Mainak Chowdhury
Mainak Chowdhury
PhD Student, Stanford University
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Deterministic matrices matching the compressed sensing phase transitions of Gaussian random matrices
H Monajemi, S Jafarpour, M Gavish, DL Donoho, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (4), 1181-1186, 2013
852013
QualComp: a new lossy compressor for quality scores based on rate distortion theory
I Ochoa, H Asnani, D Bharadia, M Chowdhury, T Weissman, G Yona
BMC bioinformatics 14 (1), 187, 2013
522013
QualComp: a new lossy compressor for quality scores based on rate distortion theory
I Ochoa, H Asnani, D Bharadia, M Chowdhury, T Weissman, G Yona
BMC bioinformatics 14 (1), 187, 2013
522013
Cytodiagnosis of thyroid lesions-usefulness and pitfalls: A study of 288 cases
M Guhamallick, S Sengupta, NK Bhattacharya, N Basu, S Roy, AK Ghosh, ...
Journal of cytology 25 (1), 6, 2008
522008
Optimal pricing to manage electric vehicles in coupled power and transportation networks
M Alizadeh, HT Wai, M Chowdhury, A Goldsmith, A Scaglione, T Javidi
IEEE Transactions on Control of Network Systems 4 (4), 863-875, 2016
502016
Scaling laws for noncoherent energy-based communications in the SIMO MAC
M Chowdhury, A Manolakos, A Goldsmith
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory 62 (4), 1980-1992, 2016
432016
Design and performance of noncoherent massive SIMO systems
M Chowdhury, A Manolakos, AJ Goldsmith
2014 48th Annual Conference on Information Sciences and Systems (CISS), 1-6, 2014
342014
Energy-based modulation for noncoherent massive SIMO systems
A Manolakos, M Chowdhury, A Goldsmith
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 15 (11), 7831-7846, 2016
322016
Constellation design in noncoherent massive SIMO systems
A Manolakos, M Chowdhury, AJ Goldsmith
2014 IEEE Global Communications Conference, 3690-3695, 2014
272014
CSI is not needed for optimal scaling in multiuser massive SIMO systems
A Manolakos, M Chowdhury, AJ Goldsmith
2014 IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory, 3117-3121, 2014
232014
Time-slotted transmission over molecular timing channels
Y Murin, N Farsad, M Chowdhury, A Goldsmith
Nano communication networks 12, 12-24, 2017
202017
Communication over diffusion-based molecular timing channels
Y Murin, N Farsad, M Chowdhury, A Goldsmith
2016 IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM), 1-6, 2016
192016
Acetaminophen as a renoprotective adjunctive treatment in patients with severe and moderately severe falciparum malaria: a randomized, controlled, open-label trial
K Plewes, HWF Kingston, A Ghose, T Wattanakul, MMU Hassan, ...
Clinical Infectious Diseases 67 (7), 991-999, 2018
162018
Rickettsial illnesses as important causes of febrile illness in Chittagong, Bangladesh
HW Kingston, M Hossain, S Leopold, T Anantatat, ...
Emerging infectious diseases 24 (4), 638, 2018
142018
Resource pooling via dynamic spectrum-level slicing across heterogeneous networks
AA Gebremariam, M Chowdhury, A Goldsmith, F Granelli
2017 14th IEEE Annual Consumer Communications & Networking Conference (CCNC …, 2017
142017
Benefits of storage control for wind power producers in power markets
M Chowdhury, M Rao, Y Zhao, T Javidi, A Goldsmith
IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy 7 (4), 1492-1505, 2016
142016
A new modulation technique for Doppler compensation in frequency-dispersive channels
T Dean, M Chowdhury, A Goldsmith
2017 IEEE 28th Annual International Symposium on Personal, Indoor, and …, 2017
112017
Optimal detection for diffusion-based molecular timing channels
Y Murin, N Farsad, M Chowdhury, A Goldsmith
arXiv preprint arXiv:1709.02977, 2017
102017
Multiplexing and diversity gains in noncoherent massive MIMO systems
M Chowdhury, A Manolakos, A Goldsmith
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 16 (1), 265-277, 2016
92016
Benefits of coding in a noncoherent massive SIMO system
B Knott, M Chowdhury, A Manolakos, AJ Goldsmith
2015 IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC), 2350-2355, 2015
92015
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