Electrical and Electronic Engineering - Theses
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Selected topics on massive MIMO networks
Massive Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) technology promises to deliver substantial gains in spectral efficiency and is set to play an important role in next generation mobile networks. This thesis examines the key ...
Energy efficiency of wireless network using coordinated gated narrow beams
With the ever-increasing demand for wireless service and higher data rate, the wireless network has experienced an unprecedented growth worldwide in the past decade and it is expected to grow continuously. Energy efficiency ...
Modelling and analysis of networked control systems implemented over WirelessHART
Recent advances in wireless networking, sensing, computing, and control are changing the way control systems exchange information. Sensor nodes attached to the physical process sample and transmit their measurements to the ...
High-performance printable electronics for memory and neuromorphic application
Solution-process or printable electronics is a potentially new disruptive technology that well suited for the fabrication of low-cost, high performance and transparent electronics with superior compatibility with various ...
Resource allocation in energy harvesting relay networks
As the demand for low power Internet-of-things (IoT) devices rises, connectivity becomes a major challenge. Cooperative communication with radio frequency energy harvesting can improve connectivity. Sensor nodes which do ...
Adaptive canonical correlation analysis methods for effective fMRI data analysis
Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) is a powerful non-invasive technique that enables monitoring blood oxygenation level dependent (BOLD) contrasts as a proxy for neuronal activity. fMRI data analysis is an emerging ...
Automatic assessment system for quantification and classification of pure tremor and Parkinsonian tremor
With the changing lifestyle and environment around us, the prevalence of the critical and incurable disease has proliferated. One such condition is the neurological disorder which is rampant among the old age population ...
Energy consumption of Internet of Things applications and services
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a new paradigm of interconnectivity that has recently garnered attention in the field of ICT, with an estimated proliferation of 50-200 billion connected devices (i.e. IoT/smart devices) by ...
Privacy-preserving machine learning and data aggregation for Internet of Things
The proliferation of Internet of Things (IoT) devices has contributed to the emergence of participatory sensing (PS) and collaborative learning (CL), where multiple participants collect and report their data to a cloud ...
Graphene quantum dot based electronic devices
Among all graphene derivatives, the graphene quantum dot (GQD), a fragment limited in size, or domains, of a single-layer two-dimensional graphene crystal, has been investigated with much interest by the global research ...