too many problems

… and not enough solutions:

  • Matching source and channel models for large sensor networks : I want to characterize when a fully-distributed set of gains can “match” a linear/matrix observation model with a linear/matrix communication channel model. I think it’s a broad class, especially as the number of gains (which is the number of sensors) increases.
  • Dense sensor network scaling laws: under some better constraints, it should be possible to show that the total capacity does not scale with the network size for dense networks.
  • Causal jamming relays: a new take on relays as potential jammers. You can’t trust anyone.
  • Fast distributed consensus: not quite sure where this is going, but it has to do with creating a speedy algorithm for calculating the average of a function on a graph.

There are, of course, other problems, but unless I write these down I’ll be liable to forget them when the next shiny object comes along.

0 thoughts on “too many problems

  1. Weird. That list is totally screwed up in Safari. The bullet points overlap a bit.

    Not that I think I’d understand most of it even if I could read it properly.

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