#504674 Overall Influence

Jeremiah F. Hayes


Why is this person notable and influential?

From Wikipedia

Jeremiah F. Hayes was an award winning North American professor of electrical engineering. In 1983, he was honored as an IEEE fellow for his first published book which was about computer communications. On that project, Hayes worked with Andrew Viterbi on combining Erlang with Shannon–Hartley theorem. He also co-authored a communications textbook entitled Digital Communications Principles with Stephen Weinstein and Richard D. Gitlin. He received the Canadian Award for Telecommunications Research in 1996, and was a senior editor of the Journal on Selected Areas in Communications . His most noted work was subgroup polling. Jeremiah Francis Hayes was born on July 8, 1934 in New York NY, and died on May 8, 2018 in Victoria BC, Canada.

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What schools is this person affiliated with?

University of Canterbury

University in Christchurch, New Zealand

Concordia University

University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada

University of California, Berkeley

Public research university in Berkeley, California, United States

University of Victoria

University in Victoria, British Columbia

Purdue University

Public research university in West Lafayette, Indiana, United States

Manhattan College

Roman Catholic, liberal arts college in New York City

New York University Tandon School of Engineering

School of New York University

New York University

Private research university in New York City

Influence Rankings by Discipline

How’s this person influential?
#14670 World Rank
#54589 World Rank
Computer Science
#173727 World Rank
#346685 World Rank
#810662 World Rank