Fall 2005 

    Linke, Simpson (Sam) (Cornell University College of Engineering, 2005)
    This 14th edition ot Connections features the results of the "SEERS Project," a challenge to the ECE faculty to examine their respective areas and attempt a forecast of possible new developments and prospects for future ...
  • Connections: Computer Engineering Research. Spring 2004 

    Linke, Simpson (Sam) (Cornell University College of Engineering, 2004)
    This 13th edition of Connections features the challenging research of our computer engineering research group, updates the history of computer engineering in the EE/ECE School, and considers the impact on the ECE School ...
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    Linke, Simpson (Sam) (Cornell University College of Engineering, 2003)
    This twelfth edition of Connections features the challenging research of our biotechnology research group, relates the history of biotechnology in the EE/ECE School, and considers the impact on the ECE School of new ...

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