2011 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to wireless information systems
His primary scientific interests are in Computer network, Distributed computing, Wireless network, Wireless ad hoc network and Game theory. His study connects Wireless distribution system and Computer network. Stephen B. Wicker has researched Distributed computing in several fields, including Wireless sensor network and Destination-Sequenced Distance Vector routing, Wireless Routing Protocol, Geographic routing, Dynamic Source Routing.
His work in Wireless sensor network covers topics such as Key distribution in wireless sensor networks which are related to areas like Routing, Data aggregator, Wireless lan, Telecommunications network and Application layer. Stephen B. Wicker interconnects Protocol stack, Software development and Link layer in the investigation of issues within Wireless network. His studies in Game theory integrate themes in fields like Aloha and Cheap talk.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Computer network, Algorithm, Decoding methods, Error detection and correction and Wireless network. His Computer network research incorporates themes from Key distribution in wireless sensor networks, Distributed computing, Game theory and Wireless ad hoc network. His studies deal with areas such as Throughput, Retransmission and Hybrid automatic repeat request as well as Algorithm.
His study in Decoding methods is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Electronic engineering and Communication channel, Bit error rate. His study focuses on the intersection of Wireless network and fields such as Random access with connections in the field of Aloha. The study incorporates disciplines such as Block code and Linear code in addition to Turbo code.
Stephen B. Wicker focuses on Computer security, Internet privacy, Computer network, Demand response and Cryptography. His work in the fields of Personally identifiable information overlaps with other areas such as Reservation of rights, Consumer Bill of Rights and Context. Stephen B. Wicker has included themes like Wireless network, Blockchain and Partition in his Computer network study.
His Wireless network study combines topics in areas such as Graph theory and Network packet. His research in Cryptography intersects with topics in Telecommunications, Distributed computing and Group key. He interconnects Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol, Wireless Routing Protocol, Multipath routing, Link-state routing protocol and Zone Routing Protocol in the investigation of issues within Distributed computing.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Computer security, Internet privacy, Demand response, Computer network and Information privacy. His Personally identifiable information study in the realm of Computer security interacts with subjects such as Context. Internet privacy is closely attributed to Deception in his research.
Stephen B. Wicker combines subjects such as Load management, Automatic meter reading, Harm and Metric with his study of Demand response. Many of his research projects under Computer network are closely connected to Information repository with Information repository, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Information technology and Moral obligation.
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Error Control Systems for Digital Communication and Storage
Stephen B. Wicker.
The impact of data aggregation in wireless sensor networks
L. Krishnamachari;D. Estrin;S. Wicker.
international conference on distributed computing systems (2002)
Design challenges for energy-constrained ad hoc wireless networks
A.J. Goldsmith;S.B. Wicker.
IEEE Wireless Communications (2002)
Reed-Solomon Codes and Their Applications
Stephen B. Wicker;Vijay K. Bhargava.
Reed-Solomon Codes and Their Applications (1999)
Modelling Data-Centric Routing in Wireless Sensor Networks
Bhaskar Krishnamachari;Deborah Estrin;Stephen Wicker.
Complex Behavior at Scale: An Experimental Study of Low-Power Wireless Sensor Networks
Deepak Ganesan;Deborah Estrin;Alec Woo;David Culler.
Chris Heegard;Stephen B. Wicker.
Applications of error-control coding
D.J. Costello;J. Hagenauer;H. Imai;S.B. Wicker.
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory (1998)
Game theory in communications: motivation, explanation, and application to power control
A.B. MacKenzie;S.B. Wicker.
global communications conference (2001)
Game theory and the design of self-configuring, adaptive wireless networks
A.B. MacKenzie;S.B. Wicker.
IEEE Communications Magazine (2001)
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