Publications

  • Journals (After 2017)

  1. S. Zhou, S. Salehkalaibar, J. Qian, J. Chen, W. Shi,Y. Ge, and W. Tong, “On distributed lossy coding of symmetrically correlated Gaussian sources,” IEEE Trans. on Comm., 2022.

  2. S. Salehkalaibar, M. H. Yassaee, V. Y. F. Tan and M. Ahmadipour, "State masking over a two-state compound channel", IEEE Trans. on Info. Theory, 2021.

  3. S. Salehkalaibar and M. Wigger, "Distributed hypothesis testing with variable-length coding", IEEE Journal of Selected Areas on Information Theory (JSAIT), Special issue on statistical estimation and inference, 2020.

  4. S. Salehkalaibar and M. Wigger, "Distributed hypothesis testing based on unequal-error protection codes", IEEE Trans. on Info. Theory, 2020.

  5. S. Salehkalaibar, M. Wigger, L. Wang, "Hypothesis testing over the two-hop relay network", IEEE Trans. on Information Theory, 2019.

  6. R. Toosi, S. Salehkalaibar and M. A. Akhaee, "Improved ensemble growing method for steganalysis of digital media", Multimedia Tools and Applications, 2018.

  7. S. Salehkalaibar, M. Wigger and R. Timo, "On hypothesis testing against independence with multiple decision centers", IEEE Trans. on Communications, 2018.

  8. S. Salehkalaibar, F. Aminifar and M. Shahidehpour, "Hypothesis testing for privacy of smart meters with side information", IEEE Trans. on Smart Grids, 2018.

  9. A. Amiri, S. Salehkalaibar and B. Maham, "Detection in neuronal communications with finite channel state", Nano Communication Networks, 2017.

  10. A. Amiri, B. Maham and S. Salehkalaibar, "Inter-neuron interference analysis in neuro-synaptic communications", IEEE Communications Letters, 2017.

  • Selected Journals (Before 2017)

  1. S. Salehkalaibar, M. Mirmohseni and M. R. Aref, "One-receiver, two-eavesdropper broadcast channel with degraded message sets", IEEE Trans. on Information Forensics and Security, 2013.

  2. S. Salehkalaibar, L. Ghabeli and M. R. Aref, "An achievable rate for relay networks based on compress-and-forward strategy", IEEE Communications Letters, 2010.

  • Conference papers (After 2017)

  1. S. Salehkalaibar, B. Phan, J. Chen, W. Yu and A. Khisti, “On the choice of perception loss function for learned video compression,” Neural Information Processing Systems (NeurIPS), 2023. A short version appeared in Neural Compression Workshop in 40th Int. Conf. on Machine Learning (ICML), Honolulu, Hawaii, 2023.

  2. Y. Liu, S. Salehkalaibar, S. Rini and J. Chen, “M22: Rate-distortion inspired gradient compression,” IEEE Int. Conf. on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), Rhodes Island, Greece, 2023.

  3. H. Liu, Z. Wu, L. Li, S. Salehkalaibar, J. Chen and K. Wang, “Towards Multi-domain Single Image Dehazing via Test-time Training,” IEEE/CVF Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), New Orleans, Louisiana, 2022.

  4. S. Salehkalaibar, B. Phan, A. Khisti and W. Yu , “Rate-distortion-perception tradeoff based on the conditional perception measure,” 31st Biennial Symp. on Comm. (BSC), Montreal, Canada, 2023.

  5. S. Zhou, S. Salehkalaibar, J. Qian, J. Chen, W. Shi, Y. Ge, and W. Tong, “On distributed lossy coding of symmetrically correlated Gaussian sources,” 56th Annual Conference on Information Sciences and Systems (CISS), Princeton University, Mar. 2022 (invited paper).

  6. S. Salehkalaibar and V. Y. F. Tan, "Distributed Sequential Hypothesis Testing With Zero- Rate Compression", IEEE Information Theory Workshop (ITW), Kanazawa, Japan, 2021.

  7. L. Sadighi, S. Salehkalaibar and S. Rini, "On sum secure degrees of freedom for K-user MISO broadcast channel with alternating CSIT", IEEE Information Theory Workshop (ITW), Riva Del Garda, Italy, 2020.

  8. S. Salehkalaibar and M. Wigger, "Distributed hypothesis testing with variable-length coding", 18th International Symposium on Modeling and Optimization in Mobile, Ad Hoc, and Wireless Networks (WiOPT), Volos, Greece, 2020.

  9. S. N. Keramaati and S. Salehkalaibar, "Private information retrieval from non-replicated databases with optimal message size", IEEE Iran Workshop on Communication and In- formation Theory (IWCIT), Tehran, Iran, 2020.

  10. M. Ahmadipour, S. Salehkalaibar, M. H. Yassaee and V. Y. F. Tan, "Covert communication over a compound discrete memoryless channel", IEEE Int. Symp. on Info. Theory (ISIT), Paris, France, 2019.

  11. S. Salehkalaibar and M. Wigger, "Distributed hypothesis testing over multi-access channels", IEEE Globecom, Abu Dhabi, 2018.

  12. S. Belhadj Amor, A. Gilani, S. Salehkalaibar and V. Y. F. Tan, "Distributed hypothesis testing with privacy constraints", IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory and Its Applications (ISITA), Singapore, 2018.

  13. M. Sharafi and S. Salehkalaibar, "Hypothesis testing approach to privacy of smart meters with reliability constraints", IEEE Iran Worshop on Communications and Information Theory (IWCIT), Tehran, Iran, 2018.

  14. S. Salehkalaibar and M. Wigger, "Hypothesis testing over noisy channels", International Zurich Seminar (IZS), Zurich, Switzerland, 2017.

  15. S. Salehkalaibar, M. Wigger and L. Wang, "Hypothesis testing over cascade channels", IEEE Information Theory Workshop (ITW), Kaohsiung, Taiwan, 2017.

  16. S. Salehkalaibar, M. Wigger and L. Wang, "Exposants d'erreur type-II ultimes pour tests d'hypothse binaries dans un reseal mutli-sauts", Gretsi, Paris, France, 2017 (in French).

  17. B. Heydari, H. Yajam, M. A. Akhaee and S. Salehkalaibar, "Utilizing features of aggregated flows to identify botnet network traffic", International ISC Conference on Information Security and Cryptology (ISCISC), Shiraz, Iran, 2017.

  18. S. Salehkalaibar, "Physical-layer authentication: a hypothesis testing approach", International ISC Conference on Information Security and Cryptology (ISCISC), Shiraz, Iran, 2017 (invited talk).

  19. M. A. Alipour and S. Salehkalaibar, "On secure degrees of freedom for three-user MISO broadcast channel with three messages", IEEE Iran Worshop on Communications and Information Theory (IWCIT), Tehran, Iran, 2017.

  • Selected Conference papers (Before 2017)

  1. S. Salehkalaibar and M. R. Aref, "On source transmission over some classes of relay channels", IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT), MIT, USA, 2012.

  2. S. Salehkalaibar and M. R. Aref, "The capacity region of a class of 3-receiver broadcast channels with two eavesdroppers", IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT), St. Petersburg, Russia, 2011.