Joseph Connelly

Ph.D. Candidate

Advisor: Ken Zeger
Office: 4th Floor Atkinson Hall - Calit2
Email: j2connelly (at) ucsd (dot) edu

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Research Interests

Information theory, network coding, and algebra.

My graduate research focuses on linear and non-linear network coding with particular emphasis on codes over alphabets which are not fields.

Journal Publications

J. Connelly and K. Zeger
"A Class of Non-Linearly Solvable Networks"
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory
vol. 63, no. 1, pp. 201-229, January 2017.
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J. Connelly and K. Zeger
"Linear Network Coding over Rings, Part I: Scalar Codes and Commutative Alphabets"
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory
to appear
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J. Connelly and K. Zeger
"Linear Network Coding over Rings, Part II: Vector Codes and Non-Commutative Alphabets"
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory
to appear
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J. Connelly and K. Zeger
"Linear Capacity of Networks over Ring Alphabets"
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory
submitted June 4, 2017.
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Other

J. Connelly
"Repeat-PPM Super-Symbol Synchronization"
Interplanetary Network Progress Report
vol. 42-207, November 15th, 2016.
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