His main research concerns Computer network, Wireless, Wireless sensor network, Network packet and Real-time computing. He studies Quality of service which is a part of Computer network. His study in Wireless is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Interference and Electromagnetic interference.
His research in Wireless sensor network intersects with topics in Key distribution in wireless sensor networks, Embedded system, Location awareness, Software portability and Hardware architecture. Adam Wolisz has included themes like Energy consumption, Wireless ad hoc network and MPEG-4 in his Network packet study. He combines subjects such as Plug-in, Transmission, Efficient energy use and Benchmark with his study of Real-time computing.
Adam Wolisz mainly investigates Computer network, Wireless, Distributed computing, Wireless sensor network and Network packet. His study of Quality of service is a part of Computer network. His Wireless study incorporates themes from Transmission, Electronic engineering and Communication channel.
His work in Distributed computing addresses subjects such as Wireless ad hoc network, which are connected to disciplines such as Mobile ad hoc network. His work in Network packet covers topics such as Real-time computing which are related to areas like Video quality. Adam Wolisz interconnects Inter-Access Point Protocol and IEEE 802.11e-2005 in the investigation of issues within IEEE 802.11.
Adam Wolisz mostly deals with Computer network, Wireless, Distributed computing, Wireless network and Real-time computing. He does research in Computer network, focusing on Testbed specifically. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Wireless sensor network, Software and Source code.
His Distributed computing research incorporates themes from Cellular network, Resource allocation, Scheduling, Vehicle-to-vehicle and Reinforcement learning. His Wireless network research includes themes of Network packet, Neighbor Discovery Protocol, Usability, Point and Server. As a member of one scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Real-time computing, focusing on Quality of experience and, on occasion, Video quality and De facto standard.
His primary areas of study are Computer network, Data mining, Simulation, Domain and Communication channel. His Computer network research includes elements of Wireless, Cloud computing and Task. His work on Radio resource management as part of general Wireless research is frequently linked to Attenuation, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Adam Wolisz usually deals with Simulation and limits it to topics linked to Mobile computing and Real-time computing. His Domain research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Spectrum management, Throughput and Antenna diversity. His Communication channel study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Backhaul, ISM band and Broadcasting.
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EvalVid – A Framework for Video Transmission and Quality Evaluation
Jirka Klaue;Berthold Rathke;Adam Wolisz.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (2003)
Wireless Technology in Industrial Networks
A. Willig;K. Matheus;A. Wolisz.
Proceedings of the IEEE (2005)
A Cognitive Radio Approach for Usage of Virtual Unlicensed Spectrum
Shridhar Mubaraq Mishra;Daniel Willkomm;Robert Brodersen;Adam Wolisz.
Distributed algorithms for transmission power control in wireless sensor networks
M. Kubisch;H. Karl;A. Wolisz;L.C. Zhong.
wireless communications and networking conference (2003)
Measurements of a wireless link in an industrial environment using an IEEE 802.11-compliant physical layer
A. Willig;M. Kubisch;C. Hoene;A. Wolisz.
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics (2002)
Power-saving mechanisms in emerging standards for wireless LANs: the MAC level perspective
H. Woesner;J.-P. Ebert;M. Schlager;A. Wolisz.
IEEE Personal Communications (1998)
Power-efficient rendez-vous schemes for dense wireless sensor networks
E.-Y.A. Lin;J.M. Rabaey;A. Wolisz.
international conference on communications (2004)
TWIST: a scalable and reconfigurable testbed for wireless indoor experiments with sensor networks
Vlado Handziski;Andreas Köpke;Andreas Willig;Adam Wolisz.
ad hoc networks (2006)
COGNITIVE RADIOS FOR DYNAMIC SPECTRUM ACCESS - Dynamic Frequency Hopping Communities for Efficient IEEE 802.22 Operation
Wendong Hu;D. Willkomm;M. Abusubaih;J. Gross.
IEEE Communications Magazine (2007)
Primary Users in Cellular Networks: A Large-Scale Measurement Study
D. Willkomm;S. Machiraju;J. Bolot;A. Wolisz.
2008 3rd IEEE Symposium on New Frontiers in Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks (2008)
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