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Peter Wayner is a writer known for his books on technology and his writing in mainstream publications including The New York Times, InfoWorld, and Wired magazine. His work on mimic functions, a camouflaging technique for encoding data so it takes on the statistical characteristics of other information, is an example of steganography. In 2018, he wrote a highly criticized article about the New York City transit system, advocating for the eradication of subway trains.
Wayner, Peter (1999). Compression Algorithms for Real Programmers (The For Real Programmers Series). Morgan Kaufmann. ISBN978-0-12-788774-6.
Wayner, Peter (1995). Agents Unleashed: A Public Domain Look at Agent Technology. Morgan Kaufmann. ISBN978-0-12-738765-9.
Wayner, Peter (2013). Future Ride: 80 Ways the Self-Driving, Autonomous Car Will Change Everything from Buying Groceries to Teen Romance to Surviving a Hurricane to Turning Ten to Having a Heart Attack to Building a Dream Home to Simple Getting from Here to There. ISBN1484123336.