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We consider the problem of geolocating two unknown co-channel emitters by a cluster of formation-flying satellites using both time difference of arrival (TDOA) and frequency difference of arrival (FDOA) measurements. As the association between the TDOA/FDOA measurements obtained by each pair of satellites and the corresponding emitters is typically not known, the emitter-measurement association and the emitters' locations need to be jointly estimated. In this paper, we first formulate the joint estimation problem as a mixed integer nonlinear optimization problem.

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Successive-cancellation list (SCL) decoding is an algorithm that provides very good error-correction performance for polar codes. However, its hardware implementation requires a large amount of memory, mainly to store intermediate results. In this paper, a partitioned SCL algorithm is proposed to reduce the large memory requirements of the conventional SCL algorithm. The decoder tree is broken into partitions that are decoded separately.

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Successive-cancellation list (SCL) decoding is an algorithm that provides very good error-correction performance for polar codes. However, its hardware implementation requires a large amount of memory, mainly to store intermediate results. In this paper, a partitioned SCL algorithm is proposed to reduce the large memory requirements of the conventional SCL algorithm. The decoder tree is broken into partitions that are decoded separately.

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A simple but effective method is proposed for learning compact random feature models that approximate non-linear kernel methods, in the context of acoustic modeling. The method is able to explore a large number of non-linear features while maintaining a compact model via feature selection more efficiently than existing approaches. For certain kernels, this random feature selection may be regarded as a means of non-linear feature selection at the level of the raw input features, which motivates additional methods for computational improvements.

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Image formation using the data from an array of sensors is a familiar problem in many fields such as radio astronomy, biomedical and geodetic imaging. The problem can be formulated as a least squares (LS) estimation problem and becomes ill-posed at high resolutions, i.e. large number of image pixels. In this paper we propose two regularization methods, one based on weighted truncation of the eigenvalue decomposition of the image deconvolution matrix and the other based on the prior knowledge of the ``dirty image" using the available data.

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Image formation using the data from an array of sensors is a familiar problem in many fields such as radio astronomy, biomedical and geodetic imaging. The problem can be formulated as a least squares (LS) estimation problem and becomes ill-posed at high resolutions, i.e. large number of image pixels. In this paper we propose two regularization methods, one based on weighted truncation of the eigenvalue decomposition of the image deconvolution matrix and the other based on the prior knowledge of the ``dirty image" using the available data.

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