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Technical Committee on Mobile Network and Applications (MoNA) [schedule] [select]
Chair Ryoichi Shinkuma (Kyoto Univ.)
Vice Chair Shigeaki Tagashira (Kansai Univ.), Gen Kitagata (Tohoku Univ.)
Secretary Shigemi Ishida (Kyushu Univ.), Koichi Nihei (NEC), Takayuki Nishio (Kyoto Univ.), Takato Saito (NTT DOCOMO)
Assistant Ken Usui (KDDI Research), Kenji Kanai (Waseda Univ.)

Conference Date Tue, Dec 25, 2018 09:15 - 17:40
Topics General 
Conference Place Toyosu Campus, Shibaura Institute of Technology 
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Tue, Dec 25 AM  SIT students session 1: Ad-hoc network
09:15 - 10:35
(1) 09:15-09:35 Research on Disaster Information Communication system using Message Ferry MoNA2018-38 Ryoma Sato, Koichi Gyoda (SIT)
(2) 09:35-09:55 Study on Performance Improvement of MANET Protocol FORP-SOS for Disaster Relief Communication MoNA2018-39 Satoru Inazu, Koich Gyoda (Sshibaura Inst. of Tech.)
(3) 09:55-10:15 Study on MANET protocol DSR-SOS for disaster rescue communication MoNA2018-40 Koya Kasama, Koichi Gyoda (Shibaura Inst. of Tech.)
(4) 10:15-10:35 Evaluation method of wireless ad-hoc network protocol for inter-vehicle communication using actual environment-based model MoNA2018-41 Kiichi Ishijima, Koichi Gyoda (SIT)
  10:35-10:45 Break ( 10 min. )
Tue, Dec 25 AM  SIT students session 2: Traffic modeling, engineering
10:45 - 11:45
(5) 10:45-11:05 Characteristic analysis of mean packet delay in DR-MPCP to limit traffic of malicious users MoNA2018-42 Tomoko Kamimura, Sumiko Miyata (Shibaura Inst. of Tech.)
(6) 11:05-11:25 Network traffic prediction method considering chaos theory with TCP and UDP MoNA2018-43 Naoto Suzuki, Sumiko Miyata (SIT)
(7) 11:25-11:45 A Study of utility effectiveness of flow admission control with user unsatisfaction MoNA2018-44 Hiroshi Shibayama, Sumiko Miyata (SIT)
  11:45-13:00 Lunch break ( 75 min. )
Tue, Dec 25 PM  General
13:00 - 13:50
(8) 13:00-13:25 Low-delay route construction method against black hole attack in MANET MoNA2018-45 Nozomi Sasaki, Shintaro Imai, Yoshikazu Arai, Toshimitsu Inomata (Iwate Prefectural Univ.)
  13:50-14:00 Break ( 10 min. )
Tue, Dec 25 PM  SIT students session 3: Machine learning
14:00 - 15:20
(10) 14:00-14:20 Emotions detection scheme using facial skin temperature and heart rate MoNA2018-47 Kahil Mustafa Jamal S, Eiji Kamioka (SIT)
(11) 14:20-14:40 ASSESSING VERACITY OF INFORMATION BASED ON EMOTION ANALYSIS MoNA2018-48 Fatin Amanina Ahmad Tarmizi, Eiji Kamioka (Shibaura Institute of Technology)
(12) 14:40-15:00 Detection of Predator Animals Features using Machine Learning MoNA2018-49 Fahad Alharbi, Eiji Kamioka (SIT)
(13) 15:00-15:20 Human Gait Recognition Method for Long and Baggy Clothes Using Machine Learning MoNA2018-50 Abrar Alharbi, Eiji Kamioka (SIT)
  15:20-15:30 Break ( 10 min. )
Tue, Dec 25 PM  SIT students session 4: Video streaming
15:30 - 16:30
(14) 15:30-15:50 Two types of flows admission control considering bandwidth variation to maximize total user satisfaction MoNA2018-51 Yuya Toyoshima, Sumiko Miyata (SIT)
(15) 15:50-16:10 Video quality influence on changed buffer occupancy of MPEG-DASH using queueing theory MoNA2018-52 Daisuke Kasuya, Sumiko Miyata (SIT)
(16) 16:10-16:30 Traffic load characteristics analysis of equality based flow admission control by using virtual machines MoNA2018-53 Hayato Sato, Sumiko Miyata (SIT)
  16:30-16:40 Break ( 10 min. )
Tue, Dec 25 PM  SIT students session 5: Application
16:40 - 17:40
(17) 16:40-17:00 Improvement and Evaluation of Sleeping Monitoring System for Evacuees’ Health Management in Case of Disaster MoNA2018-54 Masato Abe, Gyoda Koichi (Shibaura Inst. of Tech.)
(18) 17:00-17:20 Detection of user's movement state using rotation vector sensor in indoor PDR for disaster relief MoNA2018-55 Masaki Nishizaka, Hiroaki Morino (SIT)
(19) 17:20-17:40 A network collaboration experiment system of various kinds of robots at the exhibition hall MoNA2018-56 Satoshi Okano, Tomoyuki Nakai, Nobuto Matsuhira (SIT), Ryo Yamaguchi, Eri Shimokawara (TMU), Masahiko Narita (AIIT)

Announcement for Speakers
General TalkEach speech will have 20 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for discussion.
General Talk (芝浦工大 学生セッション, SIT students session)Each speech will have 15 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for discussion.

Contact Address and Latest Schedule Information
MoNA Technical Committee on Mobile Network and Applications (MoNA)   [Latest Schedule]
Contact Address Shigemi Ishida (Kyushu Univ.)
Takayuki Nishio (Kyoto Univ.)
Koichi Nihei (NEC)
Takato Saito (NTT DOCOMO)

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