Graduate Alumni with Thesis

Name Thesis Title Degree Academic Advisor Graduation Year
Abdullah Nazma Nowroz Power Mapping of Computing Devices: Fundamentals and Applications Ph.D. Sherief Reda 2013
Roto Le Heterogeneous Parallel Computing: A Case Study on JPEG2000 Ph.D. R. Iris Bahar 2012
Ryan Cochran Techniques for Adaptive Power and Thermal Sensing and Management of Multi-core Processors Ph.D. Sherief Reda 2012
Elif Alpaslan Switching Activity Analysis and Optimization Methods for Promoting Functionally Appropriate Test and Delay Characterization in Digital Integrated Circuits Ph.D. Jennifer Dworak 2011
Brian Reggiannini Real-Time Labeling of Talker Identity for Conversational Speech in a Microphone-Array Environment Ph.D. Harvey F. Silverman 2011
Cesare Ferri Energy Efficient Synchronization Techniques for Multicore Embedded Systems Ph.D. R. Iris Bahar 2011
Hoang Do Robust cross-correlation-based methods for sound-source localization and separation using a large-aperture microphone array Ph.D. Harvey F. Silverman 2011
Yewin Shi Fault Criticality Analysis and Test Optimization Methods for Enhanced Detection of Critical Faults and Defects in Digital Integrated Circuits Ph.D. Jennifer Dworak 2011
Desta Tadesse Mathematical Methods to Improve Post-Silicon Debug Ph.D. R. Iris Bahar 2009
Kundan Nepal Designing Noise–tolerant Nanoscale Logic Circuits using Principles of Markov Random Fields Ph.D. R. Iris Bahar 2007
Ying Yu Distant Talker Labelling for a Conferencing Situation Using Data from a Large Aperture Microphone Array in a Noisy Reverberant Environment Ph.D. Harvey F. Silverman 2007
Tali Moreshet Power and Energy-Aware Architectural Techniques for High-Performance Uniprocessor and Multiprocessor Systems Ph.D. R. Iris Bahar 2006
Hui-Yuan Song Symbolic Methods for Reliability and Timing Analysis for Full-custom Circuits Ph.D. R. Iris Bahar 2005
Yu Bai Dynamically Reconfiguring Resources to Reduce Power Dissipation in High-Performance Microprocessors Ph.D. R. Iris Bahar 2004
Joshua Sachar Some important algorithms for large-aperture microphone arrays : calibration and determination of talker orientation Ph.D. Harvey F. Silverman 2004
John E. Adcock Optimal Filtering and Speech Recognition With Microphone Arrays Ph.D. Harvey F. Silverman 2001
Joseph H. Dibiase A High-Accuracy, Low-Latency Technique for Talker Localization in Reverberant Environments Using Microphone Arrays Ph.D. Harvey F. Silverman 2001
Tadd Hughes Improving the Fine Phonetic Performance of Automatic Speech Recognizers Ph.D. Harvey F. Silverman 2001
Paul C. Meuse The Radiation Pattern of Speech Production: Implications for Microphone Array Systems Ph.D. Harvey F. Silverman 2000
Douglas Sturim Tracking and Characterization of Talkers Using A Speech Processing System With A Microphone Array As Input Ph.D. Harvey F. Silverman 1999
D’Sunte Wilson Codesign of Software and Hardware of Embedded Systems Using Hardware/Software Partitioning Under the Ptolemy Environment Sc.M. R. Iris Bahar 1998
Stuart Kirtman Experiments and Algorithms Using A Large Synthetic Aperture Microphone Array Ph.D. Harvey F. Silverman 1998
Daniel Mashao Computations and Evaluations of an Optimal Feature-set for an HMM-based Recognizer Ph.D. Harvey F. Silverman 1996
Michael Wazlowski A Reconfigurable Architecture Superscalar Coprocessor Ph.D. Harvey F. Silverman 1996
Yoshihiko Gotoh Incremental algorithms and MAP estimation : efficient HMM learning of speech signals Ph.D. Harvey F. Silverman 1996
Michael S. Brandstein A Framework for Speech Source Localization Using Sensor Arrays Ph.D. Harvey F. Silverman 1995
Jonathan Foote Decision-Tree Probability Modeling for HMM Speech Recognition Ph.D. Harvey F. Silverman 1994
Michael Hochberg A Comparison of State-Duration Modeling Techniques for Connected Speech Recognition Ph.D. Harvey F. Silverman 1993
Peter Athanas An adaptive machine architecture and compiler for dynamic processor reconfiguration Ph.D. Harvey F. Silverman 1992
Krishna Nathan Time-varying feature selection and classification of rapidly changing speech signals Ph.D. Harvey F. Silverman 1991
Les Niles Modeling and Learning in Speech Recognition: The Relationship Between Stochastic Pattern Classifiers and Neural Networks Ph.D. Harvey F. Silverman 1991
Victor Alvarado Talker localization and optimal placement of microphones for a linear microphone array using stochastic region contraction Ph.D. Harvey F. Silverman 1990
David Morgan Event-Synchronous Analysis for Connected-Speech Recognition Ph.D. Harvey F. Silverman 1988
James Rayfield Armstrong, a Loosely-Coupled Distributed Multiprocessor: Design and Applications Ph.D. Harvey F. Silverman 1988
Susan Miller Simulation and evaluation of a large, reconfigurable, loosely-coupled multiprocessing system Ph.D. Harvey F. Silverman 1988
Yi Teh Lee A general time-varying model for speech signals and estimation of its parameters Ph.D. Harvey F. Silverman 1988