Marc Moonen

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Mathematics - Information Theory (4)
 
Computer Science - Information Theory (4)
 
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Publications Authored By Marc Moonen

A distributed multi-speaker voice activity detection (DM-VAD) method for wireless acoustic sensor networks (WASNs) is proposed. DM-VAD is required in many signal processing applications, e.g. Read More

We study a distributed node-specific parameter estimation problem where each node in a wireless sensor network is interested in the simultaneous estimation of different vectors of parameters that can be of local interest, of common interest to a subset of nodes, or of global interest to the whole network. We assume a setting where the nodes do not know which other nodes share the same estimation interests. First, we conduct a theoretical analysis on the asymptotic bias that results in case the nodes blindly process all the local estimates of all their neighbors to solve their own node-specific parameter estimation problem. Read More

This paper considers the problem of tracking a dynamic sparse channel in a broadband wireless communication system. A probabilistic signal model is firstly proposed to describe the special features of temporal correlations of dynamic sparse channels: path delays change slowly over time, while path gains evolve faster. Based on such temporal correlations, we then propose the differential orthogonal matching pursuit (D-OMP) algorithm to track a dynamic sparse channel in a sequential way by updating the small channel variation over time. Read More

Dynamic spectrum management is recognized as a key technique to tackle interference in multi-user multi-carrier communication systems and networks. However existing dynamic spectrum management algorithms may not be suitable when the available computation time and compute power are limited, i.e. Read More

Dynamic spectrum management (DSM) has been recognized as a key technology to significantly improve the performance of digital subscriber line (DSL) broadband access networks. The basic concept of DSM is to coordinate transmission over multiple DSL lines so as to mitigate the impact of crosstalk interference amongst them. Many algorithms have been proposed to tackle the nonconvex optimization problems appearing in DSM, almost all of them relying on a standard subgradient based dual decomposition approach. Read More

In xDSL systems, crosstalk can be separated into two categories, namely in-domain crosstalk and out-of-domain crosstalk. In-domain crosstalk is also refered to as self crosstalk. Out-of-domain crosstalk is crosstalk originating from outside the multi-pair system and is also denoted as external noise (alien crosstalk, radio frequency interference,. Read More

Recently, the duality between Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) Multiple Access Channels (MAC) and MIMO Broadcast Channels (BC) has been established under a total power constraint. The same set of rates for MAC can be achieved in BC exploiting the MAC-BC duality formulas while preserving the total power constraint. In this paper, we describe the BC optimal power allo- cation applying this duality in a downstream x-Digital Subscriber Lines (xDSL) context under a total power constraint for all modems over all tones. Read More