School of Information Sciences

Martin B.H. Weiss

Associate Dean & Professor

717A IS Building
412-624-9430

mbw@pitt.edu
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Institution of highest degree:
Ph.D. Carnegie Mellon University

Research Interests:

Policy and industry implications of new technologies, secondary use of spectrum, spectrum trading, cost modeling of telecommunications technologies, technical standards and their impact on industry.

Recent Publications:

Weiss, Martin B.H. and Altamaimi, Mohammed and McHenry, Mark (2013) Enforcement and Spectrum Sharing: A Case Study of the 1695-1710 MHz Band. In: 8th International Conference on Cognitive Radio Oriented Wireless Networks (CrownCom), July 8–10, 2013, Washington DC.

Pelechrinis, Konstantinos and Krishnamurthy, Prashant and Weiss, Martin B.H. and Znati, Taieb (2013) Cognitive Radio Networks: Realistic or Not? ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review, 43 (2). pp. 44-51. ISSN 0146-4833 

Chokesatean, Parasak and Weiss, Martin B.H. (2012) Credibility-Based Binary Feedback Model for Grid Resource Planning. Working Paper. UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)

Weiss, Martin B.H. and Cui, Liu (2012) The Hinges of Destiny: A Decision Analysis of Spectrum Users’ Choices. In: IEEE DySPAN (Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks), October 2012, Bellevue, Washington, USA.

Weiss, Martin B.H. and Krishnamurthy, Prashant and Pelechrinis, Konstantinos and Doyle, Linda E. (2012) When is electromagnetic spectrum fungible? In: IEEE DySPAN (Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks), October 2012, Bellevue, Washington, USA.

Weiss, Martin B.H. and Lehr, William H. and Cui, Liu and Altamaimi, Mohammed (2012) Enforcement in Dynamic Spectrum Access Systems. In: Telecommunications Policy Research Conference, 21-23 September 2012, Arlington, Virginia, USA.

Weiss, Martin B.H. and Cui, Liu (2012) Spectrum Trading with Interference Rights. In: 7th International Conference on Cognitive Radio Oriented Wireless Networks (CrownCom), June 18–20, 2012, Stockholm, Sweden.

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