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NLC 2021-02-18
Online Online Classification of disaster tweets for damage assessment, and improvement by feature analysis
Yuto Oikawa, Ptaszynski Michal, Fumito Masui (KIT) NLC2020-22
In extracting tweets useful in rescue missions during disasters, previous research have focused on extracting tweets con... [more] NLC2020-22
IN 2021-01-19
Online Online Image Evaluation Using Multiple CNNs for Filtering GAN-output Images
Kizuku Aiba, Komei Arasawa, Shun Hattori (Muroran Inst. of Tech.) IN2020-53
In recent years, AI technologies have been utilized and researched in various situations. The famous examples have Softb... [more] IN2020-53
ICSS, IPSJ-SPT 2020-03-03
Okinawa Okinawa-Ken-Seinen-Kaikan
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
A research of HTTP request and an identification method of fake User-Agent values
Masato Inoue, Masaki Hashimoto (IISEC) ICSS2019-83
Almost all websites that are open to the public are subject to scan and attack, and have received a lot of anomaly reque... [more] ICSS2019-83
NLC, IPSJ-IFAT 2019-02-07
Kyoto Ryukoku University Omiya Campus Finding Reliable Rescue Request in Disasters -- Analysis of " Rescue" Tweet in 2018 West Japan Heavy Rain Disaster --
Chenjie Song, Hiroyuki Fujishiro (Hosei Univ.) NLC2018-36
A large amount of unverified information circulating on social media has prevented it from being efficiently utilized fo... [more] NLC2018-36
SITE 2018-12-06
Tokyo   Characteristic analysis of users with strong influences on Twitter in content request prediction
Noriko Kojima, Shun-ichi Kurino (Nihon Univ.), Toshio Takahashi (JEED) SITE2018-65
In order to establish the method for making the request prediction of popular contents in future, we investigated the re... [more] SITE2018-65
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Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center An Analysis of Flash Crowd in Web Services using Network Oscillation Model
Harumasa Tada (Kyoto Univ. of Education), Masayuki Murata (Osaka Univ.), Masaki Aida (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.) CQ2017-113
We analyzed a phenomenon called flash crowd in which a Web service is flooded with a large amount of access for a short ... [more] CQ2017-113
Hiroshima Hiroshima city university Generation of Dropping Request Message by Identifying Source Addresses and Attributes of Attacking Packets
Mamoru Yogosawa, Yuki Miyaguchi, Ken Eguchi, Yuya Kishi, Tsuyoshi Ishikawa, Teruaki Tsutsumi, Kaoru Sano, Hirofumi Yamaki, Yoichiro Ueno, Hiroyuki Kimiyama, Naoki Yonezaki, Ryoichi Sasaki, Hiroshi Kobayashi (Tokyo Denki Univ.) IA2016-69
Cyber-attacks have become increasingly radicalized and sophisticated in recent years. It naturally lead us to switching ... [more] IA2016-69
Okinawa Okinawa Convention Center Characteristic analysis of flow admission control based on equality when requested bandwidth follows some distribution
Takuto Kimura, Sumiko Miyata, Katsunori Yamaoka (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) IN2010-157
Call admission control (CAC) based on equality of heterogeneous traffic has been proposed and this CAC
reduce total ca... [more]
DE 2008-12-01 Tokyo Gakushuin [Poster Presentation] Analysis of the characteristic that concomitant requests are generated on HTTP log
Kiyotaka Takasuka (University of Electro Communications), Kazutaka Maruyama (Tokyo Univ.), Minoru Terada, Yoshikatsu Tada (University of Electro Communications) DE2008-62
Browsing histories are often used to build user profiles
for browsing supports and personalizations.
But, the browsing... [more]
IA 2008-05-30
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Analysis of the Operating Status of Live E! Wide Area Sensor Network -- the Operating Status in May 2008 --
Hideya Ochiai, Akihiro Sugiyama, Yusuke Sakamoto (Tokyo Univ.), Masato Yamanouchi (Keio Univ), Hiroki Isizuka (Tokyo Denki Univ.), Satoshi Matsuura (NAIST), Hideki Sunahara (Keio Univ.), Masaya Nakayama, Hiroshi Esaki (Tokyo Univ.) IA2008-3
In this paper, we analyze Live E! wide area sensor network and clarify the functionalities and properties that are requi... [more] IA2008-3
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