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ACCESS (Autonomic Complex Communication nEtworks, Signals and Systems) (»Add to Infobox)

Research Leader: Professor Björn Ottersten
Professor Erik Aurell, Mats Bengtsson, Mads Dam, Professor Håkan Hjalmarsson, Professor Xiaoming Hu, Professor Peter Händel, Magnus Jansson, Professor Karl Henrik Johansson, Mikael Johansson, Ulf Jönsson, Professor Gunnar Karlsson, Professor Bastiaan Kleijn, Professor Anders Lindquist, Professor Mikael Skoglund, Professor Rolf Stadler, Professor Bo Wahlberg

School of Electrical Engineering, Computational Biology, Signal Processing Lab, Theoretical Computer Science, Automatic Control, Optimization and Systems Theory, Communication Networks, Communication Theory

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Linnaeus Grant - Swedish Research Council
It is a networked world: People communicate independently of distance and time; systems communicate with systems as connectivity becomes a natural feature of any electronic device. Communication networks are vital infrastructures in our society and the basis of more and more services that we take for granted; from connectivity of personal devices in the home and car to global communication and positioning via satellite systems. At the core of these systems are some fundamental technical issues: they must be designed to carry out the intended functions; the systems must perform efficiently and predictably; they must be manageable, controllable, and upgradeable and they must be reliable to the point of being infallible. This project aims at developing fundamental understanding and engineering principles for designing self-managed and scalable communication networks in which applications may share real-time information and cooperate in an efficient, affordable, and reliable manner. The project is formulated by a constellation with expertise in complexity, communications, optimization and system theory; signal, speech and image processing; formal methods, communication networks and automatic control. We have the competence to develop new methods and to determine fundamental limitations for the design and evaluation of communication systems and architectures, as well as to actually design system-critical components that address challenges in terms of reliability and scalability.

Period: 2006-07-01 - 2016-06-30

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