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ICSS, IPSJ-SPT 2014-03-28
Okinawa Meio Univiersity A Method To Detect Android Privilege Escalation
Wataru Hasegawa, Lujo Bauer (Carnegie Mellon Univ.), Kilho Shin (Univ. of Hyogo) ICSS2013-82
Privilege Escalation on mobile devices is a particular concern, due both to the large amount of sensitive personal data ... [more] ICSS2013-82
EMM, ISEC, SITE, ICSS, IPSJ-CSEC, IPSJ-SPT [detail] 2013-07-18
Hokkaido   An Approach to Amplitude Scaling Partial Encryption for Compressed Audio
Twe Ta Oo, Takao Onoye (Osaka Univ.), Kilho Shin (Univ. of Hyogo) ISEC2013-33 SITE2013-28 ICSS2013-38 EMM2013-35
 [more] ISEC2013-33 SITE2013-28 ICSS2013-38 EMM2013-35
Hiroshima Hiroshima City Univ. The bias of bit distribution issue in plain text archiving
Ahmed Tallat, Hiroshi Yasuda, Kilho Shin (Tokyo Denki Univ.) IN2012-135
this paper proposes a distributed plain text archive scheme. The most interesting feature of it is that the bias of bits... [more] IN2012-135
COMP 2006-04-26
Kyoto Kyoto University An Efficient Alignability Decision Algorithm for Unordered Trees
Tetsuji Kuboyama, Kilho Shin (Univ. of Tokyo)
 [more] COMP2006-7
ISEC 2005-12-16
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. A Proposal of the Moderation Model for the Problem of Mismatch between Contents of Web Page
Kwanghyun Song, Kilho Shin, Tetsuji Kuboyama, Akinori Taguchi, Terumasa Aoki, Hiroshi Yasuda (Tokyo Univ.)
 [more] ISEC2005-113
PRMU, NLC 2005-02-24
Tokyo   Merging Shock Trees Using Alignable Mappings
Tetsuji Kuboyama, Kilho Shin (Univ. of Tokyo), Tetsuhiro Miyahara (Hiroshima City Univ.)
A shock tree is a very effective characterization for representing 2D shapes. Torsello and Hancock have proposed an unsu... [more] NLC2004-113 PRMU2004-195
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