2014 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
2003 - ACM Fellow For contributions to the design of dependable systems and networks.
2000 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to tools and techniques for performance and dependability evaluation of computer systems and networks.
William H. Sanders mainly investigates Distributed computing, Computer security, Dependability, Petri net and Intrusion detection system. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Fault, Application software, Computer network and Intrusion tolerance. His study in the field of Security policy, Computer security model and Software security assurance is also linked to topics like Situation awareness.
His work carried out in the field of Dependability brings together such families of science as Security domain, Rotation formalisms in three dimensions, Fault tolerance, Extensibility and Software quality. His Petri net study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Theoretical computer science, Formal specification, Artificial intelligence and Implementation. His Intrusion detection system research includes elements of Real-time computing, Markov decision process, Network security and Smart grid.
Distributed computing, Computer security, Dependability, Theoretical computer science and Computer network are his primary areas of study. His Distributed computing research incorporates themes from Fault and Fault injection. His Computer security research integrates issues from Software deployment, Smart grid and Cyber-physical system.
William H. Sanders has researched Dependability in several fields, including State and Petri net, Stochastic Petri net. William H. Sanders combines subjects such as Rotation formalisms in three dimensions, Formal specification and Markov model with his study of Theoretical computer science. His Markov model research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Mathematical optimization and State space.
His primary areas of investigation include Computer security, Intrusion detection system, Cyber-physical system, Software-defined networking and Computer security model. William H. Sanders works on Computer security which deals in particular with Adversary. His study with Intrusion detection system involves better knowledge in Artificial intelligence.
His Uncertainty quantification study also includes
Discrete event simulation models and related State,
Home automation together with Distributed computing. His work in Distributed computing addresses issues such as Sensor fusion, which are connected to fields such as Robustness. His research on OpenFlow also deals with topics like
Attack model that connect with fields like Dependability,
Fault injection, which have a strong connection to Reliability engineering.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Computer security, Intrusion detection system, Anomaly detection, Smart grid and Electricity. His Computer security research incorporates elements of Real-time computing, Software deployment and Cyber-physical system. His Intrusion detection system course of study focuses on Asset and System safety, Scalability, Security through obscurity and Information security.
His studies in Smart grid integrate themes in fields like Wind power and Distributed generation. William H. Sanders interconnects Theoretical computer science, Documentation and Security testing in the investigation of issues within Security engineering. His Cluster analysis study incorporates themes from Effective method, Distributed computing, Computer network, Shared resource and Sensor fusion.
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Model-based evaluation: from dependability to security
D.M. Nicol;W.H. Sanders;K.S. Trivedi.
IEEE Transactions on Dependable and Secure Computing (2004)
The Mobius framework and its implementation
D.D. Deavours;G. Clark;T. Courtney;D. Daly.
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (2002)
Stochastic Activity Networks: Structure, Behavior, and Application
John F. Meyer;A. Movaghar;William H. Sanders.
International Workshop on Timed Petri Nets (1985)
Reduced base model construction methods for stochastic activity networks
W.H. Sanders;J.F. Meyer.
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (1991)
Intrusion Detection for Advanced Metering Infrastructures: Requirements and Architectural Directions
Robin Berthier;William H. Sanders;Himanshu Khurana.
international conference on smart grid communications (2010)
AQuA: an adaptive architecture that provides dependable distributed objects
M. Cukier;J. Ren;C. Sabnis;D. Henke.
symposium on reliable distributed systems (1998)
The Mobius modeling tool
G. Clark;T. Courtney;D. Daly;D. Deavours.
international workshop on petri nets and performance models (2001)
The UltraSAN modeling environment
W. H. Sanders;W. D. Oball;M. A. Qureshi;F. K. Widjanarko.
Performance Evaluation (1995)
Optimal state-space lumping in Markov chains
Salem Derisavi;Holger Hermanns;William H. Sanders.
Information Processing Letters (2003)
Analysis of distributed policy rule-sets for compliance with global policy
David M. Nicol;William H. Sanders;Sankalp Singh;Mouna Seri.
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