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COMP, IPSJ-AL 2022-05-19
Online Online An Uniform Scattering Algorithm with d-Spacing by (d-1)-distance Visible Autonomous Mobile Robots
Syunsuke Aizu, Yonghwan Kim, Yoshiaki Katayama (NITech) COMP2022-3
Distributed autonomous mobile robot system consisting of many mobile computational entities (called robots) achieves the... [more] COMP2022-3
COMP, IPSJ-AL 2022-05-19
Online Online A Self-Stabilizing Algorithm to Construct Node Disjoint Paths between Two Senders and Targets on a Biconnected Graph
Takuma Kitaoka, Yonghwan Kim, Yoshiaki Katayama (NITech) COMP2022-4
A path is a sequence of consecutive nodes in the graph, and two paths are disjoint if the nodes included in the two path... [more] COMP2022-4
COMP 2021-12-03
Ishikawa Kanazawa Chamber of Commerce and Industry
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
On a Self-Stabilizing Algorithm for k-Flag Problem with Crash Failures
Yuta Yokoyama, Yonghwan Kim, Yoshiaki Katayama (Nitech) COMP2021-27
In developmental biology, the French Flag model is used as a cell positioning model for regeneration of defective cells.... [more] COMP2021-27
COMP 2021-10-23
Online Online On an Algorithm to form a Triangle from a Line Using Pairbot Model
Yuya Taguchi, Yonghwan Kim, Yoshiaki Katayama (NIT) COMP2021-18
In this study, we consider the pattern formation problem in the Pairbot model, which is an extended model of autonomous ... [more] COMP2021-18
COMP 2021-03-08
Online Online On an Algorithm for minimizing the number of routers in Grid Networks among Three Points
Yusuke Sawada, Yonghwan Kim, Yoshiaki Katayama (Nitech) COMP2020-28
In this paper, we consider a route optimizing problem in grid networks. A grid network is an overlay-network which can b... [more] COMP2020-28
COMP 2021-03-08
Online Online On the gathering problem for fat robots on a grid with agreement on the origin and one-axis
Kazuki Takahashi, Yonghwan Kim, Yoshiaki Katayama (Nitech) COMP2020-29
In this paper,we propose an algorithm solving a gathering problem for fat robots on a grid without the global coordinate... [more] COMP2020-29
COMP 2020-10-23
Osaka Osaka Univ.
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
On a Complete Visibility for Autonomous Mobile Robots with Lights in Asynchronous scheduler on a Grid Plane
Yuno Ishida, Yonghwan Kim, Yoshiaki Katayama (NIT) COMP2020-11
Autonomous mobile robot system is a distributed system consisting of autonomous mobile computational entities
(called r... [more]
COMP 2020-03-01
Tokyo The University of Electro-Communications
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
On a Filling Algorithm for an Autonomous Mobile Pair-Robot System in SSYNC Scheduler
Yamada Ryoto, Yonghwan Kim, Yoshiaki Katayama (Nagoya Inst. of Tech.) COMP2019-46
Autonomous mobile robot system is a distributed system consisting of autonomous mobile robots which operate in Look-Comp... [more] COMP2019-46
COMP 2019-03-18
Tokyo The University of Tokyo On a Gathering by Seven Autonomous Mobile Robots in 2D Triangular Grid Plane
Masaki Oyabu, Yonghwan Kim, Yoshiaki Katayama (NIT) COMP2018-52
In this paper, we propose a distributed algorithm to solve a gathering problem for autonomous mobile robots in a triangu... [more] COMP2018-52
COMP 2019-03-18
Tokyo The University of Tokyo On an Algorithm for Constructing a Strongly-Connected (2,2)-Directed Acyclic Graph in Biconnected Undirected Graph
Hiroki Aono, Yonghwan Kim, Yoshiaki Katayama (NIT) COMP2018-53
($s,t$)-DAG is an directed acyclic graph(DAG) that can be constructed by directing all edges on given biconnected undire... [more] COMP2018-53
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Saga Karatsu Civic Exchange Plaza A Design of Network Simulator with Step Execution and Resume Functions for Understanding Mechanism of Communication
Takemasa Kuranaga, Yuichiro Tateiwa, Yonghwan Kim, Yoshiaki Katayama (NIT), Hirokazu Hasegawa (Nagoya Univ.) IN2018-52 CNR2018-18
In network communication, understanding of the mechanism of communication, such as what kind of action is realized under... [more] IN2018-52 CNR2018-18
IA 2017-11-16
Overseas KMITL, Bangkok, Thailand A Proposal of Dynamic Access Control with SDN for Practical Network Separation
Satoki Nakamura (NIT), Hirokazu Hasegawa (Nagoya Univ.), Yuichiro Tateiwa (NIT), Hiroki Takakura (NII), Yonghwan KIM, Yoshiaki Katayama (NIT) IA2017-45
As one of effective countermeasures against recent sophisticated cyber attacks, many researches have paid attention to n... [more] IA2017-45
Okinawa OKINAWA ZANPAMISAKI ROYAL HOTEL An Implementation of a Router Monitoring System and an Application to a Network Topology Estimation Module in Network Construction Exercise
Yuta Murakami, Yonghwan Kim, Yuichiro Tateiwa, Yoshiaki Katayama, Naohisa Takahashi (NITech) NS2016-197
In network construction exercise that students configure routers through its consoles, a teacher manages the progress of... [more] NS2016-197
COMP 2016-04-22
Nara   Gathering Algorithm for Distributed Mobile Robots with Lights
Satoshi Terai (Hosei Univ.), Koichi Wada (Hosei Univ), Yoshiaki Katayama (NIT) COMP2016-3
We study a gathering problem for n robots that move on a two dimensional plane. Robots are autonomous, anonymous, and ha... [more] COMP2016-3
COMP, IPSJ-AL 2015-06-13
Hokkaido   On a Self-Stabilizing Algorithm for constructing a (1, 1)-Maximal Directed Acyclic Graph Using st-ordering
Haruka Ono, Yoshiaki Katayama (NIT), Toshimitsu Masuzawa (OU) COMP2015-12
We propose a new network structure (s, t)-Maximal DAG and a self-stabilizing algorithm for constructing (1, 1)-Maximal D... [more] COMP2015-12
COMP 2015-03-09
Kyoto Ritsumeikan University On a Gathering Problem for Large size Fat Robots in a Grid
Yoshinobu Ito, Yoshiaki Katayama (NIT), Koichi Wada (Hosei) COMP2014-42
 [more] COMP2014-42
COMP 2015-03-09
Kyoto Ritsumeikan University On a 2-approximation Self-stabilizing Algorithm for the Maximum Leaf Spanning Tree
Keisuke Okamoto, Yoshiaki Katayama (NIT) COMP2014-50
The maximum leaf spanning tree (MLST) is a spanning tree that has the largest possible number of leaves among all spanni... [more] COMP2014-50
COMP 2014-12-05
Kumamoto Sojo University On a Gathering Protocol for Five Fat Robots
Takuya Hirano, Yoshiaki Katayama (NITech), Koichi Wada (HOSEI Univ.) COMP2014-37
In this paper, we propose a protocol for gathering problem with five mobile fat robots. Robots are anonymous, have no co... [more] COMP2014-37
COMP, IPSJ-AL 2014-06-13
Ehime Matsuyama, Ehime A Gathering Problem for Mobile Fat Robots in a Grid without the Global Coodinate System
Yoshinobu Ito, Yoshiaki Katayama (Nagoya Inst. of Tech.), Koichi Wada (hosei Univ.) COMP2014-10
 [more] COMP2014-10
COMP, IPSJ-AL 2011-09-06
Hokkaido Hakodate City Central Library On A DAG Constructing Self-stabilizing Protocol for GeoCast in MANET
Koichi Ito, Yoshiaki Katayama, Koichi Wada, Naohisa Takahashi (Nitech) COMP2011-23
Geocasting is a mechanism to deliver messages of interest to all hosts within a given geographical region. GeoTORA is on... [more] COMP2011-23
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