


Mehdi Rasti


Courses

Radio Resources Allocation in Wireless Networks(SPRING_2019)
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Seminar(SPRING_2019)
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Signals and Systems(SPRING_2019)
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Linear Control Sys.(FALL_2018)
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This course presnts the methods of designing and analyzing linear control systems
Syllabus:
 Introduction
 Mathematical Modeling of Control System
 Transient and SteadyState Response Analyses
 Control Systems Analysis and Designby the RootLocus Method
 Control Systems Analysis and Design by theFrequencyResponse Method
 Compensator Designing
 Introduction to Digital Control
Text Book:
 K. Ogata, Modern Control Engineering, Prentice Hall, 5rd ed., 2009.
 R. C. Dorf, R. H. Bishop, Modern control systems, 12th Ed., 2010, Prentice Hall

Mobile Computing & Wireless Networks(FALL_2018)
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Thus course provides comprehension of the basic principles and topics of fundamental importance concerning the technology and architecture of wireless networks. It provides a detailed discussion of leading edge topics, including Gigabit Wi Fi, the Internet of Things, ZigBee, and 4G LTE Advanced.
Syllabus:
 Introduction
 TECHNICAL BACKGROUND
 WIRELESS COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
 WIRELESS LOCAL AND PERSONAL AREA NETWORKS
 WIRELESS MOBILE NETWORKSAND APPLICATIONS
 Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing
 Coding and Error Control
Text Book:
 , 2016 ,Cory Beard and William Stallings, Wireless Communication Networks and SystemsPearson
 W. Stallings, Wireless Communications and Networks, Second Edition, PrenticeHall, 2005.

Signals and Systems(FALL_2018)
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This course introduces the methods of description and analysis for continuoustime and discretetime signals and (linear timeinvariant) systems, including time domain analysis using convolution, frequency domain analysis using the Fourier series and the Fourier transform, the Laplace transform and the Ztransform. Students will also learn examples of applications of signal and system analysis methods to communications and control systems.
Syllabus:
 Introduction and Preliminary Concepts
 Linear TimeInvariant Systems
 ContinuousTime Fourier Series and Transform
 Applications of ContinuousTime Fourier Transform
 DiscreteTime Fourier Series and Transform
 Laplace Transform and Its Properties
 ZTransform and Its Properties
Text Book:
 Signals and Systems, A.V. Oppenheim, A.S. Willsky, and S.H. Nawab, 2nd Edition, ISBN: 0138147574

Linear Control Sys.(SPRING_2018)
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This course presnts the methods of designing and analyzing linear control systems
Syllabus:
 Introduction
 Mathematical Modeling of Control System
 Transient and SteadyState Response Analyses
 Control Systems Analysis and Designby the RootLocus Method
 Control Systems Analysis and Design by theFrequencyResponse Method
 Compensator Designing
 Introduction to Digital Control
Text Book:
 K. Ogata, Modern Control Engineering, Prentice Hall, 5rd ed., 2009.
 R. C. Dorf, R. H. Bishop, Modern control systems, 12th Ed., 2010, Prentice Hall

Signals & Systems(SPRING_2018)
Aims:
This course introduces the methods of description and analysis for continuoustime and discretetime signals and (linear timeinvariant) systems, including time domain analysis using convolution, frequency domain analysis using the Fourier series and the Fourier transform, the Laplace transform and the Ztransform. Students will also learn examples of applications of signal and system analysis methods to communications and control systems.
Syllabus:
 Signals and Systems
 Linear TimeInvariant Systems
 ContinuousTime Fourier Series
 ContinuousTime FourierTransform
 DiscreteTime Fourier Series
 DiscreteTime Fourier Transform
 Laplace Transform
 Z Transform
 Sampling
Text Book:
 Signals and Systems, A.V. Oppenheim, A.S. Willsky, and S.H. Nawab, 2nd Edition, ISBN: 0138147574

Topics in Mobile & Wireless Networks Advanced(SPRING_2018)
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ٍExplained above
Syllabus:
 Basics and Overview of Wireless and Mobile Communications
 Evolution Towards 5G Wireless Networks
 Heterogeneous Networks
 Internet of Things
 Cognitive Radio Networks
 Additional Topics (Energy Harvesting, Mobile Cloud Computing, CRAN, Software Defined Networks)
Text Book:
 1. S. Sesia, M. Baker, and I. Toufik, LTE  The UMTS Long Term Evolution: From Theory to Practice, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 2009.
 2. E. Hossain, M. Rasti, and L. Le, Radio Resource Allocation in Wireless Networks: An Engineering Approach, Cambridge University Press,
 3. R. Q., Hu, and Y. Qian, Heterogeneous Cellular Networks, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 2013.

Radio Resources Allocation in Wireless Networks(FALL_2017)
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This course is focused on radio resource allocation in wireless cellular networks. The objective of this course is to introduce graduate students to the different kinds of radio resources, radio resource allocation problems, and their centralized or distributed solutions. In this course, an introduction to the basic concepts of radio resource allocation and a preliminary discussion on how to solve convex optimization are first presented. Then existing centralized or distributed power control alg
Syllabus:
 Introduction of Wireless Networks and Radio Resources
 Categories of Wireless Networks and Taxonomy of Hot Topics Research Areas on Resource Allocation in Wireless Networks
 Convex Optimization
 General System Model and Preliminary Concepts
 Interference Management and Power Control in Wireless Cellular Networks
 Cell Association in Cellular Networks
 Application of Game Theory in Physical Layer Resource Allocation in Wireless Networks
Text Book:
 Ekram Hossain, Mehdi Rasti, and Long Le, ""Radio Resource Allocation in Wireless Networks: An Engineering Approach, Cambridge University Press, To be published in 2016

Signals & Systems(FALL_2017)
Aims:
This course introduces the methods of description and analysis for continuoustime and discretetime signals and (linear timeinvariant) systems, including time domain analysis using convolution, frequency domain analysis using the Fourier series and the Fourier transform, the Laplace transform and the Ztransform. Students will also learn examples of applications of signal and system analysis methods to communications and control systems.
Syllabus:
 Signals and Systems
 Linear TimeInvariant Systems
 ContinuousTime Fourier Series
 ContinuousTime FourierTransform
 DiscreteTime Fourier Series
 DiscreteTime Fourier Transform
 Laplace Transform
 Z Transform
 Sampling
 Introduction and Preliminary Concepts
Text Book:
 Signals and Systems, A.V. Oppenheim, A.S. Willsky, and S.H. Nawab, 2nd Edition, ISBN: 0138147574

Special Topics (Radio Resources Allocation in Wireless Networks)(FALL_2017)
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This course is focused on radio resource allocation in wireless cellular networks. The objective of this course is to introduce graduate students to the different kinds of radio resources, radio resource allocation problems, and their centralized or distributed solutions. In this course, an introduction to the basic concepts of radio resource allocation and a preliminary discussion on how to solve convex optimization are first presented. Then existing centralized or distributed power control alg
Syllabus:
 Basic concepts
 A Classification of HotTopic Research Areas on Radio Resource Allocation in Wireless Networks
 Convex Optimization
 Power Control in Wireless Cellular Networks
 Prioritybased Power Control in FemtoCell Wireless Networks and Cognitive Networks
 Application of Game theory in wireless networks
 Resource Allocation in OFDMA Wireless Networks
 Resource Allocation in Ad hoc Wireless Networks
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 The class material does not follow (linearly) any particular textbook. However, few parts of following books are followed. This course is mostly based on recently published IEEE transaction papers on radio resource allocation in wireless networks.
 M. Chiang, P. Hande, and T. Lan, Power Control in Wireless Cellular Networks, Now Publishers Inc, 2008.
 S.Boyd and L. Vandenberghe, Convex Optimization, MIT Press.
 E. Hossain, D. Niyato, and Z. Han, Dynamic Spectrum Access and Management in Cognitive Radio Networks, Cambridge University Press, 2009.
 A collection of Reserach Journal Papers












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