Contents:

Former Ph.D. Students
Former MS Students
Journal Publications
Conference Publications
Patents







Former Ph.D. Students:
  1. Arindam Saha (PhD), August 1991.
    "The design and analysis of parallel recursive computations in the presence of overheads".
  2. Stefan Fedyschyn (PhD), May 1992.
    "Analytical and graphical techniques to design symbolic parallel algorithms".
  3. Harish Sethu (PhD), June 1992. 
    "The design of time-optimal architecturally efficient parallel divide-and-conquer algorithms".
  4. Raja Neogi (PhD), July 1993.
    "Post-layout parallel simulation algorithms".
  5. Joel Elston (PhD), September 1993. 
    "Multipath communication strategies for parallel computer architectures".
  6. Mukesh Sharma (PhD), October 1994.
    "Design and analysis of parallel signal processing algorithms on MIMD architectures".
  7. Mo Jiancheng (PhD), September 1996.
    "Interconnection networks based on finite fields and finite groups".
  8. Osman Guzide (PhD),  October 1999.
    "Constant node degree interconnection networks for parallel processing".
  9. Sandeep Kumar (PhD), November 1999.
    "Fast two dimensional algorithms for digital signal processing".
  10. Venkatram Muddhasani (PhD),  April 2006.
    "High speed bilinear algorithms for digital signal processing applications"
  11. Viswanath Annampedu (PhD),  April 2007.
    "Approximate Pattern Matching in Nanotechnology"
    (Recipient of the 2007 Elizabeth V. Stout Dissertation Award for the
    Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science.)
  12. Xingdong Dai (PhD),  April 2008.
    "Bilinear algorithms and ASIC architectures for fast signal processing"
  13. Yichun Sun (PhD),   October 2011.
    "Computer architectures for nanotechnology"
  14. Khadidja Bendjilali (PhD),   November 2011.
    "Algebraic models of constant node degree interconnection networks"
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Former MS Students:
  1. Yong Chong (MS), November 1983.
    "Design of efficient algorithms through minimization of data transfers".
  2. Sukhamoy Som (MS), July 1984.
    "Schedulling of signal processing algorithms for pipelined architectures".
  3. Jeff Singh (MS), July 1985.
    "Path planning and navigation for a mobile robot".
  4. Neeraj Tewari (MS), May 1986.
    "Bit-sequential VLSI architectures for digital signal processing".
  5. Cem Konuralp (MS), May 1986.
    "A comparative study of transforms for pattern recognition".
  6. Ghassan Bakdash (MS), January 1987.
    "Development of parallel algorithms by balanced divide and conquer".
  7. Anthony seaman (MS), August 1987.
    "A reconfigurable interface for systolic arrays".
  8. John Pagano (MS), December 1987.
    "A parallel multiprocessor architecture for a task flow programming environment".
  9. Georg ZurBonsen (MS), May 1988.
    "Design and simulation of a latched array processor".
  10. David Blaker (MS), August 1988.
    "Floting point bit-sequential arithmetic units".
  11. William Fulmer (MS),November 1988.
    "Bit error rate characterization of high frequency digital signals utilizing sampling techniques".
  12. Bryan Kris (MS), December 1988.
    "Reliability analysis of real time computer architectures".
  13. Susatya Budidharma (MS), May 1989.
    "A task scheduler for a fault-tolerant multiprocessor architecture".
  14. Jen-Gwang Hwang (MS), September 1989. 
    "Modular decompositions of switching functions for VLSI applications".
  15. Ray Gunara (MS), September 1989.
    "Commutative systolic arrays for linear tranformation applications".
  16. Mukesh Sharma (MS), September 1989.
    "A new algorithm for calculation of the discrete Hartley transform".
  17. Aaron Basil (MS), December 1989.
    "Predictive data compression".
  18. Iyad Ajwa (MS), May 1990.
    "Parallel algorithms for algebraic and numerical problems".
  19. David Bader (MS), January 1991.
    "Object oriented simulation of systems with examples in structural design and parallel     processing".
  20. Fezvi Ozbek (MS), May 1992.
    "Parallel algorithms for Hough transform".
  21. Mark Haralacker (MS), June 1993.
    "Multipliers based on modern DSP convolution algorithms".
  22. Viplav Nigam (MS), Jan 1996.
    "Graphical user interface design and development for a logic simulator".
  23. Anita Rao (MS), Jan 1999.
    "Design of low complexity pipeline digital systems".
  24. James Petrus (MS), Jun 2003.
    "EMRISC16: An embedded RISC microprocessor for low cost".
  25. Roland Waz (MS), Jun 2004.
    "Design and implementation of a schematic capture application".
  26. Vincent Parrella (MS), Jun 2004.
    "A special approach to the Hough transform".
  27. Nahid Rahman (MS), Jun 2006.
    "Low power bilinear architectures for convolution".

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Journal Publications (in reverse chronological order):
  1. V. Annampedu and M. D. Wagh,
    "Decomposition of threshold functions into bounded fan-in threshold functions", view PDF
    Information and Computation, Vol. 227, pp. 84--101 (2013).
  2. Xuebin Wu, Meghanad Wagh, Ning Chen Ying Wang and Zhiyuan Yan,
    "Composite Cyclotomic Fourier Transforms with Reduced Complexities" view PDF
    IEEE Trans on Signal Proc., Vol. 59, pp. 2136--2145 (2011).
  3. X. Dai and M. D. Wagh,
    "Fast Algorithm for Modulated Complex Lapped Transform", view PDF
    IEEE Signal Proc. Letters, Vol. 16, pp. 30--33 (2009).
  4. V. Annampedu and M. D. Wagh,
    "Reconfigurable Approximate Pattern Matching Architectures for Nanotechnology", view PDF
    Microelectronics, Vol. 38, pp. 430--438 (2007).
  5. P. Arkachar and M. D. Wagh,
    "Criticality of lateral inhibition for edge enhancement in neural systems", view PDF
    Neurocomputing, Vol. 70, pp. 991-999 (2007).
  6. V. Muddhasani and M. D. Wagh,
    "Bilinear algorithms for discrete cosine transforms of prime lengths", view PDF
    Signal Processing, Vol.86, pp, 2393-2406, (2006).
  7. M. D. Wagh and O. Guzide,
    "Mapping cycles and trees on wrap-around butterfly graphs", view PDF
    SIAM J. on Computing, Vol 35, pp. 741-765, (2006).
  8. M. D. Wagh, P. Math and O. Guzide,
    "Cyclic-cubes and wrap-around butterflies", view PDF
    Information Processing Letters, Vol. 75, pp. 25-27, (2000).
  9. A. Saha and M. D. Wagh,
    "On parallel recursive computations with variable partition overheads and constant recombination overheads",
    Int. Journal of Applied Software Technology, Vol. 2, pp. 1-19, (1996).
  10. M. D. Wagh and J. Mo,
    "Hamilton cycles in trivalent Cayley graphs", view PDF
    Information Processing Letters,  Vol. 60, pp. 177-181, (1996).
  11. A. Saha and M. D. Wagh,
    "Solutions of two minmax recurrences in parallel processing with variable recombination overheads",
    Applied Math and Computation, Vol. 76, pp. 173-211, (1996).
  12. F. O. Ozbek and M. D. Wagh,
    "A Parallel Hough transform algorithm for nonuniform images",
    Parallel Processing Letters, Vol. 15, pp. 253-259, (1994).
  13. M. Sharma and M. D. Wagh,
    "Fast new square-root architecture based on prediction of result bits". view PDF
    Int. Journal of Electronics, Vol. 73, No. 6, pp. 1121-1132 (1992).
  14. Levy, E. K.; Ayalon, A.; Johnson, S.; Sethu, H.; Wagh, M.
    "Dynamic loading on a horizontal tube in a bubbling fluidized beds".
    Fluidized Processes: Theory and Practice, Vol. 88, pp. 99-106, (1992).
  15. E. Levy, M. D. Wagh, H. Sethu and A. Pinarbasi,
    "Pattern recognition analysis of bubble impacting on tubes".
    Powder Technology, Vol. 70, pp. 175-181 (1992).
  16. S. Singh and M. D. Wagh,
    "Robot path planning using intersecting convex shapes: Analysis and simulation". view PDF
    IEEE Journal of Robotics and Automation, Vol. RA-3, pp. 101-108 (1987).
  17. N. Tewari and M. D. Wagh,
    "Bit-sequential arrays for pattern matching". view PDF
    IEEE Proceedings, Vol. 74, pp. 1466-1467 (1986).
  18. N. Eberhardt and M. D. Wagh,
    "Cyclopion, an autonomous guided vehicle for factory use".
    Applications of Artificial Intelligence, vol. 635, pp. 536-544 (1986).
  19. M. D. Wagh and S. D. Morgera,
    "Structured design method for convolutions over finite fields". view PDF
    IEEE Trans. Info. Theory, Vol. IT-29, pp. 583-595 (1983);
    MR 84m: # 94023.
  20. M. D. Wagh and A. N. Dharamsi,
    "Intensity transformation by rectangular tapered reflective coupling". view PDF
    Applied Optics, Vol. 21, pp. 1922-1927 (1982).
  21. S. V. Kanetkar and M. D. Wagh,
    "Data interpolation using redundancies in the Fourier transforms over abelian groups". view PDF
    IEEE Trans. on Info. Theory, Vol. IT-26, pp. 259-261, (1980);
    MR81c: # 94007.
  22. M. D. Wagh and H. Ganesh,
    "Computation of the discrete cosine transform via cyclic convolution". view PDF
    IEEE Trans. Computers, Vol. C-29 pp. 269-277 (1980);
    MR81a: # 94076.
  23. S. V. Kanetkar and M. D. Wagh,
    "On construction of matrices with distinct submatrices". view PDF
    SIAM J. Algebraic & Discrete Methods, Vol. 1, pp. 107-113 (1980);
    MR 81g: # 15018.
  24. H. B. Kenkare, M. D. Wagh and S. V. Kanetkar,
    "Group theoretic transforms and the automorphism groups". view PDF
    Information and Control - Vol. 41, pp. 147-155 (1979);
    MR 80g: # 94013.  
  25. S. V. Kanetkar and M. D. Wagh,
    "Group character tables in discrete transform theory". view PDF
    J. Computer & System Sciences, Vol. 19, pp. 211-221 (1979);
    MR 81b: # 94006.
  26. M. D. Wagh,
    "An extension of R-Transforms to patterns of arbitrary lengths".
    Int. J. Computer Maths., Vol. 6, pp. 57-68 (1977);
    MR55: #11752
  27. M. D. Wagh and S. V. Kanetkar,
    "A class of translation invariant transforms". view PDF
    IEEE Trans. Electroacoustics, Speech and Signal Processing, Vol. ASSP-22, pp. 205-206 (1977).
  28. M. D. Wagh,
    "Optimum threshold detection for binary Communication with internally modulated lasers".
    J. Inst. Instrum. Scientists and Technologists, Vol. 6, pp. 15-18 (1977).
  29. M. D. Wagh,
    "Cyclic autocorrelation as a translation invariant transform"
    Proc. IEEE/IERE, Vol. 14, pp. 185-191 (1976).
  30. M. D. Wagh,
    "Conical axicon as optical polar everter without field rotation".
    Ind. J. Phys., Vol. 14. pp. 185-191 (1976).
  31. M. D. Wagh,
    "Coupling between two cylindrical light pipes: A design". view PDF
    Appl. Optics, Vol. 15, pp. 1844-2845, (1976).
  32. M. D. Wagh,
    "Coupling efficiency between light pipes of different dimensions". view PDF
    Appl. Optics, Vol.15, pp. 1840-2843 (1976).
  33. M. D. Wagh and B. V. Rao,
    "Right angle bends in light pipes: Analysis". view PDF
    Appl. Optics, Vol. 15, pp. 1331-1333 (1976).
  34. M. D. Wagh and S. V. Kanetkar,
    "A Multiplexing theorem and generalization of R-transform".
    Int. J. Computer Maths., Vol. 5, pp. 163-171 (1975); 
    MR 52: # 16188
  35. M. D. Wagh,
    "Periodicity in R-transformation".
    J. Inst. Electronics and Telecom. Vol., 21, pp. 560-561 (1975).
  36. M. D. Wagh,
    "R-transform amplitude bounds and transform volume".
    J. Inst. Electronics and Telecom. Vol. 21, pp. 501-502, (1975).
  37. M. D. Wagh and B. V. Rao,
    "On the Fourier transforming properties of lenses".
    Ind. J. Pure and Appl. Phys., Vol. 13, pp. 634-644 (1975).
  38. M. D. Wagh and B. V. Rao,
    "Frequency dependence of pulsed laser signals in dissipative media".
    Ind. J. pure and Appl. Phys., Vol. 13, pp. 269-270 (1975).
  39. M. D. Wagh and S. V. Kanetkar,
    "Estimation of errors in image restoration".
    J. Ind. Inst. Science, Vol. 57, pp. 84-90 (1975).
  40. M.D. Wagh and S. V. Kanetkar,
    "Spatial filtering technique for restoration of aerial photographic images affected by vibrations".
    Ind. J. Pure and Appl. Phys., Vol. 12, pp. 776-778 (1974).

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Conference Publications (in reverse chronological order):
  1. F. Shi, Z. Yan and M. D. Wagh,
    "Efficient Threshold Architectures with Bounded Fan-Ins for Exclusive-ORs" view PDF
    Proc. of IEEE Workshop on Signal Proc. Systems, pp. 131--136, Oct 17-19, QuebecCity, QC, Canada, (2012).
  2. M. D. Wagh and K. Bendjilali,
    "Algebraic Models for the Cube Connected Cycles and Shuffle Exchange Graphs" view PDF
    Proc. of IEEE Int. Conf. on High Performance Computing and Communications, pp. 51--57, Sept 2-4, Banff, AL, Canada, (2011).
  3. R. Akeela and M. D. Wagh,
    "A Five-inut Majority Gate in Quantum-dot Cellular Automata" view PDF
    Proc. of NanoTech2011, Vol. 2, pp. 13--16, June 13-16, Boston, MA, (2011).
  4. Xuebin Wu, Zhiyuan Yan, Ning Chen and Meghanad Wagh,
    "Prime Factor Cyclotomic Fourier Transforms with Reduced Complexity Over Finite Fields" view PDF
    Proc. of 2010 IEEE Workshop on Signal Proc. Systems, pp. 450--455, October 6-8, San Francisco, CA, (2010).
  5. M. D. Wagh and K. Bendjilali,
    "Conquering Edge Faults in Butterfly with Automorphisms" view PDF
    Proc. of Int. Conf. on Theoretical and Mathematical Foundations of Comp. Sc., pp. 57--64, July 12-14, Orlando,FL, (2010).
  6. M. D. Wagh and K. Bendjilali,
    "Butterfly Automorphisms and Edge Faults" view PDF
    Proc. of Int. Symp. on Parallel and Distributed Computing, pp. 33--40, July 7-9, Istanbul, Turkey, (2010).
  7. Y. Sun and M. D. Wagh,
    "A Fan-in Bounded Low Delay Adder for Nanotechnology" view PDF
    Proc. of NanoTech2010, Vol. 2, pp. 83--86, June 21-24, Anaheim, CA, (2010).
  8. X. Dai and M. D. Wagh,
    "An MDCT Hardware Accelarator for MP3 Audio", view PDF
    Proc. of the 2008 Symp. on Application Specific Processors (SASP'08), pp. 122-125, June 8-9, Anaheim, CA, (2008).
  9. M. D. Wagh, Y. Sun and V. Annampedu,
    "Implementation of Comparison Function Using Quantum-Dot Cellular Automata" view PDF
    Proc. of NanoTech2008, Vol. 3, pp. 76--79, June 1-3, Boston, MA, (2008).
  10. P. Krishnamoorthy and M. D. Wagh,
    "Power Aware Encoding for the Instruction Address Buses Using Program Constructs", view PDF
    Proc. of the Int. Conf. on Circuits and Systems (ICCS'07), Oct 24-26, San Fransisco, CA, (2007).
  11. O. Guzide and M. D. Wagh,
    "Enhanced Butterfly: A Cayley Graph with Node Degree 5", view PDF
    Proc. of the 20th Int. Conf. on Parallel and Distributed Computing Systems, pp. 224-229, Sept 24-26, Las Vegas, NV, (2007).
  12. V. Annampedu and M. D. Wagh,
    "Building multi-input RTD circuits under reliability constraints" view PDF
    NanoArch06, pp. 45-52, June 15-18, Boston, MA, (2006).
  13. V. Annampedu and M. D. Wagh,
    "Approximate Pattern Matching in Nanotechnology" view PDF
    NanoTech2006, Vol. 3, pp. 316-319, May 7-11, Boston, MA, (2006).
  14. O. Guzide and M. D. Wagh,
    "Extended Butterfly Networks", view PDF
    Proc. of the 18th Int. Conf. on Parallel and Distributed Computing Systems, pp. 109-113, Sept 12-14, Las Vegas, NV, (2005).
  15. O. Guzide and M. D. Wagh,
    "Enhanced de Bruijn Graphs", view PDF
    Proc. of the the 2005 Int. Conf. on Algorithmic Math and Comp. Sc., pp. 23-28, Las Vegas, NV, (2005).
  16. H. Sethu and M. D. Wagh,
    "Node degree requirements for optimal execution of a class of parallel algorithms",
    Proc. of IASTED Int. Conf. on Parallel and Distributed Systems, Boston, MA, (1999).
  17. M. D. Wagh and J. C. Mo,
    "An analytical setting and mappings on the product of generalized deBruijn graphs",
    Proc. of ISCA Tenth Int. Conf. On Parallel and Distributed Computing Systems, pp. 253-257, (1997).
  18. M. D. Wagh and S. Kumar,
    "Structured algorithms for 2D cyclic convolution",
    Proc. of DSP Scandinavia-97, Copenhagen, Denmark (1997).
  19. R. Neogi and M. D. Wagh,
    "Parallel processing algorithms and architectures for multimedia on-demand servers", view PDF
    Proc. of Ninth Int. Parallel Processing Symposium, pp. 798-804, Santa Barbara, CA, (1995).
  20. R. Neogi and M. D. Wagh,
    "Improved mapping algorithms for multiprocessor based simulation application",
    Proc. of Int. Computer Symposium, pp. 798-804, Santa Barbara, CA, (1994).
  21. R. Neogi and M. D. Wagh,
    "Parallel discrete event simulation on multiprocessors",
    Proc. of Seventh Int. Conf. on Parallel and Distributed Computing Systems, pp. 268-275, Las Vegas, NV, (1994)
  22. A. Saha and M. D. Wagh,
    "Solutions of two parallel divide-and-conquer algorithms with all linear non-constant overheads",
    Proc. of IASTED Int. Conf. on Parallel and Distributed Systems, pp. 199-202, Vienna, VA, (1994)
  23. A. Saha and M. D. Wagh,
    "Parallel recursive computations where both recombination and partition overheads are problem dependent", view PDF
    Proc. of Int. Conf. on Parallel Processing, Vol. III, pp. 21-24, St. Charles, IL (1994).
  24. A. Saha and M. D. Wagh,
    "Divide-and-conquer with problem dependent recombination overheads",
    Proc. of Int. Conf. on Parallel and Distributed Systems, Tapei, Taiwan, (1993).
  25. M. Sharma and M. D. Wagh,
    "Decremental scattering for data transport between host and hypercube nodes", view PDF
    Proc. of Int. Conf. on Parallel Processing, pp. 82-86, St. Charles, IL (1993).
  26. A. Saha and M. D. Wagh,
    "Minmax recurrences in analysis of algorithms", view PDF
    Proc. of 1993 IEEE Southeastcon, Charlotte, NC, (1993).
  27. R. Neogi and M. D. Wagh,
    "Processor assignment algorithms for parallel simulation of irregular task graphs".
    Proc. of 1993 SCS Simulation Multiconference: High Performance Computing, pp. 188-193, Arlington, VA, (1993).
  28. S. Som and M. D. Wagh,
    "Throughput enhancement in multiprocessor architectures for pipelining and digital signal processing applications". view PDF
    Proc. of 11th Annual Phoenix Conf. on Computers and Communications, pp. 72-79, Scottsdale, AZ, (1992)
  29. H. Sethu and M. D. Wagh,
    "Design of time-optimal hardware-efficient divide-and-conquer algorithms".
    Proc. of Int. Conf. on Parallel Processing, Vol. III, pp. 237-240, St. Charles, IL (1992).
  30. H. Sethu and M. D. Wagh,
    "Processor node degree requirements for parallel divide-and-conquer".
    Proc. of 4th ISMM/IASTED Int. Conf. on Parallel and Distr. Comput. and Systems, pp. 321-325, Washington DC, (1991).
  31. A. Saha and M. D. Wagh,
    "Optimal partition algorithm for parallel divide-and-conquer with logarithmic merging overheads".
    Proc. of 4th ISMM/IASTED Int. Conf. on Parallel and Distr. Comput. and Systems, pp. 179-182, Washington DC, (1991).
  32. A. Saha and M. D. Wagh,
    "Algorithms for determining optimal partitions in parallel divide-and-conquer computations".
    Proc. of Int. Conf. on Parallel Processing, Vol. III, pp. 75-82 St. Charles, IL (1991).
  33. A. Saha and M. D. Wagh,
    "Performance analysis of Banyan networks based on buffers of various sizes". view PDF
    Proc. of IEEE INFOCOM 90, pp. 157-164 (1990).
  34. S. D. Morgera and M. D. Wagh,
    "Binary cyclic convolution algorithms over finite fields".
    Proc. of IEEE Int. Symposium on Info. Theory, (1986).
  35. S. Singh and M. D. Wagh,
    "Robot path planning using intersecting convex shapes". view PDF
    Proc. of 1986 IEEE Int. Conf. on Robotics and Automation, pp. 1743-1748 (1986).
  36. M. D. Wagh and S. D. Morgera,
    "Cyclic convolution algorithms over finite fields: multidimensional considerations". view PDF
    Proc. of 1981 IEEE Int. Conf. on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (1981).

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Patents:

  1. US PATENT #7,248,229, "Dynamic Message Sign Display Panel Communication Error Detection and Correction"   (2007).
  2. US PATENT # 5,548,107, "Scanner for Reconstructing Optical Codes from a Plurality of Code Fragments"   (1996).
  3. US PATENT # 5,189,971, "Electronic Sewing Machine"   (1993).
  4. US PATENT # 5,124,538, "Scanner" (See Certficate of Correction from USPTO dated 08/22/1995: page 85 of the patent)   (1993).

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