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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
IA, CQ, MIKA
(Joint)
2022-09-15
16:00
Hokkaido Hokkaido Citizens Actives Center
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Simulation Evaluation of Plumtree Application in Blockchain Networks
Yusuke Kitagawa (Kogakuin Univ), Kazuyuki Shudo (Tokyo Tech), Osamu Mizuno, Ryohei Banno (Kogakuin Univ) IA2022-19
In a blockchain, many nodes are randomly interconnected to form a peer-to-peer (P2P) network, and each node broadcasts i... [more] IA2022-19
pp.26-31
IA, SITE, IPSJ-IOT [detail] 2022-03-07
10:45
Kyoto Kyoto University, Yoshida Campus
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Implementation of Cloud-based Load Distribution Model in Information-Centric Networking based Wireless Sensor Networks
Eishin Nagaoka, Masaki Yoshii, Ryohei Banno, Osamu Mizuno (Kogakuin Univ.) SITE2021-49 IA2021-62
We have proposed an Information-Centric Networking (ICN) -based Wireless Sensor Networks Platform (ICSNP), which applies... [more] SITE2021-49 IA2021-62
pp.19-24
IN, IA
(Joint)
2021-12-16
17:05
Hiroshima Higashi-Senda campus, Hiroshima Univ.
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Evaluation of Processing Delay of Authentication and Authorization Infrastructure for IoT Data Distribution System Using Ticket-based Access Control
Masaki Yoshii, Ryohei Banno, Osamu Mizuno (Kogakuin Univ.) IA2021-39
We have proposed a new service model based on IoT data distribution using fog computing. It is expected that fog nodes i... [more] IA2021-39
pp.44-49
IA 2021-10-15
16:25
Online Online A study of scalable IoT data collection method by shared-subscription with MQTT brokers
Ryohei Banno, Toshinori Yoshizawa (Kogakuin Univ.) IA2021-26
Internet of Things (IoT) systems like a smart factory require collecting a massive amount of data from sensors. MQTT is ... [more] IA2021-26
pp.1-5
IA, ICSS 2021-06-21
15:50
Online Online Verification of Applying Plumtree Algorithm to Blockchain Networks
Yusuke Kitagawa (Kogakuin Univ.), Kazuyuki Shudo (Tokyo Tech), Osamu Mizuno, Ryohei Banno (Kogakuin Univ.) IA2021-7 ICSS2021-7
Blockchain is gaining attention as a technology to support cryptocurrency. It is a system that prevents internal and ext... [more] IA2021-7 ICSS2021-7
pp.39-42
SITE, IA, IPSJ-IOT [detail] 2021-03-02
09:30
Online Online Evaluation of Processing Delay Time in IoT Data Distribution Method Appling Table-based Access Control List
Masaki Yoshii, Ryohei Banno, Osamu Mizuno (Kogakuin Univ.) SITE2020-46 IA2020-42
Fog Computing, in which a fog node that performs pre-processing such as machine learning and data cleansing is placed be... [more] SITE2020-46 IA2020-42
pp.46-51
SITE, IA, IPSJ-IOT [detail] 2021-03-02
09:55
Online Online MQTT-SN Acceleration using P4
Koki Osawa (Kogakuin Univ.), Tomoya Hibi (NTT), Ryohei Banno (Kogakuin Univ.) SITE2020-47 IA2020-43
MQTT is a major communication protocol for the IoT. In MQTT, all communication is done through a server called a "broker... [more] SITE2020-47 IA2020-43
pp.52-57
IA 2021-01-29
14:25
Online Online A Routing Method for Range Queries Utilizing Detour Routes on Skip Graph
Yuya Miki, Takeshi Kaneko (Tokyo Tech), Ryohei Banno (Tokyo Tech/Kogakuin Univ.), Kazuyuki Shudo (Tokyo Tech) IA2020-33
A structured overlay is a technique to construct an autonomous decentralized network of nodes and to achieve efficient r... [more] IA2020-33
pp.15-20
NS 2020-10-09
10:55
Online Online [Invited Lecture] Trends of MQTT: A Lightweight Messaging Protocol for IoT
Ryohei Banno (Kogakuin Univ.) NS2020-68
MQTT has attracted much interest in Internet of Things (IoT) field, owing to its light-weight protocol design and the be... [more] NS2020-68
p.68
NS, IN
(Joint)
2020-03-05
09:30
Okinawa Royal Hotel Okinawa Zanpa-Misaki
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Shortening Path Lengths on P2P Networks with a Double Sweep Based Technique
Takeshi Kaneko, Ryohei Banno, Kazuyuki Shudo (TokyoTech) NS2019-186
 [more] NS2019-186
pp.53-58
NS, IN
(Joint)
2020-03-05
10:10
Okinawa Royal Hotel Okinawa Zanpa-Misaki
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Effects of Relay Networks in Bitcoin
Kai Otsuki, Kazuyuki Shudo, Ryohei Banno (TIT) NS2019-192
Bitcoin's throughput falls greatly behind that of centralized systems such as Visa and PayPal.
Its throughput must be ... [more]
NS2019-192
pp.89-94
NS, IN
(Joint)
2020-03-05
11:40
Okinawa Royal Hotel Okinawa Zanpa-Misaki
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Simulation of the Bitcoin Network Considering Compact Block Relay and Internet Improvements
Ryunosuke Nagayama, Kazuyuki Shudo, Ryohei Banno (Tokyo Tech) NS2019-208
Improving transaction throughput is an important challenge for Bitcoin. However, shortening the block generation interva... [more] NS2019-208
pp.179-183
IA, SITE, IPSJ-IOT [detail] 2019-03-08
10:20
Tokushima Grand XIV Naruto SimBlock: A Blockchain Network Simulator
Yusuke Aoki, Kai Otsuki, Takashi Kaneko, Ryohei Banno, Kazuyuki Shudo (Tokyo Tech) SITE2018-78 IA2018-70
Blockchain, which is a technology for distributedly managing ledger information over multiple nodes without a centralize... [more] SITE2018-78 IA2018-70
pp.219-224
IA, SITE, IPSJ-IOT [detail] 2019-03-08
15:00
Tokushima Grand XIV Naruto Detouring Skip Graph: A Structured Overlay Utilizing Detour Routes
Takeshi Kaneko, Ryohei Banno, Yusuke Aoki, Kazuyuki Shudo (Tokyo Tech) SITE2018-86 IA2018-78
Skip Graph, one of the structured overlays, constructs its own structure based on membership vectors assigned to every n... [more] SITE2018-86 IA2018-78
pp.343-350
IA 2018-09-04
14:40
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. Conference Hall Reducing Average Path Lengths of Range Queries on Skip Graphs
Ryohei Banno, Kazuyuki Shudo (Tokyo Tech) IA2018-27
Structured overlay networks are useful techniques to enable a large number of nodes to discover each other in an autonom... [more] IA2018-27
pp.69-76
IA, SITE, IPSJ-IOT [detail] 2016-03-03
15:15
Saga Nijino-Matsubara Hotel (Karatsu-shi, Saga-prefecture) FRT-Skip Graph: A Skip Graph-Style Strucutred Overlay based on Flexible Routing Tables
Masashi Hojo (Tokyo Tech), Ryohei Banno (NTT), Kazuyuki Shudo (Tokyo Tech) SITE2015-63 IA2015-95
Structured overlays can perform to construct a network autonomously by a number of nodes and to search other nodes and d... [more] SITE2015-63 IA2015-95
pp.97-102
IA, SITE, IPSJ-IOT [detail] 2016-03-03
15:40
Saga Nijino-Matsubara Hotel (Karatsu-shi, Saga-prefecture) Self-Refining Skip Graph: A Structured Overlay Approaching to Ideal Skip Graph
Takafumi Kawaguchi, Ryohei Banno, Masashi Hojo, Kazuyuki Shudo (Tokyo Tech) SITE2015-64 IA2015-96
Structured overlays construct mathematical and logical structural networks. In Skip Graph, one of structured overlays, e... [more] SITE2015-64 IA2015-96
pp.103-108
IA 2015-11-12
17:00
Chiba NARITA VIEW HOTEL [Poster Presentation] Implementation of cross layer Pub/Sub middleware and evaluation of join and leave performance
Masahiro Fujita, Toyokazu Akiyama (Kyoto Sangyo Univ.), Yuuichi Teranishi (NICT), Ryohei banno, Katsuyoshi Iida (Tokyo Tech) IA2015-55
Application Layer Multicast(ALM) is one of the major approach to deliver inter-broker messages efficiently in Pub/Sub mi... [more] IA2015-55
pp.95-96
IN, IA
(Joint)
2013-12-20
11:35
Hiroshima Hiroshima City Univ. A Distributed Topic-based Pub/Sub System for Stream Data Delivery
Ryohei Banno, Susumu Takeuchi, Michiharu Takemoto, Takashi Kambayashi, Tetsuo Kawano, Masato Matsuo (NTT) IA2013-64
We propose a new method of distributed topic-based pub/sub messaging using structured overlay networks.
Supposing strea... [more]
IA2013-64
pp.41-46
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