Information Complexity and Statistical Modeling in High Dimensions with Applications



Information complexity criterion in the Gaussian graphical model: real data applications
Bülbül, Gül Bahar; Purutçuoğlu Gazi, Vilda (2018-07-03)
Information theory, entropy and urban spatial structure
Esmer, Özcan; Türel, Ali; Department of City and Regional Planning (2005)
Urban planning has witnessed the profound changes in the methodologies of modelling during the last 50 years. Spatial interaction models have passed from social physics, statistical mechanics to non-spatial and spatial information processing stages of progress that can be designated as paradigm shifts. This thesis traces the Maximum Entropy (MaxEnt) approach in urban planning as pioneered by Wilson (1967,1970) and Spatial Entropy concept by Batty (1974) based on the Information Theory and its developments b...
Information Decorrelation for an Interacting Multiple Model Filter
Acar, Duygu; Orguner, Umut (2018-07-13)
In a sensor network compensation of the correlated information caused by previous communication is of utmost interest for distributed estimation. In this paper, we investigate different information decorrelation approaches that can be applied when using an interacting multiple model filter in a local sensor node. The related decorrelation and the corresponding fusion operations are discussed. The different approaches are compared on a simple distributed single maneuvering target tracking example.
Information-centric sensor networks for cognitive IoT: an overview
Al-Turjman, Fadi M. (2017-02-01)
Information-centric sensor networks (ICSNs) are a paradigm of wireless sensor networks that focus on delivering information from the network based on user requirements, rather than serving as a point-to-point data communication network. Introducing learning in such networks can help to dynamically identify good data delivery paths by correlating past actions and results, make intelligent adaptations to improve the network lifetime, and also improve the quality of information delivered by the network to the ...
Information systems success and expectations for information technology investment: case study
Güvence, Çağrı Işık; Bilgen, Semih; Department of Information Systems (2005)
In this thesis, information systems success measurement practices and expectations for information technology investments of four companies in Turkey are examined. The aim of this study is to understand the information systems success measurement practices of the studied companies and the relation between the expectations for IT investment and IS success of these companies in Turkey.
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