A Comprehensive Theory of Volumetric Radiance Estimation Using Photon Points and Beams
We develop a novel, comprehensive theory of volumetric radiance estimation that leads to several new insights and includes all previously published estimates as special cases.
Managing Location Privacy in Cellular Networks with Femtocell Deployments
In this work, we present a station identity management system that enables preserving femtocell base stations location privacy.
Enhanced Power Saving Mode for Low-Latency Communication in Multi-Hop 802.11 Networks
The Future Internet of Things (IoT) will connect billions of battery-powered radio-enabled devices. Some of them may need to communicate with each other and with Internet gateways (border routers) over multi-hop links.
Contiki80211: An IEEE 802.11 Radio Link Layer for the Contiki OS
We believe that the existing 802.11 standards can be optimized (especially in terms of energy-efficiency) to make Wi-Fi suitable for a wide range of IoT applications.
Physical Face Cloning
We propose a complete process for designing, simulating, and fabricating synthetic skin for an animatronics character that mimics the face of a given subject and its expressions.
The Magic Lens: Refractive Steganography
We present an automatic approach to design and manufacture passive display devices based on optical hidden image decoding.
Computational Design of Mechanical Characters
We present an interactive design system that allows non-expert users to create animated mechanical characters.
Computational Design of Actuated Deformable Characters
We present a method for fabrication-oriented design of actuated deformable characters that allows a user to automatically create physical replicas of digitally designed characters using rapid manufacturing technologies.
An LED-to-LED Visible Light Communication System with Software-Based Synchronization
The proposed system enables new entertaining applications by creating the illusion (for a human observer) that both transmitting and receiving LEDs are always switched on.
LED-to-LED Visible Light Communication Networks
We present and evaluate a software-based VLC physical layer and a VLC medium access control layer that retain the simplicity of the LED-to-LED approach. The design satisfies the requirement that LEDs should always be perceived as on with constant brightness.
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