Writing

Information Theory and Statistics

Malcolm Egan, “On the Structure of Finite Frames Achieving the Levenshtein Bound,” under review.

Alex Dytso, Malcolm Egan, Samir M. Perlaza, H. Vincent Poor and Shlomo Shamai (Shitz), “Optimal Inputs for Some Classes of Degraded Wiretap Channels,” accepted for publication in IEEE Information Theory Workshop (ITW), (2018).

Malcolm Egan, “On regular schemes and tight frames,” accepted for publication in Sequences and their Applications (SETA), (2018).

Malcolm Egan and Samir M. Perlaza, “Capacity approximation of continuous channels by discrete inputs”, in Proc. CISS 2018 (Invited Paper). [HAL]

Malcolm Egan, Samir M. Perlaza and Vyacheslav Kungurtsev, “Sensibilité de la Capacité Dans Les Canaux Continus”, Proc. GRETSI, (2017).

Malcolm Egan, Samir M. Perlaza and Vyacheslav Kungurtsev, “Capacity Sensitivity in Additive Non-Gaussian Noise Channels”, accepted for publication in IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT), (2017). [Technical Report]

Nourddine Azzaoui, Gareth W. Peters, Arnaud Guillin and Malcolm Egan, “Spectral characterization of the non-independent increment family of Alpha-Stable processes that generalize Gaussian process models”, under review. [SSRN]

Mauro de Freitas, Malcolm Egan, Laurent Clavier, Alban Goupil, Gareth W. Peters and Nourddine Azzaoui, “Capacity bounds for additive symmetric alpha-stable noise channels”, IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, vol. 63, no. 8, pp. 5115-5123, (2017).

Malcolm Egan, Mauro de Freitas, Laurent Clavier, Alban Goupil, Gareth W. Peters and Nourddine Azzaoui, “Achievable rates for additive isotropic alpha-stable noise channels”, In Proc. of the IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory, (2016).

Malcolm Egan, “Low-high SNR transition in multiuser MIMO”, IET Electronics Letters, 51(3), pp. 296-298, (2015) [arXiv]


Wireless Communications

Malcolm Egan, Laurent Clavier, Ce Zheng, Mauro de Freitas and Jean-Marie Gorce, “Dynamic interference in uplink SCMA for large-scale wireless networks without coordination,” accepted for publication in EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking

Tang C. Mai, Hien Quoc Ngo, Malcolm Egan and Trung Q. Duong, “Pilot power control for cell-free massive MIMO,” accepted for publication in IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology.

Mauro de Freitas, Malcolm Egan and Laurent Clavier, “Achievable Rates of Additive Symmetric α-Stable Noise Channels”, Proc. GRETSI, (2017).

Malcolm Egan, Laurent Clavier, Jean-Marie Gorce, Mauro de Freitas and Ido Nevat, “Interference in the Internet of Things with Sparse Code Multiple Access”, Proc. IRACON Workshop on Dependable Wireless Communications and Localization for the IoT, (2017).

Malcolm Egan, Laurent Clavier, Mauro de Freitas, Louis Dorville, Jean-Marie Gorce and Anne Savard, “Wireless communication in dynamic interference”, Proc. IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM), (2017).

Malcolm Egan, Jean-Marie Gorce and Leonardo Cardoso, “Fast initialization of cognitive radio systems”, Proc. IEEE International Workshop on Signal Processing Advances in Wireless Communications (SPAWC), (2017).

Andrea Tassi, Malcolm Egan, Robert J. Piechocki and Andrew Nix, “Modelling and Design of Millimeter-Wave Networks for Highway Vehicular Communication”, IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, vol. 66, no. 12, pp. 10676-10691, (2017)[arXiv]

Malcolm Egan and Vyacheslav Kungurtsev, “Rate-loss due to imperfect CSIT in MU-MIMO with optimal power control”, working paper.

Andrea Tassi, Malcolm Egan, Robert J. Piechocki and Andrew Nix, “Wireless vehicular networks in emergencies: a single frequency network approach”, in Proc. IEEE SigTelCom2017, (2017)(Received best paper award)

Malcolm Egan, Gareth W. Peters, Ido Nevat, Mahyar Shirvanimoghaddam and Iain B. Collings, “A ruin theoretic design approach for wireless cellular network sharing with facilities”, Transactions on Emerging Telecommunications Technologies, vol. 28, no. 7, (2017).

Malcolm Egan, Gareth W. Peters, Ido Nevat, and Iain B. Collings, “Pass go and collect $200: the profitable union of facilities and small-cells”, in the Proc. of the IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC), (2015). [See also arXiv]

Malcolm Egan, Phee Lep Yeoh, Maged Elkashlan, and Iain B. Collings, “A new cross-layer user scheduler for wireless multimedia relay networks”, IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 301 – 311, (2013)

Malcolm Egan, Chang Kyung Sung, and Iain B. Collings, “Structured and sparse limited feedback codebooks for multiuser MIMO”, IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, vol. 12, no. 8, pp. 3710 – 3721, (2013)

Malcolm Egan, and Iain B. Collings, “Base station cooperation for queue stability in wireless heterogeneous cellular networks”, in the Proc. of the IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC), (2013).

Malcolm Egan, and Iain B. Collings, “Low complexity quantization codebooks for CoMP”, in the Proc. of the IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC), (2013).

Malcolm Egan, Phee Lep Yeoh, Maged Elkashlan, and Iain B. Collings, “A coordinated multipoint scheduler for packet loss reduction”, in the Proc. of the IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC) – Spring, (2013).

Malcolm Egan, Phee Lep Yeoh, Maged Elkashlan, and Iain B. Collings, “A new cross-layer user scheduler for delay and symbol error probability in wireless multimedia relay networks”, in the Proc of the 14th Australian Communications Theory Workshop (AusCTW), (2013).

Giovanni Geraci, Malcolm Egan, Jinhong Yuan, Adeel Razi, and Iain B. Collings, “Secrecy sum-rates for multi-user MIMO regularized channel inversion precoding”, IEEE Transactions on Communications, 60(11), pp3472 – 3482 , (2012) [arXiv]

Malcolm Egan, Chang Kyung Sung, and Iain B. Collings, “Codebook design for the finite rate MIMO broadcast channel with zero-forcing precoding”, in the Proc. of the IEEE International Conference on Global Communications (GLOBECOM), (2011).

Malcolm Egan, Iain B. Collings, Wei Ni, and Chang Kyung Sung, “User scheduling for the broadcast channel using a sum-rate threshold”, in the Proc. of the IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC), (2011).


Nanoscale Communications

Malcolm Egan, Valeria Loscri, Trung Q. Duong and Marco Di Renzo, “Strategies for coexistence in molecular communication,” under review.

Malcolm Egan, Trung Q. Duong, Marco Di Renzo, Jean-Marie Gorce, Ido Nevat and Valeria Loscri, “Cognitive molecular communication (technical abstract),” in Proc. 3rd Workshop on Molecular Communications, (2018).

Malcolm Egan, Trang C. Mai, Trung Q. Duong and Marco Di Renzo, “Coordination via advection dynamics in nano networks with molecular communication”, in Proc. IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC), (2018).

Malcolm Egan, Trang C. Mai, Trung Q. Duong and Marco Di Renzo, “Coexistence in Molecular Communications,” Nano Communication Networks, vol. 16, pp. 37-44, (2018).

Trang C. Mai, Malcolm Egan, Trung Q. Duong and Marco Di Renzo, “Event detection in molecular communication networks with anomalous diffusion,” IEEE Communication Letters, vol. 21, no. 6, pp. 1249-1252, (2017).

Malcolm Egan, Noel, A., Deng, Y., Elkashlan, M. and Duong, T.Q., “The unreasonable effectiveness of blood pressure measurement: molecular communication in biological systems,” working paper, [arXiv]

Malcolm Egan, Yansha Deng, Maged Elkashlan, and Trung Q. Duong, “Variance-constrained capacity of the molecular timing channel with synchronization error,” in the Proc. of the IEEE International Conference on Global Communications (GLOBECOM), (2014). [arXiv]

Chang Kyung Sung, Malcolm Egan, Zhou Chen, and Iain B. Collings, “Performance of wireless nano-sensor networks with energy harvesting”, in the Proc. IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC) – Spring, (2014).


Mechanism Design and Intelligent Transportation Systems

Malcolm Egan, Nir Oren and Michal Jakob, “Hybrid mechanisms for on-demand transport,” under review.

Malcolm Egan, “Message set design and the posted good protocol”, working paper.

Jan Mrkos, Jan Drchal, Malcolm Egan and Michal Jakob, “Liftago on-demand transport dataset and market formation algorithm based on machine learning,” working paper. [arXiv]

Malcolm Egan, Jan Drchal, Jan Mrkos and Michal Jakob, “Towards data-driven on-demand transport”, accepted for publication in EAI Transactions on Industrial Networks and Intelligent Systems.

Malcolm Egan and Michal Jakob, “Market mechanism design for profitable on-demand transport services”, Transportation Research Part B: Methodological, vol. 89, pp. 178-195, 2016.

Malcolm Egan, Martin Schaefer, Michal Jakob, and Nir Oren, “A double auction mechanism for on-demand transport networks”, in the Proc. PRIMA 2015: Principles and Practice of Multi-Agent Systems,  (2015).

Malcolm Egan, and Michal Jakob, “A profit-aware negotiation mechanism for on-demand transport services”, in the Proc. of the European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI), (2014) [ResearchGate]


Theses

Malcolm Egan, “Resource allocation and feedback in wireless multiuser networks”, PhD Dissertation, University of Sydney, (2014). [pdf]

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