The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Communication channel, Topology, Telecommunications, Upper and lower bounds and Fading. His Communication channel research focuses on MIMO in particular. His work in Topology tackles topics such as Secure communication which are related to areas like Generalized singular value decomposition and Many antennas.
His Upper and lower bounds study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Raptor code, Theoretical computer science, Burst error-correcting code and Channel code, Decoding methods. Ashish Khisti has researched Fading in several fields, including Wireless network, Computer network, Channel state information and Channel capacity. His work in Computer network covers topics such as Cooperative diversity which are related to areas like Relay channel, Distributed algorithm and Statistical time division multiplexing.
Ashish Khisti mainly investigates Communication channel, Computer network, Topology, Algorithm and Upper and lower bounds. His work in the fields of Channel state information and Fading overlaps with other areas such as Erasure. The various areas that Ashish Khisti examines in his Computer network study include Wireless, Wireless network and Relay.
His research in Topology intersects with topics in MIMO, Precoding and Secrecy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Encoder, Coding and Theoretical computer science in addition to Algorithm. His Upper and lower bounds study combines topics in areas such as Communication source, Channel code, Transmission, Independent and identically distributed random variables and Channel capacity.
Ashish Khisti spends much of his time researching Communication channel, Network packet, Algorithm, Decoding methods and Erasure. The Communication channel study combines topics in areas such as Relay, Computer network, Topology and Erasure code. His Computer network study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Wireless, Wireless network and Secure multi-party computation.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Content, Forward error correction, Real-time computing and Disturbance in addition to Network packet. His Algorithm study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Langevin dynamics, Generalization and Coding. His studies in Decoding methods integrate themes in fields like Multiplexing and Sequence.
Ashish Khisti focuses on Communication channel, Algorithm, Decoding methods, Erasure and Packet erasure channel. The concepts of his Communication channel study are interwoven with issues in Computer network, Proactive secret sharing, Cryptography and Topology. His Computer network research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Relay, Additive white Gaussian noise and Channel state information.
Ashish Khisti combines subjects such as Transmission, Matrix decomposition, MIMO, Single antenna interference cancellation and Channel capacity with his study of Topology. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Algorithm, concentrating on Network packet and frequently concerns with Forward error correction, Coding and Markov process. His study looks at the intersection of Packet erasure channel and topics like Code with Sequence, Error detection and correction and Block code.
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A simple Cooperative diversity method based on network path selection
A. Bletsas;A. Khisti;D.P. Reed;A. Lippman.
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (2006)
Secure Transmission With Multiple Antennas—Part II: The MIMOME Wiretap Channel
Ashish Khisti;Gregory W Wornell.
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory (2010)
Secure Transmission with Multiple Antennas II: The MIMOME Wiretap Channel
Ashish Khisti;Gregory Wornell.
arXiv: Information Theory (2010)
A Survey of Physical Layer Security Techniques for 5G Wireless Networks and Challenges Ahead
Yongpeng Wu;Ashish Khisti;Chengshan Xiao;Giuseppe Caire.
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (2018)
Secure Broadcasting Over Fading Channels
A. Khisti;A. Tchamkerten;G.W. Wornell.
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory (2008)
On the Gaussian MIMO Wiretap Channel
A. Khisti;G. Wornell;A. Wiesel;Y. Eldar.
international symposium on information theory (2007)
QoE-Driven Cache Management for HTTP Adaptive Bit Rate Streaming Over Wireless Networks
Weiwen Zhang;Yonggang Wen;Zhenzhong Chen;A. Khisti.
IEEE Transactions on Multimedia (2013)
QoE-driven cache management for HTTP adaptive bit rate (ABR) streaming over wireless networks
Weiwen Zhang;Yonggang Wen;Zhenzhong Chen;Ashish Khisti.
global communications conference (2012)
Smart meter privacy using a rechargeable battery: Minimizing the rate of information leakage
David Varodayan;Ashish Khisti.
international conference on acoustics, speech, and signal processing (2011)
Lattice Strategies for the Dirty Multiple Access Channel
T. Philosof;R. Zamir;U. Erez;A. J. Khisti.
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory (2011)
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