Fractal Point Process and Queueing Theory and Application to Communication Networks
Annual rept. 1 Jun 97-31 May 98
MASSACHUSETTS INST OF TECH CAMBRIDGE RESEARCH LAB OF ELECTRONICS
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In the past year, our broad program of research has continued to explore efficient solutions fundamental problems of communication for wireless and wired networks, exploiting interrelated perspectives from communication theory, information theory, signal processing theory, control theory, and systems theory. As part of this work novel applications of fractal geometry, chaos, stochastic resonance, and other phenomena exhibited by nonlinear systems, are also being explored.
- Radio Communications
- Operations Research