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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
NS, IN
(Joint)
2022-03-11
10:40
Online Online Dynamic Scheduling Method Using Transmission Delay Manipulation via ACK for LoRa Wireless Network
Riki Bando, Akihiro Nakao (UTokyo) NS2021-150
LoRa, one type of LPWA, uses ALOHA for the MAC layer protocol, which causes an increase in packet collisions due to over... [more] NS2021-150
pp.164-170
SR, NS, SeMI, RCC, RCS
(Joint)
2020-07-08
16:20
Online Online Dynamic Transmission Scheduling Using Shift-Phase Manipulation in LoRa Networks
Riki Bando, Akihiro Nakao (UTokyo) NS2020-32
Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) is attracting attention as a wireless communication technology to realize low power consumpti... [more] NS2020-32
pp.7-12
NS 2019-10-10
11:10
Aichi Nagoya Institute of Technology A Method for Improving Wireless Frequency Utilization by Flattening Periodic Sensor Traffic Using Shift-Phase Manipulation
Riki Bando, Ping Du, Akihiro Nakao (UTokyo) NS2019-100
In many cases of IoT, wireless sensor sends data periodically. If accidentally traffic of some sensors have the same pha... [more] NS2019-100
pp.7-12
ASN, MoNA, IPSJ-MBL, IPSJ-UBI [detail] 2019-03-05
10:30
Tokyo The University of Tokyo, Komaba Campus Impacts of Periodical Burst Packet Loss on Streaming Applications -- Focusing on a Mobile Network in a High-Speed Train --
Shungo Kusakabe, Hiroki Watanabe, Takao Kondo, Fumio Teraoka (Keio Univ.) MoNA2018-74
We are researching high-speed Internet environment for Wi-Fi networks in high-speed trains with infrared rays. Handover ... [more] MoNA2018-74
pp.65-70
RCS, NS
(Joint)
2017-12-15
15:35
Hiroshima Aster Plaza [Encouragement Talk] A Proposal of Scheduling to Improve QoS of Periodic Flows in Wireless Multihop Sensor Networks
Anh Huy Nguyen, Yosuke Tanigawa, Hideki Tode (Osaka Prefecture Univ.) NS2017-142
Recently, the demand for wireless networks treating periodical traffic is increasing. However, this tendency causes the ... [more] NS2017-142
pp.85-90
CQ 2015-09-02
14:00
Kyoto Kyoto Institute of Technology Efficient Multi-Channel Packet Forwarding with Round-Robin Intermittent Periodic Transmit for Wireless Backhaul Systems
Kazuki Maruta, Hiroshi Furukawa (Kyushu Univ.) CQ2015-67
Round-Robin Intermittent Periodic Transmit (RR-IPT) has been proposed which achieves highly efficient multihop relays in... [more] CQ2015-67
pp.161-166
NS, CQ, ICM, NV
(Joint)
2013-11-15
13:30
Nagasaki Goto Islands A Robust Principal Component Analysis for Traffic Anomaly Detection
Takahiro Matsuda, Tatsuya Morita, Takanori Kudo, Tetsuya Takine (Osaka Univ.) NS2013-128
In this article, we consider anomaly detection schemes for traffic traces measured in multiple links of a network. Princ... [more] NS2013-128
pp.71-76
AN, MoNA, IPSJ-MBL, IPSJ-UBI
(Joint) [detail]
2012-03-12
10:20
Tokyo NICT Koganei A Study on Congestion Control for A Periodic Information Transfer System between Mobile Hosts and a Base Station
Yusuke Matsuda, Kenichi Mase (Niigata Univ) AN2011-86
Since the aging society is approaching and coming worldwide, the ratio of aged drivers will increase in the near future.... [more] AN2011-86
pp.13-17
MoNA, AN, USN
(Joint)
2012-01-19
15:35
Mie Todaya (Toba) Estimate of User's Situation Using Network Traffic
Ayumu Kakizaki, Eiji Kamioka (SIT) MoMuC2011-42
In recent years, the growth of smartphones, tablet devices and cloud services enables the users to connect the Internet ... [more] MoMuC2011-42
pp.31-36
NS, IN
(Joint)
2010-03-05
11:00
Miyazaki Miyazaki Phoenix Seagaia Resort (Miyazaki) Unsupervised Ensemble Anomaly Detection Method using Time-Periodical Packet Sampling
Shuichi Nawata, Masato Uchida (Kyushu Inst. of Tech.), Yu Gu (NEC Labs America), Masato Tsuru, Yuji Oie (Kyushu Inst. of Tech.) IN2009-198
We propose an anomaly detection method that trains a baseline model describing the normal behavior of network traffic wi... [more] IN2009-198
pp.325-330
CQ, CS
(Joint)
2009-04-16
11:15
Okinawa Okinawaken Seinen Kaikan Performance Analysis of 10 Gigabit Class PON Systems with Power-Saving Functions
Ryogo Kubo, Jun-ichi Kani, Yukihiro Fujimoto, Naoto Yoshimoto, Kiyomi Kumozaki (NTT Corp.) CS2009-2
Power saving of network systems is becoming a major issue from the viewpoint of preventing global warming and reducing t... [more] CS2009-2
pp.7-12
RCS, AN, MoNA, SR
(Joint)
2009-03-06
15:35
Kanagawa YRP Directional IPT forwarding for wireless multihop network
Kei Mitsunaga, Yukinori Higa, Hiroshi Furukawa (Kyushu University) RCS2008-263
Intermittent Periodic Transmit (IPT forwarding) is known as a packet forwarding scheme that achieves highly efficient pa... [more] RCS2008-263
pp.301-306
NS, CS, IN
(Joint)
2007-09-21
09:30
Miyagi Tohoku University A method of detecting network anomalies for periodic traffic
Shigeaki Harada, Ryoichi Kawahara, Tatsuya Mori, Noriaki Kamiyama, Hideaki Yoshino (NTT) IN2007-59
We present a method of detecting network anomalies, such as DDoS attacks and flash crowds, automatically in real time.
... [more]
IN2007-59
pp.93-98
RCS, SIP 2007-01-24
17:10
Okinawa NICT Okinawa TCP Traffic Handling in Wireless Multihop Networks Incorporating Intermittent Periodic Transmit and Packet Fowarding Path Reservation
Kazuki Maruta, Yuji Tohzaka, Yukinori Higa, Hiroshi Furukawa (Kyushu Univ.) SIP2006-136 RCS2006-194
The combination of the Intermittent Periodic Transmit (IPT forwarding) with the Path reservation enables highly efficien... [more] SIP2006-136 RCS2006-194
pp.111-116
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