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Some Sufficient Conditions for the Existence of D-ary Fix-Free Codes

7th International ITG Conference on Source and Channel Coding, 2008

A special class of fix-free codes called gamma-expandable fix-free codes is defined. An exact sufficient condition for the existence of a gamma-expandable D-ary fix-free code is derived. Using the concept of gamma-expandability we present some Kraft-type sufficient conditions for the existence of D-ary fix- free codes.


Analysis Of The Plasma Magnetohydrodynamic Equilibrium in iron code transformer Tokamak HL-1M

IEEE Conference Record - Abstracts. 1992 IEEE International Conference on Plasma, 1993

Summary form only given, as follows. The physical and mathematical model are presented on the problem of NHD equilibrium with the self consistent in iron core transformer HL-1M. Calculation and analysis for the plasma equilibrium of the stable boundary and free boundary are show respectively in an axisymmetric equilibrium of two dimensions.


Session: random access communications

1988 IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory., 1988

The following topics are dealt with: stability conditions; multiple reception; ternary feedback channels; multihop packet radio network topology and capacity; quasi-birth-death models; and multigroup system performance analysis.<<ETX>>


Comments, with reply, on "Estimating the robust dead time for closed-loop stability" by A.K. El-Sakkary

IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, 1989

The commenters illustrate how easy it is to find the upper bound on the robust dead time for closed-loop stability as compared to a method for obtaining only its estimate, proposed in the above-mentioned paper (ibid., vol.33, no.6, p.599-601, June 1988). The author restates his main result and shows that it serves a purpose that was overlooked by the commenters.<<ETX>>


Comments on "Fast approximation of Kullback-Leibler distance for dependence trees and hidden Markov models"

IEEE Signal Processing Letters, 2003

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  • Some Sufficient Conditions for the Existence of D-ary Fix-Free Codes

    A special class of fix-free codes called gamma-expandable fix-free codes is defined. An exact sufficient condition for the existence of a gamma-expandable D-ary fix-free code is derived. Using the concept of gamma-expandability we present some Kraft-type sufficient conditions for the existence of D-ary fix- free codes.

  • Analysis Of The Plasma Magnetohydrodynamic Equilibrium in iron code transformer Tokamak HL-1M

    Summary form only given, as follows. The physical and mathematical model are presented on the problem of NHD equilibrium with the self consistent in iron core transformer HL-1M. Calculation and analysis for the plasma equilibrium of the stable boundary and free boundary are show respectively in an axisymmetric equilibrium of two dimensions.

  • Session: random access communications

    The following topics are dealt with: stability conditions; multiple reception; ternary feedback channels; multihop packet radio network topology and capacity; quasi-birth-death models; and multigroup system performance analysis.<<ETX>>

  • Comments, with reply, on "Estimating the robust dead time for closed-loop stability" by A.K. El-Sakkary

    The commenters illustrate how easy it is to find the upper bound on the robust dead time for closed-loop stability as compared to a method for obtaining only its estimate, proposed in the above-mentioned paper (ibid., vol.33, no.6, p.599-601, June 1988). The author restates his main result and shows that it serves a purpose that was overlooked by the commenters.<<ETX>>

  • Comments on "Fast approximation of Kullback-Leibler distance for dependence trees and hidden Markov models"

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  • A Necessary Condition on the Location of Pilot Tones for Maximizing the Correction Capacity in OFDM Systems

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  • Quadratic number fields with class numbers divisible by a prime q

    Let q≥5 be a prime number. Let$k={\BBQ}(\sqrt{d})$be a quadratic number field, where$d = (-1)^{(q(q-1))/(2)}\bullet (-(q-1)^{q-1}uw^{q}+u^{2}q^{q})$. Then the class number of k is divisible by q for certain integers u, w. Conversely, assume Ω/k is an unramified cyclic extension of degree q(which implies the class number of k is divisible by q), and Ω is the splitting field of some irreducible trinomial f(X) = Xq-aX-b with integer coefficients,$k={\BBQ}(\sqrt{D(f)})$with D(f) the discriminant of f(X). Then f(X) must be of the form f(X= Xq-uq−2wX-uq−1in a certain sense where u, w are certain integers. Therefore,$k={\BBQ}(\sqrt{d})$with$d = (-1)^{(q(q-1))/(2)} (-(q-1)^{q-1}uw^{q}+u^{2}q^{q})$. Moreover, the above two results are both generalized for certain kinds of general polynomials.

  • Author's reply And Revision For Time-varying Weights

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  • Lumpable hidden Markov models-model reduction and reduced complexity filtering

    This paper is concerned with filtering of hidden Markov processes (HMP) which possess (or approximately possess) the property of lumpability. This property is a generalization of the property of lumpability of a Markov chain which has been previously addressed by others. In essence, the property of lumpability means that there is a partition of the (atomic) states of the Markov chain into aggregated sets which act in a similar manner as far as the state dynamics and observation statistics are concerned. We prove necessary and sufficient conditions on the HMP for exact lumpability to hold. For a particular class of hidden Markov models (HMM), namely finite output alphabet models, conditions for lumpability of all HMP representable by a specified HMM are given. The corresponding optimal filter algorithms for the aggregated states are then derived. The paper also describes an approach to efficient suboptimal filtering for HMP which are approximately lumpable. By this we mean that the HMM generating the process may be approximated by a lumpable HMM. This approach involves directly finding a lumped HMM which approximates the original HMM well, in a matrix norm sense. An alternative approach for model reduction based on approximating a given HMM by an exactly lumpable HMM is also derived. This method is based on the alternating convex projections algorithm. Some simulation examples are presented which illustrate the performance of the suboptimal filtering algorithms.

  • A necessary and sufficient condition for acyclic graphs

    This letter gives a new necessary and sufficient condition to determine whether a directed graph is acyclic.



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