Mohammad Shaqfeh
Mohammad Shaqfeh
Associate Research Scientist at Texas A&M University at Qatar (TAMUQ)
Verified email at qatar.tamu.edu - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
On multiple users scheduling using superposition coding over Rayleigh fading channels
A Zafar, M Shaqfeh, MS Alouini, H Alnuweiri
IEEE Communications Letters 17 (4), 733-736, 2013
502013
Joint Power and Resource Allocation for Block-Fading Relay-Assisted Broadcast Channels
M Shaqfeh, H Alnuweiri
Wireless Communications, IEEE Transactions on, 1-10, 2011
262011
Exploiting multi-user diversity and multi-hop diversity in dual-hop broadcast channels
A Zafar, M Shaqfeh, MS Alouini, H Alnuweiri
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 12 (7), 3314-3325, 2013
252013
Performance analysis of MIMO multi-hop system with TAS/MRC in Poisson field of interferers
AA AbdelNabi, FS Al-Qahtani, M Shaqfeh, SS Ikki, HM Alnuweiri
IEEE Transactions on Communications 64 (2), 525-540, 2015
232015
Resource allocation for two source-destination pairs sharing a single relay with a buffer
A Zafar, M Shaqfeh, MS Alouini, H Alnuweiri
IEEE Transactions on Communications 62 (5), 1444-1457, 2014
232014
Multiuser switched diversity scheduling schemes
M Shaqfeh, H Alnuweiri, MS Alouini
IEEE Transactions on Communications 60 (9), 2499-2510, 2012
212012
Performance analysis of scheduling policies for delay-tolerant applications in centralized wireless networks
M Shaqfeh, N Goertz
2008 International Symposium on Performance Evaluation of Computer and …, 2008
182008
Robust layered transmission in secure MISO multiuser unicast cognitive radio systems
DWK Ng, M Shaqfeh, R Schober, H Alnuweiri
IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology 65 (10), 8267-8282, 2015
162015
Joint opportunistic scheduling and network coding for bidirectional relay channel
M Shaqfeh, A Zafar, H Alnuweiri, MS Alouini
2013 IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory, 1327-1331, 2013
162013
Utility Maximization for Layered Transmission Using the Broadcast Approach
M Shaqfeh, W Mesbah, H Alnuweiri
Wireless Communications, IEEE Transactions on, 1-11, 0
16
Overlay cognitive radios with channel-aware adaptive link selection and buffer-aided relaying
M Shaqfeh, A Zafar, H Alnuweiri, MS Alouini
IEEE Transactions on Communications 63 (8), 2810-2822, 2015
142015
Channel-Aware Scheduling with Resource-Sharing Constraints in Wireless Networks
M Shaqfeh, N Goertz
Communications, 2008. ICC'08. IEEE International Conference on, 4149-4153, 2008
142008
Ergodic capacity of block-fading Gaussian broadcast and multi-access channels for single-user-selection and constant-power
M Shaqfeh, N Goertz, J Thompson
2009 17th European Signal Processing Conference, 784-788, 2009
132009
Maximizing expected achievable rates for block-fading buffer-aided relay channels
M Shaqfeh, A Zafar, H Alnuweiri, MS Alouini
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 15 (9), 5919-5931, 2016
122016
Optimal relay selection for decode-and-forward opportunistic relaying
M Shaqfeh, F Al-Qahtani, H Alnuweiri
2013 1st International Conference on Communications, Signal Processing, and …, 2013
122013
Power optimization for layered transmission over decode-and-forward relay channels
MA Attia, M Shaqfeh, K Seddik, H Alnuweiri
2014 International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference …, 2014
92014
Jointly optimal rate and power allocation for multilayer transmission
W Mesbah, M Shaqfeh, H Alnuweiri
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 13 (2), 834-845, 2014
82014
A simple and efficient approximation to the modified Bessel functions and its applications to Rician fading
R Salahat, E Salahat, A Hakam, T Assaf
2013 7th IEEE GCC Conference and Exhibition (GCC), 351-354, 2013
82013
Comments on the boundary of the capacity region of multiaccess fading channels
M Shaqfeh, N Goertz
Information Theory, IEEE Transactions on 55 (7), 3407-3408, 2009
82009
Joint scheduling for dual-hop block-fading broadcast channels
A Zafar, M Shaqfeh, MS Alouini, H Alnuweiri
2012 IEEE Globecom Workshops, 141-145, 2012
72012
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