Recent years have witnessed significant progress in entropy estimation, in particular in the large alphabet regime. Concretely, there exist efficiently computable information theoretically optimal estimators whose performance with n samples is essentially that of the maximum likelihood estimator with n log(n) samples, a phenomenon termed ``effective sample size boosting''. Generalizations to processes with memory (estimation of the entropy rate) and continuous distributions (estimation of the differential entropy) have remained largely open.
Soft biomaterials such as human skin have very different mechanical properties from conventional electronics, requiring unusual materials and geometries to match the behavior of the skin. One of the biggest challenges in stretchable electronics is the transfer of power and data signals, with physical wiring easily pulled out or damaged. In my talk, I will be discussing all aspects of creating inductors and power circuits for wireless power transfer to stretchable systems. I will focus on the use of room temperature liquid metals and stretchable magnetic materials to maximize power trans
This talk will describe several approaches to reducing energy consumption in internet-of-things applications and applications of data analytics to neuro-psychiatric disorders. Machine learning and information analytics are important components in all these things. Almost all things should have embedded classifiers to make decisions on data. Thus, reducing energy consumption of features and classifiers is important. First part of the talk will present energy reduction approaches from feature selection, classification and incremental multi-stage classification perspectives.
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