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Quality assessment of poultry egg based on visible–near infrared spectroscopy and radial basis function networks
M Aboonajmi, A Saberi, T Abbasian Najafabadi, N Kondo
International journal of food properties 19 (5), 1163-1172, 2016
332016
State Estimation via Worst-Case Erasure and Symmetric Channels with Memory
A Saberi, F Farokhi, GN Nair
2019 IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT), 3072-3076, 2019
82019
Estimation and Control over a Nonstochastic Binary Erasure Channel
A Saberi, F Farokhi, G Nair
IFAC-PapersOnLine 51 (23), 265-270, 2018
82018
Sensor fault-tolerant control of wind turbine systems
A Saberi, FR Salmasi, TA Najafabadi
2014 5th Conference on Thermal Power Plants (CTPP), 40-45, 2014
72014
An explicit formula for the zero-error feedback capacity of a class of finite-state additive noise channels
A Saberi, F Farokhi, GN Nair
2020 IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT), 2108-2113, 2020
52020
State Estimation over Worst-Case Erasure and Symmetric Channels with Memory
A Saberi, F Farokhi, GN Nair
arXiv preprint arXiv:1902.00726, 2019
32019
Bounded Estimation over Finite-State Channels: Relating Topological Entropy and Zero-Error Capacity
A Saberi, F Farokhi, GN Nair
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, 2021
2*2021
Zero-Error Feedback Capacity for Bounded Stabilization and Finite-State Additive Noise Channels
A Saberi, F Farokhi, GN Nair
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, 2022
12022
Mechanistic and kinetic study of the hydrothermal treatment of paunch waste
MH Marzbali, A Saberi, P Halder, J Paz-Ferreiro, S Dasappa, K Shah
Chemical Engineering Research and Design 177, 541-553, 2022
2022
Bounded Estimation and Stabilization over Channels with Memory
A Saberi
UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE, 2021
2021
Zero-Error Feedback Capacity of Finite-State Additive Noise Channels for Stabilization of Linear Systems
A Saberi, F Farokhi, G Nair
arXiv preprint arXiv:2108.03874, 2021
2021
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