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Anouar Yatribi

Anouar Yatribi is currently a Postdoctoral Research Assistant in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, with the Information Processing and Communications Lab at Imperial College London. He has received his PhD degree from National Higher School of Computer Science and Systems Analysis (ENSIAS), Mohammed V University in Rabat, Morocco in 2021. He obtained the Bachelor and Master’s degrees from the Faculty of Science, Mohammed V University in Rabat, Morocco, in Physics and Electrical Engineering in 2011 and 2013, respectively. He serves as a reviewer for IEEE Access and the American Journal of Networks and Communications. His current areas of research interests include Coding and Information Theory, Error Correcting Codes and Iterative Decoding for Wireless Communication and DNA Data Storage Systems, Discrete Combinatorial Mathematics, Finite Geometries, Optimization Algorithms and Machine Learning.  

You can follow his publications and citations on the Google Scholar page.

Below is a list of his publications.

Publications

Book Chapters

→ Anouar Yatribi, Mostafa Belkasmi, and Fouad Ayoub, An Efficient and Secure Forward Error Correcting Scheme for DNA Data Storage, In International Conference on Soft Computing and Pattern Recognition, pp. 226–237. Springer, 2018. 

Journals

→  Karim Rkizat, Anouar Yatribi, Mohammed Lahmer, and Mostafa Belkasmi, Iterative threshold decoding of high rates quasi-cyclic OSMLD codesInternational Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications, 7, 2016. 

→ Anouar Yatribi, Mostafa Belkasmi and Fouad Ayoub, Gradient-descent decoding of one-step majority-logic decodable codesElsevier, Physical Communication (2020).

→ Anouar Yatribi, Mostafa Belkasmi and Fouad Ayoub, Unified Models for Majority-Logic Decoding of LDPC Codes using Local Optimization TechniquesAccepted in the International Journal of Computer Science & Applications (IJCSA), 2020.

 

 

Journals

Conferences

→  Anouar Yatribi, Fouad Ayoub, Ahmed Azouaoui, Mostafa Belkasmi, Comparison of Hybrid Automatic Repeat Request Protocols using Turbo CodesIn NDENT’13, 2013. 

→  Anouar Yatribi, Fouad Ayoub, Zakaria M'rabet, Ahmed Azouaoui, and Mostafa Belkasmi, Hybrid Automatic Repeat Request Protocols: Turbo-Codes against Cyclic Binary Low-Density Parity-Check Codes, In 2014 5th Workshop on Codes, Cryptography and Communication Systems (WCCCS), pages 86–91. IEEE, 2014. 

→  Anas Aboudeine, Fouad Ayoub, Anouar Yatribi, and Mohammed Benattou, Performance analysis of Coding using Distributed Turbo Codes, In 2015 Third International Workshop on RFID And Adaptive Wireless Sensor Networks (RAWSN), pages 78–81. IEEE, 2015. 

→  Anouar Yatribi, Fouad Ayoub, and Mostafa Belkasmi, Construction of Cyclic One-Step Majority-Logic Decodable Codes using Genetic Algorithms, In 2015 International Conference on Wireless Networks and Mobile Communications (WINCOM), pages 1– 6. IEEE, 2015.

→  Anouar Yatribi, Fouad Ayoub, and Mostafa Belkasmi, An efficient FEC/ARQ scheme using Iterative Threshold DecoderIn JDSIRT'1520:2, 2015.  

→  Anouar Yatribi, Mostafa Belkasmi, Fouad Ayoub, and Zakaria M'rabet, Non-Binary Cyclic Majority-Logic Decodable Codes: An Algebraic Construction by using Genetic Algorithms, In 2016 International Conference on Advanced Communication Systems and Information Security (ACOSIS), pages 1–9. IEEE, 2016.

→  Zakaria M'rabet, Fouad Ayoub, Mostafa Belkasmi, Anouar Yatribi, and Alaoui Ismaili Zine El Abidine, Non-Binary Euclidean Geometry Codes: Majority Logic Decoding, In 2016 International Conference on Advanced Communication Systems and Information Security (ACOSIS), pages 1–7. IEEE, 2016. 

→  Souad Labghough, Anouar Yatribi, Fouad Ayoub and Mostafa BelkasmiCSOC Codes Performance over AWGN Channel, In NDENT’17, 2017. 

→  Otmane El Mouaatamid, Mohamed Lahmer, Mostafa Belkasmi, Zakaria M'rabet, and Anouar Yatribi, One-Step Majority-Logic Decodable Codes derived from Oval designs, In 2017 International Conference on Wireless Networks and Mobile Communications (WINCOM), pages 1–6. IEEE, 2017. 

Conferences