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    • Fano effect in a double T-shaped interferometer 

      Moldoveanu, V.; Dinu, I. V.; Tanatar, B. (Springer, 2009)
      We study the coherent transport in a one-dimensional lead with two side-coupled quantum dots using the Keldysh's Green function formalism.The effect of the interdot Coulomb interaction is taken into account by computing ...
    • First principles prediction of the elastic, electronic, and optical properties of Sb 2S 3 and Sb 2Se 3 compounds 

      Koc H.; Mamedov, A.M.; Deligoz, E.; Ozisik H. (2012)
      We have performed a first principles study of structural, mechanical, electronic, and optical properties of orthorhombic Sb 2S 3 and Sb 2Se 3 compounds using the density functional theory within the local density approximation. ...
    • Low-order controller design for haptic systems under delayed feedback 

      Liacu, B.; Koru, A. T.; Özbay, Hitay; Niculescu, S. -I.; Andriot, C. (2012)
      In this paper, we consider PD controller design for haptic systems under delayed feedback. More precisely, we present a complete stability analysis of a haptic system where local dynamics are described by some second-order ...
    • Lower bounds on the error probability of turbo codes 

      Özçelikkale, A.; Duman, T. M. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2014)
      We present lower bounds on the error probability of turbo codes under maximum likelihood (ML) decoding. We focus on additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) channels, and consider both ensembles of codes with uniform interleaving ...
    • Polar compressive sampling: A novel technique using polar codes 

      Pilanci, M.; Arikan, O.; Arikan, E. (2010)
      Recently introduced Polar coding is the first practical coding technique that can be proven to achieve the Shannon capacity for a multitude of communication channels. Polar codes are close to Reed-Muller codes except the ...