A study on nonlinear resistive networks.

Payzın, Ahmet Erbil


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Solvability and terminal solvability of arbitrary interconnected RLC networks that contain multiterminal ideal transformers and ideal gyrators.
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In this thesis, two key issues regarding M-ary orthogonal signaling systems, namely channel estimation and symbol timing recovery are investigated. Kasami codes, which are also called quasi orthogonal codes, are used for transmission of the information in place of orthogonal waveforms. In order to achieve symbol synchronization, a timing recovery scheme based on the Maximum Likelihood (ML) estimation of timing offset is proposed and the effects of proposed structure over the receiver performance are examine...
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Recent research has shown that collective classification in relational data often exhibit significant performance gains over conventional approaches that classify instances individually. This is primarily due to the presence of autocorrelation in relational datasets, meaning that the class labels of related entities are correlated and inferences about one instance can be used to improve inferences about linked instances. Statistical relational learning techniques exploit relational autocorrelation by modeli...
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A. E. Payzın, “A study on nonlinear resistive networks.,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 1975.