Publications

Journal and Conference Papers

  1. X. Zhao, M. Rahmati, and D. Pompili, “Source Feature Compression for Object Classification in Vision-based Underwater Robotics,” submitted to IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering (JOE), Nov. 2021.

  2. M. Rahmati, Z. Qi, and D. Pompili, “Underwater Video Transmission via Adaptive MIMO-Based Software-Defined Acoustic Modems,” accepted and to appear in IEEE Transactions on Multimedia (TMM), Oct. 2021.

  3. P. Pandey, M. Rahmati, W. Bajwa, and D. Pompili, “Real-time In-network Image Compression via Distributed Dictionary Learning,” accepted and to appear in IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing (TMC), Apr. 2021.

  4. M. Rahmati and D. Pompili, “Probabilistic Spatially-divided Multiple Access in Underwater Acoustic Sparse Networks,” IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing (TMC), vol. 19, no. 2, Feb. 2020.

  5. M. Rahmati, R. Petroccia, and D. Pompili, “In-network Collaboration for CDMA-based Reliable Underwater Acoustic Communications,” IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering (JOE), vol. 44, no. 4, pp. 881-894, Oct. 2019.

  6. M. Rahmati and D. Pompili, “UNISeC: Inspection, Separation and Classification of Unknown Underwater Acoustic Point Sources,” IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering (JOE), vol. 43, no. 3, pp. 777–791, Jul. 2018.

  7. V. Vakil and M. Rahmati, “Throughput Improvement of Cooperative System Using Adaptive Relaying and Adaptive Modulation," International Journal of Information & Communication Technology (IJICT), vol. 3, no. 4, pp 37–44, Sept. 2011.

  8. Y-T Hsieh, M. Rahmati, and D. Pompili, “FD-UWA: Full-Duplex Underwater Acoustic Comms via Self-Interference Cancellation in Space,” accepted at the IEEE International Conference on Mobile Ad hoc and Sensor Systems (MASS), Delhi, India, Dec. 2020.

  9. M. Rahmati and D. Pompili, “UW-SVC: Scalable Video Coding Transmission for In-network Underwater Imagery Analysis,” Proc. of the IEEE International Conference on Mobile Ad hoc and Sensor Systems (MASS), Monterey, CA, Nov. 2019.

  10. M. Rahmati, A. Arjula, and D. Pompili, “Compressed Underwater Acoustic Communications for Dynamic Interaction with Underwater Vehicles,” Proc. of the ACM International Conference on Underwater Networks and Systems (WUWNet), Oct. 2019.

  11. M. Rahmati, M. Nadeem, V. Sadhu, and D. Pompili, “UW-MARL: Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning for Underwater Adaptive Sampling Using Autonomous Vehicles,” Proc. of the ACM International Conference on Underwater Networks and Systems (WUWNet), Oct. 2019.

  12. W. Chen, M. Rahmati, V. Sadhu, and D. Pompili, “Real-time Image Enhancement for Vision-based Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Navigation in Murky Waters,” Proc. of the ACM International Conference on Underwater Networks and Systems (WUWNet), Oct. 2019. [Best Paper Award Finalist]

  13. M. Rahmati, V. Sadhu, and D. Pompili, “ECO-UW IoT: Eco-friendly Reliable and Persistent Data Transmission in Underwater Internet of Things,” Proc. of the IEEE International Conference on Sensing, Communication and Networking (SECON), Jun. 2019.

  14. M. Rahmati, A. Gurney, and D. Pompili, “Adaptive Underwater Video Transmission via Software-defined MIMO Acoustic Modems,” Proc. of the IEEE/MTS OCEANS Conference, Charleston, SC, Oct. 2018.

  15. M. Rahmati, S. Karten, and D. Pompili, “SLAM-based Underwater Adaptive Sampling Using Autonomous Vehicles,” Proc. of the IEEE/MTS OCEANS Conference, Charleston, SC, Oct. 2018.

  16. P. Pandey, M. Rahmati, D. Pompili, and W. Bajwa, “Robust Distributed Dictionary Learning for In-network Image Compression,” Proc. of the IEEE International Conference on Autonomic Computing (ICAC), Trento, Italy, Sept. 2018.

  17. M. Rahmati, D. Pompili, and R. Petroccia, “Collaborative Hybrid ARQ for CDMA-based Reliable Underwater Acoustic Communication,” Proc. of the IEEE Underwater Communications and Networking Conference (UComms), La Spesia, Italy, Aug. 2018.

  18. C. Abel, R. Chen, J. Gallicchio, G. Zhang, K. Zhou, A. Gurney, M. Rahmati, and D. Pompili, “Adaptive Feedback Protocol for Underwater Vehicles via Software-Defined Acoustic Modems,” Proc. of the IEEE MIT Undergraduate Research Technology Conference (URTC), Cambridge, MA, Oct. 2018. [Best Paper Award]

  19. M. Rahmati and D. Pompili, “SSFB: Signal-Space-Frequency Beamforming for Underwater Acoustic Video Transmission,” Proc. of the IEEE International Conference on Mobile Ad hoc and Sensor Systems (MASS), Orlando, FL, Oct. 2017. [Best Paper Award]

  20. M. Rahmati and D. Pompili, “uwMIMO-HARQ: Reliable Hybrid ARQ Scheme in Underwater Acoustic MIMO Channels,” Proc. of the ACM International Conference on Underwater Networks and Systems (WUWNet), Washington DC, USA, Oct. 2015. [Best Paper Runner-up Award]

  21. M. Rahmati and D. Pompili, “Interference Cancellation in Multiuser Acoustic Underwater Networks Using Probabilistic SDMA,” Proc. of the IEEE International Conference on Mobile Ad hoc and Sensor Systems (MASS), Dallas, USA, Oct. 2015.

  22. M. Rahmati, P. Pandey, and D. Pompili, “Separation and Classification of Underwater Acoustic Sources,” Proc. of the IEEE Underwater Communications Networking Conference (Ucomms), Italy, Sept. 2014.

  23. M. Rahmati and V. Vakil, “Optimizing Energy Consumption in DMF Cooperative System with Mobile Relay using Adaptive Modulation,” Proc. of the IEEE International Conference on Communications, Signal Processing, and their Applications (ICCSPA), Sharjah, UAE, Feb. 2013.

  24. V. Vakil and M. Rahmati, “Adaptive Modulated Cooperative System with Selection Combining,” Proc. of the Iranian Conference on Electrical Engineering (ICEE), Tehran, May 2011.

  25. M. Rahmati and V. T. Vakili, “A Transmitter Model for Performance Improvement and Interference Mitigation of Multi-User STBC-CDMA System in Correlated MISO Channels,” Proc. of the European Symposium on Computer Modeling and Simulation (EMS), Greece, Nov. 2009.

  26. M. Rahmati and V. T. Vakili, “Performance Improvement of STBC CDMA system in correlated MIMO Channels,” Proc. of the International Conferences on Advanced Technologies for Communications (ATC), Vietnam, Oct. 2009.

  27. M. Rahmati and V. T. Vakili, “STBC CDMA System Simulation in MIMO Channels with Correlative Model,” Proc. of the International Conference on Computational Intelligence, Modeling and Simulation (CSSim), Czech Republic, Sept. 2009.

  28. M. Rahmati and V. T. Vakili, “Diversity-Rate Considerations and Precoder Designing for Spatially Correlated Perfect Space-Time Block code,” Proc. of the International Conference on Telecom Technology and Applications (ICTTA), Philippine, Jun. 2009.

  29. M. Rahmati and V. T. Vakili, “Performance Improvement of a Multi-user MIMO System Using Perfect Space-Time Block Code,” Proc. of the International Conference on Communications, Networking and Information Technology (MIC-CNIT), Jordan, Dec. 2007.

  30. M. Rahmati and V.T. Vakili, “Time-Frequency Analysis of Generalized Wiener Process in the Presence of Non-Gaussian and Colored Noise,” Proc. of the International Conference on Communications, Networking and Information Technology (MIC-CNIT), Jordan, Dec. 2007.

Demos

  1. V. Sadhu, M. Rahmati, and D. Pompili, “MOSFET-based Ultra-low-power Realization of Analog Joint Source-Channel Coding for IoTs,” proc. of the IEEE International Conference on Sensing, Communication and Networking (SECON), Boston, MA, 2019. [Best Demo Award]

Posters

  1. M. Rahmati and D. Pompili, “Near-real-time Water-quality Monitoring in the Raritan River using a Hybrid Network of Autonomous Vehicles and Static Stations,” The 11th Annual Sustainable Raritan River Conference and Awards Ceremony, New Brunswick, NJ, June 7, 2019.

  2. M. Rahmati and D. Pompili, “Enabling Real-time Dynamic Control and Adaptation of Networked Robots in Resource-constrained and Uncertain Environments,” The 10th Annual Sustainable Raritan River Conference and Awards Ceremony, New Brunswick, NJ, June 8, 2018.

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